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Igor Muševič mostly deals with Liquid crystal, Colloid, Chemical physics, Condensed matter physics and Optical tweezers. His Liquid crystal study improves the overall literature in Optics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Self-assembly, Crystallography and Colloidal particle in addition to Chemical physics.
His research integrates issues of Ferroelectricity, Dielectric and Anisotropy in his study of Condensed matter physics. His Optical tweezers research incorporates elements of Molecular physics, Borromean rings, Soft matter and Geometric phase. His Colloidal crystal research includes elements of Phase, Nuclear magnetic resonance and Crystallite.
Igor Muševič mainly investigates Liquid crystal, Condensed matter physics, Optics, Colloid and Phase. His Liquid crystal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chemical physics, Ferroelectricity, Colloidal crystal, Optical tweezers and Topological defect. The various areas that Igor Muševič examines in his Chemical physics study include Crystallography, Dipole, Nanoparticle, Metastability and Self-assembly.
His Condensed matter physics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Antiferroelectricity and Dielectric. His Colloid study incorporates themes from Nanotechnology and Anisotropy. His Phase study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wetting, Isotropy and Relaxation.
His primary scientific interests are in Liquid crystal, Condensed matter physics, Topological defect, Optics and Colloid. His Liquid crystal study is associated with Optoelectronics. Igor Muševič has included themes like Surface, Perpendicular and Anisotropy in his Condensed matter physics study.
His studies in Topological defect integrate themes in fields like Chemical physics, Dipole, Soft matter, Topology and Homeotropic alignment. His studies in Colloidal crystal and Colloidal particle are all subfields of Colloid research. His Colloidal crystal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phase transition, Nanotechnology and Phase.
His primary areas of study are Liquid crystal, Condensed matter physics, Topological defect, Colloid and Nanotechnology. His Liquid crystal study combines topics in areas such as Photonics, Topological quantum number, Soft matter, Colloidal crystal and Optical tweezers. The Colloidal crystal study combines topics in areas such as Phase transition and Phase.
His work on Boojum as part of general Condensed matter physics research is often related to Degenerate energy levels and Chromonic, thus linking different fields of science. His study on Topological defect also encompasses disciplines like
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Two-Dimensional Nematic Colloidal Crystals Self-Assembled by Topological Defects
Igor Muševič;Igor Muševič;Miha Škarabot;Uroš Tkalec;Miha Ravnik.
Reconfigurable Knots and Links in Chiral Nematic Colloids
Uroš Tkalec;Miha Ravnik;Miha Ravnik;Simon Čopar;Slobodan Žumer.
Electrically tunable liquid crystal optical microresonators
M. Humar;M. Ravnik;S. Pajk;I. Muševič;I. Muševič.
Nature Photonics (2009)
The Physics of Ferroelectric and Antiferroelectric Liquid Crystals
I. Muševič;R. Blinc;B. Žekš.
3D microlasers from self-assembled cholesteric liquid-crystal microdroplets.
M. Humar;I. Muševič.
Optics Express (2010)
Entangled nematic colloidal dimers and wires.
M. Ravnik;M. Škarabot;S. Žumer;S. Žumer;U. Tkalec.
Physical Review Letters (2007)
Assembly and control of 3D nematic dipolar colloidal crystals
A. Nych;U. Ognysta;M. Škarabot;M. Ravnik.
Nature Communications (2013)
Interactions of quadrupolar nematic colloids.
Skarabot M;Ravnik M;Zumer S;Zumer S;Tkalec U.
Physical Review E (2008)
Birefringence and tilt angle in the antiferroelectric, ferroelectric, and intermediate phases of chiral smectic liquid crystals
M. Škarabot;Mojca Čepič;B. Žekš;R. Blinc;R. Blinc.
Physical Review E (1998)
Laser Trapping of Small Colloidal Particles in a Nematic Liquid Crystal: Clouds and Ghosts
I. Muševič;I. Muševič;M. Škarabot;D. Babič;N. Osterman.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
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