The 2010 Prize
- Ing. Vaclav Klika, Ph.D. (1983) presented the thesis Towards long-term prediction of tissue remodelling defended in October 2009 at the Czech Technical University
- Mgr. Petr Marek, Ph.D. (1981) presented the thesis Non-classicality of quantum states: decoherence and purification defended in July 2009 at the Queen's University of Belfast
- Ing. Ondrej Turek, Ph.D. (1982) presented the thesis Schroedinger operators on metric graphs defended in December 2009 at the Czech Technical University
- Ing. Matej Tusek, Ph.D. (1982) presented the thesis Spectral Analysis of Two-Dimensional Quantum Models defended in December 2009 at the Czech Technical University
At its closing session on November 29, 2010, the jury decided to award the main prize to
- Mgr. Petr Marek, Ph.D.
for the thesis Non-classicality of quantum states: decoherence and purification which made important contributions to the problem of decoherence of quantum states in the context of quantum information protocols, in particular for a study of the entanglement properties of a new class of nonclassical states.
The jury also decided to give a honourable mention to the thesis of
- Ing. Vaclav Klika, Ph.D.
entitled Towards long-term prediction of tissue remodelling containing interesting theoretical studies within the framework of non-equilibrium thermodynamics that concern a possible coupling of mechanical loading and chemical reactions in tissues. These theoretical results may find applications in medicine.