The 2010 Prize
- Ing. Vaclav Klika, PhD. (1983) presented the thesis
Towards long-term prediction of tissue remodelling defended in October 2009 at the Czech Technical University
- Mgr. Petr Marek, PhD. (1981) presented the thesis Non-classicality of
quantum states: decoherence and purification defended in July 2009 at the Queen's University of Belfast
- Ing. Ondrej Turek, PhD. (1982) presented the thesis
Schroedinger operators on metric graphs defended in December 2009 at the Czech Technical University
- Ing. Matej Tusek, PhD. (1982) presented the thesis
Spectral Analysis of Two-Dimensional Quantum Models defended in December 2009 at the Czech Technical University
At its closing session on November 29, 2010, the jury decided to award
the main prize to
for the thesis Non-classicality of quantum states: decoherence and purification which made important contributions to the problem of decoherence of quantum states in the context of quantum information protocols, in particular for a study of the entanglement properties of a new class of nonclassical states.
The jury also decided to give a honourable mention to the thesis of
entitled Towards long-term prediction of tissue remodelling containing interesting theoretical studies within the framework of non-equilibrium thermodynamics that concern a possible coupling of mechanical loading and chemical reactions in tissues. These theoretical results may find applications in medicine.
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Last update: December 2, 2010