Publikace

Ve výpisu publikací najdete všechny důležité publikační výsledky výzkumu a vývoje našich vědeckých pracovníků od roku 1961.

  1. Fourier Transform Photocurrent Spectroscopy on Non-Crystalline Semiconductors
    Chapter no 13. in Fourier Transforms - New Analytical Approaches and FTIR Strategies, Ed. Goran Nikolic, InTech, April 2011, pp. 257-282, ISBN: 978-953-307-232-6
  2. Anomalous and Spin-Injection Hall Effects
    Handbook of Spin Transport and Magnetism, edited by E. Y. Tsymbal and I. Zutic, (Chapman & Hall/CRC 2011), p 497-515
  3. G. Vértesy, S. Ueda, T. Uchimoto, T. Takagi, I. Tomáš, Z. Vértesy
    15th Intern. Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE-2010)(XIV) Eds. T. Chady et al., IOS Press, 2011, 371-378
  4. Wannier Functions and Construction of Model Hamiltonians
    The LDA+DMFT approach to strongly correlated materials
  5. S. Pirkl, M. Glogarová
    Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals with High Spontaneous Polarization
    Chapter 17 in Ferroelectrics-Physical Effects ISBN 978-953-307-453-5. edited by M. Lallart, publisher: InTech 2011, p.p. 407-428
  6. J. Toušek, J. Toušková, M. Drábik, Z. Remeš, J. Hanuš, V. Cimrová, D. Slavinská, H. Biederman, A. Zachary, L. Hanley
    Exciton Diffusion Length in Titanyl Phthalocyanine Thin Films as Determined by the Surface Photovoltage Method
    Chapter 7 in Exciton Quasiparticles: Theory, Dynamics and Applications, Eds. R. M. Bergin, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. 2011, pp. 275-290
  7. Electrodynamic properties of superconductors, chapter in "Physics of Low Temperature"
    Fyzika nízkých teplot II. část
  8. Josephson effects and its applications
    Fyzika nízkých teplot II. část
  9. Z. Janů, Z. Švindrych, A. Youssef, L. Baničová
    Critical state analysis using continuous reading SQUID magnetometer
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  10. Diamond as Functional Material for Bioelectronics and Biotechnology
    New Perspectives in Biosensors Technology and Applications, ed. Pier Andrea Serra, publ. InTech, 2011, ISBN 978-953-307-448-1, hardcover, 448 pp.
  11. I. Aulika, A. Dejneka, S. Mergan, M. Crepaldi, L. Jastrabík, Qi. Zhang, A. Benčan, M. Kosec, V. Zauls
    Chapter 25 in Ferroelectrics - Physical Effects ,ed. M.Lallart, in series Materials Science(57), Smart Materials(4), Publisher: InTech, 2011, pp. 579-602.
  12. H. Němec, E. Galoppini, H. Imahori, V. Sundström
    Comprehensive Nanoscience and Technology 2 (2011) 325-359. ISBN=978-0-12-374390-9 2 (2011) 325-359.
  13. L. Bacakova, L. Grausova, J. Vacik, A. Kromka, H. Biederman, A. Choukourov, V. Stary
    Nanocomposite carbon-based films as growth substrates for bone cells
    Book chapter 16 in "Advances in Diverse Industrial Applications of Nanocomposites", editor: B. Reddy, Publisher: InTech -Vienna, Austria (2011), pp. 371-408 (ISBN: 978-953-307-202-9), (http://www.intechweb.org/)
  14. K. Král, M. Menšík
    Supplemental Proceedings: Material Fabrication, Properties, Characterization, and Modelling, vol. 2, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ, USA. (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) 2011)
  15. V. Čuba, M. Nikl
    Radiation-Assisted Preparation of Powder Materials and their Exciton Luminescence
    Chapter 3 in Exciton Quasiparticles: Theory, Dynamics and Applications
  16. M. Nikl, D. Nižňanský, J. Růžička, C. Cannas, T. Yanagida
    Silicate Glass-Based Nanocomposite Scintillators
    chapter 9 in ADVANCES IN NANOCOMPOSITE TECHNOLOGY, ED.A. Hashim, INTECH, Rijeka Croatia, ISBN 978-953-307-347-7
  17. L. Bačáková, L. Grausová, J. Vacík, A. Kromka, H. Biederman, A. Choukourov, V. Starý
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  18. L. Bacakova, L. Grausova, J. Vacik, A. Kromka, H. Biederman, A. Choukourov, V. Stary
    Advances in Diverse Industrial Applications of Nanocomposites, ed. Boreddy Reddy, publ. InTech, 2011, ISBN 978-953-307-202-9, hardcover, 550 pp.
