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@Institute of Physics

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Corridor in the second wing of the Institute of Physics hosting several G2D labs and offices: 122/II-125/II, 132/II-135/II.

Institute of Physics (IFZ) is the G2D unit of CEMS host institution. The expertise from members at IFZ (solid state physics, surface science, biological physics, atomic, molecular, optical and plasma physics) secures accessibility of capital equipment existing at IFZ in particular the core team members labs: scanning probe techniques STM and AFM under ambient and in vacuum, photoelectron spectroscopy and electron diffraction in vacuum, SAXS/GISAXS X-ray techniques, bio and planar sample fabrication, dielectric spectroscopy, flourescence correlation spectroscopy, femtosecond laser spectroscopy, …

@Ruđer Bošković and Physics Department

The versatility of expertise at IFZ is complemented by the equipment in labs of core members from Ruđer Bošković Institute and Physics Department at Faculty of Science: Raman spectroscopy, scanning and transmission electron microscopy, RBI accelerator facility, GISAX and its modelling, magnetron sputtering, mechanochemistry lab, computational infrastructure, …

@New capital equipment

The aim of the G2D unit is to modernize and upgrade equipment across the teams and in particular to develop new labs which will add value to the joined expertise of team members. The main two new labs to be established within the G2D unit: (1) The “CVD Lab”, based on ~2-3 inch diameter variable pressure CVD furnace and accessories, will enable us routine synthesis of large amounts of monolayer samples, which at the moment we synthesize on smaller scale below 1 inch; (2) “Laboratory for Extreme Mechanics” will enable us to study elasticity phenomena and processes intrinsic to graphene and other (macroscopically) elastic materials.

Radovi i prezentacije

Radovi

M. Kralj, Intercalated boosters,  Nature Physics 11 (2015) 11–12

J. Feng, K. Liu, M. Graf, M. Lihter, R. D. Bulushev, D. Dumcenco, D.T.L. Alexander, D. Krasnozhon, T. Vuletić, A. Kis, A. Radenovic, Electrochemical Reaction in Single Layer MoS2: Nanopores Opened Atom by Atom // Nano Letters 15 (2015) 3431–3438

T. Borzda, C. Gadermaier, N. Vujičić, et al., Charge Photogeneration in Few-Layer MoS2 // Advanced Functional Materials 25 (2015) 3351–3358

M. Petrović, J.T. Sadowski, A. Šiber, M. Kralj, Wrinkles of graphene on Ir(111): Macroscopic network ordering and internal multi-lobed structure //  Carbon 94 (2015) 856–863

Self-assembly of Ge quantum dots on periodically corrugated Si surfaces, M. Buljan, S. Facsko, I. Delač Marion, V. Mikšić Trontl, M. Kralj, M. Jerčinović, C. Baehtz, A. Muecklich, V. Holy, N. Radić, J. Grenzer // Applied Physics Letters 107 (2015) 203101

I. Šrut Rakić, D. Čapeta, M. Plodinec, and M. Kralj, Large-scale transfer and characterization of macroscopic periodically nano-rippled graphene // Carbon 96, 243–249 (2016)

I. Šrut Rakić, M. Kralj, W. Jolie, P. Lazić, W. Sun, J. Avila, M.-C. Asensio, F. Craes, V. Mikšić Trontl, C. Busse, and P. Pervan, Step-induced faceting and related electronic effects for graphene on Ir(332) // Carbon 110, 267–277 (2016)

F. H. Farwick zum Hagen, D. M. Zimmermann, C. C. Silva, C. Schlueter, N. Atodiresei, W. Jolie, A. J. Martínez-Galera, D. Dombrowski, U. A. Schröder, M. Will, P. Lazić, V. Caciuc, S. Blügel, T.-L. Lee, T. Michely, and C. Busse, Structure and Growth of Hexagonal Boron Nitride on Ir(111) // ACS Nano 10, 11012–11026 (2016)

P. Lazić, K. D. Belashchenko, and I. Žutić, Effective gating and tunable magnetic proximity effects in two-dimensional heterostructures // Physical Review B 93, 241401 (2016)

D. Vella, V. Vega-Mayoral, C. Gadermaier, N. Vujičić, T. Borzda, P. Topolovsek, M. Prijatelj, I. Tempra, E. A. A. Pogna, and G. Cerullo, Femtosecond spectroscopy on MoS2 flakes from liquid exfoliation: surfactant independent exciton dynamics // Journal of Nanophotonics 10, 012508 (2016)

T. Car, N. Nekić, M. Jerčinović, K. Salamon, I. Bogdanović-Radović, I. Delač Marion, J. Dasović, G. Dražić, M. Ivanda, and S. Bernstorff, Closely packed Ge quantum dots in ITO matrix: influence of Ge crystallization on optical and electrical properties // Materials Research Express 3, 065003 (2016)

V. Vega-Mayoral, D. Vella, T. Borzda, M. Prijatelj, I. Tempra, E. A. A. Pogna, S. Dal Conte, P. Topolovsek, N. Vujičić, G. Cerullo, D. Mihailovic, and C. Gadermaier, Exciton and charge carrier dynamics in few-layer WS2 // Nanoscale 8, 5428–5434 (2016)

A. Šiber, Shapes of minimal-energy DNA ropes condensed in confinement, Scientific Reports 6 // 29012 (2016)

I. Kaminer, Y. Tenenbaum Katan, H. Buljan, Y. Shen, O. Ilic, J. J. Lopez, L. J. Wong, J. D. Joannopoulos, and M. Soljačić, Efficient plasmonic emission by the quantum Čerenkov effect from hot carriers in graphene // Nature Communications 7, 11880 (2016)

U.A. Schroeder, M. Petrović, T. Gerber, A.J. Martinez-Galera, E. Granas, M.A. Arman, C. Herbig, J. Schnadt, M. Kralj, J. Knudsen, and T. Michely, Core level shifts of intercalated graphene // 2D Materials 4, 015013 (2017)

D. Dombrowski, W. Jolie, M. Petrovic, S. Runte, F. Craes, J. Klinkhammer, M. Kralj, P. Lazic, E. Sela, C. Busse, Energy dependent chirality effects in quasi free-standing graphene // Physical Review Letters 118, 116401 (2017)

M Petrović, U Hagemann, M Horn-von Hoegen, FJM zu Heringdorf, Microanalysis of single-layer hexagonal boron nitride islands on Ir (111) // Applied Surface Science 420, 504 (2017)

M. Petrović, P. Lazic, S. Runte, T. Michely, C. Busse, M. Kralj, Moire-regulated self-assembly of cesium adatoms on epitaxial graphene // Physical Review B 96, 085428, (2017)

J.M. Marmolejo-Tejada, K Dolui, P Lazić, P.H. Chang, S Smidstrup, D Stradi, K. Stokbro, B.K. Nikolic, Proximity band structure and spin textures on both sides of topological-insulator/ferromagnetic-metal interface and their charge transport probes // Nano Letters 17, 5626-5633 (2017)

X Lin, I Kaminer, X Shi, F Gao, Z Yang, Z Gao, H Buljan, JD Joannopoulos, M. Soljačić, H. Chen, B. Zhang, Splashing transients of 2D plasmons launched by swift electrons // Science advances 3, e1601192 (2017)

J. Hall, B. Pielić, C. Murray, W. Jolie, T. Wekking, C. Busse, M. Kralj, T. Michely, Molecular beam epitaxy of quasi-freestanding transition metal disulphide monolayers on van der Waals substrates: A growth study // 2D Materials 5, 025005 (2018)

N. Saigal, I. Wielert, D. Čapeta, N. Vujičić, B.V. Senkovskiy, M. Hell, M. Kralj, and A. Grüneis, Effect of lithium doping on the optical properties of monolayer MoS2 // Appl. Phys. Lett. 112, 121902 (2018)

I. Niehues, A. Blob, T. Stiehm, R. Schmidt, V. Jadriško, B. Radatović, D. Čapeta, M. Kralj, S. Michaelis de Vasconcellos, and R. Bratschitsch, Strain transfer across grain boundaries in MoS2 monolayers grown by chemical vapor deposition // 2D Materials 5, 031003 (2018)

T. Klačić, K. Varga, M. Kralj, I. Delač Marion, H. Vančik, and I. Biljan, Insights into the self-assembly of aromatic dinitroso derivatives on gold surface // Colloids and Surfaces A 552, 110–117 (2018)

I. Delač Marion, D. Čapeta, B. Pielić, F. Faraguna, A. Gallardo, P. Pou, B. Biel, N. Vujičić, and M. Kralj, Atomic-scale defects and electronic properties of a transferred synthesized MoS2 monolayer // Nanotechnology 29, 305703 (2018)

H. Yang, H. Guan, N. Biekert, G. Arefe, D.C. Chang, Y. Sun, P-C. Yeh, X. Liu, S-Y. Hong, I. Delač Marion, M. Kralj, J.C. Hone, R.M. Osgood, Jr., and J.I. Dadap, Layer dependence of third-harmonic generation in thick multilayer graphene // Physical Review Materials 2, 071002(R) (2018)

J. Cai, W. Jolie, C.C. Silva, M. Petrović, C. Schlueter, T. Michely, M. Kralj, T-L. Lee, C. Busse, Modifying the geometric and electronic structure of hexagonal boron nitride on Ir(111) by Cs adsorption and intercalation // Physical Review B 98, 195443 (2018)

M. Petrović, M. Horn-von Hoegen, F.-J. Meyer zu Heringdorf, Lateral heterostructures of hexagonal boron nitride and graphene: BCN alloy formation and microstructuring mechanism // Applied Surface Science 455, 1086 (2018)

P. Lazić, M. Pinterić, D. Rivas Góngora, A. Pustogow, K. Treptow, T. Ivek, O. Milat, B. Gumhalter, N. Došlić, M. Dressel, and S. Tomić, Importance of van der Waals interactions and cation-anion coupling in an organic quantum spin liquid // Physical Review B 97, 245134 (2018)

J. Feng, H. Deschout, S. Caneva, S. Hofmann, I. Lončarić, P. Lazić, A. Radenovic, Imaging of Optically Active Defects with Nanometer Resolution // Nano Letters 18, 1739-1744 (2018)

M. Plodinec, I. Grčić, M. G. Willinger, A. Hammud, X. Huang, I. Panžić, A. Gajović, Black TiO2 nanotube arrays decorated with Ag nanoparticles for enhanced visible-light photocatalytic oxidation of salicylic acid // Journal of Alloys and Compounds 776, 883-896 (2018)

S. Lukin, M. Tireli, I. Lončarić, D. Barišić, P. Šket, D. Vrsaljko, M. di Michiel, J. Plavec, K. Užarević, I. Halasz, Mechanochemical carbon–carbon bond formation that proceeds via a cocrystal intermediate // Chemical Communications 54, 13216-13219 (2018)

D.Novko, Nonadiabatic coupling effects in MgB2 reexamined // Physical Review B 98, 041112(R) (2018)

S.A. Mezzasalma, V. Janicki, K. Salamon, J. Sancho‐Parramon, Combination Law for Drude–Sommerfeld’s Electron Damping in Multilayer Thin Metal Films // Physica Status Solidi (RRL) 12, 1800149 (2018)

N. Krstulović, K. Salamon, O. Budimlija, J. Kovač, J. Dasović, P. Umek, I. Capan, Parameters optimization for synthesis of Al-doped ZnO nanoparticles by laser ablation in water // Applied Surface Science 440, 916-925 (2018)

A. Lošdorfer Božič, A. Šiber, Electrostatics-Driven Inflation of Elastic Icosahedral Shells as a Model for Swelling of Viruses // Biophysical Journal 115, 822 (2018)

D. Novko, J. C. Tremblay, M. Alducin, and J. I. Juaristi, Ultrafast Transient Dynamics of Adsorbates on Surfaces Deciphered: The Case of CO on Cu(100) // Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 016806 (2019).

I. Lončarić, M. Alducin, J. I. Juaristi, and D. Novko, CO Stretch Vibration Lives Long on Au(111) // J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 10, 1043 (2019).

D. Novko, Q. Zhang, and P. Kaghazchi, Nonadiabatic Effects in Raman Spectra of AlCl−4-graphite Based Batteries // Phys. Rev. Applied 12, 024016 (2019).

