Announcement of vacancy for 2 PhD student for the period of 5 years for the purpose of acquiring a doctoral degree.
Our colleagues Marin Petrović and Marko Kralj together with collaborators from Germany, Spain, Sweden, and Israel have recently published two papers in journals with high impact factors on the topic of intercalated epitaxial graphene.
European Commission has recently approved the Horizon 2020 proposal Multiscale Modelling For Fusion and Fission Materials which engages Institute of Physics’ participation among 19 other EU research institutions.
Postdoctoral researcher in Nanoscience / Condensed Matter Physics / Biophysics at the Institute of Physics, Zagreb
Together with her colleagues from Slovenia, France and USA, our Mirta Herak recently published a paper in Physical Review Letters about symmetry reduction in herbertsmithite. The titular crystal is the closest natural realization of the quantum kagome antiferromagnet. For the first time its magnetic properties reveal a broken symmetry at low temperatures.
IMAQSS at the IF invites applications for a postdoctoral position in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics to work on a research project Influence of Magnetic Anisotropy on Quantum Spin Systems
Institute is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to participate in a project aimed at probing of the cold atoms with femtosecond pulses.
Prof. A. Rađenović from EPFL, Switzerland and Sanjin Marion, assistant at Institut za fiziku, Zagreb, have published a paper in Nano Letters on translocating macromolecules through nano-sized pores in order to discriminate DNA-protein complexes and pin-pointing their binding sites – a step towards practical nanopore devices.
Institutu za fiziku and our inventors dr. Mladen Prester and dr. Đuro Drobac have been awarded patent US 9,458,969 B2 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the invention of “Cryostat with PTR cooling and two stage sample holder thermalization”.
Two groups from Institute of Physics have recently published an article in Physical Review B studying the phase transitions in (NbSe4)3I semiconductor by ultrafast time resolved spectroscopy, which is the first time the technique has been employed at the Institute. This also marks the fruitful beginning of collaboration for our two groups which cover two distinct areas of physics: atomic physics and condensed matter physics.