Physicists into Schools


Would you like to energize your school’s physics lessons? Or are you just curious about the current experiments and measurements in physics? Scientists and science communicators from the Institute of Physics are ready to visit your school and present current research topics to your students.


We offer lectures on these topics:

  • Accelerators in Particle Physics
  • Astronomy
  • CERN
  • Cosmology
  • Energetics
  • How to design a spaceship structure?
  • How to make a Vacuum?
  • Lasers All around Us
  • Nitrogen – a Small but Powerful Atom
  • Optics & Lasers
  • Particle Physics and the Beginning of the Universe
  • Photovoltaics
  • Plasma and its Usage
  • Positrons around Us
  • Quantum Entanglement
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Semiconductors are Not Just Made of Silicon
  • The Higgs Boson
  • The Mysteries of Light's Interaction with the Atmosphere
  • The Principle of LED
  • What Happens at Low Temperatures?
  • Wrong Physics in Movies

All the lectures are made simple. The goal is to spark the students’ interest and to show them that physics is not just a corpus of principles written in textbooks but a living branch of science with open questions and problems.

The lectures are suitable for all types of high schools.

Please fill in the form below and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as possible.



David Hlaváček, hlavacek [at] fzu [dot] cz
Pavla Federičováfedericova [at] fzu [dot] cz (federicova[at]fzu[dot]cz)