• Successful spring for nano/bioscience at IF

    Scientists from IF (A. Šiber, T. Vuletić and coworkers I. Delač Marion, D. Grgičin, M. Lihter, S. Marion, K. Salamon, who work in the field of nano/bioscience, have published several works in journals of significant impact, among the best in their respective scientific fields.
  • Marko Kralj presents News & Views in Nature Physics

    In the newest issue of Nature Physics a research breakthrough towards graphene functionality in spintronics, published in the journal’s same issue, is presented in the News and Views section by our colleague dr. Marko Kralj.
  • Digitalna holografija u uvjetima niske razine signala

    Collecting optical information in digital holography, under conditions of illumination intensity weaker than the detector noise level, seems as an impossible mission. However, our colleague N. Demoli collaborating with H. Skenderović and M. Stipčević (IRB) shows, in the work taken at IF’s Coherent Optics Laboratory and recently published in Optics Letters, that even under conditions of extremely low illumination level digital hologram’s parameters can be successfully analysed and optimized.
  • Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials and Sensing Devices

    Minister of science, education and sports, dr. Vedran Mornar, declared Croatian scientific centers of excellence at the meeting on the National council for science, higher education and technological development held on November 10, 2014. The largest of seven new centers is the Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials and Sensing Devices (CEMS) hosted by Ruđer Bošković Institute and Institute of Physics.
  • Magnetic anisotropy in spin tetramer system SeCuO3

    Magnetism of S=1/2 spin systems is usually described by isotropic Heisenberg exchange energy. At variance, SeCuO3 represents a system revealing anistropic exchange interaction, thoroughly analyzed and modelled in the work of our colleague Mirta Herak and collaborators from IF, IRB and EPFL. Comprehensive research, using torque-magnetometry and ESR spectroscopy, has been recently published in Physical Review B.
  • Skyrmion lattice manipulation by static electric field in Cu2OSeO3

    In itinerant Skyrmion systems the Skyrmion lattice is susceptible to conduction-electron currents as well as to thermal gradients. Article recently published in Physical Review Letters, shows how and why static electric field can manipulate the Skyrmion lattice in the insulating Cu2OSeO3. The related work is realized in international collaboration of several laboratories, involving our colleague Ivica Živković and his successful research of this system taken during last several years.
  • First observation of excitons at metal surfaces

    In contrast to semiconductors and insulators, the observation of excitons in metals is limited by ultrafast screening of primary electron-hole Coulomb interaction. Following the work of our colleague B. Gumhalter and coauthors, who predicted a substantial enhancement of exciton lifetime at surfaces of some metals, the study of ultrafast electron dynamics at Ag(111) surfaces by time resolved three-photon photoemission carried out in collaboration with H. Petek and his team from University of Pittsburgh, revealed for the first time the presence of exciton transients in metals. The report is published in Nature Physics.
  • 3D Heisenberg fluctuations in the skyrmion system Cu2OSeO3

    How does the universality principle of phase transitions manifest itself in cases of complex long-range order, like a helimagnet one involving skyrmion-lattice segment in the phase diagram? The latter is a subject of the just published Rapid Communication article of our colleague Ivica Živković, realized in collaboration with coauthors from EPFL and Paul Scherrer Institute.
  • Dynamics of microscopic phases in sol-gel transition of gelatine

    According to recently published work of our colleagues from the Faculty's Department of Physics, Damjan Pelc, Miroslav Požek and Mario Basletić, together with Sanjin Marion, PhD student from our Institute, a standard percolation model of gelatine gelling has to be upgraded by a more sophisticated one. Their work is published in Soft Matter, a laeading journal in the field
  • Nature Communications and Nano Letters simultaneously on graphene intercalations!

    Only in rare occasions it happens that the two highest-ranking scientific journals report, in the two complementary articles, on the research results of our colleagues from the same laboratory. And equally good news is that Marin Petrović, IF’s PhD student, is a leading author of the Nature Communications article, published in co-authorship with our colleagues I. Šrut, I. Pletikosić, M. Milun, P. Pervan, M. Kralj and other collaborators from abroad!
Announce vaccancies
Announce vaccancies at job positions of scientific advisors in permanent status (second election).
Two positions are available for fields of research: condensed matter/biological physics or atomic physics/plasma physics.
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New employee
We are glad to announce that upon public competition from November 2014. Dr. Ivan Balog has been elected as Research Associate in the field of statistical physics.
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New employees
We are glad to announce that upon public competition from July 2014. dr. Tomislav Ivek has been elected as Research Associate in the field of experimental condensed matter physics.
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