Michaela Matulová, born in 1993, is a researcher at Comenius University in Bratislava (since 2021) in Slovakia, performing research and teaching activities.
Her research activities are focused on the distribution of radionuclides potentially possible to leach from disposals of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste. Her research interests include sorption and coprecipitation of potentially dangerous radionuclides with widespread minerals, experiments with the application of X-ray (XRD, XPS), elements evaluation in liquid phases using spectrometric methods (ICP-MS, ICP-OES) and radioactive elements evaluation using radiometric methods (gamma spectrometry). In addition, she took part in several synchrotron radiation experiments (DESY and ANKA) using various techniques, e.g., HEXRD and XAS. She has been part of 6 research projects since 2017. Furthermore, she was involved in international cooperation with Universities in Germany (KIT) and Denmark (DTU). Currently, she has collaborated with the University of Helsinki in Finland.
Dr Michaela Matulová has published 9 peer-reviewed international papers (including Chemosphere, Chemical Geology, etc., with over 25 citations and H index = 3). She has been involved with the supervision of PhD, master and bachelor's students. Since January 2022, she has had international cooperation with foreign nations involving scientific collaboration in EURAD (European Joint Programme on Radioactive Waste Management).
Mgr. Michaela Matulová, PhD.
Comenius University in Bratislava