doc. Mgr. Martin Setvín, Ph.D.
Neuron Prize 2022 for Promising Scientists in physics
For research on non-conductive materials
prof. Tomáš Jungwirth
Neuron Award for a major scientific discovery in physics for antiferromagnets enabling up to a thousand times faster data entry 2018 physics
He found that so-called antiferromagnets allow data writing up to a thousand times faster than conventional storage media
prof. RNDr. Jiří Bičák, DrSc., dr. h. c.
Laureate Neuron Prize for Lifelong Contribution to Science 2014 – Physics
prof. RNDr. Bedřich Velický, CSc.
Laureate Neuron Prize for Lifelong Contribution to Science 2013 – Physics
RNDr. Václav Petříček, Csc.
Laureate of the 2021 Neuron Prize for Lifetime Contribution to Science in the field of physics
For the development of a computational method that significantly shifted the possibilities of accurate determination of atomic structures of solids
Prof. Lenka Zdeborová
Laureate of the 2021 Neuron Prize for promising young scientists in the field of physics
For a complex solution of physical problems using algorithms based on neural networks