CV | Jan Dubský

Petr Neugebauer  

  Bc. Jan Dubský
    Master Student
     

     


Research:

The main goal of the research is to conduct measurements of a graphite sample for various orientations in the magnetic field using HFEPR spectrometer. Measurement data will be analyzed, the result of this analysis will describe the electronic transport properties of graphite. This will also allow us to plot the angle dependence of the cyclotron resonance. The data corresponding to 0° angle rotation will be fitted to simulation data, which will help us determine important parameters of the graphite sample, such as Fermi energy and a broadening parameter. Furthermore, Shubnikov-de Haas oscillations will be analyzed and compared to transport experiments performed by traditional methods, like the Hall-bar.

Education:

2019 – Present                 Master’s study of Microelectronics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic

2016 – 2019                        Bachelor’s study of Microelectronics and Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication, Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic

2012 – 2016                        Josef Kajetán Tyl Grammar School, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic

Work experience:

Summer 2020                     SMT Line Technician, Panasonic Automotive Systems Czech s.r.o.

Summer 2019                     Gardener, Marigreen art s.r.o.

Summer 2018                     Archeologist, STRATUM – archeologické služby s.r.o.

Summer 2017                     SMT Line Technician, Panasonic Automotive Systems Czech s.r.o.

Summer 2016                     Production Line Operator, Panasonic Automotive Systems Czech s.r.o.

Summer 2015                     Warehouse Loader, PPL CZ s.r.o.

Languages:

Czech (native language), English (B2), French (A2)

Hobbies:

3D printing, 3D modeling in CAD software, tinkering with electronics, Historical European Martial Arts, reading books