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Electrical and Magnetic Properties Group

HeadMgr. Martin Friák, Ph.D.
E-mail [javascript protected email address]
Phone number+420 532 290 400

The activities of the group are focused on:

  • theoretical studies of electronic and magnetic properties of disordered alloys, epitaxial multilayers, surfaces and interfaces as well as quantum-mechanical studies of extended defects in metallic materials

  • experimental investigations of relations among structure and magnetic, transport and mechanical properties in metallic materials

In the first topic the research encompasses several topical fields as e.g. surface magnetism, magnetic exchange coupling and spin-dependent transport in multilayered systems, magnetic properties of amorphous materials, solute segregation in bulk disordered alloys and at grain boundaries and computer simulations of atomic configurations of defects. Quantum-mechanical and quantum-statistical methods are applied to these problems, and most studies are performed from the first principles.

The second of the mentioned topics is based on broad experimental macroscopic and micro- scopic investigations of crystal structure in relation to electrical and magnetic properties, both integral and microscopic. Predominate amount of results has been obtained from applications of Mossbauer spectroscopy. Crystalline, microcrystalline, nanocrystalline and amorphous materials have been investigated. The main idea is to obtain a deeper understanding of relations between changes in crystalline structure in dependence on heat and mechanical treatment, and electrical and magnetic properties.

The most important projects in the group within last five years have been oriented on:

  • first-principles investigations of two-dimensional alloy magnetism and electron transport in magnetic multilayers

  • first-principles studies of theoretical strength, phase stability and magnetism in metals and intermetallics

  • atomistic studies of grain boundaries in metallic materials and development of relevant quantum-mechanical techniques

  • influence of method of preparation, heat and mechanical treatments on structure and properties of nanocrystalline materials

  • structure and properties of metallic and oxidic magnetic materials prepared by non- traditional technologies

  • role of defects in electrical, magnetic and mechanical properties of ordered intermetallic systems.

Special software CONFIT2000 for Mössbauer spectra treating has been created in the group.


NamePhone numbersRoomsE-mail
Ing. Yvonna Jirásková, Ph.D. +420 532 290 446305 [javascript protected email address]
RNDr. Naděžda Pizúrová, Ph.D. +420 532 290 447306 [javascript protected email address]
Ing. Pavel Procházka, Ph.D. +420 532 290 462426 [javascript protected email address]
Ing. Pavla Roupcová, Ph.D. +420 532 290 424322 [javascript protected email address]
Ing. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc. +420 532 290 434315 [javascript protected email address]
prof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc. +420 532 290 455419 [javascript protected email address]
Ing. Eva Švábenská, Ph.D. +420 532 290 436313 [javascript protected email address]
doc. RNDr. Ilja Turek, DrSc. +420 532 290 437311 [javascript protected email address]


NamePhone numbersRoomsE-mail
RNDr. Miroslav Hapla +420 532 290 462426 [javascript protected email address]
Ján Mateovič +420 532 290 313Lab.
Michal Radkovič +420 532 290 312120

Phd students

NamePhone numbersRoomsE-mail
Ing. Petr Klíma +420 532 290 462426 [javascript protected email address]

Diploma students

NamePhone numbersRoomsE-mail
Bc. Ivana Miháliková +420 532 290 421318 [javascript protected email address]
Bc. František Zažímal +420 532 290 421318 [javascript protected email address]

Project numberNameInvestigator
21-31852J Vlastnosti nanoprášků připravených pulzním elektronovým svazkem při nízkém tlaku plynuRNDr. Naděžda Pizúrová, Ph.D.
20-16130S Multifunctional properties of powdered Ni-Mn-Sn intermetallicsMgr. Martin Friák, Ph.D.
19-23411S Interplay of plasticity and magnetism in alpha-iron and chromiumdoc. Ing. Roman Gröger, Ph.D.
CZ.02.1.01/0.0/17_048/0007399 New Composite Materials for Environmental Applications (NKMEA)Ing. Yvonna Jirásková, Ph.D.
8J18AT008 Theory-guided design of novel superlattice nanocompositesMgr. Martin Friák, Ph.D.


