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JOŽEF STEFAN INSTITUTE
Department of Complex Matter
Jamova cesta 39, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dynamics of Quantum matter

We explore non-equilibrium many-body dynamics in quantum systems that experience symmetry-breaking, topological, or jamming transitions. These systems encompass superconductors, charge-density wave, and magnetic materials.

Experimental Soft Matter Physics

The research is conducted within the “Light and Matter” research program. The interaction of light with matter is one of the most important fields of physics and optical processes are indispensable in many branches of modern industry.

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Synthesis of new materials

Top-grade experimental research is possible only with top-grade samples. We are proud to have a team of experts who are dedicated to the synthesis of various materials with precision and care, including high-quality crystals such as transition metal chalcogenides. Our team is always happy to collaborate with other researchers and institutions to further our understanding of complex matter.

Here are some of the materials we routinely synthesize:

 

TaS2 1T, 2H, 4Hb polytypes;
doped with Se;
doped with Fe;
TaS3
TaSe2 2H polytype
TaSe3
Mo2S3 nanowires
MoTe2
TiS2 pure and doped with Fe
Ti2S3
TiSe2
CuIr2S4
Bi2Te3
ZrTe5
NbSe2 2H polytype
CrI3
CrSe2 doped with K
VSe2
VTe2
Molybdenum oxides Mo4O11, Mo8O23, Mo18O52
Li2MoO4
EuTe4