Ondřej Pejcha (group leader)

Bachelor (2006) & Master (2008): ITP MFF UK, advisor Dr. David Heyrovský
PhD (2013): Ohio State University, advisor Prof. Todd Thompson
Postdoc (2013-2017): Princeton University, NASA Hubble and Lyman Spitzer Jr. Fellow
Interests: binary stars, mergers, neutron stars, black holes, core-collapse supernovae, stellar dynamics, transients, and temporal variability in the sky
Curriculum vitae
List of publications

Diego Calderón (postdoc)

Bachelor (2012): Universidad de Concepción
Master (2015) & PhD (2019) : Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, advisors: Dr. Jorge Cuadra and Dr. Marc Schartmann
paper on Moving-mesh radiation-hydrodynamic simulations of wind-reprocessed transients

Damien Gagnier (postdoc)

Bachelor (2014) & Master (2016): University of Toulouse
PhD (2020): University of Toulouse & University of Geneva, advisors: Prof. Michel Rieutord and Prof. Corinne Charbonnel

Camille Landri (PhD student)

Master (2020): Uppsala University

Milan Pešta (PhD student)

Master (2019): Charles University

Jakub Cehula (PhD student)

Master thesis (2021) on Stability of stars undergoing rapid mass loss

Anthony Kirilov (PhD student)

Master (2020): Cambridge University

David Vokrouhlický (Master student)

Master thesis on structure and evolution of deformed stars

Šárka Sedláčková (project management)
Former members

Dominika Hubová – Bachelor (2018) on Mass loss from binary stars, paper published in MNRAS, Master (2021) on Angular momentum loss from binary systems due to stellar winds
Matěj Mezera – Bachelor (2020) on Dynamical perturbations of triple stellar and planetary systems seen in gravitational waves with LISA
Petr Kurfürst – postdoc, published paper, next position: Masaryk University
Michał Pawlak – postdoc, published papers one and two, next position: postdoc at Jagiellonian University
Antonina Bako – project management
Petr Jakubčík (Oxford)- summer project on damped random walk modelling of ASAS-SN light curves, co-author on published paper
Adam Vrátný – supper-Eddington accretion