Saturday, 26 March 2022
Jožef Stefan Institute, Jamova cesta 39, 9:00 – 14:00 (CET)
Jožef Stefan Institute – Reactor center Podgorica, Brinje 40, 9:30 – 14:30 (CET)
At the end of March each year, we commemorate the birthday of the remarkable Slovenian physicist Jožef Stefan as traditional Days of Jožef Stefan, known also as Stefan’s Days, spanning the entire week. This year Stefan’s Days’ activities conclude with the Open Day 2022 on Saturday 26 March 2022. This event is organized by the Center for Technology Transfer and Innovation with cooperation of research departments and research centers. The event is open for general public interested in research activities on multidisciplinary fields of science.
Author: K. Schönbauer, 1893 (at latest)
Animation of prof. dr. Jožef Stefan created by David Susič, E9 – Department of Intelligent Systems
INFORMATION FOR VISITORS
Open Day 2022 invites you to different programme sections on multidisciplinary fields of science.
The first programme section of the Open Day will start at 9:00 (CET) at the Jožef Stefan Institute (Jamova cesta 39). Each programme section starts at the full hour and lasts 1 hour. The last presentation will start at 13:00. Parking will not be available at the Jožef Stefan Institute (Jamova cesta 39), but visitors will have an option to park at the parking place near the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics (Jadranska ulica 15). The number of these parking places is limited.
Visits will also take place at the Reactor center Podgorica in a close vicinity of Ljubljana (Brinje 40, 1262 Dol pri Ljubljani) in the scope of programme section 4. Presentations at the Reactor center will start at 9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 and 13:30. Visitors at the Reactor center have to show their ID document (personal ID card or passport) in order to enter. It will be possible to park near Reactor center. Free bus transport will be organized between JSI Jamova cesta 39 and Reactor center Podgorica. The number of available seats on the bus is limited. Bus schedule: relation Jamova – Reactor: 9:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00; relation Reactor – Jamova: 9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 13:30, 14:30.
The number of visitors will be limited for each programme section with the aim to provide opportunity for a conversation with the researchers in each programme section. All visits are free of charge. Visitors have to follow all epidemiological requirements and recommendations. Indoors is the usage of masks mandatory. Additionally, visitors have to follow all safety instructions provided by JSI staff, especially by laboratory staff.
We kindly ask all visitors to stay in the group of each specific programme section, since visits of laboratories and other places at the Jožef Stefan Insititute without JSI staff is not allowed. Photographing inside and outside the premises at the location of Jožef Stefan Institute is not allowed without written consent. We thank you for understanding.
1. The matter, internet, biotechnology
Programme section 1.1: Questions about space, life and everything in general
F3 – Department of Thin Films and Surfaces
F1 – Department of Theoretical Physics
F5 – Department of Condensed Matter Physics
Programme section 1.2: Small is important
F2 – Department of Low and Intermediate Energy Physics
CEMM – Center for Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis
F4 – Department of Surface Engineering
Programme section 1.3: Building a modern world
K9 – Advanced Materials Department
E5 – Laboratory for Open Systems and Networks
B3 – Department of Biotechnology
2. Biology, chemistry, physics
Programme section 2.1: From atom to molecule, from molecule to life
F7 – Department of Complex Matter
B2 – Department of Molecular and Biomedical Sciences
K3 – Department of Physical and Organic Chemistry
Programme section 2.2: From the Higgs boson to the greatest challenges of modern society
B1 – Department of Biochemistry and Molecular and Structural Biology
F9 – Experimental Particle Physics Department
K7 – Department for Nanostructured Materials
Programme section 2.3: Where robots play and miracles happen
E1 – Department of Automatics, Biocybernetics and Robotics
K1/ŠEK – School of Experimental Chemistry
E8 – Department of Knowledge Technologies
3. Knowledge, systems, materials, environment
Programme section 3.1: Are we the smartest?
E9 – Department of Intelligent Systems
K8 – Department for Material Synthesis
E2 – Department of Systems and Control
Programme section 3.2: Life in chips, chips for life
K5 – Electronic Ceramics Department
E6 – Department of Communication Systems
F6 – Department of Gaseous Electronics
Programme section 3.3: The junction of natural and digital
O2 – Department of Environmental Sciences
E3 – Department for Artificial Intelligence
E7 – Computer Systems Department
4. Energy – presentations at the Reactor Center (Podgorica pri Ljubljani)
Programme section 4.1: ICJT – Milan Čopič Nuclear Training Centre
Programme section 4.2: F8/RIC – Reactor Physics Department and RIC Research Infrastructure Centre TRIGA MARK II
Programme section 4.3: R4 – Reactor Engineering Division and O2 – Department of Environmental Sciences
Programme section 4.4: F2 – Department of Low and Medium Energy Physics: Accelerator
Let your curiosity fuel your knowledge.
Jožef Stefan Institute video
Video about the Jožef Stefan institute and its impact on society and economy.
Jožef Stefan Institute and its ERC projects
Jožef Stefan Institute and its top ERC (European Research Council) research projects.
The Jožef Stefan Institute crossword puzzle
(available only in Slovenian language)
We kindly invite you to solve the crossword puzzle about the Jožef Stefan Institute (available only in Slovenian language). The solution of the crossword puzzle can be sent via mail firstname.lastname@example.org until 26 March 2022 and from the received solutions we will draw few winners, who will receive symbolic reward.