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Magnetic nanomaterials -- Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Laboratory of synthesis and chemical analysis (2402)
Multifunctional properties of intermetallic alloys based on Ni-Mn-Sn Jiří Kaštil Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Magnetic lab (2404), Physics at extreme conditions (2403)
Novel nanosized and low-dimensional iron oxides – modifications with regards to potential applications kubaniova Department of Magnetic Measurements and Materials (11), Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Joint Laboratory of Low Temperature (1103), Laboratory of synthesis and chemical analysis (2402)
Perovskite multiferroics kubaniova Department of Magnetic Measurements and Materials (11), Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Department of Optical Materials (27), Joint Laboratory of Low Temperature (1103), Skupina magnetických rezonančních spektroskopií (2706), Laboratory of synthesis and chemical analysis (2402)
Spin transitions of Co<sup>3+</sup> RNDr. Karel Knížek, Dr. Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Laboratory of theory and computational instruments (2407), Laboratory of thermoelectrics (2406)
Thermoelectric effect Ing. Jiří Hejtmánek, CSc. Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Laboratory of thermoelectrics (2406)
Magnetocaloric effects in intermetallic compounds with first order transitions Mgr. Michal Šindler, Ph.D. Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Magnetic lab (2404), Physics at extreme conditions (2403)
Novel magnetic phenomena induced by high pressures -- Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Magnetic lab (2404), Physics at extreme conditions (2403)
Electronic structure Ing. Pavel Novák, CSc., DSc. Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Laboratory of theory and computational instruments (2407)
Dynamical processes in superconductors Mgr. Michal Šindler, Ph.D. Department of Magnetics and Superconductors (24), Laboratory of FIRM (2401)