Ion Mihailescu

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Affiliation and official address

Laser-Surface-PlasmaInteractions Laboratory, Lasers Department
National Institute for Lasers, Plasma, and Radiation Physics (INFLPR),
StradaAtomistilor, nr.409
P.O.Box MG-54 RO-77125,
Phone:+40 (0) 21 45744 91
Fax:+40 (0) 21 457 4243, 457 44 67

Dateand placeof birth

May 30, 1947; Slatina, Olt, Romania 






English,French, Russian,Italian



PhD theses supervised

  1. Mihai Adrian SOPRONYI, „Thin films and nanostructures by advanced pulsed laser technologies for biomedicine, sensing and energy storage applications”, Bucharest University, Romania, 9 Sept 2019
  2. Irina Gabriela UNGUREANU (Negut), Bioglass thin films and magnetic nanoparticles obtained by advanced pulsed laser techniques, 06 May 2019, Bucharest University, Romania
  3. Dan-Nicolae BECHERESCU (BARBU): “Synthesis and investigation of thin layers obtained by High PowerPulsed Magnetron Sputtering and Pulsed Laser Deposition for development ofmetal-composite devices”, Bucharest University, Romania, July 6, 2017
  4. Gianina Florentina Popescu-Pelin, 'Nanostructured thin films obtained by pulsed laser techniques: a correlated study of physico-chemical and biological performances', 2016.
  5. Denis Negrea: “Studies ofnano-crystalline powders characterization by X-ray techniques”, BucharestUniversity, Romania, November 20, 2015
  6. AnitaVisan, 'Nanostructured thin films synthesized by advanced lasertechniques for rapid healing and tissue regeneration', 2015
  7. Sorin Moga: “Studies ofthin films characterization using X-ray diffraction techniques”, BucharestUniversity, Romania, November 20, 2015
  8. Motoc Maria Marilena, "Biomaterials immobilization by laser techniques for therapeutical applications", 2014
  9. Claudiu Sutan, "Oxide thin films synthesized by PLD for newapplications in photocatalysis, highly efficient transparent media andbiomedicine", 2014
  10. Natalia Serban, "Polymers, calcium phosphates and bioglasses MAPLE thin film depositions: physico-chemical and biological characterizations", 2013
  11. Catalin Ducu, "X-RayDiffraction studies and complementary techniques on thin films andsuperficial layers for advanced technological applications", 2013
  12. Liviu Marian Duta, "The synthesis by pulsed lasertechniques of adherent and conductive nanostructured coatings ofmetalic oxides, bioglasses and calcium phosphates for biomedicalapplications", 2013
  13. Andrei C. Popescu, "Laserdeposition and characterization of transparent conductive, bioactive,hydrophobic and antiseptic nanostructures", 2012
  14. Claudiu Fleaca, "The obtaining and characterization of oriented carbon nanotubes by CVD (chemical vapor deposition) methods, activated with laser, plasma and incandescent filaments", 2012
  15. ElenaCamelia Popescu, "Contributions in the field of the nanostructuredfilms obtained by pulsed laser technologies for biosensors and drugdelivery", 2011
  16. Felix Sima, 'The synthesis of hybrid biomimetic nanostructures (calcium phosphates + proteins) by advanced laser techniques : structural, biochemical and biological characterization', 2011.
  17. Gabriela Corina Dorcioman, "Synthesis of thin layers by pulsed laser technologies: very hard coatings (ZrC) and nanostructures (metallic oxides and polymers)", 2011
  18. Marimona Miroiu, " Surface science studies in coherent,high intensity laser radiation regime: biomimetic calcium phosphatethin films for implantology applications" , 2011
  19. Sorin Grigorescu, "Study of of nanostructured biomaterial thinlayers synthesized by laser ablation for advanced biomimeticimplants ", 2010
  20. Emanuel Axente, "Laser-matter interactions in ns and fsregime:applications in the NP and TF synthesis and surfacemicroprocessing", 2010
  21. Diana Caiteanu, “Researches on pulsed laser deposition ofnanostructured thin films for optical gas sensors and biomimeticcoatings" 2010
  22. Nicolaie Stefan, "Study of thin films obtained and modified bylaser techniques for medical and metalurgical applications" 2009
  23. Mihai Oane,"The thermal effectsin laser-matter interaction", 2009
  24. Ernest Popovici,"Contributions to the development of laser systems and processingsystems for obtaining nanostructured powders", 2008
  25. Daniela Stanoi, “Nanostructured coatings obtained by pulsed laser deposition for optoelectronics and spintronics applications ”, 2007
  26. Gabriel Socol, "Biomaterialsthin films obtained by pulsedlaserdeposition method for a new generation of medical implants", 2006
  27. Rodica Cristescu,“Laser material interactions: laser processing of polymer thin films for biomedical applications,” 2005
  28. Carmen Ristoscu, Synthesis,processing and characterizationof thinfilms by high intensity laser radiation,” 2003
  29. Monica Iliescu,“Study of manganese and carbonatedopedoctocalcium phosphate and HA films obtained on titan by pulsed laserdeposition (PLD),” 2003
  30. Cristian Petre,“Contributions to the spatial and temporal controlled generation and propagation of laser radiation. Applications to the thermal treatment of materials surfaces,” 2002
  31. Valentin Nelea,“Growth and characterization ofHA thin filmsobtained by pulsed laser deposition (PLD) method,” 2002
  32. Corneliu Ghica,“Study of thin films obtained bylaserablation: Manganese with colossal magnetoresistence: La0.6Y0.07Ca0.33MnO3-δ,”2000
  33. Johnny Neamtu,“Interaction of laser radiationand substancein solid, liquid phase or/and plasma,” 2000
  34. Magdalena Ulmeanu,“Study of systems underirradiationtreatment; thin films used as mirrors for soft X-ray fields,”1999
  35. Eniko Gyorgy,“Synthesis, deposition, andcharacterization of thin films by laser radiation,” July 1998
  36. Stefan Amarande,“Beam quality anticipation foragas-transport laser,” July 1996
  37. Aurel Andrei,“Researches on laser-irradiatedsurfacephysics,” 1995
  38. Andrei Barborica,"Corrugation of surfaces under laser irradiation," 1994


