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He is a recipient of the NEURON Prize in Physics.
Michal graduated from the Faculty of Nuclear Physics and Engineering of the Czech Technical University in 1999, and defended two PhD degrees in particle physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the UK and at the prestigious SISSA/ISAS school in Trieste in 2005. He signed a three-year contract at the University of Southampton in the UK; part of his time was spent in the Theory Department at the European Centre for Nuclear Research in Geneva. He completed a two-year contract at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. In 2009, he was awarded a Marie-Curie Individual Visiting Fellowship at the University of Valencia. He maintains intensive contacts with top institutes overseas, e.g. University of Maryland, Dakota State University. After receiving a European Integration Grant, he returned to the MFF UK in November 2012.