Project numberNameInvestigator
8J19UA037 Non-Schmid behavior of dislocations in magnesium and its alloysMgr. Andrej Ostapovec, Ph.D.
18-07172S Topical problems in theory of manipulation of spin polarization in bulk and layered systemsdoc. RNDr. Ilja Turek, DrSc.
17-22139S Theory-guided design of novel Fe-Al-based superalloysMgr. Martin Friák, Ph.D.
16-24711S Structure and properties of selected nanocompositesprof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc.
16-24402S Interaction of prismatic dislocation loops in alpha iron and tungstenMgr. Jan Fikar, Ph.D.
16-14599S Mechanisms of plastic deformation and twinning interfaces in hexagonal metalsMgr. Andrej Ostapovec, Ph.D.
16-13797S Origin and mechanism of anomalous slip in non-magnetic bcc metalsdoc. Ing. Roman Gröger, Ph.D.
15-13436S Relativistic effects in the response of spin-polarized electrons to external fieldsdoc. RNDr. Ilja Turek, DrSc.
TE02000232 Special rotary machine engineering centreIng. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
M100411202 Theoretical and experimental investigation of strength of transition-metal disilicidesprof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc.
7AMB12SK009 Microstructure of Fe-Al based alloysIng. Yvonna Jirásková, Ph.D.
GAP108-12-0311 Strength, embrittlement and magnetism of clean and impurity-segregated grain boundaries in metallic materialsprof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc.
OC10008 Strength and magnetism of compositesprof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc.
P204/11/1228 Theory of spin-dependent transport in magnetic solids and nanostructuresdoc. RNDr. Ilja Turek, DrSc.
P108/11/1350 Effects of cores and boundaries of nanograins on the structural and physical properties of ball milled and mechanically alloyed iron-based materialsIng. Yvonna Jirásková, Ph.D.
P204/10/0255 Calculation of the Peierls barrier in bcc metals and its dependence on stressdoc. Ing. Roman Gröger, Ph.D.
Marie-Curie International Reintegration Grant (IRG), No. 247705 “MesoPhysDef” Mesoscopic framework for modeling physical processes in multiphase materials with defectsdoc. Ing. Roman Gröger, Ph.D.
OC09011 Multiscale modelling of structure and properties of nanowiresprof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc.
IAA100100920 Theoretical and experimental study of interfaces and martensitic phase transitionsprof. RNDr. Mojmír Šob, DrSc.
106/08/1440 Iron and iron oxide nanoparticles with applications in the magnetic separation processesIng. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
A100100616 Electronic structure and physical properties of materials for nanoelectronicsdoc. RNDr. Ilja Turek, DrSc.
VC 1M 0512 Research center of powdered nanomaterialsIng. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
202/05/2111 Structure and magnetic properties of amorphous and nanocrystalline Fe(Ni)MoCuB based alloysIng. Yvonna Jirásková, Ph.D.
202/04/0583 Ab initio theory of magnetic semiconductorsdoc. RNDr. Ilja Turek, DrSc.
A1041404 Atomic ordering at surfaces and interfaces of alloys of 3d metalsIng. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
202/04/0221 Structure, electrical and magnetic properties of nanocrystalline materials composed of carbon and 3d transition metalsIng. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
OC 526.40, 1P04OC 526.40 Optimization of heat treatment of magnetic materials applying the thermomagnetic curves data
S2041105 Surfaces and interfaces in structural materials - applications of modern technologies and computer modellingIng. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.


Software CONFIT2000 version 4.12.39 (new): Mössbauer spectra fitting

Contact person:
This application allows a complex treatment of Mössbauer spectra starting from a setting of the background and of the individual components according to the selected model by the mouse drag-and-drop technique. It is designed for the spectroscopy of 57Fe and 119Sn isotopes with nuclear spin values of 1/2 and 3/2. An original method has been applied combining a non-linear least-squares procedure with the Fast Fourier Transform technique. An improved matrix formalism allows one to construct nearly all imaginable physical models of Mössbauer spectra supported by a computer-aided matrix model design. It is possible to introduce not only hyperfine magnetic field distributions, but now also doublets quadrupole splitting distribution with a Gaussian profile. In the connection with the distribution it is always supposed that the quadrupole interaction is much weaker than the magnetic one. When the final thickness of the sample has to be considered, the transmission integral calculation can be established. A special parameter can be introduced that characterises the increase in the width of all spectra lines in dependence on their distance from the spectrum middle (on the absolute velocity). The fitted spectra can be taken in the transmission or back-scattering (conversion electrons) geometry. The fitting process is very fast also for complicated spectra.

