Department of Nanostructured Materials
Jozef Stefan Institute
Dr. Nina Kostevsek, working as a scientist in Department of Nanostructured Materials, Jozef Stefan
"Electrochemical study and deposition of magnetic thin films, nanowires and nanotubes based on Fe-Pd and Co-Pt system Multifunctional nanomaterials based on magnetic (FePt, Fe3O4) and optically active components (Au) for bioapplications such as magnetic resonance imaging, magnetic hyperthermia, photo-thermal theraphy and sensing"
Kostevšek N, Žužek Rožman K, Arshad MS, Spreitzer M, Kobe S, Šturm S. Multimodal hybrid FePt/SiO2/Au nanoparticles for nanomedical applications: combining photothermal stimulation and manipulation with an external magnetic field. The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2015 Jul 6;119(28):16374-82.
Pečko D, Rožman KŽ, Kostevšek N, Arshad MS, Markoli B, Samardžija Z, Kobe S. Electrodeposited hard-magnetic Fe 50 Pd 50 nanowires from an ammonium-citrate-based bath. Journal of Alloys and Compounds. 2014 Aug 25;605:71-9.
Kostevšek N, Rožman KŽ, Pečko D, Pihlar B, Kobe S. A comparative study of the electrochemical deposition kinetics of iron-palladium alloys on a flat electrode and in a porous alumina template. Electrochimica Acta. 2014 Apr 10;125:320-9.