The puzzle solver: EPR spectroscopy shines light into complex chemical reactions
Brazilian researcher Dr. Vinicius Santana, our junior researcher, collaborated with biologists and chemists to explain a bioluminescence mechanism. The findings were published in a highly acclaimed study in the Nature Catalysis magazine.
Our PhD student Janka Dubnická Midlíková successfully defended her doctoral thesis - Congratulations!
She wrote her doctoral thesis on the topic of "Development of Fourier Transform InfraRed Spectroscopy in High Magnetic Fields".
We wish Janka good luck with all her future endeavours.
MOTeS Christmas Party 2023
This year, a traditional Christmas party was held in Bowling Bar Rubin, as in the previous year. We wish all our associates Merry Christmas and all the best for 2024.
Vinicius Santana has been awarded the JUNIOR STAR 2024 grant by the GAČR
Vinicius Santana, a Brazilian scientist exploring the area right between physics and chemistry has been part of Magneto-Optical and THz Spectroscopy group since 2018.
Our doctoral student Lucie Kotásková describes her meeting with Nobel Prize winners at the annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
"You can only attend once in a lifetime. Twice, if you win a Nobel Prize." This sentence has Lucka heard during the welcoming speech at the 71st edition annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting.
He always said he'd never do a Ph.D.
Now he is working as a postdoc in Santa Barbara
Antonín Sojka has been a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Santa Barbara for almost a year. Even though he never wanted to even get a Ph.D. At CEITEC BUT, he worked on electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) within our research group.
Our PhD student Artur Solodovnyk successfully defended his doctoral thesis - Congratulations!
He wrote his doctoral thesis on the topic of "Magneto optical studies of solid states materials".
We wish Artur good luck with all his future endeavors and also with his Post-doc position in the United States.
MOTeS Christmas party 2022
Our research group has assembled for a Christmas party at the Bowling bar Rubin, followed by a visit to the Yacht Club. We would love to take this opportunity to wish each of you a Merry Christmas, a relaxing holiday season, and all the best in the upcoming year of 2023!
Our PhD student Lubomír Havlíček successfully defended his doctoral thesis - Congratulations!
He wrote his doctoral thesis on the topic of "Single-Molecule Magnets with Trigonal Symmetry of the Coordination Polyhedron: Structure, Magnetic Properties, and Deposition on Surfaces".
We wish Lubomír good luck with all his future endeavors and with his Post-doc position at Akademie věd ČR, where he will continue in the research of molecular magnetism.
Rapid scanning explores high-frequency spin relaxation without the hassle
Our recent results in rapid scan HFEPR are acknowledged by the American Institute of Physics as a Perspective Letter and a Scilight article "Rapid scanning explores high-frequency spin relaxation without the hassle".
Our PhD student Jan Dubský received JCMM Brno PhD Talent 2021 - Congratulations!
Our PhD student Jan Dubský received JCMM Brno PhD Talent 2021 for his project on "Development of a 500 MHz DNP-NMR system". This scholarship helps starting PhD students with 300 000 CZK over 3 years.
RSC ICMM 2021 Poster Prize goes to our PhD student Jana Dubnická-Midlíková - Congratulations!
Our PhD student Jana Dubnická-Midlíková won the RSC ICMM 2021 Poster Prize with her poster "Development of FTIR Spectroscopy in High Magnetic Fields."
JCMM Brno PhD Talent 2020 goes to our student Lucie Kotásková - Congratulations!
Our PhD student Lucie Kotásková with her project on "Synthesis of molecular switches functionalised by stable radical substituents" was among the 25 awarded students who were selected out of 130 applicants in total for 2020 call. JCMM Brno PhD Talent helps starting PhD students with 300 000 CZK over 3 years.
Danubius Young Scientist Award 2020 goes to Dr. Oleksii Laguta - Congratulations!
The Danubius Award was created in 2011 by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education , Science and Research (BMBFW) and the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM) with the intention to honor persons with extraordinary achievements in their scientific activity and output in relation to the Danube Region.
Interview with Petr Neugebauer
Petr Neugebauer gave an interesting interview to vedavyzkum.cz about ERC grants, inbreeding and what it takes to form a new research group in the Czech environment from a ground.
Jorge Navarro won Brno PhD talent 2019 - Congratulations!
City of Brno has honoured the students of science and technical disciplines in the Ph.D. Talent competition. The scientists will receive a scholarship of 300 000 CZK per 3 years.
Adam Vondráček won CEITEC Student Talent 2019/20 - Congratulations!
Talented high-school student Adam Vondráček under supervision of Ing. Antonín Sojka won the 2019/20 CEITEC Student Talent.
Brazilian researcher got to CEITEC BUT by chance
High expertise in the field of EPR has CEITEC BUT gained last year thanks to Vinicius Santana. Brazilian researcher was looking for a postdoc position in Europe and settled in Brno. He focuses on investigating magnetic materials using high-frequency EPR.
Twelve students from CEITEC awarded the Brno PhD Talent
City of Brno has honoured the students of science and technical disciplines in the Ph.D. Talent competition. The scientists will receive a scholarship of 300 000 CZK.
“You don’t need to know the Czech language, but you must have good Czech friends, who help you”
I like the feeling of safety in Brno, says Brazilian researcher
Living in Brno wasn’t a direct choice for Vinicius Santana from Brazil. In fact, it was a coincidence, he ended up in the Czech Republic and he has...
Plasmon Enhanced Terahertz Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
PETER Summer School
Join the talks on EPR, scanning microscopy, plasmonics and terahertz technology!
3-5thOctober 2018 | CEITEC BUT facility | S building | Purkyňova 123, Brno
Pawel Jewula receieved a PCCP poster award
Our junior researcher Pawel Jewula was awarded a PCCP poster award at 9th Barrande-Vltava French-Czech Chemistry Meeting held in Strasbourg (France) from August 26 to 27, 2018.
The Committee for Interdisciplinarity has chosen our student's project for support
The project of our student Jakub Hrubý, named "Electron Spin Resonance Detection of Micro RNA in Diagnostics of Renal Cell Carcinoma" was chosen for support.
Petr Neugebauer about ERC Grant and Paramagnetic Resonance Research
After several years spent in research institutions abroad, Petr Neugebauer, graduate of Physical Engineering at BUT, returned to Brno. His refuge will become the research center of CEITEC, where he will deal with paramagnetic resonance, which has long been devoted to.
First poster earned 6 000 CZK
The CEITEC PhD and Postdoc Retread is a two-day conference that brings together PhD students and postdocs of CEITEC and partner institutions working in life sciences, material sciences, chemistry and physics.