Our colleague Hrvoje Skenderović in collaboration with scientists from School of Dental Medicine in Zagreb and University of Zurich recently published results of their research on the in vitro investigation of polymerization kinetics and curing light transmittance of two series of experimental dental resin composites filled with bioactive glasses in prestigious journal Scientific Reports.
Our PhD student Borna Pielić and several members of SIMAT group, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Siegen and the University of Zagreb, published an article in the prestigious journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, on the growth and characterization of quasi-freestanding WS2/MoS2 heterostructures.
Our colleagues Martina Dragičević, David Rivas Góngora, Željko Rapljenović, Mirta Herak, Vedran Brusar, Damir Altus, and Tomislav Ivek, in collaboration with associates at JSI, Slovenia and EPFL, Switzerland, published an article on control of ferroelectricity in β-TeVO4, an antiferromagnetic material with spin spiral ordering.
Institute of Physics has recently received support from IP Booster. IP Booster is a specialised professional Intellectual Property service for public research organisations.
Our colleagues Dino Novko and Vito Despoja have published a paper in Physical Review Research in a Letter format. The authors present a fully ab initio microscopic theory that is able to simulate a formation of exciton polaritons in realistic two-dimensional microcavity devices.
Our colleagues Marin Petrović and Marko Kralj in collaboration with researchers from several institutions (Universities of Siegen, Cologne and Münster in Germany, and King Abdullah University in Saudi Arabia) published an article in the prestigious journal ACS Nano, on the controlled synthesis of two different phases of monolayer tantalum sulfide.
EGAS is a division of the European Physical Society and has held an annual conference every year since 1969 without interruption.
Dr. sc. Tomislav Ivek (Institut za fiziku) and doc. dr. sc. Domagoj Vlah (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb) have won the first prize
Our colleagues Dino Novko, Vito Despoja, and Branko Gumhalter, in collaboration with the scientists from the University of Pittsburgh and Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, have published a paper as Editors’ Suggestion in Physical Review B. The authors present a rigorous theory to explain a novel plasmonic photoemission feature in silver.
Our colleague Marin Petrović has published a paper in the prestigious journal ACS Nano, demonstrating a scalable route for the synthesis of 2D boron sheets of single-atom thickness. The paper is a result of collaborative work with researchers from the University of Duisburg-Essen and the University of Cologne. The presented findings provide new opportunities for fabrication of large, high-quality layers of emerging 2D materials.