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Ing. Kristýna Jílková

Dissertation thesis topic: Electrooptic glass for photonics

Supervisor: doc. Dr. Ing. Martin Havlík Míka

Contact: Kristyna.Jilkova@vscht.cz

Research interests: Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials (special glasses)

Teaching activities

  • Years 2016–2019
    • Laboratory of Chemistry and Technology of Materials Program (Melting of glass)
    • Specialized laboratory – Biomaterials (Melting of bioactive glass)
    • Laboratory of Conservation-Restoration Program (Melting of glass)
    • Summer schools (Melting of glass)
    • consultation of high school and laboratory projects, bachelor and diploma thesis
  • Years 2019–2022
    • consultation of laboratory projects, bachelor and diploma thesis

Research interests

  • Special glasses
  • Optical properties
  • Preparation of glass batches and melting of glasses

Education and degrees

  • Chemistry and Technology of Materials, PhD study (from 2015), UCT Prague, phd thesis Electro-optic glass for photonics
  • Technology of conservation and restoration, Master study (2013–2015), UCT Prague, diploma thesis Optical properties of copies of historical stained glass
  • Technology of Conservation and Restoration, Bachelor study (2010–2013), UCT Prague, bachelor thesis Optical properties of mosaic glass

Career

  • researcher (2016–2019; from 2021), Department of Glass and Ceramics, Faculty of Chemical Technology UCT Prague
  • conservation scientist in the Department of the Technological Laboratory (2019–2020; from 2021), General Directorate National Heritage Institute, Prague
  • researcher – part-time job (2011–2015), Department of Glass and Ceramics, Faculty of Chemical Technology UCT Prague
  • part-time job (2014–2015), Drying Department, National Technical Museum, Prague

Projects

  • GAČR: 19-07456S (2019–2022), Glasses transmitting infrared radiation based on heavy metal oxides – student, preparation of glasses, preparation of publications, Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  • IGA: A2_FCHT_2019_040 (2019–2020), Development of a sensor for monitoring of the water film in exposition chamber – coinvestigator, colority measurements, Department of Glass and Ceramics, Faculty of Chemical Technology, UCT Prague
  • IGA: A2_FCHT_2019_054 (2019–2020), Glasses in the system PbO-Bi2O3-Ga2O3 with Ag0 nanoparticles for electro-optic light modulators – principal investigator, Department of Glass and Ceramics, Faculty of Chemical Technology, UCT Prague
  • https://www.sochyamesta.cz/ – Specialized public database Sochy a města: one of the outputs of the project Czech Art of the 50s–80s of the 20th century in public space: records, surveys and restoration, which was carried out by the Faculty of Restoration of the University of Pardubice and the Department of Chemical Technology of Monument Conservation of the Faculty of Chemical Technology of the UCT Prague with the support of the Ministry of Culture in the program of Applied Research in the Development of National and Cultural Identity (NAKI II, 2016 – 2019) – student, photographic documentation of Domažlice, today's Prague 5 and Prague 6
  • IGA: A2_FCHT_2018_032 (2018–2019), New Electro-Optic Glasses Containing Metal Nanoparticles for Light Modulators – principal investigator, Department of Glass and Ceramics, Faculty of Chemical Technology, UCT Prague
  • IGA: A2_FCHT_2018_036 (2018–2019), Stable artificial copper alloys patinas prepared from gaseous phase – coinvestigator, colority measurements, Department of Glass and Ceramics, Faculty of Chemical Technology, UCT Prague
  • TAČR: TH01010567 (2015–2018), Modulators for free-space optics, student, preparation of glasses and their characterization, Department of Glass and Ceramics, Faculty of Chemical Technology, UCT Prague 

Awards and scholarships

  • 1st place: award from the Czech Glass Society, the best oral presentation, postgraduate conference Inorganic non-metallic materials (2019)
  • Scholarship from Bart foundation, oral presentation, postgraduate conference Inorganic non-metallic materials (2018)
  • 2nd place: student scientific conference, Department of Chemical Technology of Monument Conservation (2012)
  • Award from Glazura s. r. o., Poster, student scientific conference (2012, 2014)
  • Award from Preciosa, Poster, student scientific conference (2012, 2014)
  • scholarship from Preciosa foundation (2012/2013; 2014/2015; 2016/2017; 2017/2018; 2018/2019)

International internships

  • researcher (2015–2016, 6 months); TU-Clausthal Institut of Non-Metallic Materials, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany
  • researcher – part-time job (2013–2014, 6 months); TU-Clausthal Institut of Non-Metallic Materials, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany
  • Erasmus, 1st semester of master study (2013–2014, 6 months), TU-Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany

Publications

Impact factor journal articles

  • Pánová, K.; Jílková, K.; Rohanová, D.; Lahodný, F.; Galusková, D.; Míka, M., Melting Process and Viscosity of Bohemian Historical Glasses Studied on Model Glasses. Minerals 2021, 11 (8), 829. DOI: 10.3390/min11080829
  • Bureš, R., Klajmon, M., Fojt, J., Rak, P., Jílková, K., Stoulil, J., Artificial Patination of Copper and Copper Alloys in Wet Atmosphere with Increased Content of SO2, Coatings 2019, 9, 837. DOI: 10.3390/coatings9120837
  • Jilkova, K., Mika, M., Kostka, P., Lahodny, F., Nekvindova, P., Jankovsky, O., Bures, R., Kavanova, M., Electro-optic glass for light modulators. Non-Cryst. Solids 2019, 518, 51-56. DOI: 10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2019.05.014

Database

https://www.sochyamesta.cz/ – photographic documentation of Domažlice, today's Prague 5 and Prague 6

Updated: 20.9.2022 10:45, Author: Tereza Unger Uhlířová

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