24. July 2021

Success story – collaboration with KEKO Equipment Ltd. in the frame of KET4 – Developing a clean manufacturing process for ceramic pressure sensors

2. July 2021

Matej Šadl was awarded with a second place on the ISAF 2021 student competition

At this year’s ISAF-ISIF-PFM Joint Conference (2021) our colleague Matej Šadl was recognized among the presenting students. His short presentation, in which he included his PhD […]
29. June 2021

A focus issue dedicated to the research of lead-free ferroelectric materials and their applications has been recently published in Journal of Materials Research

A focus issue dedicated to the research of lead-free ferroelectric materials and their applications has been recently published in Journal of Materials Research. Prof. Barbara Malič […]
28. June 2021

Oana-Andreea Condurache won 3rd prize in the international competition: YCN Pitch me your idea!

We are pleased to announce that our PhD student Oana-Andreea Condurache has won the 3rd prize in the international competition: YCN Pitch me your idea! The […]
4. June 2021

Insights into the nature of “forbidden” polar order in nominally nonpolar paraelectric phases of ferroelectric materials, published in Nature Communications

Researchers from Jožef Stefan Institute (Electronic Ceramics Department), National Institute of Chemistry, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Materials Center Leoben and Tokyo Institute of Technology published […]
4. June 2021

PhD position available

At the Electronic Ceramics Department we are offering a PhD position. The research field will include electrochemical sensors for pesticide detection. For more details, please check […]
27. May 2021

Searching for a job?

We are looking for a candidate for doctoral study and employment at the Electronic Ceramics Department (K5) at the Jožef Stefan Institute in the field of […]
3. May 2021

New equipment at K5 – Atomic force microscope (AFM, Jupiter XR)

We are proud to announce that a new atomic force microscope (AFM, Jupiter XR, Asylum Reasearch) is operative.  The AFM was partially financed by National Research […]
8. March 2021

Matej Šadl received “Alessandro de Vita” award on the CrossNano Workshop

The University of Trieste has organized a CrossNano, Crossborder Workshop in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in a close cooperation with the Jožef Stefan Institute and Jožef Stefan […]
23. February 2021

Dr. Mirela Dragomir is the winner of the MSCA individual scholarship

We are pleased to announce that our colleague Dr. Mirela Dragomir is the winner of the MSCA individual scholarship. The project entitled: Towards Quantum States of […]
1. February 2021

Special Issue on the Contributions of Women in Ferroelectrics Research and Development has been recently published in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control (TUFFC)

Special Issue on the Contributions of Women in Ferroelectrics Research and Development has been recently published in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control (TUFFC). […]
24. December 2020

Season Greetings

23. December 2020

Maja Makarovič sucessfully defended doctoral dissertation

On December 16, 2020 Maja Makarovič has successfully defended her doctoral dissertation entitled: Defect chemistry and hardening of ferroelectric cobalt-doped bismuth ferrite ceramics. Maja, we congratulate […]
16. December 2020

The achievement Innovative approaches to controlled functional responses of multiferroics among the achievements ‘Excellent in Science ARRS 2020’

The achievement Innovative approaches to controlled functional responses of multiferroics was chosen for the selection ‘Excellent in Science 2020’ promoted by Slovenian Research Agency. It is […]
1. December 2020

Prof. Barbara Malič received Zois Award for top achievements in the field of electrocaloric ceramic materials research

Prof. Barbara Malič is Scientific Councellor and Head at the Electronic Ceramics Department at the Jožef Stefan Institute. She is also a Professor of Materials Chemistry […]