Tomáš Jungwirth: Antiferromagnetic spintronics: From memories to topological phenomena, neuromorphics, and ultra-fast optics
Begin: 07.10.2020, 14:10
Location: lecture room F2, first floor Ke Karlovu 5

Daniel Braithwaite: UTe2: Excitement along the road of heavy fermion superconductivity
Begin: 14.10.2020, 14:10
Location: via ZOOM - link: tba

Jan Honolka: Magnetic order in 2D systems: example of RKKY-coupled Co spins on WS2 monolayers
Begin: 21.10.2020, 14:10
Location: lecture room F2, first floor Ke Karlovu 5

The success of the scheme include clarification of the development of magnetism in complex intermetallic compounds of uranium (80’s) or the discovery of a share on understanding the causes of the so-called giant magnetoresistance in some ternary compounds (90’s).
The department currently has magnetic properties of a broad base of experimental techniques for the study of magnetic, transport and thermodynamic effects of temperatures below 1 K, even in high magnetic fields up to 20 T . The research is based on technological base allowing refining of metals, metal single crystal growth or high-pressure synthesis of hydrides. Experimental techniques are complemented by modern methods of electronic structure calculations, which include fully relativistic effects, spin and orbital polarization. A deeper understanding of the observation of phenomena and to some extent predict material-specific properties.
A number of experimental methods, which are not available in Prague, such as sources of synchrotron radiation, neutrons, high magnetic fields, is used by international consortia and cooperation (ESRF Grenoble, ILL Grenoble, NHMFL Tallahassee / Los Alamos). Materials containing transuranium elements Np, Pu, Am are studied at the European Institute for Transuranium Elements in Karlsruhe.
These extensive capabilities are recently becoming more focused on the so-called functional materials and phenomena such as giant magnetocaloric effect observed in some magnetic materials, is being used in cryogenics, in organic cooling ap.

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Staff and Students: 

Head of Group:  Prof. RNDrVladimír SechovskýDrSc.


Teachers: Doc. RNDr. Martin DivišCSc.
  Prof. Pavel Javorský, Dr.
  RNDr. Jiří Pospíšil, Ph.D. 
  RNDrJiří PrchalPh.D.
  RNDr. Jan Prokleška, PhD.
  Prof. RNDrVladimír SechovskýDrSc.
  Doc. RNDrPavel SvobodaCSc.
  RNDr. Klára Uhlířová, Ph.D. 
  RNDrSilvie Černá, Ph.D. (dříve Mašková)
Researchers: David Filipe Coelho de Almeida Aurélio (TSuNAMI)
  RNDr. Petr Čermák, Ph.D.
  Dr. Ross H. Colman
  Dr. Jeroen Custers
  Doc. RNDrLadislav HavelaCSc.
  Shankar Khanal (TSuNAMI)
  RNDr. Milan Klicpera, Ph.D.
  RNDr. Marie Hrůzová Kratochvílová, Ph.D.
  Doc. RNDr. Jana Kalbáčová Vejpravová, Ph.D. (Vedoucí projektu TSuNAMI)
  RNDr. Michal Vališka, Ph.D.
  Vaibhav T. Varade (TSuNAMI)
  Dr. Timotheus G. A. Verhagen (TSuNAMI)
Ph.D.: Mgr. Petr Doležal
  Akinari Kohriki
  Oleksandra Koloskova
  M.Sc. Mahsa Namvari
  Mgr. Petr Opletal
  Mgr. Kristina  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  Mgr. Volodymyr  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  Ing. Martin Žáček
  Bc. Petr Proschek
Students Anežka Bendová
  Kristýna Drastichová
  Bc. Petr Král 
  Zuzana Mičková 
  Bc. Daniel Staško 
  František Zajíc