The research within the department of Complex Matter encompasses a variety of research fields, ranging from the synthesis of new materials to fundamental investigations of elementary excitations, self-organising behaviour and adaptive functionality in complex systems. These include anything from nano-biosystems and biomolecules to superconductors and nanowires. The experimental methods used are suitably diverse, from synthetic chemistry to biomedicine, femtosecond laser spectroscopy and magnetometry. The experimental research within the department is strongly supported by theory. Recently, the research activities on new nanomaterials and nanotechnology, such as nanolithography were greatly expanded. Apart from fundamental research, some viable applications have also emerged, particularly in the field of new nanomaterials such as MOSIx nanowires.
Monday, 06.07.2015 at 13:00 o'clock, seminar room F7 (room C212).
Luka Vidovič, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Characterization of bruises using pulsed photothermal radiometry and diffuse reflectance spectroscopy.
The lecture will be in English.
|05.06.2015||Nina Kravets, Roma Tre University, Italy||Nonlinear light beam propagation in nematic liquid crystals.|
|17.04.2015||dr. Peter Rodič, Department of Physical and Organic Chemistry - K3 and Department of Complex Matter – F7, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia||Corrosion protection of aluminium and its alloys using hybrid sol-gel coatings.|
|26.03.2015||dr. Bojana Višić, Department of Materials and Interfaces, Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot, Israel||Coexistence of excitons and plasmons in MS2 (M=Mo, W) nanotubes and fullerene-like nanoparticles.|
|25.03.2015||Lin LIN, School of Physical Science and Technology, Inner Mongolia University, China||Formation of DNA quadruplexes from G-rich oligonucleotides with GC-terminal ends and adenine.|
|18.02.2015||Andrej Kovič, Jožef Stefan International Postgraduate School||Synthesis and characterization of molybdenum based nanowires and nanotubes.|
|15.01.2015||Yeong-Ah Soh, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA||Mesoscopic effects in a simple old metal.|
|14.01.2015||Tibor Tóth-Katona, Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary||Photo-sensitive mesogenic materials.|
|23.9.2014||Peter Topolovšek , Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia||Influence of preparation techniques on MoS2 based electronic devices.|
|11.9.2014||Anna Pogrebna , Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia||Magnetooptical time-resolved study of Eu2+ spin dynamics in Eu-122 pnictide superconductors.|
|29.8.2014||dr. John M. Tranquada, Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, USA||Intertwined orders in high temparature superconductors.|
|14.8.2014||dr. Roman Yusupov, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia
||Electron paramagnetic resonance studies of the photoinduced complexes and KTa0.988 Nb0.012 O3 and manganese related dynamic centers and SrTiO3: Mn crystals|
|19.6.2014||Martin Rigler, FMF, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia
||Second Harmonic Generation in Blue and Ultraviolet Region Using AlGaN waveguides|
|13.6.2014||prof. dr. Martin Fally, Faculty of Physics University, Wien, Austria
||Polarizing elements for (very) cold neutrons employing nanoparticle polymer composites|
|13.3.2014||prof. dr. Katsumi Tanigaki, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
||Organic Semiconductors: present and future scope|
|29.1.2014||dr. Aleksej Majkič, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia||Compact, High Brilliance 9.3 THz Source
Featured article: Template synthesis of single-phase d3-MoN superconducting nanowires, Nanotechnology, 17.1.2014
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