Name:
Miloslav
Znojil
Born:
 in Prostejov, Czechoslovakia,
 on April 30, 1946
Professional interests:

quantum physics: simplified models and their tractability
 mathematical physics: theories using
pseudohermitian operators
 mathematics: algebraic and analytical methods

computing: symbolic manipulations
Communication languages:

Czech, English, Russian,
passive Slovak and German and partially (= "par la radio") Spanish
Education:

BSc  level in Nuclear Physics:
Czech Technical
University, Prague (196468)
 MSc  level in Theoretical
Physics:
Charles University, Prague (196869)
 PhD  level in
Mathematical Physics:
Charles
University, Prague, 1977
Degrees:
 Dr.Sc. scientific degree
defended at/ awarded by
Charles University in
Prague in 1994
Employment history:

Teaching Assistant:
Charles University, Prague (1969)
(KP MFF, with prof. V. Votruba)

Research Assistant (Mathematical Physics):
Institute of Nuclear Research, Rez (196971)
(with prof. P. Winternitz)

Research Assistant (Theoretical Physics):
Institute of Nuclear Physics CSAS, Rez (197275)
(with prof. L. Trlifaj)

Graduate Student (Theoretical Nuclear Physics):
Institute of Nuclear Physics CSAS, Rez (197577)
(with prof. M. Sotona)

Research Assistant (Nuclear Physics):
FIAN and Institute of Nuclear Research RAS, Moscow and Krasna Pachra (197778)
(with prof. G. M. Vagradov)
 Research Assistant (Theoretical Nuclear Physics):
Institute J. Stefan, Ljubljana (1979)
(with prof. M. V. Mihailovich)
 Research Assistant (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics):
Institute of Nuclear Physics CSAS, Rez (197779)
(with prof. M. Gmitro)
 Independent Research Worker (Mathematical Physics):
Institute of Nuclear Physics CSAS, Rez (198087)

Leading Research Worker (Mathematical Physics):
Institute of Nuclear Physics CSAS, Rez (1988now)
Current positions:
Membership:
The current
domains
of study:

foundations of quantum mechanics

mathematical methods in physics

quasiHermitian models in quantum theory

pertubation
theory, supersymmetry

anharmonic oscillators,
quasiexact states
 the role of relativity, energydependent forces

Hill determinants, analytic methods,
continued fractions

resonances,
singular potentials
Contact:

Theory Group,
Nuclear Physics Institute
AS CR
250 68 Rez near Prague,
Czech Republic

Phone: (+420) 266 173 286,
 FAX: (+420) 220 940 165

Remark:
email is my preferred communication means
updated 1. 11. 2011