doc. RNDr. Martin Diviš, CSc.

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Katedra fyziky kondenzovaných látek
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divis@mag.mff.cuni.cz
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F 150, 1. patro, Ke Karlovu 5, Ke Karlovu 2026/5, Praha 2
F 152, 1. patro, Ke Karlovu 5, Ke Karlovu 2026/5, Praha 2

CURRICULUM VITAE

MARTIN DIVIŠ

 

Born 25.7.1963 in Prague, Czechoslovakia,Associate professor at the Department of Condens Matter, married, one children

Address:     Department of Condensed Matter

                   Charles University

                    Ke Karlovu 5, 121 16 Prague 2

                    Czech Republic

                    Phone: (+422)21911368 ; FAX: (+422)24911061

                    E-mail: divis@mag.mff.cuni.cz

 

Professional

Organizations:     Czech and Slovak Union of Physicist

 

Professional

Positions:         Research Assistent in Physics, Charles University, 1991-92

Research,        Assistant Professor in Physics, Charles University, 1992-98

                         Associate Professor in Physics of Condensed Matter, Charles University, 1999-present

 

Study and research abroad

  1. time - three months in 1990

                institution - Joint Institute of Nuclear Research Dubna

                purpose of stay - scientific stay

                financed by - CSFR Ministry of Education

                scientific mentor - Dr. E.A. Goremychkin

 
  1. time - three months in 1993

                institution - University of Amsterdam

                purpose of stay - scientific stay

                financed by - Van der Walls-Zeeman Laboratory

                scientific mentors - Prof. Dr. P.F. de Châtel, Prof. Dr. F.R. de Boer

 
  1. time - five months in 1994, sixth months in 1995, sixth months in 1996, one month in 1997

                institution – Technical University of Dresden

                purpose of stay - scientific stay

                financed by – Max Planck Society

                scientific mentors - Prof. Dr. H. Eschrig

  1. time - twelve months in 1997-98

                institution – Technical University of Vienna

                purpose of stay - scientific stay, Lise-Meitner Fellowship

                financed by – Austrian Science Foundation (Lise-Meitner Fellowship)

                scientific mentors - Prof. Dr. K. Schwarz, Prof. Dr. G. Hilscher

  1. time - one month in 1998, 1999, 2000, two months in 2001, 2002, short stays in 2003, 2004, 2007, 2019

                institution – Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden

                purpose of stay - scientific stay

                financed by – Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden

                scientific mentors - Prof. Dr. H. Eschrig, Prof. Dr. M. Richter

 

Areas of Research

 

1. Magnetism, heavy fermions, crystal field effects in rare earth and actinide systems, collaborative theoretical analysis of     experimental inelastic neutron scattering, high magnetic field data

 

2. Electronic Structure Calculations, including band calculations, first principles crystal field studies, model hamiltonians

Co-author of more than 210 publications in international research journals with impact factor.

H-index 24