Team

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
homepage
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
homepage

Anthony Kirilov (PhD student)

Master (2020): Cambridge University

David Vokrouhlický (Master student)

Master thesis on structure and evolution of deformed stars

Róbert Jurčík (Master student)

Master thesis on radiative shocks.

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