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14. July 2022

Prof. Barbara Malič received the Ferroelectric Recognition Award 2022 from IEEE UFFC -S

Prof. Dr Barbara Malič, Head of Electronic Ceramics Department (K5), is the recipient of the Ferroelectric Recognition Award 2022 of the IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency […]
14. July 2022

Published article in journal “Applied Energy Materials”

Together with colleagues from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana Prof. Hana Uršič Nemevšek and Matej Šadl have published an article entitled:  Flexible Energy-Storage […]
6. July 2022

Asst. Prof. Mojca Otoničar, Asst. Prof. Mirela Dragomir and Prof. Tadej Rojac have published an article in the Journal of the American Ceramic Society

Our colleagues Asst. Prof. Mojca Otoničar, Asst. Prof. Mirela Dragomir and Prof. Tadej Rojac have published a feature paper entitled Dynamics of domain walls in ferroelectrics […]

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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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