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  • The Institute of Solid State Physics celebrates its 40th anniversary

    On February 23rd, the Institute of Solid State Physics, University of Latvia (ISSP UL) is celebrating its 40th anniversary since its foundation in 1978 when two laboratories of University of Latvia merged - the Semiconductor Physics Laboratory, founded in 1960, and the Ferro- and Piezoelectric Physics Laboratory, founded in 1968. With the increase in the number of employees, the existing premises of the University of Latvia became narrow, therefore in 1975 a new building for the Institute of Solid State Physics was built on the right bank of the Daugava River.

  • The second call for research applications under the activity “Post-doctoral Research Aid”

    The State Education Development Agency (SEDA) has announced the 2nd round of competition for selecting research applications under the activity 1.1.1.2. “Post-Doctoral Research Aid”. Research applications can be submitted by the scientific institutions and merchants registered in Latvia.

  • Inga Jonāne, a first-year PhD student of the ISSP UL, receives SIA Mikrotīkls scholarship

    The Foundation of the University of Latvia (UL) announces the results of the scholarship competition for the first-year PhD students of the UL in the fields of the natural, life, and medical sciences. Inga Jonāne, a first-year PhD student at the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics, is among the 6 most successful young scientists who will receive the support for their PhD studies for the following year thanks to the donation of SIA Mikrotīkls.

  • Kick-off meeting of the H2020 project “CO2-based Electrosynthesis of ethylene oXIDE – CO2EXIDE”

    On 18th/19th January, the kick-off meeting of the H2020 SPIRE project “CO2-based electrosynthesis of ethylene oxide CO2EXIDE”, coordinated by Fraunhofer IGB, Straubing branch BioCat, was held in Brussels to give the initial starting point for partners to work.

  • The Latvian Academy of Sciences named the most significant achievements in science in 2017

    Our colleagues have succeeded in the nomination Achievements in Applied Science with the study "New Materials Synthesised for Infrared Radiation Converter and White Light Sources".