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19/08/2019 — SpecialLaser Ablation: Materials and Applications

Kolega dr.sc. Nikša Krstulović dobio je čast biti gostujući urednik u specijalnom izdanju časopisa Materials pod naslovom ”Laser Ablation:  Materials and Applications”. U njemu će biti dan pregled najnovijih  znanstvenih postignuća vezanih za procese laserske ablacije i pripadnih primjena u analizi i sintezi novih materijala.

18/03/2019 — SpecialDean Popovic defended his doctoral dissertation

Dean Popovic defended his PhD thesis titled Diagnostics and the application of pulsed cold atmospheric plasma.

14/03/2019 — SpecialPlenary 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.
22/02/2019 — Science newsCooling of atoms using an optical frequency comb

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.

05/02/2019 — Science newsUnusual behavior of cuprates explained by heterogeneous charge localization

Our colleague Petar Popčević, in collaboration with scientists from the Physical Department of PMF in Zagreb, Technical University of Vienna, Austria, and the University of Minnesota has published a paper in prestigious journal Science Advances. In this work a phenomenological model of high temperature superconductors based on copper oxides (cuprates) which describes and connects the most important features of these materials is proposed.

25/01/2019 — Science newsOrganic insulators and the Mott-Anderson localization

Our colleagues Matija Čulo, Tomislav Ivek, Silvia Tomić, and Bojana Hamzić have together with collaborators from Zagreb, Japan, USA and Germany published an article about the influence of disorder on magnetotransport properties of organic insulators with Mott-Anderson localization. The article is published in Physical Review B and picked by editor as a highlighted paper.

11/01/2019 — Science newsUltrafast transient dynamics of adsorbates on surfaces deciphered: the case of CO on Cu(100)

Our colleague Dino Novko and his collaborators from Spain and Germany have published a paper in prestigious journal Physical Review Letters. Combining many-body perturbation theory and an effective temperature model, they have disentangled the electron- and vibration-driven interaction channels in ultrafast CO motion on metal surfaces.

05/11/2018 — Science newsNon-Gaussian fluctuations govern disordered Weyl semimetals

Our colleague Ivan Balog and his collaborators from Université de Lyon in France have published a paper in prestigious journal Physical Review Letters. Their work demonstrates a new theoretical approach to describe the disorder-driven quantum phase transition in Weyl semimetals.

31/10/2018 — Science newsSimple percolation model for universal explanation of superconductivity in cuprates

As a result of the collaboration of Petar Popčević, a scientist from the Institute of physics, with scientists from Physics Department of the Faculty of Sciences in Zagreb, Technical University in Vienna and Minnesota University, a paper has been published in prestigious journal Quantum materials of the Nature group, in which the appearance of superconductivity in dc electric conductivity of cuprates has been explained by a simple model of superconducting percolation.

05/10/2018 — NewsNobel Prize in physics 2018 awarded for discoveries in laser physics

Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland have been awarded the Nobel Prize in physics 2018 for their revolutionary discoveries in the field of laser physics.

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