The event consists of two separate parts. The morning educational part is intended for high school students. The afternoon scientific part is intended for the scientific community and for university students.
We are proud to announce that our colleague Jan Kaufman gained a second place for the best student paper and oral presentation at the 14th International Conference on Shot Peening (ICSP-14), organized by Politecnico di Milano (September 4 – 7, 2022).
Researchers’ Night, an event that will open hundreds of scientific buildings that you usually cannot get into. Join us as we cruise through lectures, workshops, laser mazes and experimental halls – coming up on Friday, September 30, 2022 from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. This year, experience science in ALL SENSES. Children and adults are welcome and admission is free.
Top lecturers from 6 European countries and the United States of America come together at the Joint Laboratory of Optics of the Palacký University in Olomouc and the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences to organize the 11th installment in the series of summer schools by the International Doctorate Network in Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology (IDPASC).
Coilgun, observation and processing of miner planet occultation using CMOS cameras or determination of the atomic structure of surfaces using ion scattering - these are the winning works in the field of physics of the 44th year of the national showcase of high school scientific activities. The students were presented their awards by the FZU director Michael Prouza and his deputy Antonín Fejfar.
A team of secondary school students, representing the Czech Republic under the auspices of the Jaroslav Heyerovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry in Prague, has won the silver medal at the 35th year of the International Young Physicists’ Tournament held in Timisoara, Romania, earlier this year. In a tough international competition, they came second, losing only to the German team, following five demanding rounds.
The 7th Venice International School on Lasers in Materials Science (SLIMS) was held from 3 to 7 July 2022 in its usual location (San Servolo in Venice, Italy). This year, four HiLASIANS participated: Nadezhda Bulgakova, Oleksandr Gatsa, Martin Zukerstein and Ghassan Aber.
Prof. Alexander Bulgakov, Dr.Sc. and Oleksandr Gatsa, PhD, from HiLASE Centre SLA department have introduced a mass spectrometric system for studies of laser-matter interaction processes.
The Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences – as the only research institution in the Czech Republic – has been awarded the European Union’s prestigious Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions COFUND grant. Almost six million Euros, i.e. more than 146 million Czech Korunas, will be used to fund 60 two-years’ postdoctoral fellowships.
Rare earth rich intermetallic compounds of the type R3T (R = rare earth, T = transition metal) are found to be very intersting class of materials as far as their complex magnetic structure is concerned. Tb3Co is one such compound that orders antiferomagnetically below TN = 84 K and undergoes a first order transition below ~72 K (TFO). In spite of the several studies attempted on this compound a sharp phase transition like feature (seen in ZFC magnetization) around 30 K was never got any proper explanation
A total of 59 women registered for this year's L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Talent Programme, including Evgenia Chitrova from the FZU. Together with two other scientists, Eva Krupičková Pluhařová and Zuzana Střížová, she has won an award for her work.
we would like to invite you to the seminar of Division of Elementary Particle Physics of Institute of Physics, presented by our special guest, Dr. Martin Venhart, Vice-president of the Slovak Academy of Sciences.
The development of additive manufacturing (AM) has helped industries and mankind significantly, especially when designing and manufacturing an intricate shaped geometry. AM allows flexibility to the industries to print the part for specific needs and applications.