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Technological challenges in the fabrication of MoS.sub.2./sub./diamond heterostructures
Varga, Marián ; Sojková, M. ; Hrdá, J. ; Hutar, P. ; Parsa Saeb, S. ; Vanko, G. ; Pribusova Slusna, L. ; Ondič, Lukáš ; Fait, Jan ; Kromka, Alexander ; Hulman, M.
Nowadays, 2D materials are one of the most studied classes of materials. In addition to the most famous graphene, progress has been achieved in studying and using fundamental properties of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMD). Complementary, diamond as a representative of 3D materials has gained a reputation as an extremely versatile material due to its extraordinary combination of physical/chemical/electrical/optical properties. Besides these particular forms of 2D and 3D materials, their heterostructures have become very attractive due to new phenomena and functions (bandgap engineering, enhanced charge transport, optical interaction, etc.). However, individual technological procedures are still minimally investigated and described. Here, we will demonstrate a proof-of-concept for the preparation of MoS2/diamond heterostructures, where two different strategies were employed: a) growth of MoS2 layers on diamond films, and b) growth of diamond films on Si/MoS2 substrates.
Enhanced growth rate of diamond films at low temperature in focused microwave plasma system
Babčenko, Oleg ; Bydžovská, Irena ; Fait, Jan ; Shagieva, Ekaterina ; Ondič, Lukáš ; Kromka, Alexander
The low temperature (< 500 °C) diamond film deposition on fused silica in two different focused microwave plasma systems, i.e. a multimode clamshell cavity (MCC) and a rotational ellipsoid cavity (REC) reactor, was investigated. During the experiments, the methane to hydrogen ratio, in the hydrogen-rich process gas mixture, varied from 1 % to 15 % for MCC and from 1 % to 9 % for REC. The grown films were analyzed by scanning electron microscopy and Raman shift measurements. The outcomes of the study and enhanced diamond growth at low temperatures is advantageous for overcoating of fused silica as well as thermally sensitive substrates, e.g. optical elements, photonic crystals, sensors, etc.
Czech Airlines commercial activities and business performance analysis
Fait, Jan ; Eisler, Jan (advisor) ; Zelený, Lubomír (referee)
Following bachelor's thesis describes and analysis the situation in the Czech Airlines j.s.c. for the period of five years from the year 2003 to 2007 and puts it into context with the state of international civil aviation industry. The work is thematically divided into several chapters, dealing with CSA's organizational structure, human resources, fleet, business strategy or additional commercial activities. Final part contains statement analysis using relevant financial indicators as well as indicators used specifically in the transport industry or by airline companies. Complete balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement for the years 2003 to 2007 can be found in the thesis appendices.

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