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About the article
Jozef Liday (Assoc Prof, PhD) graduated in solid state physics in 1968 and received his PhD in electronics and vacuum technology, both from STU, in 1985. His teaching and research activities include materials analysis, thin films and surface science.
Peter Vogrinˇciˇc (Ing), graduated in radio-electronics from the Slovak University of Technology in 1992. He is engaged in research, particularly in Auger analysis and depth profiling.
Andrej Vincze (PhD), graduated in Microelectronics from the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava in 1999 and received his PhD degree from the STU at 2006. His work is focused to semiconductor and material analysis using SIMS at the International Laser Centre in Bratislava
Juraj Breza (Prof, PhD) born in Bratislava in 1951, graduated in solid state physics in 1974 and received his PhD in electronics and vacuum technology, both from STU, in 1982. Professor in electronics. His research and teaching activities include materials analysis, thin films, surface science and superconductor electronics
Ivan Hotov´y (Prof, DrSc) received his MSc in Electronics from the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava in 1982 and his PhD in Electronics from the Slovak University of Technology in 1994. He is a scientific worker and lecturer at Department of Microelectronics, FEIT STU. His current research interests include the development of gas sensors, magnetron sputtering of metal oxide films and plasma etching of compound semiconductors.
Published Online: 2012-12-29
Published in Print: 2012-12-01