Marie Fialová, PhD student at QMATH
Marie Fialová is working as a PhD student with Centre for the Mathematics of Quantum Theory (QMATH) from 1 October 2018 under supervision of Professor Jan Philip Solovej.
Her PhD project will study new geometric setups for the Aharonov-Bohm effect where the magnetic field is concentrated in closed curved solenoids. The interplay between the geometry of the solenoid and the spectral properties of the quantum systems is of special interest.
Marie obtained her Bachelor and master degrees at the Czech Technical University in Prague - FNSPE (Faculty of Nuclear Science and Physical engineering).
In her master thesis she focused on spectral analysis of the Dirac operator in two dimensions with translationally invariant magnetic fields as a tool for studying graphene. (The thesis title was "Two-dimensional Dirac operator with translationally invariant electromagnetic field").
Marie works in office 04.0.07.