Ing. Alexandr Dejneka, Ph.D.

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Alexandr Dejneka
Pracovní pozice
Vedoucí Sekce optiky (4), Vedoucí Oddělení optických a biofyzikálních systémů (21)
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Ved. věd. pracovník
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dejneka [at] fzu.cz
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Curriculum Vitae:


Alexandr Dejneka 

Basic Data:
Born:  1974
Marital status: married, 2 children
Citizenship: Czech Republic


Education:
•    1991—1997   Diploma in optical engineering and technology, ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia.
•    1999—2002   Ph.D., Technical University, Prague.
•    2001—2002   Practice at the Technical University in Dresden (Germany).

Professional Positions:
•    1997—2006    Researcher, Division of Optics, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
•    2006—present  Head of Department of optical and biophysical systems (former Department of Applied Optics), Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
•    2007—present  Head of Division of Optics, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences.

Awards:
•    2006   Josef Hlávka award for unique ellipsometric study of self-polarized ferroelectric films.

Other professional activities:
•    2011-2014    Member of the Scientific Board of the Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials (RCPTM).
•    2013-2017    Member of the Evaluation Panel 205 (Biophysics, macromolecular physics, and optics) of Czech Science Foundation (GA CR).
•    2011-present  Member of the Scientific Board of SAFMAT .
•    2015-present  Head of the committee for commercialization, Institute of Physics CAS.
•    2014-present  Member of the Academy Assembly of the Czech Academy of Sciences.
•    2015-present  Member of Council for Cooperation of the Czech Academy of Sciences with Business and Application Sphere.
•    2017-present  Member of Council of the Institute of Physics Czech Academy of Sciences.
•    2019-present  Council chairman of the National Centre of Competence for Materials, Advanced Technologies, Coatings and their Applications (MATCA).

Publishing Activities:
Author of >200 original publications, 2 book chapters, 1 book, 10 patents and utility designs, > 2200 citations. Google Scholar  

Scientific Interests:
•    Advanced physical methods in modern industry and life sciences.
•    Novel applications of spectroscopic ellipsometry and spectrophotometry.
•    Optical study of phase transformations in solids, polymers and biomaterials.
•    Low temperature plasma applications for industrial and biomedical applications.
•    Magnetically controlled processes in living objects.
•    Doping effects in thin films surfaces and interfaces.
•    Tensile strain effect in ultra-thin perovskite films.

Funding History:
•    TN01000038 TA ČR. National Centre of Competence for Materials, Advanced Technologies, Coatings and their Applications MATCA (219-2020) 
•    TK01020187 TA ČR Additively manufactured and plasmatically coated conformal heat exchangers (2018-2022)
•    FV10081, MPO –TRIO, Low temperature plasma for human medicine (2016-2020)
•    TA04010449 TA ČR, Low temperature plasma in medicine, (2014-2017)
•    15-13778S GA ČR, Epitaxial effects in ferrolectric nanofilms probed by spectroscopic ellipsometry (2015-2017)
•    M100101219 Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Advanced physical methods in life sciences (2012-2015)
•    AV0Z10100522-Institutional research plan - Wave and Corpuscular Light Propagation, Optical Materials and Technology (2005-2011)
•    202/08/1009, GA ČR, Characterization and technology of novel perovskite structures (2008-2010)