V. Despoja, D. Novko, I. Lončarić, N. Golenić, L. Marušić, and V. M. Silkin, Strong acoustic plasmons in chemically doped graphene induced by a nearby metal surface // Phys. Rev. B 100, 195401 (2019).

D. Novko, M. Kralj. Phonon-assisted processes in the ultraviolet-transient optical response of graphene // npj 2D Materials and Applications 3, 48 (2019).

S. Pecqueur, I. Lončarić, V. Zlatić, D. Vuillaume and Ž. Crljen, The non-ideal organic electrochemical transistors impedance // Org. Electron. 71, 14–23 (2019).

E. Mervinetsky, I. Alshanski, J. Buchwald, A. Dianat, I. Lončarić, P. Lazić, Ž. Crljen, R. Gutierrez, G. Cuniberti, M. Hurevich and S. Yitzchaik, Direct Assembly and Metal-Ion Binding Properties of Oxytocin Monolayer on Gold Surfaces // Langmuir 35, 11114–11122 (2019).

L. Kanižaj, K. Molčanov, F. Torić, D. Pajić, I. Lončarić, A. Šantić and M. Jurić, Ladder-like [CrCu] coordination polymers containing unique bridging modes of [Cr(C 2 O 4 ) 3 ] 3− and Cr 2 O 7 2− // Dalt. Trans. 48, 7891–7898 (2019).

B. Karadeniz, D. Žilić, I. Huskić, L. S. Germann, A. M. Fidelli, S. Muratović, I. Lončarić, M. Etter, R. E. Dinnebier, D. Barišić, N. Cindro, T. Islamoglu, O. K. Farha, T. Friščić and K. Užarević, Controlling the Polymorphism and Topology Transformation in Porphyrinic Zirconium Metal–Organic Frameworks via Mechanochemistry // J. Am. Chem. Soc. 141, 19214–19220 (2019).

T. L. Leung, H. W. Tam, F. Z. Liu, J. Y. Lin, A. M. C. Ng, W. K. Chan, W. Chen, Z. B. He, I. Lončarić, L. Grisanti, C. Ma, K. S. Wong, Y. S. Lau, F. R. Zhu, Ž. Skoko, J. Popović, A. B. Djurišić, Mixed Spacer Cation Stabilization of Blue-Emitting n=2 Ruddlesden–Popper Organic-Inorganic Halide Perovskite Films // Adv. Opt. Mater, 1901679 (2019).

R. Scholz, S. Lindner, I. Lončarić, J.C. Tremblay, J.I. Juaristi, M. Alducin, P. Saalfrank, Vibrational response and motion of carbon monoxide on Cu(100) driven by femtosecond laser pulses: Molecular dynamics with electronic friction // Phys. Rev. B 100, 245431 (2019).

M. Petrović, M. Horn-von Hoegen, F.-J. Meyer zu Heringdorf. Equilibrium shape of single-layer hexagonal boron nitride islands on iridium // Scientific Reports 9, 19553 (2019).

A. Selmani, J. Lützenkirchen, K. Kučanda, D. Dabić, E. Redel, I. Delač Marion, D. Kralj, D Domazet Jurašin, M. Dutour Sikirić, Tailoring the stability/aggregation of one- dimensional TiO2(B)/titanate nanowires using surfactants // Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology 10, 1024-1037 (2019)

A. Jurov, D. Popović, I. Šrut Rakić, I. Delač Marion, G. Filipič, J. Kovač, U. Cvelbar, N. Krstulović, Atmospheric pressure plasma jet–assisted impregnation of gold nanoparticles into PVC polymer for various applications // International journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 101, 927-938 (2019)

N. Martín-González, M. Hernando-Pérez, G.N. Condezo, M. PérezIllana, A. Šiber, D. Reguera, P. Ostapchuk, P. Hearing, C. San Martín, P. J. de Pablo, Adenovirus major core protein condenses DNA in clusters and bundles, modulating genome release and capsid internal pressure // Nucl. Acids Res. 47, 9231 (2019).

M. Kokalj Ladan, P. Ziherl, A. Šiber, Topology of dividing planar tilings: Mitosis and order in epithelial tissues // Phys. Rev. E 100, 012410 (2019)

K Salamon, P Dubček, G Dražić, S Bernstorff, N Radić, Lateral inhomogeneities in W/C multilayer mirrors // Thin Solid Films 691, 137611 (2019)

L Basioli, K Salamon, M Tkalčević, I Mekterović, S Bernstorff, M Mičetić, Application of GISAXS in the Investigation of Three-Dimensional Lattices of Nanostructures // Crystals 9, 479 (2019)

N. Nekić, I. Šarić, K. Salamon, L. Basioli, J. Sancho-Parramon, J. Grenzer, R. Hübner, S. Bernstorff, M. Petravić, M. Mičetić, Preparation of non-oxidized Ge quantum dot lattices in amorphous Al2O3, Si3N4 and SiC matrices // Nanotechnology 30, 335601 (2019)

K Salamon, M Mičetić, J Sancho-Parramon, I Bogdanović Radović, Z Siketić, I Šarić, M Petravić, S Bernstorff, β-TaON thin films: production by reactive magnetron sputtering and the question of non-stoichiometry // J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 52, 305304 (2019)

J Sancho-Parramon, B Okorn, K Salamon, V Janicki, Plasmonic resonances in copper island films // Applied Surface Science 463, 847-853 (2019)

I. Panžić, K. Juraić, N. Krstulović, A. Šantić, D. Belić, D. Blažeka, M. Plodinec, V. Mandić, J. Macan, A. Hammud, D. Ivanov, J. Plaisier, M. G. Willinger, D. Gracin, A. Gajović, ZnO@ TiO2 Core Shell Nanorod Arrays with Tailored Structural, Electrical, and Optical Properties for Photovoltaic Application // Molecules 24, 3965 (2019)

M. Plodinec, I. Grčić, M. G. Willinger, A. Hammud, X. Huang, I. Panžić, A. Gajović, Black TiO2 nanotube arrays decorated with Ag nanoparticles for enhanced visible-light photocatalytic oxidation of salicylic acid // Journal of Alloys and Compounds 776, 883-896 (2019)

J. Macan, M. Ivanko, I. Bukovčan, I. Grčić, A. Gajović, Stable hierarchical ZnO structures for photocatalytic degradation of 2, 5-dihydroxybenzoic acid // Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing 97, 48-55 (2019)

Z. Torbatian, D. Novko, R. Asgari, Tunable low-loss hyperbolic plasmon polaritons in a Td-WTe2 single layer // Phys. Rev. Applied 14, 044014 (2020).

Z. Torbatian, M. Alidoosti, D. Novko, R. Asgari, Low-loss two-dimensional plasmon modes in antimonene // Phys. Rev. B 101, 20541 (2020).

D. Novko, F. Caruso, C. Draxl, E. Cappelluti Ultrafast Hot Phonon Dynamics in MgB2 Driven by Anisotropic Electron-Phonon Coupling // Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 077001 (2020).

D. Novko, Broken adiabaticity induced by Lifshitz transition in MoS2 and WS2 single layers // Commun. Phys. 3, 30 (2020).

F. Caruso, D. Novko, C. Draxl, Photoemission signatures of nonequilibrium carrier dynamics from first principles // Phys. Rev. B 101, 035128 (2020).

T.L. Leung, H.W. Tam, F. Liu, J. Lin, A.M.C. Ng, W.K. Chan, W. Chen, Z. He, I. Lončarić, L. Grisanti, Mixed Spacer Cation Stabilization of Blue‐Emitting n= 2 Ruddlesden–Popper Organic–Inorganic Halide Perovskite Films // Advanced Optical Materials, 8, 1901679, (2020).

Y. Yuan, K. Sheng, S. Zeng, X. Han, L. Sun, I. Lončarić, W. Zhan, D. Sun, Engineering Cu/TiO2@ N-Doped C Interfaces Derived from an Atom-Precise Heterometallic CuII4TiIV5 Cluster for Efficient Photocatalytic Hydrogen Evolution // Inorganic Chemistry, 59, 8, 5456-5462, (2020).

H.W. Tam, T.K. Leung, W. Sun, F. Liu, C. Ma, K.S. Wong, I. Lončarić, L. Grisanti, J. Ovčar, Ž. Skoko, Phase control for quasi-2D blue emitters by spacer cation engineering // Journal of Materials Chemistry C, 8, 11052-11060, (2020).

S. Lukin, T. Stolar, I. Lončarić, I. Milanović, N. Biliškov, M. di Michiel, T. Friščić, I. Halasz, Mechanochemical Metathesis between AgNO3 and NaX (X= Cl, Br, I) and Ag2XNO3 Double-Salt Formation // Inorganic Chemistry, 59, 17, 12200–12208, (2020).

M. Bosnar, V. Caciuc, N. Atodiresei, I. Lončarić, S. Blügel, Se intercalation between PtSe2 and Pt surface in synthesis of PtSe2 by direct selenization of Pt surface // Physical Review B 102, 115427 (2020).

M. Bosnar, I. Lončarić, P. Lazić, K.D. Belashchenko, I. Žutić, Proximity-induced magnetization in graphene: Towards efficient spin gating // Physical Review Materials 4, 114006 (2020).

L. Kanižaj, D. Barišić, F. Torić, D. Pajić, K. Molčanov, A. Šantić, I. Lončarić, M. Jurić, Structural, Electrical, and Magnetic Versatility of the Oxalate-Based [CuFe] Compounds Containing 2,2′:6′,2″-Terpyridine: Anion-Directed Synthesis // Inorganic Chemistry 59, 18078–18089 (2020).

V. Martinez, B. Karadeniz, N. Biliškov, I. Lončarić, S. Muratović, D. Žilić, S.M. Avdoshenko, M. Roslova, A.A. Popov, K. Užarević, Tunable Fulleretic Sodalite MOFs: Highly Efficient and Controllable Entrapment of C60 Fullerene via Mechanochemistry // Chemistry of Materials 32, 10628–10640 (2020).

S. Tanaka, T. Yoshida, K. Watanabe, Y. Matsumoto, T. Yasuike, M. Petrović, M. Kralj, Linewidth Narrowing with Ultimate Confinement of an Alkali Multipole Plasmon by Modifying Surface Electronic Wave Functions with Two-Dimensional Materials // Physical Review Letters 125, 126802 (2020).

T. Yoshida, K. Watanabe, M. Petrović, and Marko Kralj, Anomalous temperature Dependence of Exciton Spectral Diffusion in Tetracene Thin Film // The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 11, 5248 (2020).

B. Pielić, J. Hall, V. Despoja, I. Šrut Rakić, M. Petrović, A. Sohani, C. Busse, T. Michely, M. Kralj, Sulfur structures on bare and graphene-covered Ir(111) // The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 124, 6659 (2020).

T. Hartl, M. Will, D. Čapeta, R. Singh, D. Scheinecker, V.B. de la Cruz, S. Dellmann, P. Lacovig, S. Lizzit, B.V. Senkovskiy, A. Grüneis, M. Kralj, J. Knudsen, J. Kotakoski, T. Michely, P. Bampoulis, Cluster Superlattice Membranes // ACS Nano 14, 13629-13637 (2020).

I. Grčić, A. Gajović, M. Plodinec, K. Šimunković, H. Ivanković, M.-G. Willinger, Enhanced Visible-Light Driven Photocatalytic Activity of Ag@TiO2 Photocatalyst Prepared in Chitosan Matrix // Catalysts 10(7), 763 (2020).

T. Čižmar, V. Kojić, M. Rukavina, L. Brkljačić, K. Salamon, I. Grčić, L. Radetić, A. Gajović, Hydrothermal Synthesis of FeOOH and Fe2O3 Modified Self-Organizing Immobilized TiO2 Nanotubes for Photocatalytic Degradation of 1H-Benzotriazole // Catalysts 10, 1371 (2020).

T. Čižmar, I. Panžić, K. Salamon, I. Grčić, L. Radetić, J. Marčec, A. Gajović, Low-cost synthesis of Cu-modified immobilized nanoporous TiO2 for photocatalytic degradation of 1H-benzotriazole // Catalysts 10, 19 (2020).

