Has significantly contributed to clarifying the mechanism of superconductivity in the boron-doped diamond. He also reopened the problem of relativistic transformation of temperature, which plays a decisive role in the relativistic physics of thermal phenomena and in cosmology.
The Otto Wichterle Award is a prestigious honour coming with a financial reward which has been awarded to excellent young scientists by the Czech Academy of Sciences since 2002
Mrs. Hana Lísalová among the First Scientists to Become the Laureates of the Premium for Prospective Researchers
The Lumina Quaeruntur Premium seeks to fill the gap between junior grants and the programs intended for established scientists
Award for a research of biofilm formation - attachment and growth of bacteria monitored by real-time ATR-IR spectroscopy
Pavla Štenclová, Ph.D.,received the Austin Barnes´ Prize for the best poster. The presented results were obtained during the research stay at the University of Ulm.
Already more than a decade ago, Dr Jaromír Chalupský recognized and used the potential of ablation imprint methods for this purpose. He managed to develop these methods in such an extent that he went far beyond the initial goal of the precise and reliable determination of the area of beams in a focus
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2018 for Gerard Mourou, one of the idea fathers of Extreme Light Infrastructure project
The prize is divided among three scientists. One of them, professor Gérard Mourou, is the father of the idea of ExtremeLight Infrastructure project
The fifth summer school SFEL 2018 – School of XFEL and Synchrotron Radiation Users organized by the Pavol Jozef Šafárik University (Košice, Slovakia) in collaboration with the European XFEL (Schenefeld, SRN) and other institutions was held in a small village Liptovský Ján.
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.
Among other successes, he developed a program Superflip, which has been widely adopted by the crystallographic community and is one of the most commonly used programs in the field today.