Fellowships,working stages

InternationalConference Organizing

MembershipofProfessional Societies



Management of international projects

Coordinator of participations in international contracts by the National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics – INFLPR, Bucharest Romania:
    1. Bilateral Belgia 103 BM 2017-2018, Biosenzori nanostructuraţi şi funcţionalizaţi prin iradiere şi transfer cu pulsuri laser
    2. NATO G 4890 2016 – 2019, Energy - efficient decontamination by UV & cold plasma using metamaterials
    3. ANR 19 Ro-Fr, 2014 -2016, Innovative BIOmimetic nanostructured COATings for orthopaedic implants BY advanced pulsed LASER methods
    4. Brancusi (bilateral Fr) 778/2014-2016, Nanocompozite biomimetice obtinute prin biotehnologii laser avansate pentru vindecarea rapidă şi regenerarea ţesuturilor osoase
    5. CARLA 7-083, 2014-2015, Ag/Si doped carbon layer for bio-medical application / „Straturi de carbon dopate cu Ag/Si pentru aplicatii biomedicale”
    6. Bilateral Turcia 597 2013-2014, Suprafețe biofuncţionale nanostructurate obținute prin tehnologii de scriere laser directă
    7. Bilateral Moldova 693 2013-2014, Nanostructuri biomimetice sintetizate prin tehnologii laser avansate pentru o nouă generaţie de implanturi: studii experimentale şi modelare teoretică
    8. 247 EUREKA/10,10,2005-2009 Hydroxyapatite nanocomposite ceramics- new alternate materials and devices for osseous implants
    9. MNT-07 - 012/08, Advanced nanocomposites based on hydroxyapatite for applications in medicine 
    10. ECO-NET -“Dépôts de phosphates de calcium silicatés à usage de biomatériaux” 2008-2009
    11. NATO CLG 982793: “Nanocrystalline and amorphous thin films for sensor applications”; partners:Institute of Nanonostructures Technology and Analytics, University of Kassel, Germany, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Thin Films Technology Laboratory, Department of Physics, Sofia Bulgaria
    12. DECHIR-CHAFILI-IB7320-111073/1: Deposition - Characterization - Irradiation of Chalcogenide Films for Lithography, 2005–2008; partners: Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland; A. F. IOFFE Physico-Technical Institute, Russia
    13. EUREKA (BIONANOCOMPOSIT E!3033) 37/2005: Hydroxyapatite nanocomposite ceramics – new implant material for bone substitute, 2005–2006; coordinator: University of Riga, Latvia
    14. NANOPHOS IST-2001-39112: Nanostructured Photonic Sensors, 2002–2005; 14 partners; coordinator: National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece
    15. PHOREMOST INFSO-IST-511616: Nanophotonics to realize molecular-scale technologies; coordinator: Laboratorio Europeo di spettroscopie non-lineari, Italy
    16. NATO PST.CLG 980464: Controlled thin film doping by two synchronized laser systems for nano-electronic applications, 2003–2004; coordinator: National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece
    17. NATO PST.CLG. 977325:Multiwavelength plasma investigationsfor applications in thin film deposition and processing,2002–2003; coordinator: National Hellenic ResearchFoundation, Athens, Greece
    18. FENIKS G5RD-CT-2001-00535: Ferromagnetic semiconductors and novel magnetic semiconductor heterostructures for improved knowledge on spintronics, 2001­–2005; 16 partners; coordinator: IMEC, Leuven, Belgium
    19. SIMI G5RD-CT-2000-00423: Surface Improvement of Metal Implants: New Preparation Methods and New Materials, 2000–2004; 10 partners; coordinator: Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France
    20. PHARE ContractRO9602-02-02-L024: Enhanced Free RunningLaser Device for Surface Cleaning, 2000; other partners: Foundation forResearch and Technology – Hellas, Institute of ElectronicStructure and Laser (FORTH-IESL)
    21. INCO-CopernicusIC15-CT98-0807: Inter-European pulsed laserdeposition network for novel materials (INPULSNET),1998–2000; 6 partners; coordinator: Foundation for Researchand Technology – Hellas, Institute of Electronic Structureand Laser (FORTH-IESL)
    22. International Atomic EnergyAgency Contract no. 6642/R2/RB:Spectroscopic and transport studies of plasmas near material walls;Plasma interaction with wall materials; Laser and plasma surfacestudies, 1992–1996

