Michal Vališka:Superconducting and normal state properties of nearly ferromagnetic UTe2 under hydrostatic pressure and high magnetic field
Begin: 19.02.2020, 14:10
Location: lecture room F2, first floor Ke Karlovu 5

Ilja Turek: Methods of electron transport in the theory of spin stiffness
Begin: 20.02.2020, 13:00
Location: Thursday 20.02.2020 at 13:00, Ke Karlovu 5, Praha 2 in Seminar room F052

Andrea Severing: Dual nature of 5f electrons in URu2Si2 and isostructural compounds: from antiferro- to Pauli paramagnetism via the hidden order
Begin: 11.03.2020, 14:10
Location: lecture room F2, first floor Ke Karlovu 5

RNDr. Jiří Pospíšil, PhD.

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Education and scientific and pedagogical titles

  • 1997-2001: Secondary Industrial School of Chemistry Pardubice
  • 1991-2006: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science, Inorganic Chemistry
  • 2006-2011: Ph.D. studies Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, field of Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Research, dissertation on the topic: "Properties and structure of electrons of selected impurities on lanthanide and uranium compounds
  • 2006-2014 teacher and yound scietific assistant in the Department of Condensed Matter Physics, MFF UK

Stages at foriegn institutuions

  • 2009: ILL / ESRF / CNRS / CEA Grenoble (2 months, HERCULES course)
  • 2010: 6-month stay at the National Institute of Material Science (NIMS) Tsukuba, Japan
  • 2014-2017: Postdoc, Japan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) Tokai, Japan

Area of interest

Technology of the preparation of materials based on metals and oxides, including uranium materials; growth of single crystals by many methods; characterization of materials - X-ray diffraction, SEM; measurement of physical properties - magnetization, electrical resistance, specific heat in high magnetic fields, high pressure and low temperatures; experience with ultrahighvacuum devices, construction of new equipments for preparation of new materials


  • Physical Practice II
  • Physical Practice IV
  • Chemistry for physicists
  • Growth of single crystals

Talks in international conferences

  • MMM 2008, USA, Austin: Ferromagnetism in UCoGe stabilized by transition metal doping
  • ACTINIDES 2009, USA, San Francisco: Magnetism and superconductivity in UCoGe doped by transition metals
  • JPS Meeting 2015, Japan, Tokyo: Evolution of ferromagnetism in Ru doped UCoGe studied by PND and XMCD
  • JPS Meeting 2016, Japan, Kanazawa: Quantum criticality in URhGe – UIrGe system
  • JPS Meeting 2017, Japan, Osaka: Magnetic phenomena in UCoGe – URhGe system
  • SCTE 2018 (invited), Austria, Wien: Two different paramagnetic regimes in the U(Co,Rh)Ge compounds above Tc.
  • J-Physics Meeting (invited), Japan, Awaji: Magnetism throughout the UCoGe-URhGe-UIrGe system studied on alloy single crystals

Reserch project solutions

  • GACR - P204-12-P418: The Interference of Superconductivity and Magnetism in Ternary Uranium Compounds
  • GACR - submitted new project for 2019-2021: Complex magnetic phase diagrams of 5f-electron antiferromagnets - the issues of dimensionality and tricriticality

Membership in communes

  • Member of the Japanese Physical Society

Collaboration with foreign institutions and partners

  • NIMS, Tsukuba, Japan
  • JAEA, Tokai, Japan
  • JAEA, Oarai, Japan
  • Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
  • Spring-8, Japan
  • University of Tokyo, Kashiwa, Japan
  • ILL, Grenoble, France
  • HZB, Berlin; Germany
  • LLB, Saclay, France

Other activities and interests

  • Cycling,
  • skiing,
  • tourism,
  • mineralogy

Other publishing activities