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Mid-European Node

Joined ICAM in 2016


Faculty of Science, University of Split

A university located in Split, Croatia. It was founded in 1974. and is organized in 13 faculties and 124 faculty programmes.
The university wishes to educate teachers from different areas of expertise such as mathematics, physics, polytechnics, biology and chemistry and we are proud that we produce excellent engineers every year. The students which accomplish academic excellence in form of a degree are fully capable to perform the jobs they have been educated to do and they are ready to follow any advances in their professions .

The faculty aspires to fulfill three main goals:

  • To strengthen the science-research capacity and to enlarge the focus on the Faculty throughout Croatia and the european scientific community

  • To enhance existing studies and to introduces new studies that will be alluring to students throughout the bachelors, masters and doctors studies

  • To enlarge the level of organization and to ensure the fulfillment of the staff and it’s potential



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Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb

The Faculty of Science is one of several faculties of the University of Zagreb.It was established in 1946, although teaching started already in 1876. The Faculty includes 7 departments, the Seismological Service, the Mareographic and Meteorological stations, and the Zagreb Botanical Garden.

Many of its researchers work across the whole spectrum of scientific activities ranging from basic to applied research and many have been recognized internationally for their contributions to research and development.

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Institute of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics 
Founded in 1972.  the Budapest University of Technology and Economics is the most significant University of Technology in Hungary and is considered the world’s oldest Institute of Technology which has university rank and structure. It was the first institute in Europe to train engineers at university level.

Their current research is focused on:

  • Magnetic Heterostructures

  • Quantum phases and phase transitions

  • Hadronic bound states

  • Nanoscale structures

  • Complex networks

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Institute of Physics, Zagreb

The Institute of Physics was founded in 1960, as an institute devoted to scientific research in solid state physics and atomic physics. Although a solid part of nowadays’ activities may still be incorporated in such a classification, it is better to say that, taking into account their scope and range of subjects, today’s activities encompass various branches of physics, such as solid state physics, surface physics, statistical physics, biological physics, atomic and molecular physics, optical physics and plasma physics

It is dedicated to perform high quality basic research in physics as a prerequisite for the process of technology and knowledge transfer so as to give a notable, sustainable and socially responsible contribution to the development of Croatia, the region and EU.

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Jožef Stefan Institute  

The mission of the Jožef Stefan Institute is the accumulation - and dissemination - of knowledge at the frontiers of natural science and technology to the benefit of society at large through the pursuit of education, learning, research, and development of high technology at the highest international levels of excellence.

The subjects concern production and control technologies, communication and computer technologies, knowledge technologies, biotechnologies, new materials, environmental technologies, nanotechnologies, and nuclear engineering.

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Technishe Universität Wien

TU Wien (TUW) is located in the heart of Europe, in a cosmopolitan city of great cultural diversity. For more than 200 years, TU Wien has been a place of research, teaching and learning in the service of progress. TU Wien is among the most successful technical universities in Europe and is Austria’s largest scientific-technical research and educational institution.

In order to successfully position itself in an internationally competitive field and develop its research
activity profile, TU Wien set out five research focal areas as part of the 2010+ development plan, building upon existing strengths and skills: Computational Science and Engineering, Quantum Physics and Quantum Technologies, Materials and Matter, Information and Communication Technology and Energy + Environment.

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Member Institutions

  • University of Split

  • University of Zagreb

  • Institute of Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

  • Institute of Physics, Zagreb

  • Jožef Stefan Institute

  • Technische Universität Wien

Branch Members

Senior Scientists

  • Ivica Aviani

  • Rok Zitko

  • Veljko Zlatic


  • Silke Buehler-Paschen

Workshop Application

  • Spin, Charge, and Energy Transport in Novel Materials

    • Author​: Veljko Zlatic

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