Prof. Ing. Pavel LEJČEK, DrSc.

Prof. Ing. Pavel LEJČEK, DrSc.

Institute of Physics of the CAS, Czech Republic, EU


At the METAL´19 conference Pavel Lejček will present an invited lecture at the session C.


Academic and Scientific Qualification

2005 Professor: Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague. Field: Metallurgy
2004 Assoc. Prof. (doc.): Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague. Field: materials chemistry
1996 DSc. Level (DrSc.): Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno. Field: technical sciences
1983 Ph.D. degree (CSc.): Institute of Physical Metallurgy, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Brno. Field: physical metallurgy
1973 Master degree (Ing.): Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, field: physical chemistry

 

Professional Practice

2016 - 2019 Visiting Professor at Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan
2012 - 2016 Head of the Division of Condensed Matter Physics
2000 - 2016 Head of the Dept. Metals Physics/Advanced Structural Materials
2005 - Professor, Inst. Metals and Corrosion Engineering, Inst. Chemical Technology (now University of Chemistry and Technology), Prague
2004 - 2005 Assoc. Professor, Inst. Metals and Corrosion Engineering, Inst. Chemical Technology, Prague
1987 - Head of the Laboratory of Crystal Growth Dept. of Metals Physics
1982 - Researcher, Laboratory of Crystal Growth, Dept. of Metals Physics
since 1973 Institute of Solid State Physics, CSAS, Prague, after fusion in 1979: Institute of Physics, CSAS, Prague, since 1993: Institute of Physics, Czech Academy of Sciences.

 

Awards

2002 Memorial Medal of the Fac. Metallurgy, TUKE, Košice, Slovak Republic
2000 Research Award of JSPS, Japan
1997 Japanese Government Research Award for Foreign Specialists
1988 Research Award of the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation
1988 Prize of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences

 

Stays Abroad

2001, 2002 Visiting scientist, ESME, St. Etienne, France (3 months in total)
2000, 2005 Visiting scientist, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan (3 months in total)
1997, 1999 Visiting scientist, Univ. Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA (1 month each year)
1997 Visiting scientist, NRI, Tsukuba, Japan (30 days)
1992, 1994-9 Max-Planck-Society visiting scientist, MPI for Metals Research, Stuttgart, Germany (4 weeks to 6 months each year)
1989, 1991 Max-Planck-Institute for Metals Research, Stuttgart, Germany (Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, 1.5 years in total)

 

Research Focus


Publication activity

More than 1100 citations (without self-citations, according to the Web of Science), h-index = 22.

ORCRID: 0000-0002-6870-0949, Scopus Author ID: 7005562927

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