High-Entropy Alloys group

Curriculum Vitae of Janez Dolinšek

Janez Dolinšek

– PhD in Physics (1987), University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics (Thesis title: “Substitutionally-disordered incommensurate dielectrics studied by NMR”, supervisor Prof. Dr. R Blinc);
– MSc in Physics (1986), University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics;
– BSc in Physics (1981), University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics.
Research interests:
– Condensed Matter Physics & Materials Science (quasicrystals, complex metallic alloys, bulk metallic glasses, high-entropy alloys, nanomaterials);
– Physical properties of materials (magnetism, electrical resistivity, thermoelectric power, thermal conductivity, Hall effect, specific heat);
– Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Experimental condensed matter physics.
Present positions:
– Full professor of physics at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics;
– Senior scientist at the Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Solid State Physics Department, Head of a research group, Scientific Councilor;
– Principal investigator of many national and European research projects.
– Jožef Stefan Institute (1982 – 1999 full employment, 1999 – … part-time employment);
– University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics (full employment since 1999);
– Center of excellence EN-FIST, Dunajska 56, Ljubljana (part-time employment 2010 – 2014).
Visiting positions:
– ETH Zuerich, Switzerland;
– University of Illinois at Chicago, USA;
– Max-Planck-Institut fuer Polymerforschung, Mainz, Germany;
– NCSR DEMOKRITOS, Institute of Materials Science, Athens, Greece;
– University of Waterloo, Physics Department, Ontario, Canada;
– Institut fuer Experimentalphysik, Vienna University, Austria;
– Forschungszentrum Juelich, Germany;
– Ecole des Mines, CNRS Nancy, France;
– Korea Basic Science Institute, Daejeon, Korea,
– AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
– Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
Membership in international institutions:
– Vice-president of Groupement AMPERE (European Society for Magnetic Resonances, since 2010 till present, http://www.ampere.ethz.ch/executive_officers_2012-2013.htm);
– Member of the Presidentship of the European Magnetic Resonance Society EUROMAR (treasurer, 2005 – 2010);
– Director of the annual European School in Materials Science, Ljubljana, (2006 – 2010);
– Editor of the Journal of Analytical Science and Technology, Daejeon, S. Korea (www.jast-journal.com).
– 292 original papers in the period 1983-2021 (as of 2nd Feb., 2021) in international journals in the fields of condensed matter physics, materials science and nuclear magnetic resonance;
– large number of invited lectures at international conferences, Universities and Institutes.
– Zois prize 2010 of the Republic Slovenia for outstanding achievements in solid state physics;
– Zois recognition 2001 for important achievements in solid state physics.