Together with our colleagues Borna Pielić and Marko Kralj, group of researches from Germany has recently published a paper on the growth of single-layer disulfides on vdW substrates in ultra-high vacuum. Growth of Different TMDCs require only a small change of parameters in the synthesis procedure, making this method attractive for wide use.
Based on the previously announced tenders and the new Ordinance on the structure and work of the Institute of Physics, on 1st of March, 2018 a record number of employment contracts were signed.
From Monday, February 26, 2018, he started to work as a senior expert in economic affairs, Mrs. Kristina Stažić. We wish our new colleague a welcome and a lot of success at work.
Neven Šantić from the Institute of Physics and colleagues from France published a paper in Physical Review Letters in which they observed the evolution of random waves with Gaussian statistics in two dimensions. The evolution is enabled by introducing a repulsive interaction between the waves in the form of a defocusing nonlinearity, with atomic vapor serving as an efficient nonlinear medium.
The Institute declares a Call for consultations that precedes initiation of the Call for public procurement within the project CEMS.
The Institute of Physics has began two new projects that start on March 1, 2018 for a period of five years, and projects are funded by the Croatian Foundation for Science (HRZZ).
Neven Šantić defended his doctoral dissertation titled Synthetic Lorentz force in an expanding cold atomic gas.
A. Šiber from our Institute and P. Ziherl from Univerity of Ljubljana present the book ''Cellular Patterns" at the Institute Ruđer Bošković. The lecture was held on February 6, 2018, starting at 11 am in the IRB III Wing lecture hall, and as an introduction to the Annual Meeting of the Croatian Biophysical Society.
A brief review of the last year
Ministry of Science and Education opened on November 30, 2017 the procedure for direct grant award of the CALT project.