I'm from Ostrava and I'm working at the Institute of Physics in Opava as
a lecturer and a research assistant at the Research Centre for
Computational Physics and Data Processing.
My research focuses
mainly on the study of high-frequency quasiperiodic oscillations
observed in the X-ray fluxes of accreting compact objects and their use
to estimate compact objects' parameters. I also participate in teaching
activities and the supervision of the thesis of bachelor's study
programme Environmental monitoring.
In my free time I like
hiking, exploring new places, returning to my favourite places, taking
photos, and reading popular science books. Since I was a child, I have
enjoyed watching various popular science TV shows and documentary series
about planet Earth, astronomy and the Universe. I really appreciate
that now in my professional life I can do what I have always been
interested in. I also appreciate that I can work with colleagues who
have similar interests and that I have had the opportunity to present
our research results at a number of prestigious conferences and
workshops in many amazing places around the world and to meet a lot of
interesting people and well-known experts such as Kip Thorne, Roger
Penrose, Mario Livio or Andrea Ghez.