Together with our colleagues Borna Pielić and Marko Kralj, group of researches from Germany has recently published a paper on the growth of single-layer disulfides on vdW substrates in ultra-high vacuum. Growth of Different TMDCs require only a small change of parameters in the synthesis procedure, making this method attractive for wide use.
Based on the previously announced tenders and the new Ordinance on the structure and work of the Institute of Physics, on 1st of March, 2018 a record number of employment contracts were signed. New contracts were signed by postdoctoral students Dr. Neven Šantić, Dr. Ivor Krešić, Dr. Yuki Utsumi and PhD student Domagoj Kovačić. On the basis of the new Ordinance on the structure and work of the Institute of Physics, the annex to employment contract was signed by Nikolina Žilić Martinović and Marija Sobol, while at the beginning of the week the employment contract was signed by a colleague Kristina Stažić.
The Institute of Physics has began two new projects that start on March 1, 2018 for a period of five years, and projects are funded by the Croatian Foundation for Science (HRZZ). The project ‘Photovoltaic in 2D semiconductors’ is led by Dr. Nataša Vujičić, and the project ‘The Group for applied ultra-high spectroscopy and photochemical identification’ is led by Dr. Silvije Vdović.