prof. RNDr.

Radim Chmelík

Ph.D.

FME, IPE DOPM – Professor

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Radim.Chmelik@vut.cz

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prof. RNDr. Radim Chmelík, Ph.D.

Curriculum vitae

Education and academic qualification

  • 1989, RNDr., Faculty of Science, UJEP Brno, Solid State Physics
  • 1997, Ph.D., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, BUT, Physical and Material Engineering
  • 2002, Associate Professor, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering BUT, Applied Physics
  • 2012, Professor, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering BUT, Applied Physics

Career overview

  • 1989-1993, Specialist, Institute of Scientific Instruments CAS, Brno
  • 1993-2002, Assistant Professor, Institute of Physical Engineering, FME BUT
  • 2002-2012, Associate Professor, Institute of Physical Engineering, FME BUT
  • 2012-present, Professor, Institute of Physical Engineering, FME BUT

Scientific activities

  • incoherent holographic microscopy (hiQPI)
  • quantitative phase imaging (QPI)
  • microscopy of three-dimensional objects
  • microscopy in turbid media
  • applications of holographic microscopy in living-cell biology
  • experimental biophotonics

Non-University activities

  • 2003-present, member of the doctoral-study board "Applied physics", Faculty of Science UP Olomouc
  • 2005-2006, external member of the Scientific board of ISI AS CR Brno
  • 2007-present, external member of the Council of ISI AS CR Brno
  • 2007-present, member of the doctoral-study board "Optics and optoelectronics", Faculty of Science UP Olomouc
  • 2010-present, member of OSA, SPIE
  • 2018-present, member of the Academy Assembly of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Prizing by scientific community

  • 2013, Werner von Siemens Excellence Award 2013, in category The most important result of development / innovation
  • 2013, 1st place in Cooperation of the Year competition (AFI, AmCham, TACR)
  • 2016, Czech Brains award in the Kapsch Invention Prize category: Invention of Coherence-Controlled Holographic Microscope.
     

Projects

  • Image reconstruction of three-dimensional objects by the methods of the holographic confocal microscopy (GACR 202/04/410, 2004-2006)
  • Validation of digital holographic microscope in investigations of living
    cell dynamics & completion of new multifunctional instrument (GACR 202/08/0590, 2008-2010)
  • Anorganic nanomaterials and nanostructures (MSMT, 2005-2012)
  • Multimodal holographic microscope (TIP MIT FR-TI4/660, 2012-2014)
  • Center of digital optics (Centers of competence TACR TE01020229, 2012-2019)
  • Advances in incoherent holographic microscopy using photonic modeling and principles of singular optics (GACR SP 15-14612S, 2015-2017)

Sum of citations (without self-citations) indexed within SCOPUS

254

Sum of citations (without self-citations) indexed within ISI Web of Knowledge

345