Head of Department
SURFACE ENGINEERING AND OPTOELECTRONICS
Jozef Stefan Institute
Prof. Dr. Miran Mozetič received his B. Sc. Degree of Physics from the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia in 1988. In 1992 he received the M. Sc. Degree from the Technical Faculty, University of Maribor, Slovenia, and in 1997 the Ph. D. Degree of Electronic Vacuum Technology from the Faculty of Electro-technique, Computer Sciences and Informatics, University of Maribor. In 1993 he attended courses on Application of synchrotron radiation techniques at International centre for theoretical physics in Trieste, Italy. He joined Jožef Stefan Institute in 2003 and since 2009 he is the Head of Department F4 (Department of Surface Engineering). He is the leader of a research group
Interaction of nonequilibrium plasma with organic and composite materials, fusion Oriented research on plasma Surface interaction Plasma nanoscience Plasma techniques for biomedical applications
Mozetič M, Primc G, Vesel A, Modic M, Junkar I, Recek N, Klanjšek-Gunde M, Guhy L, Sunkara MK, Assensio MC, Milošević S. Application of extremely non-equilibrium plasmas in the processing of nano and biomedical materials. Plasma Sources Science and Technology. 2015 Jan 8;24(1):015026.
Mozetic M, Cvelbar U. Heterogeneous recombination of O atoms on metal surfaces. International Journal of Nanoscience. 2007 Apr;6(02):121-4.
Mozetic M, Cvelbar U. Determination of the neutral oxygen atom density in a plasma reactor loaded with metal samples. Plasma Sources Science and Technology. 2009 Jul 15;18(3):034002.
Primc G, Zaplotnik R, Vesel A, Mozetic M. Microwave discharge as a remote source of neutral oxygen atoms. AIP Advances. 2011 Jun;1(2):022129.