  19. M. Landa, H.Seiner, P. Sedlák, L. Bicanová, J. Zídek, L. Heller
    Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy Close to Its Applicability Limits
    Horizons in World Physics, Volume 268. Editors: Michael Everett and Louis Pedroza, Nova Science Publishers, 2009
  20. N. A. Goncharuk, L. Smrčka
    Chapter 3 in Quantum Wells Theory, Fabrication and Applications, eds. A. Ruyter and H. O'Mahoney, Nova Science Publishers, New York, 2009, pp. 93-150
  21. Chapter 2 in Specialist Periodical Report, Spectroscopic Properties of Inorganic and Organometallic Compounds, Techniques, Materials and Applications, Vol 40, Eds. J. Yarwood, R. Douthwaite and S. B. Duckett, Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing, 2009, pp.49-71
  22. P. Ripka, K. Závěta
    Handbook of Magnetic Materials 18 (2009) 347-421 Ed.K.H.J. Buschow, Elsevier B.V. 2010
  23. Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, Springer-Verlag New York 2009, ISBN 978-0-387-75888-6
  24. C.A. Queiroz, J. Šesták
    Introducing Non-crystalline disorderd, amorphous, vitreous and glassy concepts
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 8-28.
  25. Some historical features focused back to the process of European education revealing some important scientists, roots of thermal analysis and the oriígin of glass research
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 30-58.
  26. J. Zámečník, J. Šesták
    Biological glasses and their formation during overwintering and cryopreservation of plants
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 176-198.
  27. P.S. Thomas, K. Heide, J. Šesták, E. Fueglein, P. Šimon
    Properties of some natural glasses: Australian opals and Czech tektite moldavites
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 200-218.
  28. V.M. Fokin, A. Cabral Jr., M.L.F. Nascimento, E.D. Zanotto, J. Šesták
    On the application of DTA/DSC methods for the study of glass crystallization kinetics
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 286-306.
  29. E. Illeková, J. Šesták
    Crystallization of metallic micro- and nano-crystalline glasses
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 308-326.
  30. J. Šesták, N. Koga, Z. Strnad
    Non-bridging oxygen in silica bio-compatible glassceramics and magnetic properties of Fe2O3 added borate glasses
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 364-386.
  31. B. Hlaváček, J. Šesták
    Structural changes in liquids, creation of voids, micro-movement of vibration centers and built-in bloks toward the glass transition temperature
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 388-412.
  32. Z. Klava, J. Šesták, J. J. Mareš, J. Stávek
    Transdisciplinarity of diffusion including aspects of quasiparticles, quantum diffusion and self-organized reaction periodicity
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 428-454.
  33. Low-temperature measurements of disorder-induced effects in low-dimensional systems
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 456-484.
  34. K. Král, M. Menšík
    Optical line width in quantum dots and nanodevices
    Advances in Electroceramic Materials II, Ceramic Transactions, Volume 221, Ceramic Transaction Series, September 2010, 276 Pages, Hardcover ISBN-10: 0-470-92716-X ISBN-13: 978-0-470-92716-8 - John Wiley & Sons
  35. O. Heczko, N. Scheerbaum, O. Gutfleisch
    Chapter 14 in J.P. in Nanoscale Magnetic Materials and Applications, Eds. J.P.Liu, E. Fullerton, O. Gutfleisch, D.J. Sellmyer, Springer Science, 2009,399-439
  36. I. Aaltio, O. Heczko, O. Söderberg, S.-P. Hannula
    Ch. 20 Shape Memory Alloys and Effects: Types, Functions, Modeling, and Applications (Magnetically Controlled Shape Memory Alloys)
    Ch. 20. in ed. M. Schwartz, Smart Materials; CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, 2009.
  37. Phenomenological meaning of temperature
    Some Thermodynamic, Structural and Behavioral Aspects of Materials Accentuating Non-crystalline States, Published by O.P.S. (2009) ISBN: 978-80-87269-06-0, pp. 60-78.
  38. Role of lattice vibrations in a nanoscale electronic device
    In the book "Hinklin, T., Lu, K., Processing of Nanoparticle Structures and Composites: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 208. Pages 51-58. Hardcover. ISBN: 978-0-470-40846-9, Wiley."
  39. M. Jirsa, L. Půst, S. Durčok
    Thermally activated flux creep in view of some recent experiments on YBaCuO and BiSrCaCuO single crystals
    Progress in High Temperature Superconductivity, Vol. 30, World Scientific (1992) 346-351.
  40. M. Jirsa, L. Půst, J. Pačes
    On the magnetic moment relaxation in YBaCuO single crystal: Sub-second relaxation times
    Int.Conf.on Advanced Materials (ICAM), Strasbourgh (France), May 27-31, 1991, A1-VIII, P26. In: High T Superconductor Thin Films, ed. L. Correra, North-Holland (1992), p. 171-175.
  41. V. Kovacik, I. V. Vodolazskaya, J. Šebek, L. Skrbek, J. Stehno
    TRANSPORT MEASUREMENTS OF THE La2-xSrxCuO4-y SINGLE-CRYSTALS AT ULTRALOW TEMPERATURES
    PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND LOCALIZATION PHENOMENA. In: PROGRESS IN HIGH TEMPERATURE SUPERCONDUCTIVITY 32, pp. 616-621, 1992.
  42. J. Fuksa, V. Kopsky
    Lecture Notes in Physics 201 (1984) 381-383. Eds. G. Denardo, G. Ghirardi, T. Weber, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg. Print ISBN 978-3-540-13335-3, Online ISBN 978-3-540-38859-3