ZAGREB, 8 February (Hina) – Three young electronics engineers at the Split Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture are participating in the design of chips for CERN, using state-of-the-art tools and methods at the forefront of technology, the faculty said on Monday.
It became involved in the design of chips for the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in cooperation with Fermilab in Chicago.
“We have designed parts of a chip for a new generation of detectors at CERN in cooperation with Fermilab which, given the successful first results of the design, invited us to participate also in the design of newer generation chips,” said Josip Vasilj, assistant dean for science.
He also states that the team working on these chips consists of assistant professors Duje Čoko and Ante Kristić, professor Josip Music, doctor of science Marina Prvan, and under the guidance of professors Julij Ožegović and Ivica Puljko.
This success, he added, justifies the Split University’s status as the most successful in Croatia and one of the most successful in this part of Europe.