Mgr. Daniel Staško
- Magnetic Properties Group
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Ke Karlovu 2026/5, Praha 2
2020 - : PhD studies at the Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University (FMP CU); the topic of the thesis ‘Crystallographic and electronic properties of rare-earth A2B2O7 oxides under extreme conditions’, supervisor RNDr. Milan Klicpera, Ph.D.
2018-2020: Master studies at FMP CU; the topic of the thesis ‘Pressure effects on physical properties of a selected Ce-based compound’.
2015-2018: Bachelor studies at FMP CU, General Physics; ‘Compressibility of an intermetallic compound’.
High pressure experiments (piston-cylinder cells, Bridgman anvil cells). Resistivity, magnetization, magnetic susceptibility, specific heat and compressibility measurements. Basic diffraction experiments (Laue and powder diffraction). Single crystal growth (Czochralski pulling method).
Fields of interest:
Physical properties (mostly crystallographic and electronic) of -4f oxides, mainly single crystals, structural stability, geometric frustrations and their tuning by high pressure, magnetic transitions and magnetic structures of intermetallics and oxides.