1 May–31 Oct
Department of Condensed Matter Physics (ÚFKL) invites you to the lecture
George Jackeli (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany): Spin-Orbit Entangled Quantum Materials: From Unusual Order to Liquid States
Invitation to Seminar of Department of Plasma Physics and Technology
Assoc. Prof. Zdenka Kozáková – Preparation, characterizaition and application of PAW (Plasma Activated Water)
This is the title of this year's Night of Scientists. Let science reveal its greatest secrets. Unleash your curiosity and unlock the gateway to the marvelou mysteries of the world. All our physics departments are preparing their programme. The event is for children and adults.
Green light has been given to QUVIK (Quick Ultra-Violet Kilonovae Surveyor), which will become the first Czech space telescope. The scientific part of the project will be managed by astrophysicists from Masaryk University. Experts from the Czech Ministry of Transport and the European Space Agency (ESA) selected two out of seven Czech space projects proposed, one of which was QUVIK, a space telescope optimised for the ultraviolet part of the spectrum, which will focus on sources of gravitational waves that arise from collisions of black holes and neutron stars. The project will be led by the Czech Aerospace Research Centre (VZLÚ).
Tomáš Hoder, leader of the Plasma Diagnostics and Modelling research group at the Department of Plasma Physics and Technology, travelled to France in September 2023. As an invited professor, he works with French colleagues on research on barrier discharges in CO2.
Keep up with the latest competitions, scholarships and grants for physics students!
Scientists from the Deposition of Thin Films and Nanostructures research group of the Department of Plasma Physics and Technology traveled to Japan to conduct pilot experiments. Nb2BC-based layers could offer an attractive combination of mechanical properties: hardness and flexibility.