Highlights of nanoelectronics-oriented research in Romania


Two outstanding research centres in nanotechnology, well-known for their international activity, present a short review of their work.

The first technical event organized by the new IEEE Nanotechnology Chapter (see http://link2nano.ro/NANO42/index.html), with the support of the Faculty of Electronics, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, contains two talks sustained by leaders of two nanotechnology research centres in Romania. The two centres are:


Research Centre for Integrated Systems, Nanotechnologies and Carbon-based Nanomaterials (see https://www.imt.ro/CENASIC/materiale_pub/pliant_CENASIC_12oct2015.pdf for general description). It is an R&D department of the National Institute for R&D in Microtechnologies, IMT Bucharest (www.imt.ro). The infrastructure is included in the ERRIS database (https://eeris.eu/ERIF-2000-000J-0780).


Center for Surface Science and Nanotechnology, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest (https://cssnt-upb.ro/?lang=en)

The first talk will be given by Dr.  Mircea Dragoman, Director of CENASIC. The speaker will present advanced electronic devices based on 2D materials.

The second talk will be delivered by Prof. Marius Enăchescu, Head of CSSNT-UPB. He will speak about research in physics and chemistry related to micro- and nanotechnologies, e.g.  in projects from ECSEL (i. e. Electronic Components and Systems European Program).

  Date and Time




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  • Bucharest, Municipiul Bucuresti
  • Romania

  • claudius.dan@upb.ro

  • Co-sponsored by Faculty of Electronics, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
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Mircea Dragoman of IMT Bucharest



Mircea Dragoman was born in Bucharest in 1955. He graduated the Polytechnical Institute in Bucharest, Electronic Faculty, in 1980. He received the doctoral degree in electronics in 1991. Mircea Dragoman is a senior researcher I at the National Research Institute in Microtechnologies, since 1996. He is teaching since 2008 at Univ. Politehnica Bucharest ,Romania a course termed Advanced Technological Processes which is related to nanotechnologies and advanced materials.In the period 1992-1994 he was the recipient of the Humbold Fellowship award and he has followed postdoctoral studies at Duisburg University, Germany. He was invited professor at : CNR- Istituto di Electtronica dello Stato Solido-Roma (1996), Univ. Saint-Etienne –Franta (1997), Univ. Mannheim (1998-1999, 2001-2002), Univ. Frankfurt  (2003), Univ. Darmstadt (2004); in the period 2005-2006, 2008-2010  he was nominated directeur de recherche at CNRS LAAS Toulouse. He has published more than 300 scientific papers. He is co-author of 6  books published at Springer and Artech House (USA). Dragoman, M. Dragoman “Advanced Optoelectronic Devices”, Springer (1999),D. Dragoman, M. Dragoman, “Optical Characterization of Solids, Springer (2002), D.Dragoman, M.Dragoman “Quantum Classical Analogies”, Springer (2004) M.Dragoman, D.Dragoman-Nanoelectronics. Principles and Devices, Artech House, Boston, USA (2006), 1st edition, 2006), second edition (2008).D.Dragoman, M. Dragoman, Bionanoelectronics, Springer 2012. 2D Nanoelectronics, Physics and Devices of Atomically Thin Materials, Springer, 2017.



Marius Enachescu of University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest


see http://www.aosr.ro/wp-content/uploads/CV-uriMembri/s3-Marius-Enachescu.pdf , and also https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=626BwRMAAAAJ




  1. Mircea Dragoman. A talk about advanced electronic devices based on 2D materials (30 minutes).
  2. Marius Enăchescu. A talk about physics and chemistry research related to micro- and nanotechnologies (30 minutes)