News

27.08.2020

Our lab member Juraj Nevrela received his PhD in Electronics and Photonics from the Slovak University of technology in Bratislava. His PhD Thesis: Exploitation of nanotechnologies for Optoelectronic Devices Fabrication with Dimensions under Difraction Limit. Congratulations!


14.7.2020

Martin Weis has been promoted to the Professor at Slovak University of Technology. Congratulations!


2.7.2020

Our lab member Adam Vardzak received his bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Photonics from the Slovak University of technology in Bratislava. His topic “Flexible sensors based on organic materials”. Congratulations!


1.7.2020

Approved utility model: The design and fabrication process of light out-coupling structure made of conductive polymers for the active area of light-emitting diodes.


10.6.2020

Our lab member Tomas Vincze received his MSc in Electronics and Photonics from the Slovak University of technology in Bratislava. Congratulations!


22.4.2020

Our lab member Vratislav Rezo received the Dean’s Award for his contribution (LED Solar Simulator for Organic devices) on Student Scientific Competition conference at our university. Congratulations!


22.4.2020

Our lab member Tomas Vincze received the Award of the Czechoslovak Section of the IEEE for his contribution (Method of preparation thin-film transistors based on copper oxide) on Student Scientific Competition conference at our university. Congratulations!


2.4.2020

Approved utility model: Active fully-organic optical waveguide based on conductive components for use in electro-optical devices.


20.1.2020

Our lab member Miroslav Novota received the “STU Rector’s Prize” for excellent performance of study obligations throughout the studies of Doctoral Study Programme Electronics and Photonics. Congratulations!


11.12.2019

Martin Weis was awarded a Prize for scientific impact by the Slovak Physical Society. Congratulations!


27.11.2019

Our lab member Miroslav Novota received his PhD in Electronics and Photonics from the Slovak University of technology in Bratislava. His PhD Thesis was focused on the development of technologies for organic semiconductor-based integrated circuits. Congratulations!


5.11.2019

Approved utility models:

  1. Vapor valve of parylene monomer.
  2. Vapor diffusor of parylene monomer

7.10.2019

Our lab member Michal Micjan received the “STU Rector’s Prize” for excellent performance of study obligations throughout the studies of Doctoral Study Programme Electronics and Photonics. Congratulations!


17.9.2019

Our lab member Martin Weis received the award “Top Peer Reviewer 2019”, Powered by Publons. For placing in the top 1% reviewers in Cross-Field on Publons global reviewer database, determined by the number of peer review reports performed during the 2018-2019 award year. Congratulations!


26.8.2019

Our lab member Michal Micjan received his PhD in Electronics and Photonics from the Slovak University of technology in Bratislava. His PhD Thesis was Development of technology for fast devices of organic electronics. Congratulations!


23.7.2019

Our lab member Michal Micjan received research grant with the topic „Involvement of organic electronics in the learning process“ (Tatra banka Foundation). Congratulations!


22.6.2019

Our lab member Miroslav Novota (Principal investigator) and Michal Micjan received internal research grant of STU (Grant scheme to support excellent teams of young researchers). Name of the project „Heart-Disease Diagnostic in Real Time with Neural Networks“ . Congratulations!


24.9.2018

Martin Weis was awarded a Higher Doctorate degree by the Slovak Academy of Sciences for is work on fabrication technology and characterization of organic electronics devices. Congratulations!


20.6.2018

Our lab member Michal Micjan received Award for the best poster presentation in PhD. section of the international scientific conference Advances in Electronic and Photonic Technologies – ADEPT 2018. Congratulations!


26.2.2018

Our lab member Michal Micjan received research grant AXA Innovator 2018. Name of project „Development of organic electronics technology“. Congratulations!


22.6.2017

Our lab member Michal Micjan (Principal investigator), Miroslav Novota and Juraj Nevrela received internal research grant of STU (Grant scheme to support excellent teams of young researchers). Name of the project „Flexible electronic devices: Design and fabrication by inkjet printing“. Congratulations!


20.4.2016

Our young lab member Michal Micjan received the Dean’s diploma for his contribution (Preparation of a ferroelectric diode as a memory element) on Student Scientific Competition conference at our university. Congratulations!


25.2.2014

Martin Weis has been promoted to the Associate Professor at Slovak University of Technology. Congratulations!


23.4.2013

Our young lab member Juraj Nevrela received the Dean’s diploma for his contribution (Application of polymer anode for organic electroluminescent diodes.) on Student Scientific Competition conference at our university. Congratulations!