Our colleague Dino Novko, in collaboration with Ivor Lončarić from Ruđer Bošković Institute and with scientists based in Hong Kong and Guangzhou (China), has published a paper in the prestigious journal Advanced Energy Materials. The authors investigate the role of electron-phonon interactions in ultrafast hot‐carrier cooling processes for several hybrid lead halide perovskites by employing transient absorption spectroscopy and density functional perturbation theory.
Our colleagues Dino Novko and Branko Gumhalter, in collaboration with the scientists from the University of Pittsburgh and Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, have published a paper in the prestigious journal ACS Photonics. The authors investigate a peculiar non-Einsteinian plasmonic photoemission from silver surfaces.
Our colleague Silvia Tomić in collaboration with Martin Dressel from the Universitaet Stuttgart has published the review article in Advances in Physics. The authors provide a perspective on recent developments and their implications for understanding of novel quantum phenomena in the physics of two-dimensional organic solids, recognized as versatile quantum materials that host a broad range of quantum phenomena, which stay at the center stage of condensed-matter physics today.
Our colleague Antonio Šiber, in collaboration with Anže Božič from the Jožef Stefan Institute has published an article in prestigious journal, the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The authors investigated how the infolding of the pollen grain depends on its mechanical design. Their elastic model of the grain showed that the elasticity and geometry of the grain must be precisely tuned in order to enable the infolding which reflect directly on the functionality and the evolution of the pollen.
Our colleagues Davor Čapeta and Marko Kralj, as part of international cooperation, published a paper in the prestigious journal ACS Nano. The paper demonstrates the possibility of forming a free-standing nano-membrane, which consists of a periodic network of metallic nano-clusters on graphene, additionally reinforced with protective layer of amorphous carbon.
Our colleagues Marin Petrović and Marko Kralj, in collaboration with researchers from Kyoto University, published a paper in Physical Review Letters. Intercalation and adsorption of alkali atoms has been utilized for the formation of a 2D material-alkali sandwich, which enabled strong localization of the system’s wavefunction and the formation of a pronounced multipole plasmon.
Our colleagues Marin Petrović and Marko Kralj, in collaboration with researchers from Kyoto University, published a study in high-ranking Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. Utilization of epitaxial graphene as a substrate for preparation of high-quality tetracene thin film enabled characterization of new processes relevant to exciton spectral diffusion in tetracene.
Our colleague Eduard Tutiš, in collaboration with scientists from Switzerland, Germany and Department of Physics of PMF in Zagreb, published paper in npj 2D materials and Applications. The paper provides the first experimental and theoretical insight into the state with electronic orbitals getting self-organized into metallic objects (the “Chains of Stars”) extending in direction perpendicular to layers.
Our colleague Dino Novko, in collaboration with scientists from Humboldt-University in Germany and Istituto di Struttura della Materia in Italy, has published a paper in prestigious journal Physical Review Letters. The authors investigate the unique hot phonon dynamics of E2g mode in MgB2 by using first-principle quantum-field theoretical approach.
Dino Novko, research associate at the Institute of Physics, published a paper in the prestigious journal Communications Physics, where he proved that the adiabatic Born-Oppenheimer approximation is not valid in transition metal dichalcogenides and that a strong nonadiabatic phonon renormalization is triggered at the Lifshitz transition.