Several centres function at the Department. They support scientific activities of young scientists. Mathematical physics is developed in co-operation with the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Czech Academy of Science (UJF AV ČR) in the Doppler Institute (http://doppler.ujf.cas.cz/). Development and Transfer of advanced technologies of the world’s leading laboratories is ensured by the Centre of Applied Physics and Advanced Detector Systems (http://capads.fjfi.cvut.cz/).
The Doppler Institute (DI) was founded in 1993. Its activity is financed by external sources (grants). Its staff are employees of FJFI (from the Department of Mathematics and Physics), of the Czech Academy of Science (from the Institute of Nuclear Physics) and of the University in Hradec Králové. The Doppler Institute focuses on science and research and educates engineering and PhD students in the science of mathematical physics with an emphasis on the latest trends in mathematical and quantum physics. Arising from this, DI has established close co-operation with leading specialists from other institutes (AV ČR, MFF UK, foreign institutes). The educational object of DI is to help talented students and PhD students in their bachelor’s projects, research work, master´s theses and doctoral dissertations in interesting fields of interest. DI also supplies contacts with specialists from abroad. In agreement with its programme it organizes its regular Doppler Institute Seminar, Quantum Circle and other lectures and seminars, arranges regular colloquia “Integrable systems”, runs the regular Students ´Winter School “Mathematical Physics”, organizes scientific international conferences , takes care of international student exchanges.
Center of Applied Physics and Advanced Detection Systems
The Laboratory of advanced detection technologies is a leading university laboratory in the field of research and development of new technologies of ionizing radiation detection.
Its activities are as follows:
Research and development of cutting-edge technologies for the detection of ionising radiation.
Participation in instrumentation of leading international experiments in particle physics.
Study of technology transfer from fundamental research to practical applications.
Integration of our students into international top-research projects.