Important information regarding the projects

Possibility of monitoring the state of drawing budget on the project, information on project contracts, etc.

Administration of projects of the Science and Research Department FS UP

The Department of Science and Research (S&R) supports submitting projects at the Faculty of Science UP. It provides consultations and ensures administration associated with the project within the UP records. In case of any questions or doubts, do not hesitate to contact the staff who will gladly help with the agenda.

I. Project submission administration

If the project proponent is from the Faculty of Science (FS), the submission of the project to the provider (GA CR, TA CR, ministries, etc.) must be done through the Department of S&R of the Faculty of Science. If an employee of the FS is a co-proponent and the project is submitted by another organization (institution, company), it is necessary to inform the S&R Department about this fact.

II. Procedure after obtaining the project

  1. The S&R Department should be informed that the project has been supported.
  2. Before being signed by the Rector or Vice-Rector, all project contracts (provider/grant, co-investigator, consortium contracts, amendments etc.) must pass through the S&R Department, which will ensure these signatures.
  3. Both yellow and pink request forms (in Czech) have to be submitted to sign the project contract.
  4. The final version of the contract (i.e. the contract signed by all participants) has to be immediately handed over to the S&R Department, which will ensure the insertion of the contract or amendment into CES – Central record of UP contracts (in Czech), and will inform the submitter of the contract about the insertion into CES. After inserting the contract into CES (in accordance with the wording of the request form), the contract is published in the Register of Contracts of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic (in Czech), from where the submitter of the contract is notified by e-mail of the date of publication in this register. The same applies to amendments to contracts.
  5. S&R Department points out that the contracts take effect on the date of their publication in the Register of Contracts.
  6. Registration of the contract (contracts and amendmens to projects) in CES is the responsibility of the faculty employee, key user – Mgr. Silvie Šavrňáková, in case of questions, contact by e-mail at or by phone at +420 585 634 011.
  7. General rules and a binding procedure for keeping records of contracts (and amendments) at UP are regulated by the UP Rector's Directive B3-17/5-SR (in Czech).
  8. The originals of contracts and amendments are sent by the S&R Department for archiving to the Legal Office of the UP Rectorate.
  9. According to the Contracts Register Act, the deadline for sending the contract to the Register of Contracts is a maximum of 30 days from the conclusion of the contract, i.e. from the later date specified next to the signature in the contract. Furthermore, if the contract or amendment is not published in the Register of Contracts no later than three months from the date of the last signature, the contract or amendment shall cease to be valid. Sanctions on the part of the provider may also result.

Project team

Vice-Dean for Science and Research
prof. RNDr. Karel Lemr, Ph.D.
585 634 415

  • organizing Scholarly Board meetings
  • proceedings to grand associate or full professorship
  • appointing members of committees and opponents for rigorous proceedings
  • FRUP and IGA institutional grants
  • supporting participation of faculty workplaces in grant competitions

Prof. RNDr. Karel Lemr, Ph.D. (*1963), graduated from the Faculty of Science, Palacký University, where he majored in Analytical Chemistry. He was appointed Associate Professor in 1998 and Professor in 2003.

After completing his studies, he worked at the department of quality of Farmak Olomouc, then as a researcher at the Research Institute for Pharmacy and Biochemistry, its experimental pilot operation in Olomouc. In December 1992 he returned to the Department of Analytical Chemistry, where he has been studying mass spectrometry and separation methods. The research includes study of the basic processes influencing chemical analysis by these methods, the development of an original ion source for surface analysis and a number of applications, for example from the field of toxicological analysis. He is the co-author of more than 130 professional publications that have been cited more than 1,900 times. He is the Hanuš Medal alumni awarded by the Czech Chemical Society.

As an administrator and co-administrator he has participated in a number of research projects. His teaching activities include lectures and seminars focused on the basics of Analytical Chemistry, separation methods and mass spectrometry. Under his leadership, eight bachelor, 27 diploma and seven dissertation papers have been defended.

Professor Lemr is a member of the Permanent Committee for Doctoral Dissertation Defense (DrSc.), the panel and the field committee of the GAČR, the Committee of the Doctoral Study Programme of Chemistry and Food Technology at the Institute of Chemical Technology, and the Chair of the Doctoral Committee of the Doctoral Study of Analytical Chemistry at the Faculty of Science, UP. He was a member of the Expert Committee on the Inherent Science and Engineering of the Council for Research, Development and Innovation, the Council of the Institute of Analytical Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, or the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Science, UP. He is a member of Czech and foreign expert societies.

He is married, has four children and two grandchildren, his son also works at the Faculty of Science. In his spare time, he likes to play hockey, tennis, or read some non-fiction or a good detective novel.

Bc. Barbora Krudencová
Science and Research Officer
+420 585 634 155

Scholarly Board, proceedings to grant associate of full professorship, Dean's award, Rector's Honorary Mention, editorial activity