Milan Červenka

E-mail: milan.cervenka@fel.cvut.cz
Phone: + 420 2 2435 3975
Fax: + 420 2 3333 7031
Address: Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Department of Physics
Technická 2, 166 27 Pague 6, Czech Republic
Room: 425/B2

Work experience

2002 – up to now: Assistant professor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague, Department of Physics. Teaching: Physics, Astrophysics, Calculus, Linear algebra, Theory of sound field

Education

1998 – 2003: Ph.D. course in Acoustics at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
1992 – 1998:  Ing. (M.Sc. equivalent) at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague

Research interests

Nonlinear acoustics (high-amplitude standing waves, sound beams, acoustic streaming), computational acoustics (HPC computing, GPGPU computing, FEM modeling), ultrasound, acoustic measurements and signal processing, insects acoustic communication

Grant projects (Grant agency of Czech Republic)

  • 2015-2017: 15-23079S – Acoustic wave propagation through nonlocal dispersion zones – member of team
  • 2012 – 2014: P101/12/1925 – New methods of generation and utilization of standing acoustic waves of finite-amplitudes – member of team
  • 2009 – 2011: 202/09/1509   – Generation of low-frequency sound beams – member of team
  • 2006 – 2008: 202/06/0576   – Finite-amplitude waves in fluids – member of team
  • 2004 – 2006: 202/04/P099   – Nonlinear interactions in acoustic resonators – responsible solver
  • 2001 – 2003: 202/01/1372   – Nonlinear acoustic interactions in fluids – member of team

Selected publications

[1] Bednarik, M., Cervenka, M.: The exact solution of the Schrodinger equation with a polynomially spatially varying mass, Journal of Mathematical Physics 58, 072103, 2017. (LINK)
[2] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: Effect of inhomogeneous temperature fields on acoustic streaming structures in resonators, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 141(6), 4418-4426, 2017. (LINK, PDF)
[3] Bednarik, M., Cervenka, M.: Description of waves in inhomogeneous domains using Heun’s equation, Waves in Random and Complex Media 2017. (LINK)
[4] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: Variety of acoustic streaming in 2D resonant channels, Wave Motion 66, 21-30, 2016. (LINK)
[5] Bednarik, M., Cervenka, M., Lotton, P., Penelet, G.: Behavior of plane waves propagating through a temperature-inhomogeneous region, Journal of Sound and Vibration 362, 292-304, 2016. (LINK)
[6] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: Calculation of an axial temperature distribution using the reflection coefficient of an acoustic wave, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138(4), EL359-EL364, 2015. (LINK, PDF)
[7] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: Acoustic particle displacement resonator, Applied Acoustics 99, 155-160, 2015. (LINK)
[8] Bednarik, M., Cervenka, M.: Finite amplitude standing waves in resonators terminated by a general impedance, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137(3), 1257-1264, 2015. (LINK, PDF)
[9] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: On the structure of multi-Gaussian beam expansion coefficients, Acta Acustica United with Acustica 101(1), 15-23, 2015. (LINK)
[10] Cervenka, M., Soltes, M., Bednarik, M.: Optimal shaping of acoustic resonators for the generation of high-amplitude standing waves, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136(3), 1003-1012, 2014. (LINK, PDF)
[11] Balek, R., Cervenka, M., Pekarek, S.: Acoustic field effects on a negative corona discharge, Plasma Sources Science and Technology 23(3), 1-9, 2014. (LINK)
[12] Bednarik, M., Cervenka, M.: Equations for description of nonlinear standing waves in constant-cross-sectioned resonators, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135(3), EL134-EL139, 2014. (LINK, PDF)
[13] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: Non-paraxial model for a parametric acoustic array, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 134(2), 933-938, 2013. (LINK, PDF)
[14] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: On the Optimization of an Acoustic Resonator Shape with Respect to Acoustic Pressure Amplitude, Acta Acustica United with Acustica 99(2), 183-192, 2013. (LINK)
[15] Kindl, J., Kalinova, B., Cervenka, M., Jilek, M., Valterova, I.: Male moth songs tempt females to accept mating: The role of acoustic and pheromonal communication in the reproductive behaviour of Aphomia sociella, Plos One 6(10), 2011. (LINK, PDF)
[16] Wohl, P., Bednarik, M., Wohl, P., Cervenka, M., Spicak, J.: Comparison of various strategies for colorectal cancer screening tests, European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 23(12), 1157-1164, 2011. (LINK)
[17] Bednarik, M., Cervenka, M.: Propagation of nonlinear acoustic plane waves in an elastic gas-filled tube, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 126(4), 1681-1689, 2009. (LINK, PDF)
[18] Balek, R., Pekarek, S., Cervenka, M.: Ultrasonic Field Effects on Corona Discharge in Air, IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science 36(4), 920-921, 2008. (LINK)
[19] Bednarik, M., Cervenka, M.: Nonlinear interactions in elastic resonators, Ultrasonics 44(Suppl. 1), 783-785, 2006. (LINK)
[20] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: Nonlinear standing waves in 2-D acoustic resonators, Ultrasonics 44(Suppl. 1), 773-776, 2006. (LINK)
[21] Cervenka, M., Bednarik, M.: Description of Finite-amplitude Standing Acoustic Waves Using Convection-Diffusion Equations, Czechoslovak Journal of Physics 55(6), 673-680, 2005. (LINK)