J. Macan, F. Brleković, S. Kralj, A. Supina, D. Gracin, A. Šantić, A. Gajović, Soft chemistry synthesis of CaMnO3 powders and films // Ceramics International 46, 18200–18207 (2020).

I. Erceg, A. Selmani, A. Gajović, I. Panžić, D. Iveković, F. Faraguna, S. Šegota, M. Ćurlin, V. Strasser, J. Kontrec, D. Kralj, N. Maltar Strmečki, M. Dutor Sikirić, Calcium phosphate formation on TiO2 nanomaterials of different dimensionality // Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 593, 124615 (2020).

L. Basioli, M. Tkalčević, I. Bogdanović-Radović, G. Dražić, P. Nadazdy, P. Siffalovic, K. Salamon, M. Mičetić, 3D Networks of Ge Quantum Wires in Amorphous Alumina Matrix // Nanomaterials 10, 1363 (2020).

J. Macan, M. Dutour Sikirić, M. Deluca, R. Bermejo, C. Baudin, M. Plodinec, K. Salamon, M. Čeh, A. Gajović, Mechanical properties of zirconia ceramics biomimetically coated with calcium deficient hydroxyapatite // Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 111, 104006 (2020).

M. Tkalčević, L. Basioli, K. Salamon, I. Šarić, J. Sancho-Parramon, M. Bubaš, I. Bogdanović-Radović, S. Bernstorff, Z. Fogarassy, K. Balázsi, M. Petravić, M. Mičetić, Ge quantum dot lattices in alumina prepared by nitrogen assisted deposition: Structure and photoelectric conversion efficiency // Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells 218, 110722 (2020).

L. Basioli, J. Sancho-Parramon, V. Despoja, S. Fazinić, I. Bogdanović Radović, I. Božićević Mihalić, K. Salamon, N. Nekić, M. Ivanda, G. Dražić, S. Bernstorff, G. Aquilanti, M. Mičetić, Ge Quantum Dots Coated with Metal Shells (Al, Ta, and Ti) Embedded in Alumina Thin Films for Solar Energy Conversion // ACS Applied Nano Materials 3, 8640–8650 (2020).

M. Jakovac, T. Klaser, B. Radatović, Ž. Skoko, L. Pavić, M. Žic, Surface Characterization and Conductivity of Two Types of Lithium-Based Glass Ceramics after Accelerating Ageing // Materials 13, 5632 (2020).

T. Mihelj Josipović, M. Kovačević, S. Mateša, M. Kostešić, N. Matijaković, B. Radatović, D.M. Lyons, D. Kralj, M. Dutour Sikirić, The Influence of Different Classes of Amino Acids on Calcium Phosphates Seeded Growth // Materials 13, 4798 (2020).

M. Kralj, A. Supina, D. Čapeta, I. Sović, I. Halasz, Mechanochemical oxidation of graphite for graphene-hydrogel applications: Pitfalls and benefits // Materialia 14, 100908 (2020).

A. Božič and A. Šiber, Mechanical design of apertures and the infolding of pollen grain // Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 117, 26600 (2020).

A. Šiber, “Icosadeltahedral Geometry of Geodesic Domes, Fullerenes and Viruses: A Tutorial on the T-Number” // Symmetry 12, 556 (2020).

M. Tkalčević, M. Gotić, L. Basioli, M. Lihter, G. Dražić, S. Bernstorff, T. Vuletić, M. Mičetić, Deposition of Thin Alumina Films Containing 3D Ordered Network of Nanopores on Porous Substrates // Materials 13, 2883 (2020).

A. Selmani, L. Ulm, K. Kasemets, I. Kurvet, I. Erceg, R. Barbir, B. Pem, P. Santini, I. Delač Marion, T. Vinković, A. Krivohlavek, M. Dutour Sikirić, A. Kahru, I. Vinković Vrček, Stability and toxicity of differently coated selenium nanoparticles under model environmental exposure settings // Chemosphere 250, 126265 (2020).

Pozvana konferencijska predavanja

Chemical and mechanical nanoengineering of (epitaxial) graphene, M. Kralj @ Energy Materials and Nanotechnology Qingdao Meeting, Qingdao, China (14.-17.6.2015.)

Epitaksijalni grafen i srodni 2D materijali, M. Kralj @ 9. znanstveni sastanak Hrvatskog fiziklanog društva, Umag, Croatia (5.-7.10.2015.)

Graphene Applications, M. Kralj @ Inovation – Driven Defence Enterprising, Zagreb, Croatia (19.-20.10.2015.)

Odabrani seminari i kolokviji

Chemical and mechanical engineering of epitaxial graphene, 25.3.2015, talk by M. Kralj at Physik-Institut, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland (invited by Thomas Greber)

Engineering epitaxial graphene by adsorption, intercalation and strain, 3.6.2015, talk by M. Kralj at NUS Centre for Advanced 2D Materials, National University of Singapore, Singapore (invited by Slaven Garaj)

Aspects of epitaxial graphene engineering: adsorption, intercalation, strain, and transfer, 10.6.2015, talk by M. Kralj at Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China (invited by Hongjun Gao / Ye-Liang Wang)

Primjene epitaksijalnog grafena: adsorpcija, interkalacija, elastičnost, 13.07.2015., talk by M. Kralj at Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences, Split, Croatia (invited by Vlasta Bonačić-Koutecky)

Teme istraživanja

G2D mosaic green_LRThe G2D draws its strength upon synergy of researchers with versatile expertise in condensed matter physics, optics and photonics, soft-matter physics, solid state chemistry, ion-beam physics, and material science. This expertise and synergy provides a promise for discoveries of new phenomena in 2D materials, and potentially their applications. Particular topics to be investigated aim at (opto)mechanical, optoelectronic, spintronic, bioelectronic, capacitor, and photovoltaic applications.

Synthesis. All large scale applications require synthesis (in large amounts) of large area 2D materials. We will explore and improve different methods of synthesis. The CVD method will be exploited under various conditions (vacuum, low pressure, atmospheric pressure) and optimised for the growth of large area (~few cm2) graphene, TMD, and h-BN single-crystal layers on metallic and other types of substrates; we will develop methods of functionalization (modify shapes, electronic properties, etc…) in electronic, optoelectronic and bioelectronic devices. We will develop transfer procedures based on novel carrier polymers and solvents which were not yet exploited, in order to obtain high-quality devices for characterization of optical and (opto)mechanical properties or to obtain high-quality electrode for solar cells. We will also develop mechanochemical methods to synthesize large amounts of 2D material, which offers greater control of the reaction course over traditional methods by establishing novel methods of high-throughput synthesis e.g. for the optimization of graphene anode in supercapacitors. Finally, we plan to produce more complex samples and by this we aim at specific properties and functionality of these complex structures. This will involve production of hybrid structures like DNA arrays on template graphene; samples and devices intercalated by magnetic or other desired proximity property materials; heterostructures obtained by combination of graphene and/or TMD and/or h-BN layers; transparent electrodes for quantum-dots based novel photovoltaic applications; defect engineered graphene and 2D materials.

Characterization. We apply a broad chain of characterization methods aiming at different physical properties. Basic sample characterization is provided through the application of Raman micro spectroscopy (Raman), scanning- and transmission-electron microscopy (SEM, TEM), scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopy (STM, AFM) characterization, and additional techniques, such as x-ray diffraction, or grazing incidence small angle x-ray scattering. In addition, more specialized experiments are envisioned to explore: optical properties of 2D materials (photodetection, photoluminescence, photoexcited carriers); macroscopic elastic properties, e.g. wrinkles and more complicated forms in porous graphite with an experimental insight obtained in newly established Laboratory for extreme mechanics; electronic transport and electronic band structure of different samples by transport methods and photoelectron spectroscopies; efficiency of 2D materials as electrodes in the photovoltaic elements; performance of graphene anode obtained from high-throughput synthesis; porosimetry for samples relevant for gas storing.

Modelling. Theoretical calculations are performed to study various electric, optical and mechanical properties of graphene and 2D materials by using the most up-to-date methods and techniques including DFT calculations (numerical), density-matrix theory calculation of the AC conductivity (perturbation theory), finite-difference time-domain Maxwell equations (numerical calculation of the optical properties of graphene based devices), and theory of elasticity (mechanical properties). In addition, for more complex structures e.g. transistors, electrodes such as gates will be implemented in vdW-DF methodology to model or predict properties of rechargeable batteries, solar cell materials, thermoelectrics and so on.

Teme istraživanja

  1. Generiranje kvantno spregnutih parova fotona

G2D_scheme_LRNa Institutu Ruđer Bošković izgradili smo eksperimentalni postav za tzv. parametarsku konverziju frekvencije koristeći diodini laser na 405 nm kojeg smo sami izradili. Fotografija prikazuje ortogonalni presjek dvaju svjetlosnih konusa koji izlaze iz nelinearnog optičkog kristala beta-barijumborata (BBO). Kvantno spregnuti fotoni izlaze u paru (tzv. Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen, EPR) iz dvaju presjeka. Ovaj uređaj daje oko 40.000 EPR parova u sekundi uz određen stupanj nesavršenosti u kvaliteti sprezanja.

Međutim, za većinu planiranih istraživanja, nužan nam je znatno jači i savršeniji izvor energijski degeneriranih (jednakih) EPR parova, napose za istraživanja u: kvantnoj holografiji, kvantno-koreliranoj mikroskopiji, optičkim rezonatorima, hipersprezanju, super brzoj kvantnoj kriptografiji, generiranju slučajnih brojeva, realizaciji Kochen-Speckerovih skupova, potrazi za skrivenim vektorskim bozonima, itd. Preferirano rješenje je izgraditi izvor u VIS-NIR području valne duljine gdje je naša inovativna tehnologija detekcije postiže najbolje performanse, koristeći dobro poznatu tehniku s polarizacijski alternirajućim nelinearnim optičkim kristalima kao što je PPLN.

  1. Istraživanje poboljšanja tehnika detecije fotona

U našoj skupini imamo svjetski prepoznatu stručnost u izgradnji detektora fotona koji kao senzor koriste lavinske fotodiode u Geigerovom režimu rada. Aktivni smo u razvoju inovativnih detektora (brojača) fotona kao i u istraživanju novih metoda za karakterizaciju istih. Istraživanja kojima se bavimo u CEMS-Fotonici orijentirana su ka istraživanju i korištenju kvantnih svojstava pojedinačnih fotona, dakle, gotovo svi naši eksperimenti ovise o detekciji ili brojanju fotona. U tu svrhu gotovo isključivo koristimo detektore fotona razvijene u našem laboratoriju, koje smo prilagođavamo pojedinoj namjeni.

  1. Holografija

Trenutno se za istraživanja u holografiji uglavnom koriste snažni laserski izvori svjetlosti i CCD kamere za snimanje digitalnih holograma. Mi planiramo proširiti holografske tehnike u dva nova smjera: holografiju s brojanjem pojedinačnih fotona i kvantnu holografiju. Za to će su nam potrebni snažan izvor EPR parova i novi tip poziciono razlučive kamere s pikselima osjetljivim na pojedinačne fotone, a oboje su također predmeti našeg istraživanja.

Dok holografiju koristimo za snimanje i rekonstrukciju kompleksnih trodimenzionalnih valnih fronti, interferometrija omogućuje analizu statičkih i dinamičkih promjena u tim valnim frontama. Obje tehnike, i holografija i interferometrija, prošle su kroz nekoliko razvojnih putova. Jedan put ide od klasičnog do digitalnog pristupa (zamjena foto-emulzija CCD senzorima) što je otvorilo nove mogućnosti kao što je izrada digitalnog holografskog interferometrijskog video filma u boji ili monitoring vibracijskih modalnih struktura u stvarnom vremenu. Drugi razvojni put ide od visokih do fundamentalno najnižih intenziteta rasvjete. U svim spomenutim segmentima članovi naše grupe dali su značajan doprinos. Ovaj drugi put vodi do ultra-niske razine svjetla odnosno do holografije s pojedinačnim fotonima i, za sada hipotetske, kvantne holografije. Uvjeti ultra-niske razine rasvjete nameću izuzetno zahtjevne laboratorijske uvjete i tehnike kao što su: posebni svjetlosni izvori, matrični poziciono razlučivi detektori osjetljivi na pojedinačne fotone itd,  te posebno klimatizirani laboratorijski prostor u potpunosti lišen vibracijskih, elektromagnetskih i ostalih smetnji. Zauzvrat, novi istraživački smjerovi mogli bi osigurati originalna teorijska dostignuća, primjene i izume.

