Our cold atomic gases research team, N. Šantić, D. Buhin, D. Kovačić, I. Krešić, D. Aumiler and T. Ban published their work in Scientific Reports where the cooling of the rubidium atoms has been studied by an unconventional method based on the use of femtosecond laser, which in the frequency domain acts as an optical frequency comb. This method could enable cooling of atoms with strong transitions in UV spectrum range which cannot be cooled by laser due to shortage of continuous-wave laser light sources in this spectral range.
18/03/2019 Dean Popovic defended his doctoral dissertation
Dean Popovic defended his PhD thesis titled Diagnostics and the application of pulsed cold atmospheric plasma.
14/03/2019 Plenary meeting of the Association of Resources for Biophysical Research in Europe-Molecular Biophysics in Europe (ARBRE-MOBIEU)
We are presenting the seventh meeting of the ARBRE network of scientists and the third annual meeting in the context of COST Action CA 15126. The last two were held in Porto and Warsaw, while this time selected Zagreb was selected, as the science and research center of the Republic of Croatia.