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Volodymyr Buturlim: U-based hydrides and their magnetism
Begin: 29.11.2017, 14:30
Location: lecture room F2, first floor Ke Karlovu 5

Hiroshi Yasuoka: Emergent Weyl fermion excitations in Tap and NbP explored by 93Nb NMR and 181Ta NQR
Begin: 06.12.2017, 14:30
Location: lecture room F2, first floor Ke Karlovu 5

Doc. Pavel Javorský, Dr.

Room
F 113, 1. patro, Ke Karlovu 5
Phone
+420  22191 1353
Fax
+420  22491 1061
E-mail
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Teaching
OFY 025 - Fyzika IV

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

  • born 26 December 1967 in Prague

    Education and scientific-pedagogical titles

    1986 - 1992: Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University in Prague, thesis "Study of heat capacity of the compounds of structure CeCu2";
    1992 - 1997: PhD student at Charles University; dissertation "The magnetic behavior of compounds RNiAl and RCuAl", the title of Dr.
    from 10.01 1997: Lecturer at MFF UK
    from 01.07 2004: Associate Professor at MFF UK; thesis "Magnetic structures in intermetallic compounds of rare earth and actinide".

    Longer study and working abroad

    1992/93 - 6 months at the TU Wien (Institute for Experimental Physics)
    1994/95 - 12 months in the Centre d'É tudes Nucleaires de Grenoble
    1997-2 months at the Institute for Transuranium Elements, Karlsruhe
    2002/03 to 2 years at the Institute for Transuranium Elements, Karlsruhe

    Membership in societies

    Since 1990 - Member of the Union of Czechoslovak Mathematicians and Physicists

    Main research interests

    magnetism of intermetallic compounds of rare earth and uranium compounds
    study of crystal field
    Neutron diffraction, thermal capacity

    Expertise

    determination of magnetic structures by neutron diffraction
    Crystal field studies using neutron scattering and heat capacity
    sample preparation in an arc furnace, a modified Czochralski method in trojobloukové furnace, Analysis of X-ray (powder samples, single crystals)
    Measurement and analysis of heat capacity, magnetization, electrical resistivity

    Language skills

    fluent in English and German, some Russian, Polish and French

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