  1. Potraga za bozonima iz skrivenog sektora optičkim tehnikama

Skriveni sektori su skupina fundamentalnih polja koja djeluju između sebe ali imaju vrlo slabo međudjelovanje sa vidljivim svijetom,. Skriveni sektori su uobičajeni sastojci teorija koje proširuju Standardni model, nudeći istovremeno objašnjenje njegovih parametara i hijerarhija. Polja u Standardnom modelu dozvoljavaju kinetičko miješanje između Standardnog modela i skrivenih U(1) polja gdje je bozon (za sada hipotetički) koji pripada dodanoj U(1) grupi nazvan parafotonom. Postoji čitavo bogatstvo teorijskih modela koji pružaju dovoljno slobode da bi opravdali postojanje parafotona sa bilo kojim parametrima koji su dozvoljeni eksperimentalnim opažanjima. Kinetičko miješanje osigurava mehanizam za oscilaciju fotona u laki bozon i nazad koja može biti iskorišten u eksperimentima zasnovanim na njegovom slabom međudjelovanju sa vidljivim svijetom. Taj tip eksperimenta se općenito naziva “prolazak svjetlosti kroz zid”. Ako se foton na jednoj strani zida pretvori u parafoton, on neometano može proći kroz neprozirni zid. Na drugoj strani zida, pod uvjetom da iz stanja parafotona prijeđe u stanje fotona, u odgovarajućem detektoru niskog šuma biti će detektiran foton. Vjerojatnost opažanja signala može biti povećana za nekoliko redova veličina uz korištenje optičkih rezonantnih šupljina sa obe strane zida, što je put istraživanja kojim smo mi krenuli.

  1. Kvantna kriptografija i kvantna komunikacija

Kvantna kriptografija omogućuje potpuno siguran prijenos informacije između dvije točke putem tehnike narastanja prethodno postojećeg “malog” zajedničkog ključa. Do sada je dokazano da je sigurnost kvantnih protokola garantirana zakonima kvantne fizike pa čak i ukoliko oni vrijede samo približno, tj. ukoliko naše poznavanje kvantne fizike nije potpuno. Praktični uređaji za kvantnu kriptografiju već su komercijalizirani (IqQuantitue, Švicarska i MagiQ, USA), ali su za sada daleko od praktičnosti i cijenovne pristupačnosti koja bi omogućila širu upotrebu. Da bi se dobili praktični uređaji potreban je znatan napredak i na fundamentalnoj i na tehnološkoj razini.

Aktivno sudjelujemo u međunarodnom projektu SPACEQuest Europske Svemirske Agencije (ESA) čija je misija ostvarenje  kvantne komunikacije na relaciji Zemlja – Svemir (odnosno Međunarodna svemirska postaja ISS) sa svrhom propitivanja utjecaja gravitacije na kvatno sprezanje i mogućnosti ostvarenja kvantne kriotografije između bilo koje dvije točkena Zemlji (vidi ovdje).

  1. Kvantna slučajnost i kvantna kontekstualnost

Slučajnost ili nasumičnost je neprocjenjiv resurs u mnogim područjima znanstvenih istraživanja i praktičnih primjena, naročito u području kriptografije oja je ključ kompjuterske odnosno ICT iliti cyber sigurnosti. Naime, klasična računala generiraju pseudo-slučajne brojeve koji mogu biti korisni u nekim primjenama, no oni su ipak  fundamentalno deterministički i stoga, barem u načelu, predvidljivi što je pogubno za sigurnost kriptografije. Dokazali smo da je kvantna kriptografija nemoguća bez lokalnih privatnih generatora slučajnih brojeva ili nečeg ekvivalentnog tome. Ima više otvorenih pitanja koja se odnose slučajnost. Kao prvo, nemamo definiciju slušajnosti. Zatim tu je pitanje što je izvor slučajnosti u kvantnoj fizici, je li fundamentalan ili izvedeni fenomen, da li je slučajnst potpuna (prava) ili približna, odnosno postoje li skrivene varijable?

Generatori slučajnih brojeva su jedna od vrućih tema istraživanja u posljednjem desetljeću. Međutim oštar nesrazmjer između broja publikacija (83 patenata godišnje u zadnjem desetljeću, 1418 ukupno, bezbroj znanstvenih članaka) i broja od samo pet ostvarenih praktičnih kvantnih generatora slučajnih brojeva koji se ikada pojavili na jasno pokazuje koncepcijsku i tehničku nezrelost ove grane. Prema našem mišljenju, glavni problemi su nedostatak dokaza slučajnost i neponovljivosti rezultata. Naše istraživanje usmjereno je prema uklanjanju ili premošćavanju tih problema.

Kvantna nasumičnost je također implicitno sadržana u kvantnoj kontekstualnosti. Kvantna kontekstualnost je svojstvo kvantnog sistema da svako njegovo mjerenje ima vrijednost neovisnu od drugih kompatibilnih mjerenja izvedenih na sistemu. Stoga rezultati mjerenja kvantnih sistema ne mogu općenito imati predodređene vrijednosti, a skupovi koji posjeduju maksimalnu neodređenost nazivaju se Kochen-Specker-ovim (KS) skupovima. U tom području već imamo značajnih teorijskih rezultata te ćemo nastaviti teorijska i eksperimentalna istraživanja u tom području.

Istraživanje slučajnosti i principa generiranja slučajnih brojeva vrlo lako može rezultirati novim EU projektima, patentabilnim izumima, suradnjom s malim i srednjim poduzećima (SME) te rješenjima za obrambeni sektor odnosno domovinsku sigurnost.

  1. Skalabilno kvantno računanje i kvantni obnavljači (repeateri)

Kvantno računanje je hipotetska računalna paradigma na čijem se praktičnom ostvarenju intenzivno radi u posljednje vrijeme. Mi razvijamo algebarski formalizam koji bi mogao omogućiti univerzalno kvantno računanje pomoću direktnog prevođenja standardnog formalizma Hilbertovog prostora u algebarske kvantne protokole s ugrađenim eksponencijalnim ubrzanjem računanja za određene specijalne klase matematičkih problema.

Usko povezana s time je i mogućnost ostvarenja kvantnog obnavljanja (quantum repeater) koje bi omogućilo bitno povećanje dometa kvantne kriptografije.

 

Članovi

Institut Ruđer Bošković, Bijenička 54, HR-10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska (IRB):

mario.stipcevic Dr. sc. Mario Stipčević, znanstveni savjetnik na IRB-u, voditelj istraživačke jedinice CEMS-Fotonika. Ekspertiza i teme istraživanja: novih principi i uređaji za generiranje kvantno spregnutih parova fotona, kvantna kriptografija i kvantna komunikacija, biomimetičko računanje, kvantna slučajnost, holografija u uvjetima niske razine svjetla, kvantna kontekstualnost, diodni laseri i detektori fotona.
Dr. sc. Martin Lončarić, znanstveni suradnik na IRB-u. Znanstveno-istraživačke aktivnosti su mu u polju fotonike (plazmonika, optička i strukturna svojstva nanočestica plemenitih metala, metal-dielektrik kompozita i optičkih tankoslojnih sustava te primijenjena kvantna optika). Sudjelovao je u nizu projekata razvoja i proizvodnje optičkih i optoelektroničkih uređaja i instrumentacije s primjenama u znanosti, medicini te za potrebe obrane i nacionalne sigurnosti. Ima veliko iskustvo u pružanju ekspertiza, mjerenja i ispitivanja iz područja optike i fotonike subjektima iz gospodarstva.
Dr. sc. Budimir Kliček, znanstveni suradnik na IRB-u. Provodi znanstveno-istraživačke aktivnosti u polju fizike neutrina, te primjene fotonskih detektora u tome polju. Voditelj je IRB grupe Horizon 2020 projekta ESSnuSB, te predstavnik IRB-a na eksperimentima ENUBET i JUNO.
Dipl. ing. Anton Radman, stručni suradnik na Institutu Ruđer Bošković. Diplomirao je elektrotehniku na Fakultetu elektrotehnike i računarstva u Zagrebu. Na Institutu Ruđer Bošković radi od 2003. godine. Radi na projektiranju elektroničkih sklopova i tiskanih veza za optoelektroničke sustave, projektiranju sklopova na FPGA platformama, razvoju sklopova i programske podrške za povezivanje računala i mjernih uređaja. Radio je na razvoju medicinske instrumentacije za fotodinamičku terapiju i dijagnostiku (uređaji MediLED) i implementaciji automatizacije upravljanja i kontrole sustava za naparavanje optičkih tankih slojeva.
Mag. phys. Matej Peranić, asistent na IRB-u. Znanstveno-istraživačke aktivnosti iz područja primjenjene kvantne optike.
Željko Samec, tehnički suradnik na IRB-u na poslovima projektiranja i izrade optomehaničkih sustava s višegodišnjim iskustvom rada u optičkoj industriji na poslovima vođenja proizvodnje naočalnih leća i tankih filmova te u obrambenoj industriji.
Mateja Batelić, student volonter na IRB-u. Znanstveno-istraživačke aktivnosti iz područja kvantne optike.

Institut za Fiziku, Bijenička 46, HR-10000 Zagreb, Hrvatska (IF):

Dr. sc. Nazif Demoli, znanstveni savjetnik na IF-u. Voditelj Laboratorija za koherentnu optiku na IF-u i voditelj HRzz projekta “Holografija i interferometrija u uvjetima niske razine svjetla”. Njegov rani rad bio je u području optičkog prepoznavanja uzoraka s posebnim interesom za projektiranje i optimizaciju složenih korelacijskih filtara, kao i njihova izvedba pomoću prostornih modulatora svjetla. Njegovi istraživački interesi uključuju: holografiju (klasičnu, digitalnu i kvantnu) i interferometriju (lasersku i holografsku).
Dr. sc. Hrvoje Skenderović, viši znanstveni suradnik na IF-u. Njegove istraživačke aktivnosti uklučuju: femtosekundnu lasersku spektroskopiju, direktno lasersko pisanje ultrakratkim pulsevima, koherentna kontrola pomoću femtosekundnih pulseva, fotoluminescencija tankih slojeva i digitalna holografija. Posjeduje certifikat Certified Labview Associate Devoloper (CLAD).
Denis Abramović, MSc, asistent na IF-u. Njegovi istraživački interesi uključuju istraživanje fundamentalnih kvantnih pojava i njihova primjena, interferometriju i holografiju.

Sveučilište u Rijeci, Trg braće Mažuranića 10, HR-51000 Rijeka, Hrvatska

Prof. dr. sc. Marin Karuza je izvanredni profesor na Sveučilištu u Rijeci i voditelj Laboratorija za nelinearnu i kvantnu optiku. Njegovi glavni istraživački interesi su astro fizika i kvantna optika. Područja ekspertize su: optika napose Fabry-Perot optički rezonatori, interferometrija, rezonatori, kontrolne petlje i LabVIEW.

Humboldt University, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Njemačka:

Dr. Sc. Mladen Pavičić, Znanstveni savjetnik. Ekspertiza: kvantna informatika, kvantno računarstvo, kvantna kriptografija, kvantni kontekstualni modeli, generiranje Kochen-Specker-ovih skupova, generiranje i manipuliranje spregnutih fotona.

