RNDr. Jiří Zavadil, CSC.

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Department of Material Structure and Properties
E-mail: zavadil@irsm.cas.cz | zavadil@ufe.cz
Phone: +420266009380, 331
Office:room No.: 005, building: A, floor:
Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics of the CAS, v.v.i.
V Holešovičkách 41
182 09, Prague 8
Czech Republic
 
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About Me

Graduated from Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Prague (1967)
RNDr. in Theoretical Physics, Charles University, Prague (1972)
Ph.D. in Physics, Institute of Physics, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague (1973)

Since 1995 he has been involved in the optical characterization of semiconductor and glass materials and structures for optoelectronics, by means of electro and photoluminescence spectroscopy. His major interest is the study of luminescent properties of InP based semiconductors and characterization of related nanostructures. He is also interested in luminescent properties of rare-earth elements incorporated in special glass host material.

He is author or co-author of 119 papers (according to the WOS). Publications gained 734 citations (without self-citations) and h-index 14.

Researcher ID: G-1930-2014
ORCID: 0000-0002-1746-4747


Principal investigator or the co-investigator of the projects:

  • Special glasses for optoelectronics, Czech Science Foundation – 104/02/0799, principal investigator Dimitrij Ležal (IIC CAS), co-investigator Jiří Zavadil (IPE CAS), duration of the project 2002–2004.

  • Optical biopsy in diagnostics of colorectal carcinoma, IGA Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic – IGA-7581-3, principal investigator Ladislav Horák (3. Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University), co-investigator Jiří Zavadil (IPE CAS), duration of the project 2003-2005.

  • Special glasses and fibers for applications in the infrared, Czech Science Foundation – 104/05/0878, principal investigator Dimitrij Ležal (IIC CAS), co-investigator Jiří Zavadil (IPE CAS), duration of the project 2005 – 2007.

  • Investigation of the interface between metal nanoparticles and InP for monitoring of undesirable substances, gasses and radiation in the environment, Czech Academy of Sciences – KAN 400670651, principal investigator J. Zavadil (IPE CAS), co-investigator A. Fojtík (Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague), duration of the project 2006 – 2008.

  • Special glass materials for photonics applications, Czech Science Foundation – GA104/08/0734, principal investigator P. Kostka (IIC CAS), co-investigator Jiří Zavadil (IPE CAS), duration of the project 2008 – 2010.

  • Investigation of Lead Iodide for X-ray Detection, Czech Science Foundation – GC104/08/J025, principal investigators A.N. Danilewsky (Univerzity of Freiburg, Germany), J. Maixner (University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague), co-investigator Jiří Zavadil (IPE CAS), duration of the project 2008 – 2010.

  • Nanostructures of Controlled Size and Dimensions, Czech Academy of Sciences – KAN401220801, principal investigator P. Fiala (Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague), co-investigator Jiří Zavadil (IPE CAS), duration of the project 2008 – 2012.

  • Special glasses on the base of heavy metal oxides, Czech Science Foundation – P106/12/2384, principal investigator P. Kostka (IRSM CAS), co-investigator Jiří Zavadil (IPE CAS), duration of the project 2012 – 2014.


Membership in professional organizations:

  • Member of the Union of Czech mathematicians and physicists, and of the Czech physical society


Membership in boards and review panels:

  • Board of doctoral study programme of Electronics (2612V015), Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague (since 2002)

  • Board of doctoral study programme Physics of condensed matter and material research (4F3), Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University (2002 – 2015)

  • Member of review panel of Czech Science Foundation – P204 Physics of condensed matter and materials (2009 – 2010)