7. March 2023

Special Issue of the Journal of Applied Physics Letters has been published

Prof. Barbara Malič was one of the guest editors in the Journal of Applied Physics Letters. A special issue was devoted to the topics of piezoelectric […]
27. February 2023

Barbara Repič received Alessandro de Vita award

Barbara Repič, a young researcher from the Electronic Ceramics Department of the Institute “Jožef Stefan”, participated in the cross-border workshop for PhD students in in the […]
22. February 2023

Publication of the chapter in the book: The Electrocaloric Effect

Researchers from the Electronic Ceramics Department in collaboration with colleagues from Germany and Australia, have published a chapter in the book entitled: The Electrocaloric Effect. The […]


Dr. Aleksander Matavž, Condensed Matter Physics, JSI

“Nanoporous thin-film sensors for the detection of volatile organic compounds

April 6, 2023 at 10 a.m., Kolarjeva Lecture Room 

Ivana Goričan

“Multifunctional Ceramic Materials for Future Cooling and Energy Storage Applications

March 30, 2023 at 11 a.m., Kolarjeva Lecture Room 

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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