Radovi i prezentacije

Članci u časopisima koje indeksira Current Contents:

  1. M. Stipčević, “Biomimetic Random Pulse Computation or Why Do Humans Play Basketball Better than Robots?” Biomimetics 8 (2023) 594. DOI: 10.3390/biomimetics8080594
  2. M. Batelić, M. Stipčević, “Stochastic Adder Circuits with Improved Entropy Output.”, Entropy 25 (2023) 1592. DOI: 10.3390/e25121592
  3. M. Stipčević, “Enhancing the Security of the BB84 Quantum Key Distribution Protocol against Detector-Blinding Attacks via the Use of an Active Quantum Entropy Source in the Receiving Station”, Entropy 25 (2023) 1518. DOI: 10.3390/e25111518
  4. F. Acerbi, …, L. Halić, …, B. Kliček, …, M. Stipčević, et. al. “Design and performance of the ENUBET monitored neutrino beam”, Eur. Phys. J.C 83, 964 (2023). DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-023-12116-3
  5. M. Pavičić, “Non-Kochen-Specker Contextuality,” Entropy, 25(8), 1117-1-21 (2023).    DOI: 10.3390/e25081117
  6. Peranić, M., Clark, M., Wang, R. et al. A study of polarization compensation for quantum networks. EPJ Quantum Technol. 10, 30 (2023). DOI: 10.1140/epjqt/s40507-023-00187-w
  7. H. Abele, … , M. Ghosh, … , L. Halić, … , B. Kliček, … , K. Krhač, …, M. Stipčević, et al. “Particle Physics at the European Spallation Source,” Phys. Rept. 1023 (2023), 1-84. DOI: 10.1016/j.physrep.2023.06.001
  8. M. Ghosh, S. Goswami, S. Pan, B. Pavlović, “Implications of the DLMA Solution of θ12 for IceCube Data Using Different Astrophysical Sources,” Universe 9, 380 (2023). DOI: 10.3390/universe9090380
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  10. Alekou, A., …, M. Ghosh, …, L.Halić, …, B. Kliček, …, K. Krhač, …, M. Stipčević, et. al. The ESSnuSB Design Study: Overview and Future Prospects. Universe 2023, 9, 347.  DOI: 10.3390/universe9080347
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  12. P. Keshavarzian, …, M. Stipčević, …, “A 3.3-Gb/s SPAD-Based Quantum Random Number Generator,” in IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits. 58 (2023) 2632-2647. DOI: 10.1109/JSSC.2023.3274692.
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  14. R. Majhi, D.K. Singha, M. Ghosh and R. Mohanta, “Distinguishing nonstandard interaction and Lorentz invariance violation at the Protvino to super-ORCA experiment”, Phys. Rev. D 107 (2023), 075036 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.107.075036
  15. M. Ghosh and O. Yasuda, “Effect of matter density in T2HK and DUNE”, Nucl. Phys. B 989 (2023), 116142.  DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2023.116142
  16. D. Raikwal, S. Choubey and M. Ghosh, “Determining neutrino mass ordering with ICAL, JUNO and T2HK”, Eur. Phys. J. Plus 138 (2023), 110.  DOI: 10.1140/epjp/s13360-023-03697-9
  17. I. Jurak, M. Cokarić Brdovčak, L. Djaković, I. Bertović, K. Knežević, M. Lončarić, A. Jurak Begonja, N. Malatesti, “Photodynamic Inhibition of Herpes Simplex Virus 1 Infection by Tricationic Amphiphilic Porphyrin with a Long Alkyl Chain”, Pharmaceutics (2023), 15, 956
    DOI: 10.3390/pharmaceutics15030956
  18. M. Pavičić (2023), “Quantum Contextuality,” Quantum, 7, 953-1-68 (2023).    DOI: 10.22331/q-2023-17-953
  19. A. Alekou, E. Baussan, A. K. Bhattacharyya, N. Blaskovic Kraljevic, M. Blennow, M. Bogomilov, B. Bolling, E. Bouquerel, O. Buchan and A. Burgman, et al. “The European Spallation Source neutrino super-beam conceptual design report”, Eur. Phys. J. ST 231 (2022)   DOI: 10.1140/epjs/s11734-022-00664-w
  20. P. Panda, M. Ghosh, P. Mishra and R. Mohanta, “Extracting the best physics sensitivity from T2HKK: A study on optimal detector volume”, Phys. Rev. D 106 (2022), 073006.   DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.106.073006
  21. M. Pavičić and N. Megill (2022), “Automated Generation of Arbitrarily Many Kochen-Specker and Other Contextual Sets in Odd Dimensional Hilbert Spaces,” Physical Review A106, L060203-1-5 (2022).    DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.106.L060203.
  22. S. Choubey, M. Ghosh and D. Raikwal, “Neutrino mass ordering: Circumventing the challenges using synergy between T2HK and JUNO”, Phys. Rev. D 106 (2022), 115013.  DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.106.115013
  23. D. Ribezzo, M. Zahidy, I. Vagniluca, N. Biagi, S. Francesconi, T. Occhipinti, L. K. Oxenløwe, M. Lončarić, I. Cvitić, M. Stipčević et al. “Deploying an Inter-European Quantum Network”, Advanced Quantum Technologies 6, 2200061 (2022), DOI: 10.1002/qute.202200061
  24. Y. Pelet, I.V. Puthoor, N. Venkatachalam, S. Wengerowsky, M. Lončarić, S.P. Neumann, B. Liu, Ž. Samec, M. Stipčević, R. Ursin, E. Andersson, J.G. Rarity, D. Aktas, S.K. Joshi, “Unconditionally secure digital signatures implemented in an eight-user quantum network”, New Journal of Physics, 24 (2022) 093038, DOI: 10.1088/1367-2630/ac8e25
  25. N. R. Solomons, A. I. Fletcher, D. Aktas; N. Venkatachalam, S. Wengerowsky, M. Lončarić, S. P. Neumann; B. Liu; Ž. Samec; M. Stipčević, R. Ursin, S. Pirandola, J. G. Rarity, S. K. Joshi, “Scalable Authentication and Optimal Flooding in a Quantum Network”, PRX Quantum, 3(2), 020311 (2022).  DOI: 10.1103/PRXQuantum.3.020311
  26.  A. Mardan Dezfouli, D. Abramović, M. Rakic, and H. Skenderovic, “Detection of the Orbital Angular Momentum State of Light using Sinusoidally-shaped Phase Grating”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 120(20)191106 (2022) DOI: https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0089735
  27. Z. Huang, S. K. Joshi, D. Aktas, C. Lupo, A. O. Quintavalle, N. Venkatachalam, S. Wengerowsky, M. Lončarić, S. P. Neumann, B. Liu, Ž. Samec, L. Kling, M. Stipčević, R. Ursin , J. G. Rarity, “Experimental implementation of secure anonymous protocols on an eight-user quantum key distribution network”, npj Quantum Information, 8, 25 (2022) DOI: 10.1038/s41534-022-00535-1
  28. N. Demoli, D. Abramović, O. Milat, M. Stipčević, H. Skenderović, ” Linearity and optimum-sampling in photon-counting digital holographic microscopy”, Photonics, 9, 68 (2022) DOI:  10.3390/photonics9020068
  29. M. Stipčević, M. Batelić, “Entropy considerations in improved circuits for a biologically-inspired random pulse computer”, Scientific Reports,  12115 (2022) DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-04177-9
  30. A. Alekou, …, M. Ghosh, …, L. Halić, …, B. Kliček, K. Krhač, …, M. Stipčević, … (ESSnuSB Collaboration), “Updated physics performance of the ESSnuSB experiment“, Eur. Phys. J. C 81, 1130 (2021). 10.1140/epjc/s10052-021-09845-8
  31. M. Mušković, I. Ćavar, A. Lesar, M. Lončarić, N. Malatesti, I. Gobin, “Photodynamic Inactivation of Legionella Pneumophila Biofilm Formation by Cationic Tetra- and Tripyridylporphyrins in Waters of Different Hardness”, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 22 (2021), 16, 9095; DOI: 10.3390/ijms22169095
  32. M. Ghosh, S. Goswami, A. Mukherjee, “Implications of the Dark-LMA solution for neutrino mass matrices”, Nucl. Phys. B 969, 115460 (2021), DOI: 10.1016/j.nuclphysb.2021.115460
  33. S. Choubey, M. Ghosh, D. Kempe and T. Ohlsson, “Exploring invisible neutrino decay at ESSnuSB”, JHEP 05, 133 (2021), DOI: 10.1007/JHEP05(2021)133
  34. M. Pavičić, “How Secure are Two-Way Ping-Pong and LM05 QKD Protocols under a Man-in-the-Middle Attack?,” Entropy, 23(2), 163 (2021). DOI: 10.3390/e23020163
  35. Siddarth K. Joshi, Djeylan Aktas, Sören Wengerowsky, Martin Lončarić, Sebastian Philipp Neumann, Bo Liu, Thomas Scheidl, Guillermo Currás Lorenzo, Željko Samec, Laurent Kling, Alex Qiu, Mohsen Razavi, Mario Stipčević, John G. Rarity, Rupert Ursin, “A trusted node–free eight-user metropolitan quantum communication network”, Science Advances, 6 (2020), 36; eaba0959, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aba0959
  36. A. Lesar, M. Mušković, G. Begić, M. Lončarić, D. Tomić Linšak, N. Malatesti, I. Gobin, “Cationic Porphyrins as Effective Agents in Photodynamic Inactivation of Opportunistic Plumbing Pathogen Legionella pneumophila”, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 21 (2020), 15; 5367, DOI: 10.3390/ijms21155367
  37. F. Acerbi et. al. (ENUBET Collaboration), “Polysiloxane-based scintillators for shashlik calorimeters”, Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A956 (2020) 163379, DOI: 10.1016/j.nima.2019.163379
  38. M. Pavičić,  “Hypergraph Contextuality,” Entropy, 21(11), 1107 (2019). DOI: 10.3390/e21111107
  39. S. Arguedas Cuendis, … M. Karuza (corresponding author), …, “First results on the search for chameleons with the KWISP detector at CAST”, Physics of the Dark Universe 26, art. No. 100367 (2019). DOI: 10.1016/j.dark.2019.100367
  40. N. Agafonova et al. (OPERA Collaboration), “Measurement of the cosmic ray muon flux seasonal variation with the OPERA detector”, Journal of cosmology and astroparticle physics, 2019 (2019), 10; 003, 12. DOI: 10.1088/1475-7516/2019/10/003
  41. N. Agafonova et al. (OPERA Collaboration), “Final results on neutrino oscillation parameters from the OPERA experiment in the CNGS beam”, Phys. Rev. D 100 (2019) no.5, 051301; DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.100.051301
  42. N. Demoli, J. Gladić, D. Lovrić, D. Abramović, “Digital holography using LCOS microdisplay as input three-dimensional object,” Optik 194, 162877 (2019). DOI: 10.1016/j.ijleo.2019.05.083
  43. M. Pavičić, Mordecai Waegell,  Norman D. Megill and P.K. Aravind, “Automated generation of Kochen-Specker sets,” Scientific Reports,  9,  6765 (2019); DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-43009-9
  44. Matej Par, Igor Repusic, Hrvoje Skenderovic, and Zrinka Tarle,  “Wavelength-dependent light transmittance in resin composites: practical implications for curing units with different emission spectra”, Clinical Oral Investigations, 23 (2019), 12; 4399–4409, DOI: 10.1007/s00784-019-02896-y
  45. M. Pavičić and Norman D. Megill,  “Vector Generation of Quantum Contextual Sets in Even Dimensional Hilbert Spaces”, Entropy, 20(12),928 (2018). DOI: 10.3390/e20120928
  46. T. A. Hamed, M. Lončarić et al. “Multiscale in modelling and validation for solar photovoltaics”, EPJ Photovolt. 9, 10 (2018). DOI: 10.1051/epjpv/2018008
  47. N. Agafonova et al. (OPERA Collaboration), “Final results of the search for nu(mu) -> nu(e) oscillations with the OPERA detector in the CNGS beam”, JHEP 06, 151 (2018). DOI: 10.1007/JHEP06(2018)151.
  48. N. Agafonova et al. (OPERA Collaboration), “Final Results of the OPERA Experiment on nu(tau( Appearance in the CNGS Neutrino Beam”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 211801 (2018). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.211801
  49. S. K. Joshi, J. Pienaar, T. Ralph, L. Cacciapuoti, W. McCutcheon, J. Rarity, D. Giggenbach, J. G. Lim, V. Makarov, I. Fuentes, T. Scheidl, E. Beckert, M. Bourennane, D. E. Bruschi, A. Cabello, J. Capmany, A. Carrasco-Casado, E. Diamanti, M. Dusek, D. Elser, A. Gulinatti, R. Hadfield, T. Jennewein, R. Kaltenbaek, M. Krainak, H-K. Lo, C. Marquardt, G. Milburn, M. Peev, A. Poppe, V. Pruneri, R. Renner, C. Salomon, J. Skaar, N. Solomos, M. Stipčević, J. Torres, M. Toyoshima, P. Villoresi, I. Walmsley, G. Weihs, H. Weinfurter, A. Zeilinger, M. Zukowski, R. Ursin, “Space QUEST mission proposal: experimentally testing decoherence due to gravity”, New. J. Phys. 20, 108028.R1 (2018) DOI:  10.1088/1367-2630/aac58b
  50. A. W. Ziarkash, S. K. Joshi, M. Stipčević, and R. Ursin, ”Comparative study of afterpulsing behavior and models in single photon counting avalanche photo diode detectors”, Scientific Reports 8, 5076:1-8 (2018). DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-23398-z
  51. M. Jelovica, P. Grbčić, M. Mušković, M. Sedić, S.K. Pavelić, M. Lončarić, N. Malatesti, “In Vitro Photodynamic Activity of N-Methylated and N-Oxidised Tripyridyl Porphyrins with Long Alkyl Chains and Their Inhibitory Activity in Sphingolipid Metabolism”, Chem. Med. Chem. 13, 360–372 (2018). DOI: 10.1002/cmdc.201700748
  52. N. Agafonova et al., OPERA Collaboration, “Study of charged hadron multiplicities in charged-current neutrino–lead interactions in the OPERA detector”, OPERA Collaboration (N. Agafonova et al.), Eur. Phys. J. C78 (2018) 62:1-8. DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-017-5509-y
  53. M. Pavičić, “Can Two-Way Direct Communication Protocols Be Considered Secure?,” Nanoscale Research Letters, 12:552 (2017). DOI: 10.1186/s11671-017-2314-3
  54. M. Pavičić, O. Benson, A. W. Schell, and J. Wolters, “Mixed basis quantum key distribution with linear optics,” Opt. Express 25(20), 23545-23555 (2017). DOI: 10.1364/OE.25.023545
  55. M. Stipčević, B. G. Christensen, P. G. Kwiat, D. J. Gauthier, “Advanced active quenching circuit for ultra-fast quantum cryptography”, Opt. Express 25, 21861-21876 (2017) DOI: 10.1364/OE.25.021861
  56. M. Pavičić, “Arbitrarily exhaustive hypergraph generation of 4-, 6-, 8-, 16-, and 32-dimensional quantum contextual sets,” Phys. Rev. A 95, 062121-1-25 (2017). DOI:  10.1103/PhysRevA.95.062121
  57. V. Anastassopoulos, …, M. Karuza, … (CAST Collaboration), “New CAST limit on the axion–photon interaction”, Nature Physics 13, 584–590 (2017). DOI: 10.1038/nphys4109
  58. M. Stipčević, N. Demoli, H. Skenderović, M. Lončarić, A. Radman, J. Gladić, and D. Lovrić, “Effective procedure for determination of unknown vibration frequency and phase using time-averaged digital holography”, Opt. Express 25, 10241-10254 (2017). DOI: 10.1364/OE.25.010241
  59. N. Malatesti, A. Harej, S. K. Pavelić, M. Lončarić, H. Zorc, K. Wittine, U. Anđelković, Đ. Josić, “Synthesis, characterisation and in vitro investigation of photodynamic activity of 5-(4- octadecanamidophenyl)-10, 15, 20-tris(N- methylpyridinium-3-yl)porphyrin trichloride on HeLa cells using low light fluence rate”, Photodiagnosis Photodyn Ther., 15, 115-126 (2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.pdpdt.2016.07.003
  60. M. Pavičić, “Classical Logic and Quantum Logic with Multiple and Common Lattice Models,” Adv. Math. Phys. 2016, 6830685 (2016). DOI: 10.1155/2016/6830685
  61. M. Karuza, G. Cantatore, A. Gardikiotis, D.H.H. Hoffmann, Y.K. Semertzidis, K. Zioutas, “KWISP: An ultra-sensitive force sensor for the Dark Energy sector”, Phys. Dark Universe 12,100–104(2016). DOI: 10.1016/j.dark.2016.02.004
  62. M. Stipčević, “Quantum random flip-flop and its applications in random frequency synthesis and true random number generation”, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 87, 035113 (2016). DOI: 10.1063/1.4943668
  63. M. Pavičić, “Deterministic mediated superdense coding with linear optics”, Phys. Lett. A 380, 848–855 (2016). DOI:  10.1016/j.physleta.2015.12.037
  64. N. Demoli, H. Skenderović, M. Stipčević, “Time-averaged photon-counting digital holography”, Opt. Lett. 40, 4245-4248 (2015). DOI: 10.1364/OL.40.004245
  65. M. Stipčević, R. Ursin, “An On-Demand Optical Quantum Random Number Generator with In-Future Action and Ultra-Fast Response”, Scientific Reports 5, 10214:1-8 (2015). DOI: 10.1038/srep10214
  66. M. Stipčević, J. Bowers, “Spatio-temporal optical random number generator”, Opt. Express 23, 11619-11631 (2015). DOI: 10.1364/OE.23.011619
  67. G. Humer, M. Peev, C. Schaeff, S., M. Stipčević, R. Ursin, “A simple and robust method for estimating afterpulsing in single photon detectors”, J. Lightwave Technol. 33, 3098-3107 (2015). DOI: 10.1109/JLT.2015.2428053
  68. N. Demoli, H. Skenderović, and M. Stipčević, “Digital holography at light levels below noise using a photon-counting approach”, Opt. Lett. 39, 5010–5013 (2014). DOI: 10.1364/OL.39.005010
  69. M. Stipčević, D. Wang, and R. Ursin, “Characterization of a commercially available large area, high detection efficiency single-photon avalanche diode”, IEEE J. Lightwave Technol. 31, 3591-3596 (2013). DOI: 10.1109/JLT.2013.2286422
  70. M. Pavičić, “In Quantum Direct Communication an Undetectable Eavesdropper Can Always Tell Ψ from Φ Bell States in the Message Mode,” Phys. Rev. A 87 , 042326-1-7 (2013). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.87.042326
  71. N. Megill and M. Pavičić, “Kochen-Specker Sets and Generalized Orthoarguesian Equations,” Ann. Henri Poincare 12, 1417-1429 (2011). DOI: 10.1007/s00023-011-0109-0
  72. M. Pavičić, N. Megill, P. K. Aravind, and M. Waegell, “New class of 4-dim Kochen-Specker sets,” J. Math. Phys. 52, 022104-1-9 (2011). DOI: 10.1063/1.3549586
  73. M. Stipčević, H. Skenderović, D. Gracin, “Characterization of a novel avalanche photodiode for single photon detection in VIS-NIR range”, Opt. Express 18,17448-17459 (2010). DOI: 10.1364/OE.18.017448
  74. M. Pavičić, B. D. McKay, N. Megill, and K. Fresl, ” Graph Approach to Quantum Systems,” J. Math. Phys. 51, 102103-1-31 (2010). DOI: 10.1063/1.3491766
  75. M. Pavičić, N.D. Megill, and J.-P. Merlet, “New Kochen-Specker Sets in Four Dimensions,” Phys. Lett. A 374, 2122-2128 (2010). DOI: 10.1016/j.physleta.2010.03.019
  76. M. Stipčević, “Active quenching circuit for single-photon detection with Geiger mode avalanche photodiodes”, Appl. Opt. 48, 1705-1714 (2009). DOI: 10.1364/AO.48.001705
  77. M. Stipčević, B. Medved Rogina, “Quantum random number generator based on photonic emission in semiconductors”, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 78, 045104:1-7 (2007). DOI: 10.1063/1.2720728
  78. M. Stipčević, “Fast nondeterministic random bit generator based on weakly correlated physical events”, Rev. Sci. Instr. 75, 4442-4449(2004). DOI: 10.1063/1.1809295

