prof. Ing. Hanuš Seiner, Ph.D. DSc.


Position:  Head of department
Department:  Department D 5 - Ultrasonic Methods
Phone: (+420) 266053672
Location:  Main Building, Dolejškova 1402/5, Praha
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WoS Researcher ID: G-9759-2014
ORCID: http://www.orcid.org/0000-0002-1151-7270
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Born in 1981 in Pardubice, Czech Republic.

2004 - Ing. (MSc.) degree, Department of Materials, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, CTU in Prague
2008 - Ph.D. degree, Department of Materials, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, CTU in Prague
2016 - associate professor in Applied Physics, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, CTU in Prague
2021 - research professor (DSc.) in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Czech Academy of Sciences
2022 - full professor in Engineering Physics and Materials, CTU in Prague

since 2003 - employee of the Institute of Thermomechanics, CAS
2011 - 2018 deputy head of the Department of Ultrasonic Methods IT CAS
since 2018 head of the Department of Ultrasonic Methods IT CAS
since 2022 head of the Section for Solid Mechanics IT CAS

Research stays:
2006 - TTU Tallinn, Estonia (2 weeks)
2007 - Oxford University, UK (1 month)
2013 - Leibniz Institute for Solid State Physics, IFW Dresden, Germany (6 weeks)
2017/2018 - University of Minnesota, USA (10 months, Fulbright Scholarship)

Awards:
1999 - Jaroslav Heyrovský Foundation Award
2014 a 2016 - CRYTUR Foundation Award (as supervisor)
2016 - Otto Wichterle Award
2017 - J. William Fulbright Commission Scholarship

Selected publications

(see my ResearcherID for a full list and citations counts)

1. Straka, L., Heczko, O., Seiner, H., Lanska, N., Drahokoupil, J., Soroka, A., Fähler, S., Hänninen, H., Sozinov, A. Highly mobile twinned interface in 10 M modulated Ni-Mn-Ga martensite: Analysis beyond the tetragonal approximation of lattice (2011) Acta Materialia, 59 (20), pp. 7450-7463.

2. Heczko, O., Straka, L., Seiner, H. Different microstructures of mobile twin boundaries in 10 M modulated Ni-Mn-Ga martensite (2013) Acta Materialia, 61 (2), pp. 622-631.

3. Straka, L., Soroka, A., Seiner, H., Hänninen, H., Sozinov, A. Temperature dependence of twinning stress of Type i and Type II twins in 10M modulated Ni-Mn-Ga martensite (2012) Scripta Materialia, 67 (1), pp. 25-28.

4. Sedlák, P., Seiner, H., Zídek, J., Janovská, M., Landa, M. Determination of All 21 Independent Elastic Coefficients of Generally Anisotropic Solids by Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy: Benchmark Examples (2014) Experimental Mechanics, 54 (6), pp. 1073-1085.

5. Seiner, H., Straka, L., Heczko, O. A microstructural model of motion of macro-twin interfaces in Ni-Mn-Ga 10 M martensite (2014) Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 64 (1), pp. 198-211.

6. Kabla, M., Seiner, H., Musilova, M., Landa, M., Shilo, D. The relationships between sputter deposition conditions, grain size, and phase transformation temperatures in NiTi thin films (2014) Acta Materialia, 70, pp. 79-91.

7. Šittner, P., Sedlák, P., Seiner, H., Sedmák, P., Pilch, J., Delville, R., Heller, L., Kadeřávek, L. On the coupling between martensitic transformation and plasticity in NiTi: Experiments and continuum based modelling (2018) Progress in Materials Science, 98, pp. 249-298.

8. Seiner, H., Plucinsky, P., Dabade, V., Benešová, B., James, R.D. Branching of twins in shape memory alloys revisited (2020) Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 141, art. no. 103961.

9. Xu, S., Odaira, T., Sato, S., Xu, X., Omori, T., Harjo, S., Kawasaki, T., Seiner, H., Zoubková, K., Murakami, Y., Kainuma, R. Non-Hookean large elastic deformation in bulk crystalline metals (2022) Nature Communications, 13 (1), art. no. 5307.

10. Seiner, H., Sedlák, P., Frost, M., Šittner, P. Kwinking as the plastic forming mechanism of B19′ NiTi martensite (2023) International Journal of Plasticity, 168, art. no. 103697.

Teaching

Physics of Metals (Department of Solid State Engineering, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering); 4th year students and postgraduates, one lecture (100mins) a week, fall semester.
Applied Continuum Dynamics (Department of Materials, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering); 4th year students and postgraduates, one lecture (100mins) a week, fall semester.
Continuum in Solid State Physics (Department of Solid State Engineering, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering); 3th year students, one lecture (100mins) a week, spring semester.

Grants

2022–2024GA22-13462SPhysical acoustics of free surfaces: from Green s functions to quasiballistic phonons
2021–2023GA21-06613STwinned structures in magnetic shape memory alloys
2020–2022GA20-12624SAdvanced laser-ultrasonic charakterization of structural transitions in metals - analysis beyond the homogenity assumption
2017–2019GA17-01618SFluid Acoustics in Periodic Micro-Architectures
2017–2019GA17-13573SArchitectured metallic materials designed for cold spray kinetization
2014–201614-15264SExperimentally justified multiscale modelling of shape memory alloys
2014–2018GA14-36566GMultidisciplinary research centre for advanced materials
2009–2010GP202/09/P164Elasticity of martensitic microstructures