Quantum-mechanical (ab-initio or first-principles) methods

Contact person: Mgr. Martin Friák, Ph.D.
for electronic structure calculations

Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectrometry (GD-OES) - GD-PROFILER 2 by HORIBA Jobin Yvon

Contact person: Ing. Eva Švábenská, Ph.D.
RF Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectrometry (RF-GD-OES) can provide both the surface and bulk composition to all elements for almost all solid materials, including metals, metal coatings, semiconductors, polymer coatings, glass, ceramics, etc.

X-ray powder diffractometer – Empyrean

Contact person: Ing. Pavla Roupcová, Ph.D.
X-ray powder diffractometer Empyrean (PanAnalytical) with Bragg-Brentano and parallel beam geometry.

Physical Property Measurement System (PPMS©) 9T

Contact person: Ing. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
EverCool II (2 - 400 K; 0 - 9 T)

VSM magnetometers

Contact person: RNDr. Miroslav Hapla
5 – 1073 K

Planetary Micro Mill PULVERISETTE 7 premium line

Contact person: Ing. Yvonna Jirásková, Ph.D.
● optimal for hard, medium-hard, and britttle materials; ● 2 milling positions; ● grinding size of the bowl 80 ml; ● sample quantity 20 ml (min), 70 ml (max); ● material of grinding tools: tempered steel, stainless steel, zirconium oxide; ● dry/wet grinding process; ● milling in inert atmosphere; ● 100 up to 1100 rpm rotational speed

Quadrupole mass spectrometer

Contact person: Ing. Pavla Roupcová, Ph.D.
For the furnace atmosphere

Mössbauer spectrometers

Contact person: Ing. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
5 – 1300 K

Furnaces for heat treatment of materials

Contact person: Ing. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
Oil free vacuum or gas atmosphere, up to 1300 K

Remagraph-Remacomp Combination C710

Contact person: Ing. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
at room temperature

Spark erosion system for material synthesis

Contact person: Ing. Oldřich Schneeweiss, DrSc.
Powder production

Equipments for measurements of electrical resistivity

Contact person: Ing. Pavla Roupcová, Ph.D.
300 – 1000 K

Equipments for measurements of magnetoresistance

Contact person: Ing. Pavla Roupcová, Ph.D.
80 – 900 K, 1 T


Friák M., Mazalová M., Turek I., Zemanová A., Kastil J., Kamarad J., Míšek M., Arnold Z., Schneeweiss O., Všianská M., Zelený M., Kroupa A., Pavlů J., Šob M.: An Ab Initio Study of Pressure-Induced Changes of Magnetism in Austenitic Stoichiometric Ni2MnSn. Materials 14 (2021) 523

Vasić M., Žák T., Pizúrová N., Stojković Simatović I., Minić D.: Influence of Thermal Treatment on Microstructure and Corrosion Behavior of Amorphous Fe40Ni40B12Si8 Alloy. Metall. Mater. Trans. A 52 (2021) 34-45

Švábenská E., Chlupová A., Foldyna J., Schneeweiss O.: Evolution of Microstructure of Silicon Steel After Pulsating Water Jet Treatment. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering Advances (2021) 219-228

Životský O., Markov D., Hrabovská K., Buršík J., Jirásková Y.: Analysis of Magneto-Optical Hysteresis Loops of Amorphous and Surface-Crystalline Fe-Based Ribbons. Materials 14 (2021) 1-12

Životský O., Luňáček J., Jirásková Y., Buršík J., Ederer J., Janoš P., Cabanova K.: Influence of annealing temperature on degradation efficiency and iron oxide transformations in CeO2/Fe-oxide sorbents. AIP Adv. 11 (2021) 015308

Lejček P., Hofmann S., Všianská M., Šob M.: Entropy matters in grain boundary segregation. Acta Mater. 206 (2021) 116597

Perovič M., Boskovic M., Kusigerski V., Jagličič Z., Blanusa J., Spasojevic V., Pizúrová N., Schneeweiss O.: Search for high temperature memory effets in magnetic nanoparticles. J. Alloys Comp. 855 (2021) 157523


