Two of our students were awarded Dean's prize. The student Romana Grossová, under supervision of Norbert Werner. Her research focuses on active galactic nuclei of giant elliptical galaxies. For her research, she uses the data from Very Large Array (VLA) located in New Mexico. She published four scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals, two of them as the first author. She spent a year at the University of Turin and half of a year at Harvard & Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA) in Boston. Her work helped to reveal new facts about the life cycle of active galactic nuclei, which play a vital role in the Universe.
The student Samuel Vaclach, who finished his bachelor's study with an excellent grade point average of 1.0 in the June of 2019. In his study, he also completed subjects for the master's degree students with excellence. Also now in this masters study, his grade point average is outstanding - 1.0. He voluntarily studies challenging subjects at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Mr. Valach is an inspiration to his classmates. Under the supervision of the head of the Department of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics Rikard von Unge, he studies supersymmetry in TTbar deformed theories.
Congratulations to the students and their supervisors!
We wish them even more accomplishments in their future career.