The Swiss Young Network for Science Policy and Diplomacy (SYNESPOD) project co-lead by Jovana V. Milic kick-started as part of the Swiss Young Academy, with the focus on establishing a platform for science policy and diplomacy through (inter)national partnerships towards sustainable development. For more information, see the news article and the project webpage.
Our article on “Reversible Pressure-Dependent Mechanochromism of Dion–Jacobson and Ruddlesden–Popper Layered Hybrid Perovskites” has been selected as the Front Cover of the Advanced Materials Issue! Check it out!
Jovana Milic has been selected as one of 5 new members of the Swiss Young Academy (SYA) based on their research, experience of inter- and transdisciplinary cooperation and their motivation to work at the interface of science, society and politics.
Jovana V. Milić and Daniel Estiben Ramírez Zora received funding for a collaboration focused on developing new materials for improving the stability of perovskite solar cells under real-world operating conditions. Read more
Jovana Milic has been selected as one of 39 new members of the Global Young Academy (GYA), whose goal is to give a voice to young researchers around the world.
Jovana has been awarded the prestigious Zeno Karl Schindler Award for her contributions to sustainable development at EPFL. Read more