Knjige i poglavlja u knjigama:

  1. Stipčević M., Ursin R. (2020) “A No-History, Low Latency Photonic Quantum Random Bit Generator for Use in a Loophole Free Bell Tests and General Applications”. In: Kollmitzer C., Schauer S., Rass S., Rainer B. (eds) Quantum Random Number Generation. Quantum Science and Technology. Springer, Cham, DOI 10.1007%2F978-3-319-72596-3_5 Full text
  2. M. Pavičić and Norman D. Megill,  “Vector Generation of Quantum Contextual Sets in Even Dimensional Hilbert Spaces,” in “Quantum Probability and Randomness,” Andrei Khrennikov and Karl Svozil (Eds.), pp. 6-17, MDPI Books, Basel (2019), http://www.mdpi.com/books/pdfview/book/1247
  3. M. Stipčević, and Ç. K. Koç, “True Random Number Generators”, in “Open Problems in Mathematics and Computational Science”, Koç, Çetin Kaya (Ed.), pp 275-315 Springer 2014, ISBN 978-3-319-10683-0, URL: http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319106823
  4. Pavičić, M., “Companion to Quantum Computation and Communication,” Wiley-VCH, Berlin (2013), https://www.wiley.com/en-gb/Companion+to+Quantum+Computation+and+Communication-p-9783527408481
  5. Pavičić, M., “Quantum Computation and Quantum Communication: Theory and Experiments,” Springer, New York (2005),  https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9780387244129 
  6. Pavičić, M., and Megill, N. D., “Quantum Logic and Quantum Computation,” in Kurt Engesser, Dov Gabbay, and Daniel Lehmann (eds.), “Handbook of Quantum Logic and Quantum Structures: Quantum Structures,” pp. 755-792, Elsevier, Amsterdam (2007). arXiv:abs/0812.3072
  7. Pavičić, M., and Megill, “Is Quantum Logic a Logic?” in Kurt Engesser, Dov Gabbay, and Daniel Lehmann (eds.), “Handbook of Quantum Logic and Quantum Structures: Quantum Logic,” pp. 23-47 Elsevier, Amsterdam (2008). arXiv:abs/0812.2698

Predavanja na međunarodnim konferencijama:

  1. J. Clark; R. Wang; S. Bahrani; M. Peranić; O. Alia; M. Loncaric; Ž. Samec; A. Radman; M. Stipcevic; R. Nejabati; D. Simeonidou; J. Rarity; S.K. Joshi, “Polarisation Based Entanglement Distribution Quantum Networking”, 2023 46th MIPRO ICT and Electronics Convention (MIPRO), Opatija, Croatia, 2023, pp. 271-274, doi: 10.23919/MIPRO57284.2023.10159792.
  2. M. Ghosh, “Measuring δCP and constraining lepton flavor models at ESSnuSB”, International Workshop on the Origin of Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry (CP 2023), February 12-17, 2023,  Ecole de Physique des Houches, Les Houches, France
  3. H. Skenderović, „Butterfly Wings as an Optomechanical Array for Imaging“, 2022 Digital Holography and 3D Imaging Topical Meeting, 01. –04.08. 2022, Cambridge, UK, DH_2022_Papers, M4A.1
  4. M. Peranić, M. Lončarić, A. Radman, M. Stipčević, “Quantum Communication with Entangled Photon Pairs”, 45th Jubilee International Convention on Information, Communication and Electronic Technology MIPRO 2022. Opatija, Croatia; IEEE
    DOI: 10.23919/MIPRO55190.2022.9803653
  5. H. Skenderović, “Phase and Amplitude Reconstruction of Heralded Single Photon Holograms”, Quantum eastern Europe, 5. – 6. 5. 2022. Budapest, Abstracts booklet, p15
  6. Mario StipčevićMateja BatelićEdoardo CharbonClaudio Bruschini, and Ivan Michel Antolović “Random flip-flop: adding quantum randomness to digital circuits for improved cyber security, artificial intelligence and more”, Proc. SPIE 11868, Emerging Imaging and Sensing Technologies for Security and Defence VI, 118680I (12 September 2021); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2597842
  7. M. Peranić, M. Lončarić, A. Radman, M. Stipčević, “Quantum Communication with Entangled Photon Pairs” (Invited talk), MIPRO2021 Conference, 27.9.-1.10.2021., Opatija, Croatia
  8. B. Kliček, “Status of ESSnuSB and summary of workshop”, The 22nd International Workshop on neutrinos from accelerators (NUFACT2021), Invited talk, 6 – 11 September 2021, Cagliari, Italy
  9. D. Abramović, N. Demoli, H. Skenderović, “Single-photon Holography”, oral on-line invited talk, 14th Photonics Workshop, Kopaonik, March 14-17, 2021, Serbia
  10. Batelić, M. Stipčević, “Improved circuits for a random pulse computer”, oral presentation at MIPRO conference, 28 Sept.-2 Oct. 2020. Opatija, Croatia. DOI: 10.23919/MIPRO48935.2020.9245116
  11. M. Pavičić, “Hypergraph-Based Contextuality” (Invited talk), Journées Informatique Quantique 2019, 28 et 29 novembre 2019 – Besançon, France; Abstract; PPT presentation; Recorded talk on Youtube
  12. M. Batelić, “Neuronal pulse computing”, 1st Physics or Physicists (P4P) Students Conference, October 3-6, 2019, Skopje, North Macedonia, Abstract, PPTX Oral Presentation.
  13. M. Peranić, M. Lončarić, A. Radman, M. Stipčević, “The source of polarization entangled pairs of photons and testing bell’s inequality”, 7th International Symposium on Optics & its applications (OPTICS-2019) Yerevan, Armenija, September 2019.
  14. B. Kliček, “ESSnuSB Project”, The 27th International Workshop on Weak Interactions and Neutrinos (WIN2019), Neutrino parallel session, 3-8 June 2019, Bari, Italija, download
  15. H. Skenderović, M. Stipčević, N. Demoli, “Digital holography under restricted conditions”, 11th Photonics Workshop, March 2018, Kopaonik, Serbia, Book of Abstracts
  16. M. Pavičić and Norman D. Megill,  “Vector Generation of Contextual Sets,” EPJ Web of Conferences 198, 00009 (2019). DOI:  10.1051/epjconf/201919800009  D. Mogilevtsev (Ed.) Quantum Technology International Conference 2018 (QTech 2018), Paris, France, September 5-7, 2018,; Recorded presentatation on Youtube
  17. M. Pavičić, “Can Two-Way Direct Communication Protocols Be Considered Secure? (Invited Talk), EMN Meeting on Quantum, June 18-22 2017, Vienna, Austria; Program & Abstracts;   Abstract of the paper (A25): pp. 48-99; PPT Presentation; Recorded talk on Youtube.
  18. Megill, N.D. and Pavičić, M., “New Classes of Kochen-Specker Contextual Sets” (Invited Talk), MIPRO 2017,  The 40th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics, and Microelectronics (IEEE Xplore Digital Library), May 22-26, 2017, Opatija, Croatia, Proceedings of The 40th International Convention on Information and Communication Technology, Electronics, and Microelectronics, May 22-26, 2017, Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), POD Publ: Curran Associates, Inc., Red Hook, NY 12571 USA (2017); PPT presentation – Presented by M. Pavičić; Recorded talk on Youtube.
  19. Pavičić, M., “Massive Generation of Contextual Quantum Sets” (Invited Talk), EMN Meeting on Quantum Communication and Quantum Imaging-2016, August 23-26, 2016, Berlin, Germany; pp. 28-29. Web stranica;  Recorded talk on Youtube; Programme and abstracts.
  20. M. Karuza, “KWISP : the radiation pressure sensor”, Identification of Dark Matter 2016, IDM2016,  London 18-22 July 2016.
  21. N. Demoli, H. Skenderović, M. Stipčević and M. Pavičić, “Photon Counting Digital Holography” (Invited Talk), Proc. SPIE 9890, Optical Micro- and Nanometrology VI, 989003-1-6, May 3, 2016
  22. N. Demoli, “Time-averaged holography using Photon-counting approach” (Invited Talk), Imaging and Applied Optics Congress, 25-28 July 2016, Heidelberg, Germany. DOI: 10.1364/DH.2016.DT2E.1
  23. M. Stipčević, B. G. Christensen, P. G. Kwiat, and D. J. Gauthier, “Advanced active quenching circuits for single-photon avalanche photodiodes” (Invited Talk), SPIE  Defense and Commercial Sensing 2016, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, April 17-21, 2016. DOI: 10.1117/12.2227999
  24. D. J. Gauthier, C. F. Wildfeuer, H. Guilbert, M. Stipčević, B. Christensen, D. Kumor, P. G. Kwiat, T. Brougham, S. M. Barnet, “Quantum Key Distribution Using Hyperentangled Time-Bin States”, Invited lecture, Proc. CQO X and QIM 2 2013, 17-20 June 2013, Rochester, NY, USA. DOI: 10.1364/QIM.2013.W2A.2

Posteri na međunarodnim konferencijama:

  1. L. Halić, “The ENUBET experiment”, Poster presented at: International Workshop on the Origin of Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry (CP2023), 12-17 February 2023, Les Houches, France
  2. L. Halić, “ESSnuSB – Detecting CP violation in the 2nd neutrino oscillation maximum”, Poster presented at: The 2nd INFN School on Underground Physics: Theory & Experiments (SOUP2022), 20-24 June 2022, LNGS, Gran Sasso, Italy
  3. K. Krhač, “Constraining ESSnuSB neutrino flux by observing elastic scattering of neutrinos on electrons”, European Physical Society conference on high energy physics (EPS-HEP2021), Poster, 26-30 Jul 2021, Online conference hosted by Universitat Hambrug and DESY
  4. M. Ghosh, “Updated physics reach of the ESSnuSB project”, The 28th International Workshop on Weak Interactions and Neutrinos (WIN2021), Poster, 7-12 Jun 2021, Online conference hosted by the University of Minnesota
  5. M. Batelić, M. Stipčević. “Improved circuits for a biologically-inspired random pulse computer”, Poster presented at: Humboldt-Kolleg conference “Science and educational challenges facing Europe in the next decade”, October 2019.
  6. M. Peranić, M. Lončarić, A. Radman, M. Stipčević. “Experimental generation of quantum entanglement and testing fundamentals of quantum physics”, Poster presented at: Humboldt-Kolleg conference “Science and educational challenges facing Europe in the next decade”, October 2019.
  7. B. Kliček, M. Tenti. “Search for muon neutrino disappearance at the OPERA experiment in the CNGS beam”, Poster presented at: The 21st International Workshop on Neutrinos From Accelerators, 26-31 August  2019, Daegu, Republic of Korea, download
  8. H. Skenderović, M. Stipčević, N. Demoli, “Digital Holography at Restricted Conditions and Photon Counting Approach”, Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics/Europe – European Quantum Electronics Conference (CLEO®/Europe-EQEC 2019), Minhen, Njemačka, 23. – 27. 6. 2019.
  9. H. Skenderović, M. Rakić, E. Klarić Sever, S. Vdović, “Temperature rise in human tooth upon drilling by femtosecond pulses”, 13th European Conference on Atoms Molecules and Photons (ECAMP13), Firenca, Italija, 8.-12. 04. 2019.
  10. M. Cokarić Brdovčak, L. Djaković, I. Bertović, M. Lončarić, A. Begonja Jurak, N. Malatesti, I. Jurak. “Several mechanisms contribute to photodynamic inhibition of HSV-1 infection”, Poster presented at: 31st International Conference on Antiviral Research (ICAR) Porto, Portugal, 2018.
  11. M. Mušković, A. Lesar, I. Gobin, M. Lončarić, N. Malatesti. “The effect of singlet oxygen production and lipophilicity of the photosensitizer in photodynamic activity of N-methylated and N- oxidized pyridylporphyrins”, Poster presented at: 5th Young Medicinal Chemist Symposium, Ljubljana, Slovenija, 2018.
  12. M. Cokarić Brdovčak, L. Djaković, I. Bertović, M. Lončarić, A. Jurak Begonja, N. Malatesti, I. Jurak. “A novel cationic amphiphilic porphyrin-based photosensitizer effectively inhibits replication of HSV-1 by several different mechanisms”, Poster presented at: Power of viruses, Poreč, Hrvatska, 2018.
  13. B. Kliček, S. Dusini. “Search for muon neutrino disappearance at the OPERA experiment in the CNGS beam”, Poster presented at: XXVII International Conference on Neurtino Physics and Astrophysics (NEUTRINO 2016), 4-9 July 2016, London, United Kingdom, download

Nastava i vođenje znanstvenog rada:

  1. N. Demoli, “Optics and holography”, Faculty of natural sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
  2. M. Karuza, “Advanced electrodynamics”, “Structure of matter (lab.)”, and “Experimental methods in physics “, University of Rijeka, Croatia.
  3. M. Lončarić, “Laboratorijske vježbe iz geometrijske optike” and  “Laboratorijske vježbe iz fizikalne optike”, University of Applied Sciences Velika Gorica, Velika Gorica, Croatia

Članstva u komisijama doktorata:

  1. Marko Šprem, doktorska disertacija “Optical communication based on wavelength reuse and modulation averaging”, obrana doktorske disertacije održana 12.05.2018. godine na FER-u.

Mentoriranje i komentoriranje doktorata:

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Pozvani seminari na prestižnim međunarodnim institucijama:

  1. M. Stipčević, “Računalo sa slučajnim impulsima”, predavanje dana 15.12.2022. na Sveučilište u Zagrebu Fakultet elektrotehnike i računarstva (FER)
  2. B. Kliček, “Measuring leptonic CP violation at the second neutrino oscillation maximum with ESSnuSB”, CERN EP Seminar, Talk, 12 Apr 2022
  3. B. Kliček, “The ESSnuSB project: measuring CP violation at the 2nd neutrino oscillation maximum”, High Energy Physics Seminar at the University of Warsaw, 17 Dec 2021
  4. M. Pavičić,”Hypergraph Contextuality,” Invited talk at Journées Informatique Quantique 28/29.11.2019 seminar held at the FEMTO-ST Institute “Franche-Comté Electronics Mechanics Thermal Science and Optics – Sciences and Technologies,” Besancon, France;  Recorded talk on Youtube
  5. M. Stipčević, “Photon detectors, quantum randomness, random flip-flops and their use in ICT security and hyper computation”, May 4, 2016, Special seminar of SEAS hosted by prof. M. Loncar at Harvard SEAS, Lexington, MA, USA. (flyer)
  6. M. Stipčević, “Photon detectors, quantum randomness and their applications in ICT security”, February 19, 2016, Invited seminar hosted by dr. S. Verghese at MIT Lincoln Labs, Lexington, MA, USA.
  7. M. Pavičić,”Two-Way Deterministic Communication Is Like Sending Plain Text under Quantum Protection”, Special Colloquium held at the Department of Physics-Nanooptics, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany, on 07.10.2016; Recorded talk on Youtube
  8. M. Stipčević, “Quantum random flip-flop: a novel device for digital and analog signal processing”, March 10, 2015. Invited seminar hosted by Prof. J. E. Bowers, Electrical and computer engineering, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, USA (web page)
  9. M. Pavičić, “High-Efficiency Source of Heralded Down-Converted Separated Photons in Arbitrary Bell States”, Colloquium held at Humboldt University of Berlin, Institut for Physics, Germany, on 15.07.2015 (flyer)

Znanstveno-popularna predavanja:

  1. B. Kliček, “ESSnuSB projekt”, Jesenska škola fizike 2019, 12.09.2019., IRB, Zagreb, Hrvatska, download
  2. M. Stipčević, “Kvantna kriptografija”, Jesenska škola fizike 2019, 12.09.2019., IRB, Zagreb, Hrvatska, download
  3. M. Stipčević, “Svjetlost i mi”, predavanje održano u Osnovnoj školi V. Kaleba 12.04.2017., Tisno, hrvatska. download
  4. M. Lončarić, “Neka bude svjetlost”, Seminar u okviru sastanka Nastavne sekcije Hrvatskog fizikalnog društva održanog 2. lipnja 2016 u Zagrebu.
  5. M. Stipčević, “Svjetlost i fenomen kvantnog sprezanja”, predavanje u povodu Međunarodne godine svjetla u Hrvatskoj akademiji znanosti i umjetnosti 30.09.2015. download
  6. M. Pavičić, “Fotoni i kvantna kriptografija“, predavanje u povodu Međunarodne godine svjetla u Hrvatskoj akademiji znanosti i umjetnosti 30.09.2015.

Patenti:

  1. S. K. Joshi, R. Ursin, W. F. Ziarkash, M. Stipčević, “Method for calibrating a photodetector” , US2021055156B2, datum prijave 20.12.2018., priznat 14.06.2022.