Mazalová M., Všianská M., Pavlů J., Šob M.: The Effect of Vacancies on Grain Boundary Segregation in Ferromagnetic fcc Ni. Nanomaterials 10 (2020) 691

Hrabovská K., Životský O., Rojicek J., Fusek M., Mares V., Jirásková Y.: Surface Magnetostriction of FeCoB Amorphous Ribbons Analyzed Using Magneto-Optical Kerr Microscopy. Materials 13 (2020) 1-15

Jirásková Y., Pizúrová N., Friák M., Janičkovič D.: Structural and Magnetic Study of Fe-Al20-(Ti, Nb) Alloys. Acta Phys. Pol. A 137 (2020) 835-838

Polsterová S., Friák M., Všianská M., Šob M.: Quantum-Mechanical Assessment of the Energetics of Silver Decahedron Nanoparticles. Nanomaterials 10 (2020) 767

Turek I., Kudrnovský J., Drchal V.: Theory of spin Hall effect in random Pt-M (M = V, Nb, Ta) alloys. Acta Phys. Pol. A 137 (2020) 717-719

Abdoshahi N., Spoerk-Erdely P., Friák M., Mayer S., Šob M., Holec D.: Ab initio study of chemical disorder as an effective stabilizing mechanism of bcc-based TiAl(+Mo). Phys. Rev. Mater. 4 (2020) 103604

Dymáček P., Dobeš F., Jarý M., Jirásková Y., Pizúrová N., Friák M.: Small punch testing of Fe-Al based alloys with Ti and Nb additions. IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 723 (2020) 012006

Wagenknecht D., Výborný K., Carva K., Turek I.: Antiferromagnetic CuMnAs: Ab initio description of finite temperature magnetism and resistivity. J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 513 (2020) 167078

Kudrnovský J., Drchal V., Máca F., Turek I., Khmelevskyi S.: Large anomalous Hall angle in the Fe(60)Al(40) alloy induced by substitutional atomic disorder. Phys. Rev. B 101 (2020) 054437

Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: Significant decrease of hydride decomposition enthalpy in ordered Mg-In alloys induced by growing hydrogen concentration. Kovové materiály 58 (2020) 161-167

Friák M., Černý M., Všianská M., Šob M.: Impact of antiphase boundaries on structural, magnetic and vibrational properties of Fe3Al. Materials 13 (2020) 4884

Wagenknecht D., Turek I.: Anisotropy of resistivity in hexagonal late transition metals and their alloys. J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 32 (2020) 185802

Procházka I., Vlasák T., Čížek J., Lukáč F., Liedke M., Anwand W., Jirásková Y., Janickovic D.: Quenched-in Vacancies and Hardening of Fe-Al Intermetallics. Acta Phys. Pol. A 137 (2020) 255-259

Dobeš F., Dymáček P., Friák M.: Creep of Heusler-type alloy Fe-25Al-25Co. Crystals 10 (2020) 52

Jirásková Y., Buršík J., Ederer J., Janoš P., Jurica J., Luňáček J., Životský O.: Effect of magnetite transformations on degradation efficiency of cerium dioxide-magnetite composite. Journal of Materials Research and Technology 9 (2020) 4431-4439

Friák M., Lago D., Koutná N., Holec D., Rebok T., Šob M.: Multi-phase ELAStic Aggregates (MELASA) software tool for modeling anisotropic elastic properties of lamellar composites. Computer Physics Communications 247 (2020) 106863

Stratil L., Horník V., Dymáček P., Roupcová P., Svoboda J.: The Influence of Aluminum Content on Oxidation Resistance of New-Generation ODS Alloy at 1200°C. Metals 10 (2020) 1478

Švábenská E., Pizúrová N., Roupcová P., Chlupová A., Brajer J., Foldyna J., Schneeweiss O.: Effect of shock wave on microstructure of silicon steel. Surfaces and Interfaces 20 (2020) 100415-100425

Koutná N., Hahn R., Zálešák J., Friák M., Bartosik M., Keckes J., Šob M., Mayrhofer P., Holec D.: Point-defect engineering of MoN/TaN superlattice films: A first-principles and experimental study. Mater. & Design 186 (2020) 108211

