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Gabriel Moagar-Poladian

National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnology, Bucharest, Romania

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Born: 1965

Interests: optical computing, optoelectronics, solid state devices, sensors, solid state physics

1990 - MSc in Physics, physicist engineer, Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest.
1999 - PhD in solid-state physics and optoelectronics

1990 - 1992 - researcher at the Institute of Optoelectronics, Bucharest, Romania.
1992 - 1994 - researcher at Biotehnos S.A.
1994 - ... - senior researcher at the National Institute of Microtechnology, Bucharest, Romania.

Research on:
optical computing (optical neurons, novel electro-optic modulators, devices for optical computers),optoelectronics, microsystems and microsensors, infrared sensors.

Patents in :
optical communications, optoelectronics.

Selected publications:
• G. Moagar-Poladian. Spatial Light Modulators Based on Photoelectret-Electro-Optic Materials: Key Devices for Optical Computing. accepted in OSA' s Journal of Optical Technology (English version of Russian Opticheskii Zhurnal), 71, 2004.
• G. Moagar-Poladian, M. Bulinski. Reconfigurable Optical Neuron Based on the Transverse Pockels Effect. Journal of Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 4, pp. 929 - 936, 2002.
• V. Moagar-Poladian, G. Moagar-Poladian. Finite Element Simulation of a New Type of All-metal Infrared Detector. In Proceedings of SENSOR 2001 Conference, Nuremberg, Germany, 1, pp. 275 - 280. 2001.
• G. Moagar-Poladian. The Theory of the Basic Optoelectronic Behaviour of the Tunnel Diode. Applied Optics, 40, pp. 6086 - 609, 2001.
• G. Moagar-Poladian. Reconfigurable Optical Neuron Based on Photoelectretic Materials. Applied Optics, 39, pp. 782 - 787, 2000.
• G. Moagar-Poladian. Image Amplifier Based on a Photoelectret-Electrooptic Medium Sandwich-type Structure. Journal of Optics Part A: Pure and Applied, 2, pp. 569 - 575, 2000.

Theses and dissertations:
• G. Moagar-Poladian (sub indrumarea prof. dr. Ion Munteanu). MOS transistors with optically controlled gate. 1999.


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