Tomáš Jungwirth - Biography#


Between 1994 and 2004 PhD, postdoctoral, and research training in the United States (University of Indiana and University of Texas) in condensed matter physics, materials science, collective phenomena electronic properties of semiconductor nanostructures. Focus on research of low-dimensional semiconductor systems and quantum Hall effect. From 2004 Chair-Professor at University of Nottingham, UK. Focus on research of anomalous and spin Hall effects and ferromagnetic semiconductors. In 2007 founded the Department of Spintronics and Nanoelectronics at the Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. Focus on research of ferromagnetic, antiferromagnetic and non-magnetic spintronic devices.

Joint publications with groups from Columbia University, USA, Princeton University, USA, California Institute of Technology, USA, Harward University, USA, University of Notre Dame, USA, Univeristy of Buffalo, USA, University of Texas, USA, Texas A&M University, USA, University of California, USA; Yale University, USA, Trent University, Canada, University of Wellington, New Zealand, University of Tokyo, Japan, Osaka University, Japan, Tohoku University, Japan, Korea University, South Korea, Scuola Normale Superiore, Italy, University of Regensburg, Germany, University of Wuerzburg, Germany, University of Bochum, Germany, University of Dresden, Germany, University of Nottingham, UK, University of Lancaster, UK, Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory, UK, University of Cambridge, UK, University Paris Sud, France, Academy of Sciences, Poland, etc.

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