The laboratory was founded on January 21, 2016 by Evzen
Stuchlik as a private non-profit research facility and named in honour
of the Soviet physicist Lev Davidovich Landau. The laboratory is
situated near the South Bohemian village of Radomysl.
Associate members: Gunther Kletetschka, Zuzana Horicka,
Daniel Vondrak
The founder is a member of ISSOL - International Society for the Study
of the Origin of Life – The International Astrobiology Society
Research program Running projects:
  • 1) SUTA (Environmental changes caused by extraterrestrial impacts and volcanism: Evidence from lake sediments), Czech Science Foundation No. 23-06075S. 2023-2025. Principal investigator: E. Stuchlik, Biology Centre, Institute of Hydrobiology, Czech Academy of Sciences; co-investigator: G. Kletetschka, Institute of Hydrogeology, Engineering Geology and Applied Geophysic, Charles University.
  • Finished projects:
    Contact: Evzen Stuchlik: