The basic research in the
Department for Nanostructured Materials focuses on inorganic
materials with specific physical properties that are a
consequence of their structural and chemical phenomena at the nanostructural and atomic levels. The fields of research
involve natural and manufactured
as well as
and intermetallic compounds. The basis of the research is
to find relationships between the physical properties of a
material and its structural and chemical properties by using
techniques to reveal phenomena on the nanoscale.
Macroscopic phenomena, for example, phase transformations,
phase equilibria, polytypisim, polymorphism, crystal growth
and the development of the microstructure are areas of
Apart from the basic
research, activities are also focused on:
- postgradual education,
- applied research,
- services for external partners.
Open Ph.D position
in the field of
Dr Kristina Zagar about the situation and
career opportunities of young scientists in Slovenia (only in
Replacement and Original Magnet Engineering Options
Best evaluated project in
NMP.2012.4.1-3 joining a consortium of
13 EU research and industrial partners, coordinated by Prof.
Spomenka Kobe from JSI. Project started on 1 December 2012.
A travelling exhibition presenting
various aspects of fusion as an environmentally safe
and sustainable energy technology.