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Theses in progress

The data obtained in MGML represent substantial part of many students theses. Ph.D. students also frequently participate in laboratory operations.

Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral theses currently in progress:

Name Thesis title
Bachelor Štěpán Venclík Crystal field by the means of single-crystal Time of Flight scattering
PhD Jiří Volný The magnetic anisotropy in antiferromagnetic semiconductors
Master Andrej Kancko The search for new spin-liquid materials – synthesis of kagome and pyrochlore fluoride magnets
Bachelor Adam Eliáš Crystals with magnetic frustration and multiferroic coupling
PhD Dávid Hovančík Exploration of electronic phenomena in layerd van der Waals materials
Bachelor František Zajíc Growth of photonic single crystals by floating zone method
PhD Daniel Staško Crystallographic and electronic properties of rare-earth A2B2O7 oxides under extreme conditions
PhD Petr Král Pressure-driven structural and magnetic transformations in 221 intermetallics
Bachelor Kateřina Tetalová Morphology and physical properties of misfit layer compound "VPbS3 "
PhD Petr Proschek Cooperative phenomena in intermetallics under multiextreme conditions
PhD Oleksandra Koloskova Magnetism in nanostructured systems on the basis of Uranium
Master Anežka Bendová Growth and characterization of vdW single crystals
PhD Kristina Vlášková Electron properties of R2T2O7 pyrochlores with strong spin-orbit coupling
PhD Martin Žáček Magnetic and chiral analogues of van der Waals heterostructures

Theses defended during last 5 years