News

29. April 2020

Successfully completed project ULTRACOOL-Director’s fund 2017

The ULTRACOOL – Director’s Fund 2017 project was successfully completed on March 31, 2020. Laboratory for the ultracool preparation of complex oxides is operative – 15 […]
9. April 2020

Study published in Nature Communications

Researchers from the Electronic Ceramics Department, the Department for Nanostructured Materials (Jožef Stefan Institute) and the Department of Materials Chemistry (National Institute of Chemistry), i.e., A. […]
3. April 2020

Prof. Dr. Barbara Malič was elected president of the International Society for Microelectronics, Electronic Components and Materials – MIDEM

Prof. Dr. Barbara Malič was elected president of the International Society for Microelectronics, Electronic Components and Materials – MIDEM for the period 2020 – 2024.  

Seminars

Anja Mirjanić, dipl. physics

“Atomic force microscopy of

(Bi0.88Gd0.12)FeO3 and (1-x)Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3–xPbTiO3 ceramic materials”

July 31, 2020 at 10:00 am, Online Conference (Zoom)

Brigita Kmet, dipl. ing. chem. tech.

“Microstructural characterisation of piezoceramics based on potassium sodium niobate”

June 15, 2020 at 13:00 pm, Online Conference (GoToMeeting)


About us

The Electronic Ceramics Department

is active in the research, development and education in the field of synthesis, properties and applications of materials for electronics.

Requirements such as multifunctionality and the use of environmentally friendly materials and processes has become very important in addition to the classical requirements of electronics, such as miniaturization and reliability of electronic components and their integration into devices.

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