Vítězslav Jarý won the first prize in the H. Becquerel competition which aims to stimulate Czech PhD students and to recognize their successful research activity in the development of utilization of nuclear energy.
Czech physicists contributed to the discovery of the relativistic magnetic resonance in an electronic nanodevice
The discovery is a result of a longstanding fruitful collaboration of scientists from the Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and laboratories in Cambridge and Nottingham in the UK.
CERN starts to produce relevant physics results. In heavy-ion collisions physicists managed to evocate situation which is often popularly called Little Big Bang.
The team has engaged recently discovered quantum-relativistic phenomena for both spin manipulation and detection to realize the spin transistor and to demonstrate spin-logic operation.
A new particle accelerator LHC in a short period contributes to several important milestones.
The research proved that fully crystalline nanodiamonds can be stable down to ~ 1 nm despite some theoretical predictions. This opens a range of possibilities for studying quantum phenomena in the diamond.
Scientists from the Institute of Physics developed a unique way how to protect the surface of zirconium alloys used in nuclear reactors
Department of Functional Materials designed and successfully applied protection of zirconium alloy surface using a layer of chemically vapour deposited polycrystalline diamond.