Ing. Petr Sedlák, Ph.D.


Position:  Deputy head of department
Department:  Department D 5 - Ultrasonic Methods
Phone: (+420) 266053672
Room:  M2110
Location:  Main Building, Dolejškova 1402/5, Praha
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Education: 2002 - MSc. (Ing.) degree in Physical Engineering, FNSPE, CTU in Prague
2008 - Ph.D. degree in Physical Engineering, FNSPE, CTU in Prague

Professional experience:
2003 – present Institute of Thermomechanics CAS, Laboratory of Ultrasonic Methods, senior researcher – Development of ultrasonic methods for elastic properties measurement, development of phenomenological models for SMA.
2008 – present Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Department of solid state engineering, CTU in Prague

Selected publications

http://www.researcherid.com/rid/G-9758-2014

Teaching

Regular lectures in Smart materials and their applications, Computer Simulations of Condensed Matter and Solid State Physics Department of solid state engineering, FNSPE, CTU in Prague

Grants

2022–2024GA22-20181STailoring strain heterogeneity on macro- and micro-scales in NiTi shape memory alloys by transformation-induced plasticity
2018–2021GA18-03834SLocalization phenomena in shape memory alloys:experiments and modeling
2017–2019GA17-04871STailoring elasticity of Ti-based alloys by thermal and stress induced phase transformations
2013–2016GA13-13616SEvaluation of elastic properties of materials processed by severe plastic deformation
2010–2012GAP108/10/1296Development and characterization of active hybrid textiles with integrated nanograin NiTi micro wires
2009–2010GP106/09/P302Development of the macroscopic thermomechanical model for shape memory alloys