IoP AS CR, v. v. i., Prague, Czech Republic, EU

Specialization: Spintronics, Nanoelectronics

T. Jungwirth (45) has received his M.S. degree in physics in 1991 and PhD. degree in condensed matter physics (both) at the Charles University, Czech Republic. He passed the postdoctoral fellow in Indiana University (USA) in 1997-1999 and research fellow at the University of Texas (USA) in 2000-2002. From 2004 he is the profesor at the University of Nottingham (UK)

Professional experience:

condensed matter physics; materials science; many-body phenomena; electronic properties of semiconductor heterostructures, low-dimensional systems, and nanostructures; quan-tum Hall efects; carrier-mediated ferromagnetism in diluted magnetic semiconductors; magnetic, magneto-transport and magneto-optical properties of ferromagnetic semicon-ductors; spin-orbit coupling phenomena; anisotropic magnetoresistace in magnetic bulkand nano-devices, anomalous and spin Hall efects, metal and semiconductor spintronics

Accomplishments, awards, and international recognition:

150 publicationsin international peer-reviewed journals (including 23 Physical Review Letters, Reviews of Modern Physics, Science, Nature, Nature Materials, Nature Physics, and Nature Nanotechnology articles); 5200 citations (without self-citations); h-index 37,

European Research Council Advanced Grant (2011-2015)-Spintronics based on relativistic phenomena in systems with zero magnetic moment

Thomson Scientific: In Cites - The Top 3 Hot Papers in Physics: January 2007, March 2007, May 2007; Sci Bytes - Hot Paper in Physics 2006; Essential Science Indicators - 5th most cited author in "The Hall Efect" Special Topic in 1995- 2005, Special Topics Interview 2006; ScienceWatch The Hottest Research of 2004- 2005 (37th most cited article in all sciences), What's hot in Physics: March/April 2006 (9th most cited in physics), May/June 2006 (9th), July/August 2006 (6th), September/October 2006 (2nd a 8th), January/February 2007 (10th)

Memeber of the Learned Society of the Czech Republic, 2009

Patent applications:

1. J. Wunderlich, D. Williams, T. Jungwirth, A. Irvine, B. Gallagher Single-charge tunneling device App. No. EP20060110428, Publ. No. EP1830410, CN101026188, US2007200156, JP2007227879; granted in the U.S. under US7893426

2. J. Wunderlich, C. Chappert, T. Jungwirth, J. Zemen, B. Gallagher, T. Devolder Magnetoreistive device App. No. EP20070112497, Publ. No. EP2015307, KR20090007201, US2009016098, JP2009021586, CN101345079

3. J.Wunderlich, B.-G. Park, A. Shick, T. Jungwirth, F. M_aca Magnetoresistive device App. No. EP20070121701, Publ. No. EP2065886, US2009146232, JP2009130371; granted in the U.S. under US7939870

4. J. Wunderlich, T. Jungwirth, A. Irwine, J. Sinova Spin-polarized charge carrier de- vice App. No. EP20080169560, Publ. No. EP2190022, US2010123133, KR20100056960, JP2010122211