ESA Solar Orbiter probe is ready to leave for Cape Canaveral
October 21, 2019

The European spacecraft has successfully passed last tests at the IABG test centre near Munich. Electronics from Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, is also on-board. During oncoming weeks the spacecraft will be transported to Cape Canaveral in Florida, US, to be launched towards the Sun in February 2020.

Award for solving language multimodality
September 27, 2019

Jindřich Libovický from the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics got Dimitris N. Chorafas Prize.

The French Embassy awarded the graduate of MathPhys
August 19, 2019

Dr. Stanislav Valenta from the Institute of Particle and Nuclear Physics of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University was awarded in the competition of research works organized by the French Embassy in the Czech Republic.

Fourier Prize 2019
July 17, 2019

The best research works in computational science were awarded the Fourier Prize in Prague at the end of June.

Springer published final thesis of MathPhys student
July 16, 2019

A prestigeous publisher Springer awarded a MathPhys graduate Dr. Peter Kúš. His dissertation thesis was published within a series of “Springer Theses – Recognizing Outstanding Ph.D. Research”.

Five institutions form Association of Czech Research Universities
July 8, 2019

Five top universities in the Czech Republic have joined forces in founding the Association of Czech Research Universities. Members expect the newly-minted organisation will help them compete among the very best when it comes to international research and education. Four of five rectors signed the agreement in Prague on Tuesday.

Oxidation atmosphere extends the catalyst lifetimes
June 17, 2019

The cover of a leading chemical journal, The Journal of Materials Chemistry A highlighted a study by scientists from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in Charles University, Prague, identifying, at the atomic level, the mechanisms contributing to the long term stability and high activity of industrially relevant catalysts.

The Czech Republic applied for membership in the DARIAH ERIC consortium
June 14, 2019

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports submitted official application on behalf of the Czech Republic for joining the European Research Infrastructure Consortium DARIAH ERIC (Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities). The large research infrastructure LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ, hosted by the Charles University, will become the Czech national coordinator of research activities developed within the DARIAH ERIC.

Petr Sgall, Professor Emeritus of Charles University, died
May 30, 2019

Faculty of Mathematics and Physics is saddened by the passing of Professor Emeritus Petr Sgall, DrSc, dr. h. c. mult. aged 93, a long-term member of the School of Computer Science of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics and the founder of the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics, who passed away on May 28, 2019 in Prague.

Simulated galaxies without dark matter
May 10, 2019

According to the standard model of cosmology, most galaxies contain a great amount of dark matter. Astrophysicists of the Charles University in Prague postulated that both galaxies dominated by dark matter and galaxies lacking dark matter have to exist. An international team of scientists, also including Charles University, now verified this so-called dual dwarf galaxy theorem with one of the most modern galaxy evolution simulations. The results are in disagreement with observations and challenge the standard model of cosmology. The study will appear in the Journal Astronomy & Astrophysics and is already available online.

Czech Republic joins FAIR as “Aspirant Partner”
April 10, 2019

It is a significant moment for the FAIR-Project: A new partner comes aboard. The FAIR international laboratory welcomes the Czech Republic as new partner state.

Abundance of magneto-elastic functionalities
March 21, 2019

An international team from the Forschungszentrum Jülich and the Technical University of Munich led by Dr. Petr Cermak (now Charles University of Prague) shed unexpected new light on the abundance of magnetoelastic interactions in solids. Using inelastic neutron scattering on a single crystal of the rare-earth intermetallic compound CeAuAl3 revealed, that electron-phonon interaction can lead to creation of the new states in the matter, even in the case of small and hard to measure interactions.

Digital Exoplanets
February 7, 2019

The Astronomical Institute of the Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic) together with University College London (United Kingdom) hosted the workshop "Digital Exoplanets". The meeting took place at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Malostranske namesti from January 27 to 30.

Star cluster modelling stars in Prague
February 1, 2019

Dr. Sverre Aarseth of Cambridge University in England counts as the most renown computational stellar-dynamicist and the Astronomical Institute of Charles University hosted an international conference in his honour in December 2018.

American students fancy Czech universities
January 15, 2019

The Czech Republic is one of the top 25 countries where the Americans head for studies. According to the report of the Institute of International Education there were nearly 5,000 American students in the Czech Republic and the country was ranked the 13th in the world and the 7th in the European ranking.

Jaroslav Nešetřil Received ERC Synergy Grant
October 23, 2018

The worldwide recognized mathematician Jaroslav Nešetřil and his Hungarian colleagues from Eötvös Loránd University and Central European University in Budapest will study a mathematical theory of dynamic networks, which today influences all fields of science and technology.