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List of PhD students of the Institute of Applied Physics

No. PhD student The year
(Form of study)
Theme of the thesis Scientific specialty Scientific Superviser /
Scientific Consultant
1 Valentin Batir I
(part-time)
Optical and transport properties of Cu2Cd(Sn,Ge,Si)(S,Se)4 solid solutions 134.01.
Physics and Technology of Materials

Ernest Arushanov / Maxim Guc

2 Alexandr Miku I
(part-time)
Optical and nonlinear properties of 2D two-dimensional structures based on transition metal dicalcogenides 134.01.
Physics and Technology of Materials

Leonid Kulyuk

3 Constantin Losmanschii I
(full-time)
Photosensitive azopolymers containing quantum dots and their application as recording media for polarized diffractive optical elements 134.01.
Physics and Technology of Materials

Elena Achimova

4 Dumitru Stati    I
(part-time)
Multifunctional metal-organic materials based on carboxylate clusters and homometallic Co(II,III) and heterometallic Co(II,III)/4f coordinating polymers 133.04. 
Solid State Physics

Victor Kravtsov / Svetlana Baca

5 Tatiana Marin I
(part-time)
Optical stimulation and control of cooperative-quantum effects between molecules in photosynthesis and optogenetics 131.01.
Mathematical Physics

Nicolae Enaki

6 Irina Paladii I
(part-time)
Serum protein fractionation upon whey electroactivation 253.05. Processes and  Apparatus in the Food Industry  Mircea Bernic / Mircea Bologa
7

Gheorghe Scafaru

II
(full-time)

Quantum bioinformatics based on cooperative phenomena between neurons and their application in optogenetics 131.01.
Mathematical Physics

Nicolae Enaki

8 Ion Zubac II
(part-time)

Interaction of two-dimensional magnetic excitons

  131.03.
Statistical and Kinetical Physics   

Sveatoslav Moskalenko

9 Daniel Podgornii III
(part-time)
Design, structure and magnetic properties of metal-organic materials
based on homo- and heteronuclear Fe / Fe-Ln clusters
133.04.
Solid State Physics

Victor Kravtsov / Svetlana Baca

10 Andrei Nistreanu III
(part-time)
Indistinguishability and cooperative inseparability between optical cavities and their application to collective phenomena in photosynthesis of biomolecules and biophotonics 131.01.
Mathematical Physics

Nicolae Enaki

11

Tatiana Chiriac  

II
(part-time)
Control of Quantum Dynamics with a Low Frequency Coherent Field 131.01.
Mathematical Physics

Mihai Macovei

12

Mariana Darii

III
(part- time)
Metal-Organic Materials Based on Clusters of Carboxylate and Coordination Polymers of d and d-f Metals 133.04.
Solid State Physics

Victor Kravtsov / Svetlana Baca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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