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Milan Červenka

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Doctoral study programme Applied Physics has its first graduate

 Victor Claerbout, a Ph.D. student of the doctoral study program Applied Physics at FEE CTU, successfully defended his thesis  “Solid lubricants at the nanoscale:  frictional behavior in silico” at the end of June, becoming the first graduate of this new study programme. The supervisor was Dr. Paolo Nicolini. The opponents were Prof. Dr. Enrico Gnecco …

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Our latest article about bacteria interaction with ZnO nanostructures gains attention

The article by David Rutherford et al. about “Growth Inhibition of Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria by Zinc Oxide Hedgehog Particles” has been published in May in the International Journal of Nanomedicine – an international peer-reviewed journal focusing on the application of nanotechnology in diagnostics, therapeutics, and drug delivery systems throughout the biomedical field. The article …

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Article by Vojtěch Munzar et al. on the cover of Physics of Plasmas and selected as Editor’s Pick

The article “Mapping of azimuthal B-fields in Z-pinch plasmas using Z-pinch-driven ion deflectometry“ has been published in the scientific journal Physics of Plasmas,  the largest journal dedicated to the field of experimental and theoretical plasma physics published by the American Institute of Physics (AIP). The article has shortly become the most-read article and was not …

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On the cover page of Physica status solidi

Our work on the “Microscopic Study of Bovine Serum Albumin Adsorption on Zinc Oxide (0001) Surface” has been recently published in Physica status solidi and selected for the journal cover page. The cover page of Physica status solidi has been for many years presenting the international scientific community with high-quality research in the field of …

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Jan Fait received the Dean’s Award for a prestigious dissertation

The Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering CTU Prof. Mgr. Petr Páta, Ph.D. awarded the Dean’s Award for a prestigious dissertation thesis to Dr. Jan Fait on March 10. The topic of the dissertation is Fabrication and characterization of diamond photonic structures. The supervisor was Prof. Bohuslav Rezek from the Department of Physics and …

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Distance learning – we demonstrate free fall :-)

An integral part of our Physics course are the experiments demonstrated in the lab. Our very modern lab offers a vast selection of experiments that the students can conduct first-hand, under normal circumstances. Due to Covid-19 restrictions the learning moved to an online space, so we are trying to introduce experiments to our students in …

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On the cover page of Carbon

Our work on the “Bio-chemically selective interaction of hydrogenated and oxidized ultra-small nanodiamonds with proteins and cells” has been recently published in Carbon [Machova et al., Carbon 162 (2020) 650-661, doi:10.1016/j.carbon.2020.02.061] and selected for the journal front cover page (pdf).  Ultra-small nanoparticles of a size smaller than or comparable to cell membrane pores (1-5 nm) …

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On the cover of the Journal of Applied Physics

The Journal of Applied Physics highly appreciated a research work “DC-driven atmospheric pressure pulsed discharge with volume-distributed filaments in a coaxial electrode system” carried out by employees of the Department of Physics, FEE CTU. The Editorial Office of the Journal of Applied Physics selected the work as the lead cover article in the eighth issue, …

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VZLUSAT-1 – still in the orbit

The VZLUSAT-1 nanosatellite was developed on the basis of a standardized CubeSat 2U platform (20x10x10cm) in the Czech Aerospace Research Centre (VZLU) in cooperation with Czech companies and universities. Nanosatellite VZLUSAT-1 in laboratory Ing. Ladislav Sieger from Department of Physics led the successfully defended master’s thesis of Ing. Veronika Stehlíková, Ing. Martin Urban and Ing. Ondřej Nentvich from the …

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Doctoral student Petra Matunová awarded at the Computational Nanotechnology conference

PhD student Petra Matunová from Institute of Physics CAS and Department of Physics at CTU FEL presented a poster entitled “Computing interfacial properties of polypyrrole on diamond nanoparticles for photovoltaic applications” at the International Workshop on Computational Nanotechnology (IWCN 2017, Windermere, UK). This poster was announced by the organizers as one of the five best …

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