About employee

Vinko Nemec, dr. sc.

Title: Postdoctoral student
Location: 107
Public phone number:+385 1 4606 379
Internal phone number:6379
E-mail: E-mail
Department: Division of General and Inorganic Chemistry
Graduation year:2013
PhD graduation year:2019
Employed in this institution since:2014

Teaching duties

university undergraduate

university graduate

Biography

Education at Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb: Diploma thesis (Chemistry, 2013).

Affiliation and current position: Division of Inorganic Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb: postdoctoral researcher (2020–).

Teaching: Undergraduate (seminars and laboratory work: General and Inorganic Chemistry) and graduate studies (seminars: Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms, Chemistry of Molecular Solids, Metal and Ligand Reactivity)

Research interest: crystallography, cocrystallization, mechanochemistry, hydrogen and halogen bonding

Scientific papers: co-author of 14 scientific papers indexed in the Current Contents database.

Awards and recognitions and memberships: 

2018 - Young Scientist Award of the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb

2017 - "Brdo 2017." for the best assistant at the Department of Chemistry, awarded by the Student Association of the Faculty of Science

2016 - "Brdo 2016." for the best assistant at the Department of Chemistry, awarded by the Student Association of the Faculty of Science 

2013 - Medal for academic excellence awarded by the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb

Participation in research projects: 

Associate researcher on the project New building blocks for the supramolecular design of complex multi-component molecular crystals based on halogen bonds (financed by the Croatian Science Foundation, 2020– )

Associate researcher on the project Crystal engineering of multicomponent halogen bonded metal-organic materials: towards supramolecular control over structure and properties (financed by the Croatian Science Foundation, 2015–2019)

Published papers recorded in the Croatian Scientific Bibliography Database (CROSBI)

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List of select publications

1. V. Nemec, T. Vitasović and D. Cinčić, Halogen-bonded cocrystals of donepezil with perfluorinated diiodobenzenes, CrystEngComm 22 (2020) 5573–5577.

2. V. Nemec, K. Lisac, M. Liović, I. Brekalo and D. Cinčić, Exploring the Halogen-Bonded Cocrystallization Potential of a Metal-Organic Unit Derived from Copper(II) Chloride and 4-Aminoacetophenone, Materials 13 (2020) article 2385.

3. V. Nemec, T. Piteša, T. Friščić and D. Cinčić, The Morpholinyl Oxygen Atom as an Acceptor Site for Halogen-Bonded Cocrystallization of Organic and Metal-Organic Units, Cryst. Growth Des. 20 (2020) 3617–3624.

4. K. Lisac, V. Nemec, F. Topić, M. Arhangelskis, P. Hindle, R. Tran, I. Huskić, A. J. Morris, T. Friščić and D. Cinčić, Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Structures, Stoichiometric Diversity, and Bench Stability of Cocrystals with a Volatile Halogen Bond Donor, Cryst. Growth Des. 18 (2018), 2387–2396.

5. V. Stilinović, G. Horvat, T. Hrenar, V. Nemec and D. Cinčić, Halogen and Hydrogen Bonding between (N‐Halogeno)‐succinimides and Pyridine Derivatives in Solution, the Solid State and In Silico, Chem. Eur. J. 22 (2017), 5244–5257.

List of select projects

2020. – , researcher on the project "New building blocks for the supramolecular design of complex multi-component molecular crystals based on halogen bonds" funded by the Croatian Science Foundation

2015. – 2020., researcher on the project "Crystal engineering of multicomponent halogen bonded metal-organic materials: towards supramolecular control over structure and properties" funded by the Croatian Science Foundation