MOCVD laboratory

MOCVD laboratory

The MOCVD laboratory is equiped with AIXTRON CCS system dedicated to growth of GaN based semiconductors for transistor and photo-cathode structures ... (more in Laboratories)

Study

Institute of Electrical Engineering is accredited to provide the doctoral studies as an external educational institution in collaboration with Slovak University of Technology and Comenius University in the following doctoral study fields:
5.2.13 Elecronics and Photonics
5.2.48 Physical Engineering
4.1.3 Physics of Condensed Matter and Acoustics

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About Institute

The Institute of Electrical Engineering (IEE SAS) is a scientific institution based in 1953. Researchers of the Institute implements international projects supported by EU, projects supported by ERDF, and national projects supported by APVV and VEGA agencies.


The Institute is focused on the research and development of semiconductor, superconductor, oxide and magnetic materials and devices, including theoretical and experimental study of their structural, optical, transport properties and devices for the information technology and power engineering.


The semiconductor research is focused on future Si-based memory devices, technology and study of GaN, GaAs, and InP quantum heterostructures. Our work leads to several outputs, as for example capacity sensors, advanced sensors of magnetic field, x-ray detectors and others.


The superconductor research is centered on technology and testing of superconducting MgB2 tapes and conductors, developed for power engineering such as transport cables, transformers and superconducting magnets.

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09.09.2016 To get

Journal Reading

19.05.2016

Defense of PhD Thesis

Ing. Tomáš Ščepka

06.05.2016 Press release

Lecture - Dr. Kazuki Kodama

Theoretical and experimental studies for...

26.02.2016 Press release

Lecture - E. Seiler

Brief summary of stay at CERN and of...

22.01.2016 Press release

Lecture - Dr. Mruczkiewicz

Particular Properties of Spin Waves in...

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