doc. RNDr. Karel Carva, Ph.D.
- Department of Condensed Matter Physics
- +420 95155 1397
- Supervised theses
- Assigned theses
- Room / building
- F 054, ground floor, Ke Karlovu 5, Ke Karlovu 2026/5, Praha 2
- Theory of condensed matter phenomena: Magnetism, Spin-dependent electron transport and other spintronics phenomena, Magnetization dynamics, Nonequilibrium states, Ultrafast processes.
- Employed methods: First principles calculations (density functional theory), Green’s function theory, Linear response theory, Atomistic spin dynamics.
- Studied systems: Graphene, Low-dimensional magnetic systems and nanostructures, Topological insulators, Magnetic materials driven out of equilibrium.
1997–2003 Master of
Science degree in Theoretical Physics, Charles University, Faculty of
Mathematics and Physics, Prague.
2003–2007 Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Physics of Condensed Matter and Material Research, Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Prague. Defended thesis Spin-dependent transport in layered magnetic nanostructures
2007–2009 Postdoc, Uppsala University, Dept. of
Physics and Materials Science, Uppsala
2009–2020 Research fellow, Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Prague. Habilitation thesis Magnetization dynamics in solids studied by microscopic theory methods defended in 2020
2021- Associate professor (docent), Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Prague.
Publication activity (31.3.2023)
- Papers in refereed journals with impact factor: 81
- Citations: over 2200, h-index: 23