Mgr. Denys Moskal, CSc., Ph.D.

FOCUS

  • Development of laser technology processesing and micro texturing
  • Analysis of laser micromachining materials, modeling of thermodynamic processes
  • Material forming by laser machining (mechanical, thermal and optical properties of materials)
  • Data processing, publication of results, programming and modeling

EDUCATION

Ph.D. study
2020 - University of West Bohemia, Thermo-physical processes and ultrashort pulse laser scanning methods in surface texturing
CSc.
2009 - Karazin Kharkiv National University, Faculty of Physics, Physics of solids, Defect formation in subsurface layers of GaAs single crystals influenced with low-level spatially-modulated laser irradiation
Mgr.
2001 - Donbass State Pedagogical, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, Department of Physics

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2013 → present
New Technologies Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, researcher
2011 → 2013
UBK s.r.o., IT engineer
2010 → 2011
Donbass State Pedagogical University, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, Department of Physics, associate professor
2000 → 2010
Donbass State Pedagogical University, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, Department of Physics, assistant professor at the department

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Publications
H-index - 3, international quotations - 36, impacted journal articles - 9, contributions to proceedings - 3
Development
patents - 3, applied research (function sample, software) – 2, research reports and local proceedings - 1
2015 → dosud
member of the research team of project MŠMT-42495/2014 LO1402 CENTEM+
2015 → 2016
member of the research team of project TG02010011 Laser textured surfaces for tribological applications
2015 → 2016
partipication in partial project – Glasses for a blind TG02010011
2011 → 2014
member of the research team of project CENTEM New Technology and Materials Centre - research programme C3 - Laser Technology for Material Processing and Analysis
2009 → 2015
member of the research team of project of Ministry of Industry and Trade MPO FR-TI 4/701 Vision of the Future - Helical Water Beam