Dr. Marjeta Maček Kržmanc

Dr. Marjeta Maček Kržmanc

The shape, type of exposed facets and defects can strongly influence the catalytic and photocatalytic properties of the particulate nanostructures.  Topochemical transformations are one of the approaches for designing nanoparticles with a shape different from the...

Doc. dr. Sašo Gyergyek

Doc. dr. Sašo Gyergyek

Catalysts are involved in about 80% of all chemical transformations that we as a society relay on. An efficient and stable catalyst is therefore crucial for obtaining the necessary compounds. Among other measures, the so-called electrification of chemical industry and...

Prof. dr. Andreja Benčan Golob

Prof. dr. Andreja Benčan Golob

For successful use of materials in electronics, it is crucial to thoroughly understand their structural properties on an atomic level. The young researcher will specialize in working with a transmission electron microscope with atomic resolution. Research will include...

Dr. Matic Poberžnik

Dr. Matic Poberžnik

As part of his/her doctoral studies, the young researcher will focus on the development of a general and flexible computational framework for performing on-the-fly kinetic Monte Carlo (kMC) simulations. Kinetic Monte Carlo is a method in which the time evolution of a...

Doc. dr. Aleksander Matavž

Doc. dr. Aleksander Matavž

The network of pores at the molecular scale makes nanoporous materials a sponge for gases. Due to specific adsorption properties they are suitable candidates for sensors of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Detection of these is essential in monitoring air polluting...

Prof. dr. Anton Kokalj

Prof. dr. Anton Kokalj

A young researcher will focus on research in atomistic materials modeling based on Density-Functional Theory (DFT) methods. A candidate may choose among several topics, ranging from modeling the state-of-the-art functional energy-related materials, modeling novel...