Poster entitled "Computing interfacial properties of polypyrrole on diamond nanoparticles for photovoltaic applications" was announced as one of the five best student posters of the conference.
Results of the research on diamond-GaN heterostructures awarded at the 9th SSSI in Piestany, Slovakia
The prize for the Best Young Researcher Contribution Content was awarded to postdoctoral researcher Ing. Tibor Ižák, PhD
Award for outstanding doctoral thesis based on ZnO nanocolumns that could have wide field of applications, including biology.
Ph.D. student from the Institute of Physics won Best Poster Award at the international MSE 2016 congress
Karel Tesař won Best Poster Award at the Materials Science and Engineering 2016 Congress (MSE), which took place in Darmstadt, Germany.
The presented work dealt with the fabrication of two-dimensional polycrystalline diamond-based photonic crystals. Such diamond-based PhCs are suitable for realization of extremely sensitive bio-sensor devices.
The former head of the Department of Dielectrics, Dr Jan Petzelt, was awarded a prestigious award of the scientific community. He was recognized for his lifelong contribution to understanding ferroelectric materials.
1st place at the international conference Nanocon 2014
Lukáš Ondič received the Best Presentation Award for his contribution titled Two-dimensional Photonic Crystals for Enhancing Light Extraction Efficiency from Luminescent Layers to The 2nd International Education Forum on Environment and Energy Science.