Friák M., Golian M., Holec D., Koutná N., Šob M.: An ab initio study of magnetism in disordered Fe-Al alloys with thermal antiphase boundaries. Nanomaterials 10 (2020) 44

Turek I., Kudrnovský J., Drchal V.: Methods of electron transport in ab initio theory of spin stiffness. Phys. Rev. B 101 (2020) 134410

Hlaváček A., Křivánková J., Pizúrová N., Václavek T., Foret F.: Photon-upconversion barcode for monitoring an enzymatic reaction with a fluorescence reporter in droplet microfluidics. Analyst 145 (2020) 7718-7723

Nikodym M., Luňáček J., Jirásková Y., Janoš P., Jurica J., Životský O.: Fe-Oxide/CeO2 Composites - Magnetization Curves and Their Analyses Using the Jiles-Atherton Model. Acta Phys. Pol. A 137 (2020) 601-603

Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: Significantly decreased stability of MgH2 in the Mg-In-C alloy system: Long-period-stacking-ordering as a new way how to improve performance of hydrogen storage alloys?. Renewable Energy 150 (2020) 204-212


Hlaváček A., Mickert M., Soukka T., Lahtinen S., Tallgren T., Pizúrová N., Król A., Gorris H.: Large-Scale Purification of Photon-Upconversion Nanoparticles by Gel Electrophoresis for Analogue and Digital Bioassays. Anal. Chem. 91 (2019) 1241-1246

Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: Improved hydrogen sorption kinetics in Mg modified by chosen catalysts. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 44 (2019) 8315-8324

Vallejos S., Grácia I., Pizúrová N., Čechal J., Hubálek J., Cané C.: Gas sensitive ZnO structures with reduced humidity-interference. Sensors and Actuators B 301 (2019) 127054

Jirásková Y., Buršík J., Janoš P., Luňáček J., Chrobak A., Životský O.: Effect of Iron Impurities on Magnetic Properties of Nanosized CeO2 and Ce-Based Compounds. Metals 9 (2019) 222

Kudrnovský J., Drchal V., Turek I., Wagenknecht D., Khmelevskyi S.: The spin-disorder resistivity: The disordered local moment approach. Solid State Phenom. 289 (2019) 185-191

Dymáček P., Dobeš F., Jirásková Y., Pizúrová N., Friák M.: Tensile, creep and fracture testing of prospective Fe-Al-based alloys using miniature specimens. Theor. Appl. Fract. Mech. 99 (2019) 18-26

Koutná N., Řehák P., Chen Z., Bartosik M., Fallmann M., Černý M., Zhang Z., Friák M., Šob M., Mayrhofer P., Holec D.: Correlating structural and mechanical properties of AlN/TiN superlattice films. Scr. Mater. 165 (2019) 159-163

Elhadidy H., Mahi F., Franc J., Schneeweiss O.: Calculations of High-Frequency Noise Spectral Density of Different CdTe Metal-Semiconductor-Metal Schottky Contacts. J. Electronic Mater. 11 (2019) 1-7

Životský O., Buršík J., Janičkovič D., Titov A., Jirásková Y.: Low-temperature magnetic transitions in Fe2MnSi Heusler alloys prepared in bulk and ribbon form. J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 475 (2019) 5-9

Wagenknecht D., Šmejkal L., Kašpar Z., Sinova J., Jungwirth T., Kudrnovský J., Carva K., Turek I.: Temperature-dependent resistivity and anomalous Hall effect in NiMnSb from first principles. Phys. Rev. B 99 (2019) 174433

Černý M., Šesták P., Řehák P., Všianská M., Šob M.: Atomistic approaches to cleavage of interfaces. Model. Simul. Mater. Sci. Eng. 27 (2019) 035007

Meng F., Zhen Y., Všianská M., Friák M., Šob M.: Theoretical investigations on structural, elastic, thermodynamic and electronic properties of Al3Ti and Al3V compounds in L12 structure under high pressure. Mat. Res. Express 6 (2019) 056536

Kroupa A., Pavlů J., Šob M.: Professor Jan Vřešťál and His Contributions Towards the Implementing of Ab Initio Data into the CALPHAD Method and Extension of the Phase Diagram Calculations Down to 0 K. J. Phase Equil. Diffus. 40 (2019) 3-9

