prof. RNDr. Petr Heřman, CSc.


Affiliation:  Institute of Physics, Ke Karlovu 5
Room:  F277
Phone:  +420 221 911 461
Fax:  +420 224 922 797
E-mail:  herman (at) karlov.mff.cuni.cz

Curiculum vitae:

  • 1984 – MSc. in Biophysics – Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
  • 1984 – RNDr. (rerum naturalium doctor) degree – Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
  • 1991 – PhD. – Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
  • 2002 – Associate Professor – Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
  • 2004-2012 – Scientific secretary – Institute of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
  • 2012-on – Deputy director – Institute of Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University
  • 2015 – Full Professor – Faculty of Mathematics and Physics

Stays:
  • 1991-1993 – University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA
  • 1994 – University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA
  • 1998-2001 – University of Maryland at Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • 2005 – NATO Senior research fellow, Institute of Protein Biochemistry, CNR., Naples, Italy
  • 2007 – University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, USA

Professional Activities:

Bibliography:      Publons               Scopus        Research Gate

Patents:

  • 1998 – Herman, P. and J. Vecer – Způsob určení spektrálního složení elektromagnetického záření a zařízení k jeho provádění – CZ 284282
  • 2001 – Herman, P. and J. Vecer – Způsob určení spektrálního složení elektromagnetického záření a zařízení k jeho prováděn – CZ 288303
  • 2002 – Herman, P. and J. Vecer – Method and device for the spectral analysis of light – US 6,373,569
  • 2003 – Herman, P. and J. Vecer – Method and device for the spectral analysis of light – US 6,646,743
  • 2004 – Vecer, J. and P. Herman – Method and device for the spectral analysis of light – US 6,721,050
  • 2006 – Vecer, J. and P. Herman – Způsob určení barvy světla – CZ 297523

Fields of interest and research experience:

  • Biopolymers – interactions, energetics, structure-function relations
  • Biological membranes – lateral organization, adaptation
  • Self-organization of cellular components
  • Fluorescence sensing
  • Advanced spectroscopy and imaging techniques
  • Biomedical applications of fluorescence spectroscopy