Dr. Čech's research stay at the University of Innsbruck, Austria

Our colleague Dr. Jan Čech from the Applied Plasmochemistry research group at the DPPT used the opportunity to gain new experiences in the approach to teacher education and to continue his research on the diagnostics of the new CaviPlasma technology.

11 Jan 2024 Tereza Schmidtová

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Dr. Jan Čech from the Applied Plasmochemistry research group at the Department of Plasma Physics and Technology spent November 2023 at the University of Innsbruck in Austria (Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck). The topic of his stay was the diagnostics of the new patented CaviPlasma technology the research group is developing. He had numerous discussions during his visit and planned further experiments, new measurements, and testing. He also worked on a new scientific publication. As part of the research stay, he gave a lecture on the CaviPlasma technology and its applications to the visiting institute.

Dr. Čech went on the research stay with the support of the research project of the Faculty of Science and the Career Support Project at the Faculty of Education of MU, where he is teaching physics to the students aiming to become future teachers of physics. "Thanks to this support, I had the opportunity to discuss the methods of physics teacher training with Austrian colleagues and bring back their teaching experience. I was surprised they face the same problems with teacher education as we do, despite a completely different educational framework," comments Dr. Čech.

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