List of seminars in 2018 / 2019

20 September 2018
14:00 Dr. Lars Bergqvist (Seminar room F052)
General method for atomistic spin-lattice dynamics with first principle accuracy
25 September 2018
14:00 Mgr. Alžběta Kadlecová (seminar room F052)
On the quantum phase transition in the superconducting quantum dot system
working version
4 October 2018
14:00 RNDr. Viktor Holubec, PhD. (Lecture Hall F2)
Cycling Tames Power Fluctuations near Optimum Efficiency
joined with Nanoseminar (note different time and place)
11 October 2018
14:00 Mgr. Petr Klenovský, Ph.D. (Lecture Hall F2)
Optical properties of nanostructures: A Hitchhiker’s guide to approximations in solid state physics
joined with Nanoseminar (note different time and place)
18 October 2018
14:00 Mgr. Jaroslav Hamrle, Ph.D. (Lecture Hall F2)
Introduction to topological materials
joined with Nanoseminar (note different time and place)
25 October 2018
13:00 doc. RNDr. Martin Čížek, PhD. (Seminar room F052)
Strange molecular anion H2-. History of discovery and exploration of its properties
1 November 2018
13:00 Mgr. Peter Zalom, Ph.D. (Seminar room F052)
Charge transport in normal and superconducting nanoscopic junctions
working version
7 November 2018
14:00 Dr. Jan Skolimowski (Lecture Hall F2)
Correlations and dimerization in the domain walls of triangular-lattice Mott insulator 1T-TaS2
joined with Seminars on Magnetism (note different day, time and place)
15 November 2018
13:00 Sergiu Arapan, Ph.D. (Seminar room F052)
Searching for the rare-earth free permanent magnets with structure predicting methods: possibilities and limitations
22 November 2018
13:00 dr inż. Katarzyna Roszak (Seminar room F052)
Towards the study of nonequilibrium heat capacity in the quantum regime
working version
29 November 2018
14:00 Prof. Jens Paaske (Lecture Hall F2)
Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states in quantum dots
joined with Nanoseminar (note different time and place)
6 December 2018
13:00 Mgr. Martin Friák, Ph.D. (Seminar room F052)
Nano-to-meso scale study of mechanical properties of Fe-Al-based superalloys
13 December 2018
14:00 Prof. Dr. Klaus Morawetz (Lecture Hall F2)
Anomalous transport in Weyl systems and graphene normally explained
joined with Nanoseminar (note different time and place)