Rao Z., Ponge D., Koermann F., Ikeda Y., Schneeweiss O., Friák M., Neugebauer J., Raabe D., Li Z.: Invar effects in FeNiCo medium entropy alloys: From an Invar treasure map to alloy design. Intermetallics 111 (2019) 106520

Káňa T., Zouhar M., Černý M., Šob M.: Ab initio study of the theoretical strength and magnetism of the Fe-Pd, Fe-Pt and Fe-Cu nanocomposites. J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 469 (2019) 100-107

Turek I., Kudrnovský J., Drchal V.: Ab initio theory of the spin-dependent conductivity tensor and the spin Hall effect in random alloys. Phys. Rev. B 100 (2019) 134435

Kamarad J., Friák M., Kastil J., Schneeweiss O., Šob M., Dlouhý A.: Effect of high pressure on magnetic properties of CrMnFeCoNi high entropy alloy. J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 487 (2019) 165333

Friák M., Všianská M., Šob M.: A quantum-mechanical study of clean and Cr-segregated antiphase boundaries in Fe3Al. Materials 12 (2019) 3954

Vykoukal V., Buršík J., Roupcová P., Cullen D., Pinkas J.: Solvothermal hot injection synthesis of core-shell AgNi nanoparticles. J. Alloys Comp. 770 (2019) 377-385

Halasová M., Kuběna I., Roupcová P., Černý M., Strachota A., Chlup Z.: Iron precipitation in basalt fibres embedded in partially pyrolysed methylsiloxane matrix. Composites Part A 123 (2019) 286-292

Kudrnovský J., Drchal V., Máca F., Turek I., Khmelevskyi S.: Electron transport in high-entropy alloys: AlxCrFeCoNi as a case study. Phys. Rev. B 100 (2019) 014441

Friák M., Buršíková V., Pizúrová N., Pavlů J., Jirásková Y., Homola V., Miháliková I., Slávik A., Holec D., Všianská M., Koutná N., Fikar J., Janičkovič D., Šob M., Neugebauer J.: Elasticity of Phases in Fe-Al-Ti Superalloys: Impact of Atomic Order and Anti-Phase Boundaries. Crystals 9 (2019) 299

Bazhukova I., Sokovnin S., Ilves V., Myshkina A., Vazirov R., Pizúrová N., Kasyanova V.: Luminescence and optical properties of cerium oxide nanoparticles. Optical Materials 92 (2019) 136-142

Kroupa A., Vykoukal V., Káňa T., Zemanová A., Pinkas J., Šob M.: The theoretical and experimental study of the Sb-Sn nano-alloys. CALPHAD 64 (2019) 90-96

Wagenknecht D., Kudrnovský J., Šmejkal L., Carva K., Turek I.: Electrical transport with temperature-induced spin disorder in NiMnSb. J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 474 (2019) 517-521

Meng F., Všianská M., Friák M., Šob M.: Surface-induced magnetism in intermetallics: Ni3Ge compound as a case study. J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 474 (2019) 273-281

Jirásková Y., Buršík J., Janičkovič D., Životský O.: Influence of Preparation Technology on Microstructural and Magnetic Properties of Fe2MnSi and Fe2MnAl Heusler Alloys. Materials 12 (2019) 1-14

Dobeš F., Dymáček P., Friák M.: The Influence of Niobium Additions on Creep Resistance of Fe-27 at. % Al Alloys. Metals 9 (2019) 739

Kotoul M., Skalka P., Profant T., Friák M., Řehák P., Šesták P., Černý M., Pokluda J.: Ab initio aided strain gradient elasticity theory in prediction of nanocomponent fracture. Mech. Mater. 136 (2019) 103074

Akram S., Babutskyi A., Chrysanthou A., Montalvao D., Pizúrová N.: Effect of Alternating Magnetic Field on the Fatigue Behaviour of EN8 Steel and 2014-T6 Aluminium Alloy. Metals 9 (2019) 984

Miháliková I., Friák M., Koutná N., Holec D., Šob M.: An Ab Initio Study of Vacancies in Disordered Magnetic Systems: A Case Study of Fe-Rich Fe-Al Phases. Materials 12 (2019) 1430

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