Václav Petříček has received the Charles Barret Award for development of the theory of incommensurately modulated and composite structures, for utilizing this theory in the computing system Jana2006 and for development of an archiving system of aperiodic structures in the database Powder Diffraction FileTM.
The Grant Agency of the Czech Republic Prize was awarded to Dr Oleksandr Stupakov for the individual postdoctoral project "Development of a new system for measurement of open-circuit ferromagnetic samples with controlled magnetization waveform".
Josef Hlavka Prize was awarded to Prof. Dr Ivan Pelant and to associate Prof. Dr Jan Valenta for an original book of scientific literature.
The Nobel Prize is connected to the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles.
Academy Council took up proposals of Academy prizes and honorary medals on its 30th meeting on June 7, 2011. besides Czech representatives, the Council recommended awarding Professor Dieter Vollhardt from the University of Augsburg for his merits in physical sciences.
Mrs. Vladimíra Petráková, has been awarded the Young Investigator Prize for the Best Oral Presentation in Symposium A, Diamond Electronics and Bioelectronics: From Fundamental to Applications IV, Material Research Society (MRS) Fall 2010 meeting in Boston, U.S.A.