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Transition Metal Oxide Materials

Mixed transition metal oxides form a wide group of inorganic materials which, due to their specific properties given by the electron configuration and the character of the valence electrons, find extensive use as materials for electronics, energy applications, chemical catalysis etc.

Group Profile

In our laboratory, we study technology of preparation of mixed oxides of transition metals (TM and RE) and their properties. Our attention is focused, in particular, on high-temperature superconductors, layered cobalt oxides for high temperature thermoelectric conversion, manganate perovskites with colossal magnetoresistance, ZnO doped with magnetic impurities, niobates and tantalates for ferroelectric memories and optoelectronics or lanthanides-doped oxides for use in LEDs or scintillation technologies. Our aim is to find relationship between chemical composition, structure and the resulting properties of these materials.

Our research is supported by grants from the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic, the Czech Academy of Sciences, and RVO Ministry of Education Youth and Sports CZ funds.

Research Team

Group Head

assoc. prof. Ing. Kateřina Rubešová, Ph.D.

Research Team

Vít Jakeš, Ph.D.
Ladislav Nádherný, Ph.D.

prof. Dr. David Sedmidubský
prof. Miloš Nevriva, DrSc.

PGS Students

Dana Mikolášová
Tomáš Thoř

Undergraduate Students

Václav Doležal
Jan Havlíček
Tomáš Tomáško
Lukáš Blažek


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Updated: 21.4.2018 12:47, Author: Ladislav Nádherný

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