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RNDr. Jiří Čermák, CSc., DSc.

Room319, 121, 121
Phone number+420 532 290 422, +420 532 290 333, +420 532 290 334
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Researcher IDG-1541-2014
Positionresearcher - Structure of Phases and Thermodynamics Group


Král L., Chesalkin A., Čermák J., Roupcová P., Prusov E.: Influence of Fe on the Hydrogen Storage Properties of LaCeNi Alloys. Langmuir 39 (2023) 6061-6068


Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: Hydrogen storage in TiVCrMo and TiZrNbHf multiprinciple-element alloys and their catalytic effect upon hydrogen storage in Mg. Renewable Energy 188 (2022) 411-424

Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: A new light-element multi-principal-elements alloy AlMg2TiZn and its potential for hydrogen storage. Renewable Energy 198 (2022) 1186-1192


Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: Hydrogen desorption from alloys Mg-Cu(-KCl): Cu catalysis in detail. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 46 (2021) 14494-14507

Káňa T., Čermák J., Král L.: Substitution of nickel in Mg2Ni and its hydride with elements from groups XIII and XIV: An ab initio study. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 46 (2021) 15691-15701


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

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


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

Weiser A., Buršíková V., Jarý M., Dymáček P., Dugáček J., Frenzel J., Čermák J., Dlouhý A.: Strength of hydrogen-free and hydrogen-doped Ni50Ti50 shape memory platelets . Scr. Mater. 162 (2019) 151-155

Král L., Čermák J.: Improvement of hydrogen storage properties of Mg by catalytic effect of Al-containing phases in Mg-Al-Ti-Zr-C powders. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 44 (2019) 13561-13568


Ševčíková J., Bártková D., Goldbergová M., Kuběnová M., Čermák J., Frenzel J., Weiser A., Dlouhý A.: On the Ni-Ion release rate from surfaces of binary NiTi shape memory alloys. Appl. Surf. Sci. 427 (2018) 434-443

Čermák J., Král L.: Hydrogen absorption in carbon allotropes and talc. Kovové materiály 56 (2018) 75-80

Čermák J., Král L.: Hydrogen storage behavior of Mg@Mg2Si and Mg@Mg17Al12 alloys with additions of carbon allotropes and talc. J. Alloys Comp. 744 (2018) 252-259


Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: Improvement of hydrogen storage kinetics in ball-milled magnesium doped with antimony. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 42 (2017) 6144-6151


Čermák J., Král L., Roupcová P.: Influence of long-term ageing upon the capacity of hydrogen storage in two novel Mg-Ni-In-C alloys. Kovové materiály 54 (2016) 389-396

Čermák J., Rothová V.: Calculation of ternary interdiffusion coefficients using a single diffusion couple. Kovové materiály 54 (2016) 305-314


Čermák J., Král L.: Extremely slow carbon diffusion in carbon-supersaturated surface of ferrite. Kovové materiály 52 (2014) 125-133

Čermák J., Král L.: Effect of carbon-supersaturation upon the carbon diffusion in 9Cr-1Mo ferrite steel. Mater. Lett. 116 (2014) 402-404

Čermák J., Král L.: Carbon diffusion in carbon-supersaturated ferrite and austenite. J. Alloys Comp. 586 (2014) 129-135


Čermák J., Král L.: Beneficial effect of carbon on hydrogen desorption kinetics from Mg-Ni-In alloy. J. Alloys Comp. 546 (2013) 129-137

Kuběnová M., Zálešák J., Čermák J., Dlouhý A.: Impact of hydrogen-assisted heat treatments on microstructure and transformation path in a Ni-rich NiTi shape memory alloy. J. Alloys Comp. 577S (2013) 287-290


Čermák J., Král L.: Alloying of Mg/Mg2Ni eutectic by chosen non-hydride forming elements: Relation between segregation of the third element and hydride storage capacity. J. Power Sources 197 (2012) 116-120

Čermák J., Král L.: Improvement of hydrogen storage characteristics of Mg/Mg2Ni by alloying: Beneficial effect of In. J. Power Sources 214 (2012) 208-215

Čermák J., Král L.: Ageing of Mg-Ni-H hydrogen storage alloys. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 37 (2012) 14257-14264


Čermák J., David B.: Catalytic effect of Ni, Mg2Ni and Mg2NiH4 upon hydrogen desorption from MgH2. Int. J. Hydrogen Energy 36 (2011) 13614-13620

Number of ProjectName
17-21683S Kinetics of hydrogen storage in new complex hydrides of (Mg-Ni-M-S)-H type
P108/11/0148 Carbon diffusion in carbon-supersaturated ferrite and austenite steels
106/09/0814 Desorption kinetics of hydrogen in Mg2Ni-H intermetallic modified by chosen interstitials
106/07/0010 Diffusion of hydrogen in alloys Mg-Ni modified by chosen elements that suppress the stability of hydrides
2A-1TP1/067 Research into technologies for high potentional heat transfer from a nuclear source
106/04/0228 The role of Fe, Nb and Mo diffusivity in structure stability of FINEMET and NANOPERM – type alloys
106/03/1355 Transport processes during heat treatment in Mg – Al alloys
106/01/0384 Diffusion properties of intermetallics with L12 structure: Ni3Ga as a model system
106/00/0173 Mutual diffusion of substitutional elements in modified Ni3Al intermetallics
106/99/1179 Hydrogen permeation in Ni3Al-based intermetallic alloys
OC P3.110 Simulation of diffusion along grain boundaries
106/96/0261 Grain boundary diffusion in Ni3Al intermetallic modified by iron, chromium and zirconium
IAA2041501 Grain boundary diffusion of nickel in boron - doped Ni3Al, NiAl and in Ni-Al(-B) solid solutions
106/93/0095 Diffusion of Mo, V and W along high-diffusivity paths in BCC Fe-Cr and Fe-Cr-C alloys and in 9%Cr steel P91