The University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague established the Dagmar Procházková Fund to support scientific projects of academic workers with international experience from whom it can be expected that they will continue their professional career at UCT Prague.
The Fund is named after Ing. Dagmar Procházková, CSc., who graduated from the Faculty of Chemical Technology in Inorganic Chemistry, and from the Faculty of Chemical Engineering in Technical Cybernetics; the Fund is established from financial resources donated from her estate.
- Two 3-year projects can be supported in 2023
- Financial support provided from the Fund per project will be 2 000 000 CZK per year
- Implementation of the project shall start no later than 1 February 2024
- The deadline for the proposal submission is on 15 June 2023 at 15:00 CET
- The result of the proposals evaluation will be announced by 31 October 2023
- all related documents (Announcement of a competition in 2023 and Rules of the Fund and Principles/Rules of the Competition) are listed below (English version of the current Rules of the Fund under preparation, will be provided as soon as possible).
- Application for the starting grant (supplement to annoucement)
In the course of proposal preparation we highly recommend contacting the head of the department considered for the project implementation in advance.
in written form (decisive version) to
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
166 28 Prague 6
(envelop labeled “FDP Competition”)
At the same time, an electronic version of the Application in pdf format must be submitted to
Support from FDP for 2023
Support was granted to project by Martina Pitínová – Preparation and characterization of single-atom metal catalysts using 2D materials as the supports and their utilization in hydroformylations
Support was granted to project by Vít Svoboda – Probing Chiral Dynamics on Femtosecond Timescales
Starting Grant Award in 2022
Starting grant was awarded to Ing. Jiří Tůma, Ph.D. to implement the project entitled SALSA – Spiropyran Assisted Light-Stimulated Analysis of D-amino acids.
Starting Grant Award in 2021
Starting grant was awarded to Jan Holub, Ph.D. to implement the project entitled Supramolecular grids: Versatile scaffold for multivalency studies and surface engineering.
Starting Grant Award in 2020
Starting grant was awarded to Mgr. et Mgr. Pavla Perlíková, Ph.D. to implement the project entitled Development of actin-targeting compounds with anti-metastatic effect.
Starting grant was awarded to Ing. Petr Kovaříček, Ph.D. to implement the project entitled Reaction networks and self-assembly for organic electronics.
Starting Grant Award in 2019
Starting grant was awarded to RNDr. Ivan Řehoř, Ph.D. to implement the project entitled Locomoting soft microrobots