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Chemistry educator

Vladimir Edmund Bondybey, Czech, American chemistry educator. Fellow American Physical Society; Member American Chemical Society, Optical Society of America (chairman spectroscopy group), Deutsche Bunsengesellschaft für Physical Chemie.

Background

Bondybey, Vladimir Edmund was born on January 4, 1940 in Prague, Czech Republic. Son of Edmund T. and Marie (Kovarikova) Bondybey.

Education

Student, Charles University, Prague, 1965. Master of Science, Charles University, 1968. Bachelor of Science, University Rostock, Germany, 1966.

Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Berkeley, 1972.

Career

Assistant professor, Charles U., 1966-1969; postdoctoral fellow, Oregon State University, 1972-1973; member technical staff, American Telephone & Telegraph Company Bell Labs, Murray Hill, New Jersey, 1973-1986; professor of chemistry, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1986-1992; professor of chemistry, Technology U. Munich, since 1988. Chairman Gordon Confs. on matrix isolation. Professor invité U. Paris, 1993.

Miller professor University of California, Berkeley, 1997-1998. Adjunct Professor University of California, Irvine, since 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor book on molecular ions. Contributor over 300 articles to professional journals. Member editorial board Chemical Physics Letters, Journal Chemical Physics, Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics, PCCP, Low Temperature Physics and Molecular Physics.

      Patentee in field.

Membership

Fellow American Physical Society. Member American Chemical Society, Optical Society of America (chairman spectroscopy group), Deutsche Bunsengesellschaft für Physical Chemie.

Connections

Married Dinny Burian, June 29, 1966. Children: Renée Marie, Andrea Lynn, Frances Caroline.

father:
Edmund T. Bondybey

mother:
Marie (Kovarikova) Bondybey

spouse:
Dinny Burian

children:
Andrea Lynn Bondybey

Renée Marie Bondybey

Frances Caroline Bondybey