Jan Souček works as a researcher at the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences where he focuses on experimental physics of cosmic plasma, analysis of satellite measurements and mainly on development of devices for future space projects. He is responsible for one of the Czech devices on the European probe Orbiter that has been recently launched to the Sun. He is also a technical director for development of devices for the JUICE probe heading to the moons of Jupiter, the cometary probe Comet Interceptor and the space x-ray telescope Athena.

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