Mile Ivanda
Dept. of Materials Physics, Ruder Boskovic Institute, Croatia, Italy

Mile Ivanda is employee of Ru?er Boškovi? Institute in Zagreb, Croatia. He was Alexander von Humbolt post-doctoral researcher at University of Wüerzburg (1994- 1996) and visiting scientist at University of Trento (2000-2001). He has been working on 12 scientific projects, including a technological project "Implementation and development of the LPCVD process", where new techniques in synthesis of nanocrystalline silicon thin films for sensors and theremoelectrics were developed. As responsible head of the organizing committee, he was organizer of the conference "2nd Adriatic School of Nanoscience" held in Dubrovnik in 2012. At that period, he was the Main Coordinator for the organization and building of Croatian Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology. He has published more than 170 papers in journals and conference proceedings in the area of structure and vibrational dynamics of semiconductor and oxide nanostructures and on new techniques of Raman spectroscopy. Currently, he is the Head of the Laboratory of Molecular Physics.

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