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.
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.
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.
On 20th of September 2018, Juraj Krsnik, M.Sc., and Mateo Kruljac, M.Sc., start working on the Institute of Physics as PhD students/assistants within the “Project of development of young scientists – education of new PhD’s” of the Croatian Science Foundation.
Based on the Procedure for scholarship awarding of December the 20th 2016, the Institute of physics in
Zagreb announces the proposal for two scholarships
The Institute invites the assistant job vacancies (w / m, 2 executives) for a fixed term of up to 4 years, and for the purpose of acquiring the academic degree of a doctor of science.
Together with a group from University in Tokyo, Japan, our colleagues Petar Pervan, emeritus of the Institute Milorad Milun and alumni Ivo Pletikosić have published a paper in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences about the acceleration effect of acceleration of hydrogen absorption by palladium through surface alloying with gold.
Our colleague Ivor Krešić has published a paper together with collaborators from Great Britain and France on self-organization of magnetic dipoles in cold rubidium atoms illuminated by laser light using a feedback mirror.
On July 6, 2018, a CALT Project (Center for Advanced Laser Techniques) opening conference was held on the premises of the Ministry of Science and Education in Zagreb. The conference gathered more than 80 participants from the academic community as well as national institutions and companies interested in research based on advanced laser techniques.
The Institute announces a competition for Assistant Associates in the System of Science and Higher Education - 6 Performers