Nagrade i priznanja:

  1. M. Ghosh: Godišnja nagrada Instituta Ruđer Bošković za znanstveni rad: “Exploring invisible decay at ESSnuSB”, JHEP 05, 133 (2021) DOI: 10.1007/JHEP05(2021)133
  2. M. Ghosh, L. Halić, B. Kliček, K. Krhač, M. Stipčević: Godišnja nagrada Instituta Ruđer Bošković za znanstveni rad: “Updated physics performance of the ESSnuSB experiment”, Eur. Phys. J. C 81, 1130 (2021).   DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-021-09845-8
  3. 2020. M. Peranić – Nagrada za najbolje postersko priopćenje na 4. Simpoziju studenata doktorskih studija PMF-a, https://radio.hrt.hr/aod/simpozij-doktorskih-studija-pmf-a/380167/
  4. Godišnja nagrada Instituta Ruđer Bošković za znanstveni rad: Eur. Phys. J. C78 (2018) 62:1-8. DOI: 10.1140/epjc/s10052-017-5509-y
  5. Godišnja nagrada Instituta Ruđer Bošković za znanstveni rad: Phys. Rev. D 100 (2019) no.5, 051301; DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.100.051301
  6. Godišnja nagrada Instituta Ruđer Bošković za znanstveni rad: Phys. Rev. Lett. 120, 211801 (2018). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.211801
  7. 2019. M. Peranić – Nagrada za najbolje studentsko usmeno izlaganje na 7. međunarodnoj konferenciji Optika i njene primjene (OPTICS-2019, http://www.ift.uni.wroc.pl/~optics2019/) za prezentaciju “The source of polarization entangled pairs of photons and testing Bell’s inequality”.
  8. 03.07.2019. M. Batelić – Rektorova nagrade Sveučilišta u Zagrebu za akademsku godinu 2018./2019. za rad pod naslovom “Impulsno neuronsko računanje”.
  9. 2019. M. Stipčević – Nagrada za poticanje prijava na kompetitivne projekte, za QuantERA projekt “Single Photon Detectors for Optical Quantum Information Experiments” (SIDOQIE) na natječaju QuantERA 2019
  10. 2018. M. Stipčević – Nagrada Instituta Ruđer Bošković za najbolje radove u 2017. godini, za rad “Advanced active quenching circuit for ultra-fast quantum cryptography”, Opt. Express 25, 21861-21876 (2017).
  11. 2017. M. Stipčević – Član uredništva Editorial Board of Nature’s Scientific Reports
  12. 2016. M. Stipčević – Posebno priznanje za izniman doprinos u jačanju znanstvene izvrsnosti i ugleda Instiuta Ruđer Bošković
  13. 2015. M. Stipčević – “Outstanding reviewer for AIP Review of Scientific Instruments”, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 86, 089801 (2015). DOI: 10.1063/1.4927606
  14. 2015. M. Stipčević – Nagrada ravnatelja IRB za 2015 godinu u kategoriji poticanja kompetitivnih projekata prijavljenih na Obzor 2020 za projekt “iSEQURE”.

Pojavljivanje u medijima:

  1. 2023. https://lidermedia.hr/tehno/carevo-kubitno-ruho-europska-unija-zeli-postati-kvantna-dolina-156430
  2. https://qt.eu/about-quantum-flagship/newsroom/first-intergovernmental-quantum-communication/
  3. https://www.units.it/en/news/first-intergovernmental-quantum-communication
  4. https://opflsoft.net/first-quantum-communication-with-italy-and-slovenia/
  5. https://www.delo.si/novice/znanoteh/prek-kvantne-komunikacije-povezali-tri-mesta/
  6. https://www.vecernji.hr/vijesti/veliki-uspjeh-rudera-na-sastanku-g20-testirali-100-sigurnu-internetsku-vezu-1513714
  7. https://mzo.gov.hr/vijesti/prva-demonstracija-kvantne-komunikacije-izmedju-tri-drzave/4488
  8. https://www.irb.hr/eng/News/First-demonstration-of-quantum-communication-among-three-states
  9. https://mreza.bug.hr/demonstracija-kvantne-komunikacije-izmedu-tri-drzave/
  10. https://www.total-croatia-news.com/politics/55120-croatia-on-g20-summit
  11. https://www.pressreader.com/croatia/vecernji-list-hrvatska/20210807/281505049272168
  12. https://zimo.dnevnik.hr/clanak/probili-led-i-dokazali-da-je-hrvatska-spremna-znanstvenici-s-rudjera-uspjesno-demonstrirali-prvu-javnu-kvantnu-komunikaciju-izmedju-tri-drzave—662045.html
  13. M. Peranić, Radio emisija “Oko znanosti” prvog programa Hrvatskog radija, 28.4.2021., https://radio.hrt.hr/aod/simpozij-doktorskih-studija-pmf-a/380167/
  14. H. Skenderović, Znanstvena emisija HTV “Prometej”, Holografija bioloških struktura, 16.10.2020. Video
  15. H. Skenderović, Intervju u Jutarnjem listu, Hrvati za Nato rade kameru inspiriranu mikrolamelama leptirovih krila, 13.6.2020.
  16. M. Pavičić, “Smrt Mooreovog zakona“, članak po pozivu u časopisu SmartInfoTrend, Vol. 213, str. 10-14 i str. 81, Q4, prosinac 2019.
  17. Tehnologija koja mijenja svijet_ projekt _Quantum Technologies Flagship_ _ Hrvatska – ec.europa.eu
  18. Interview M. Stipčevića u IT magaine BUG MREŽA Prosinac 2019.
  19. Intervju pod naslovom “” u časopisu BUG Mreža 11.11.2019. download
  20. Radio emisija “Oko znanosti” prvog programa Hrvatskog radija pod naslovom “Kvantna kriptografija” emitirana 01.04.2019.  https://radio.hrt.hr/ep/kvantna-kriptografija/280450/
  21. http://spectrum.ieee.org/nanoclast/computing/hardware/a-true-random-number-generator-built-from-carbon-nanotubes-promises-better-security-for-flexible-electronics
  22. http://www.irb.hr/eng/Highlights/On-Demand-Optical-Quantum-Random-Number-Generator-with-Ultra-Fast-Response
  23. http://www.irb.hr/Izdvojene-novosti/Fizicki-generator-slucajnih-brojeva-s-najbrzim-refleksima
  24. http://www.tportal.hr/gadgeterija/tehnologija/387238/Hrvat-osmislio-superbrzi-kvantni-generator-slucajnih-brojeva.html
  25. http://www.vidi.hr/Sci-Tech/Znanost/Novi-hrvatski-kvantni-generator-slucajnih-brojeva
  26. http://cudaprirode.com/portal/bpzn/11389-hrvati-razvili-kvantni-generator-sluajnih-brojeva
  27. http://www.narodni-list.hr/posts/117585006
  28. http://narod.hr/hrvatska/hrvatski-znanstvenik-u-timu-koji-je-razvio-fizicki-generator-slucajnih-brojeva-s-najbrzim-refleksima
  29. http://www.presscut.hr/Web%20Sharing%20ZON/02-2018/02-02-2018/Ve%C4%8Dernji%20list%20-%20Hrvatska/Presscut_17842332.pdf
  30. http://www.presscut.hr/Web%20Sharing%20ZON/02-2018/02-02-2018/Jutarnji%20list/Presscut_17842583.pdf
  31. http://www.presscut.hr/Web%20Sharing%20ZON/02-2018/02-02-2018/Poslovni%20dnevnik/Presscut_17842516.pdf
  32. https://www.hina.hr/vijest/9715949
  33. https://www.vecernji.hr/techsci/predstavljen-projekt-centra-izvrsnosti-za-napredne-materijale-i-senzore-vrijedan-38-milijuna-kn-1223602
  34. https://zimo.dnevnik.hr/clanak/predstavljen-projekt-zpotpora-vrhunskim-istrazivanjima-centra-izvrsnosti-za-napredne-materijale-i-senzore-vrijedan-38-milijuna-kuna—505301.html
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  36. http://www.vidi.hr/Sci-Tech/Znanost/38-milijuna-kuna-hrvatskom-znanstvenom-centru-CEMS
  37. http://www.cropc.net/it-vijesti/dogadaji/8033-predstavljen-projekt-potpora-vrhunskim-istrazivanjima-centra-izvrsnosti-za-napredne-materijale-i-senzore-vrijedan-38-milijuna-kuna
  38. https://www.obavjestajac.hr/1229179/predstavljen-projekt-centra-izvrsnosti-za-napredne-materijale-i-senzore-vrijedan-38-milijuna-kn
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Istraživačke jedinice

1. Novi funkcionalni materijali

2. Fotonika i kvantna optika

3. Znanost o grafenu i srodnim 2D strukturama

4. Fizika i tehnologija ionskih snopova

Znanost o grafenu i srodnim 2D strukturama

G2D_scheme_LRThe mission of the CEMS research unit Science of Graphene and Related 2D Structures (G2D) is to provide a framework for highly competitive level of research on the international level, which is focused on graphene and related 2D materials, to gather a team of scientists
capable of acquiring funding from most competitive EU and other international funding sources, and to promote research motivated by applications of direct interest for the Croatian hi-tech, SME, and industrial sectors. The synergy of the G2D and CEMS as a whole is ubiquitous for achieving those objectives.

The scientific focus of the G2D is on graphene, a 2D crystal of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice, and follow-up 2D materials which complement graphene and extend versatility regarding physical and chemical properties and related applications. The research on graphene runs at an intensive pace for almost a decade now, being one of the most active fields in today’s scientific research in general. The potential of 2D materials to revolutionize technologies was recognized globally, which poured considerable research funding around this topic. For example, the Graphene flagship programme by the EU invests one billion Euro in the period 2013-2023 specifically in a direction of future emerging technologies (FET) based on graphene and follow-up 2D materials.

The capacities of the team are based on our own research results on graphene, which stands on equal footing with respect to industrially far more developed countries, as well as on a broad expertise concentrated in the team in versatile topics that can be streamed towards 2D materials-related topics. This enabled us to develop a concept based on a closed cycle of research involving different types of innovative synthesis, a broad range of characterization methods and a strong support in theoretical modelling, thus granting for G2D’s independence and open innovativeness. The strength of the team should be emphasized. All team members are in the middle or early stage of their career, highly productive, with the track records ranking them among top scientists in Croatia.

Fotonika i kvantna optika

Misija Istraživačke jedinice za fotoniku i kvantnu optiku Centra izvrsnosti za napredne materijale i senzore (CEMS-Fotonika) je izvođenje temeljnih istraživanjima u području fotonike i kvantnih efekata u neliearnoj optici te promocija fotonike i optike u Republici Hrvatskoj.

Glavni istraživački interesi naše grupe su: kvantna komunikacija, kvantno sprezanje, kvantna kriptografija, biomimetičko kvantno-potpomognuto računanje, holografija u uvjetima niske razine svjetla, foton-bozon interakcija, kvantno računanje, kvantna slučajnost te razvoj tehnologije novih detektora i izvora svjetlosti.

Originalnost našeg pristupa je u korištenju kvantnih efekata, poput emisije i detekcije pojedinačnih fotona ili kvantnog sprezanja, kao ključnih alata u traganju za odgovorima na neka od važnih otvorenih pitanja u području fotonike i kvantne fizike. U fokuse našeg istraživanja spadaju: sigurnost i domet kvantne kriptografije, biomimetičko računalo, holografija objekata koji ne reflektiraju svjetlo, potraga za skrivenim bozonskim česticama izvan Standardnog Modela čestica, generiranje slučajnih brojeva i kvantno računanje. Pri izvođenju pokusa koristimo razne fotoničke tehnike: inovativne detektore fotona koje sami razvijamo, pulsne izvore laserskog svjetla, jednostruke i dvostruke Fabry-Perot rezonatore, stabilizirane kontinuirane jednomodne lasere, femtosekundnu spektroskopiju, laersko pisanje te nelinearne efekte u homogenim ili periodičnim nelinearnim kristalima.

Ambiciozni istraživački program CEMS-Fotonike obuhvaća teme koje su na samoj znanstvenoj fronti znanstvenih istraživanja i imaju izvanredan potencijal za nova znanstvena otkrića i generiranje novih tehnologija, inovativnih metoda i uređaja s praktičnim primjenama.