As part of the Open Science programme, on November 21 and 22, 2019, a Student Scientific Conference took place presenting results of students’ study stays. FZU visiting students have been successful three times.
The international conference addressed the latest findings related to the behaviour of very small systems of tens and hundreds of nanometers
The Meeting comprised of 27 talks and 19 poster presentations from academia and industry and covered a broad spectrum of topics ranging from technology, fundamentals, device design, modelling, advanced characterization, to end-user products.
The works presented results of basic research of diamond material with potential application in wastewater treatment and the detection of pollutants in water or in the atmosphere.
Czech scientists were awarded during the 9th International Conference on Nanomaterials – Nanocon 2017 in Brno.
Václav Petříček has been awarded for his contribution to the practical application of the theory of aperiodic structures in his computing system JANA. The Max Perutz Prize is one of two highest appreciation in the field of crystallography. Currently, almost every modulated structure is solved with JANA, and the program gets about 300 citations per year.
Results of silicon thin films research achieved in the Institute of Physics awarded by the Mott lecture
The results of long term research of silicon thin films achieved in the Institute of Physics have been recognized by invitation of RNDr. Jan Kočka, DrSc., head of the Department of Thin Films and Nanostructures of the Institute of Physics, to deliver the plenary “Mott lecture” at the 24th International Conference on Amorphous and Nanocrystalline Semiconductors.