CV | Jana Midlíková
The main topic of Jana’s research is the Far-Infrared (FIR) spectroscopy of Single-Molecule Magnets (SMMs) in high magnetic field. This method allows to study Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) through the use of far-infrared region and thus broaden a typical microwave range for investigation of SMMs. The use of high magnetic field in combination with optical spectroscopy, such as FIR spectroscopy, has the potential of making great contributions to science and technology. In addition, magneto-optical experiments provide a powerful set of tools to obtain insights into the properties of materials. FIR energy region in high magnetic fields is of particular importance, since it covers the magnetic resonances such as spin resonance, cyclotron resonance and other important effects. FIR spectroscopy in high magnetic fields is an ideal experimental technique that can probe and elucidate properties of the most advanced materials. This technique provides complementary information to the commonly used measurements of transport, magnetization, and thermodynamic properties.
2016 - present Master's Degree in Physical Engineering and Nanotechnology, Institute of Physical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology (BUT), Czech Republic
- Master's Thesis: Design of the far-infrared spectrometer coupling to a superconductive magnet and magneto-optical measurements in the far-infrared region (Supervisor: Dr. Ing. Petr Neugebauer)
2013 - 2016 Bachelor's Degree in Physical Engineering and Nanotechnology, Institute of Physical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology (BUT), Czech Republic
- Bachelor's thesis: Preparation of graphene nanostructures for applications (Supervisor: Dr. Ing. Zuzana Lišková)
2009 - 2013 Grammar school, Gymnazium Skolska, Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia
02/2017 – 07/2017 (6 months) Erasmus+ project in the group of Prof. Joris van Slageren at University of Stuttgart, Germany.
- Coupling of the FIR spectrometer to a 17 T superconducting magnet