Department of Fluid Phase Separations



Former members
  • RNDr. Martin Beran Ph.D.
  • Ing. Vratislav Košťál, Ph.D.
  • Ing. Jaroslav Pól, Ph.D.
  • Olga Smolová
  • Ing. Elena Varaďová Ostrá
  • Mgr. Marie Tesařová Ph.D.

Exploring the world of

  • Theory, methodology and development of miniaturized analytical separation methods
  • Divergent flow IEF
  • Application of near- and supercritical water for surface modifications of fused silica capillaries and glass substrates for chips
  • Column technology for CLC – synthesis of monolithic columns for proteomic purposes
  • Automatization of electroseparation methods - CE, CEC and CIEF
  • Modification of fused silica capillaries for electrophoretic separations of unicellular organisms
  • Detection techniques for electroseparation methods (LIF, MS)
  • Extractions of plant materials with compressed fluids



Current grants

  • Czech Science Foundation 19-00742S, (2019-2021) Supercritical water to treat fused silica capillaries: advanced etching techniques and refined applications. - doc. RNDr. Michal Roth, CSc.

  • Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic VI20172020069, (2017-2020/21) Development of modern instrumental methods for rapid detection and identifiction of selected B-agents and toxins – Ing. Marie Horká, CSc., Státní ústav jaderné, chemické a biologické ochrany, v.v.i., MU Brno

  • Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic VI04000062, (2021-2022) Miniaturization of liquid chromatograph – extension of application range for detection and assessment of dangerous substances in conditions of mobile laboratory. - Ing. Jozef Šesták, Ph.D.