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He was about ten years old when he wrote "scientist" in the box of what he wanted to be. He found that he was most attracted to microworld physics in high school, and eventually decided to study it.
It was a tough decision when he considered where to go after his position at Yale University in 2007. He could choose between different offers in the United States and Europe, and he decided to accept the position of assistant professor in the Physics department at the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. Gradually, the Physics department was able to build an attractive scientific program to study nuclear matter under extreme conditions. Jaroslav continues working in this field and is involved in projects within the international STAR and ALICE experiments.