Portorož 2021: Physics of the flavourful Universe

The sixth in the series of biennial Portorož workshops will take place from September 21st to 24th, 2021. The aim of the workshop is to discuss complementary aspects of precision elementary particle phenomenology both within the standard model and beyond: those … Read More

Third HEP trilateral meeting in Vipava

The 3rd trilateral meeting, involving parties from the University of Nova Gorica, SISSA and ICTP from Trieste and from the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, will take place in the Lanthieri mansion in Vipava on September 15th, 2021. The talks will cover … Read More

PhD position in biophysics/soft matter

Theoretical Biophysics and Soft Matter Group at the Department of Theoretical Physics, Jožef Stefan Institute, is announcing a PhD position, awarded by Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana. The PhD candidate will work in the field of RNA … Read More

Brda workshop 2021

This years’ workshop is intended to bring together and facilitate discussions between members of the Theoretical physics of nuclei, particles and fields group and a couple of invited guests working on various phenomenological aspects of the Standard Model and New Physics. … Read More

Droplet spread of infections

The 9th Institute colloquium was given by Matej Kanduč from the Biophysics group: A large number of infectious diseases are transmitted via large droplets and by airborne routes. How far these droplets can move, how rapidly and strongly they deposit … Read More

Tuning the Permeability of Dense Membranes

Permeability is one of the most fundamental transport properties in soft matter physics, material engineering, and nanofluidics. Here, we report how the permeability can be massively tuned, even minimized or maximized, by tailoring the potential energy landscape for the diffusing … Read More

Bronze-mean hexagonal quasicrystal

The most striking feature of conventional quasicrystals is their non-traditional symmetry characterized by icosahedral, dodecagonal, decagonal or octagonal axes. The symmetry and the aperiodicity of these materials stem from an irrational ratio of two or more length scales controlling their … Read More

Portorož 2021: Physics of the flavourful Universe

The sixth in the series of biennial Portorož workshops will take place from September 21st to 24th, 2021. The aim of the workshop is to discuss complementary aspects of precision elementary particle phenomenology both within the standard model and beyond: those … Read More

Third HEP trilateral meeting in Vipava

The 3rd trilateral meeting, involving parties from the University of Nova Gorica, SISSA and ICTP from Trieste and from the Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, will take place in the Lanthieri mansion in Vipava on September 15th, 2021. The talks will cover … Read More

Brda workshop 2021

This years’ workshop is intended to bring together and facilitate discussions between members of the Theoretical physics of nuclei, particles and fields group and a couple of invited guests working on various phenomenological aspects of the Standard Model and New Physics. … Read More

PhD position in biophysics/soft matter

Theoretical Biophysics and Soft Matter Group at the Department of Theoretical Physics, Jožef Stefan Institute, is announcing a PhD position, awarded by Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, University of Ljubljana. The PhD candidate will work in the field of RNA … Read More

Droplet spread of infections

The 9th Institute colloquium was given by Matej Kanduč from the Biophysics group: A large number of infectious diseases are transmitted via large droplets and by airborne routes. How far these droplets can move, how rapidly and strongly they deposit … Read More

Tuning the Permeability of Dense Membranes

Permeability is one of the most fundamental transport properties in soft matter physics, material engineering, and nanofluidics. Here, we report how the permeability can be massively tuned, even minimized or maximized, by tailoring the potential energy landscape for the diffusing … Read More

Bronze-mean hexagonal quasicrystal

The most striking feature of conventional quasicrystals is their non-traditional symmetry characterized by icosahedral, dodecagonal, decagonal or octagonal axes. The symmetry and the aperiodicity of these materials stem from an irrational ratio of two or more length scales controlling their … Read More