      Coordinatorof INFLPR participation in bilateral agreements:

    1. Ultrafastelectronic and structural dynamics in thin films of charge density wavecompounds, Romania- Slovenia Cooperation In Science and Technology 2008 - 2009  
    2. NanostructuredThinFilms Fabricated by AdvancedLaser Techniques with Applications in Nanoelectronics, Spintronics,Biology andMedicine, BilateralScientific and Technological Cooperation Between Cyprusand Romania
    3. Réalisation par techniques laser avancées de structures multicouches biomimétiques pour la régénération des tissues minéralisés Scientific Collaboration Brancusi Program, ICSI-CNRS, Mulhouse, France, 14775SL, 2007-2008 Scientific Collaboration Brancusi Program, ICSI-CNRS, Mulhouse, France, 14775SL, 2007-2008
    4. Mémoires tridimensionnelles a l’échelle nanométrique: stockage et lecture par des impulsions laser ultra-brèves, Scientific Collaboration Brancusi Program, LP3-CNRS, Marseille, France, 14813TE, 2007-2008
    5. New biomimetic calciumphosphate coatings for metallicimplants; theme 36, Program of scientific and technological cooperationbetween Italy and Romania, 2006-2008
    6. Pulsed laser deposition ofoxide thin films for gas sensingand optoelectronics applications, 2006–2008; partner:Institute of Electronics, Sofia, Bulgaria
    7. Laser interactions for newadvanced applications inmedicine, biology, and/or opto(nano)-electronics, 2006–2008;partner: Natural Sciences Center of General Physics Institute, RussianAcademy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
    8. Laser produced plasma:spectroscopic diagnostics andapplications in thin films deposition and characterizations, 2006-2008,Serbian Academy Of Sciences and arts and Physics Institute of Belgrade,Serbia.
    9. Micro- and nano-patternedsurfaces and magneticnanoparticles as a new generation in biomaterials, 2006–2007;partner: Institute of Solid State Physics, Bulgarian Academy ofSciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
    10. Thin films obtained bypulsed laser deposition and matrixassisted pulsed laser evaporation, 2005-2007; partner: Institute ofPhysics, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech Republic
    11. Thin films and structuresfor medical, chemical andbiological applications, 2005–2007; 2003–2005;partner: Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israeli Academy of Sciencesand Humanism, Israel
    12. Optical, magnetic andelectrical properties ofnanostructured layers obtained by PLD for new applications in sensing,waveguides, spintronics and advanced electrical measurements,2004–2007; partner: Institute of Solid State Physics,Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
    13. Bilateral Agreement,2003–2006, SOCRATES Program:for Higher Education (ERASMUS); partners: Institute of Physics andChemistry of Materials, Strasbourg, France; National Institute forApplied Sciences (NIAS), Strasbourg, France
    14. Artificial structures withmagnetic, optical and mechanicalproperties obtained by reactive pulsed laser deposition (RPLD), CNRSContract, 1998–2006; partners: Institute of Physics andChemistry of Materials, Strasbourg, France; National Institute forApplied Sciences (NIAS), Strasbourg, France
    15. Pulsed laser deposition ofoptical and magnetic thin films,2003-2005; partner: Institute of Electronics, Sofia, Bulgaria
    16. Laser deposition of thinoxide films for optoelectronicdevices, 2004; partner: Department of Physics, University of Lecce,Italy
    17. Material processing bypulsed laser ablation: plasmadiagnostics and theoretical modeling, 2002–2004; partner:Laboratory of Lasers, Plasmas and Photonics, Mediterranean University(Aix-Marseille II), Marseille, France
    18. Pulsed laser deposition ofthin films, 2002–2004;partner: Institute of Physics, Academy of Sciences of the CzechRepublic, Czech Republic
    19. Electrophysical and opticalproperties of CNx-Si, WCx-Si,AlNx-Si, SiCx-Si and BNx-Si heterostructures, 2001–2004;partner: Institute of Solid State Physics, Bulgarian Academy ofSciences, Sofia, Bulgaria
    20. Pulsed laser deposition ofthin oxide films,2000–2003; partner: Institute of Electronics, Sofia, Bulgaria
    21. Surface laser modificationof metal/ceramic thin filmsmaterials for microelectronics and sensor techniques,2000–2003; partner: J. Malinowski Central Laboratory ofPhotoprocesses, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, Bulgaria;
    22. Pulsed laser deposition andprocessing of thin films,2000–2002; partner: Department of Experimental Physics,University of Szeged, Hungary;
    23. Cooperation Project, 2000; partner: University of Orléans, France;
    24. Thin film and multilayersystems diagnostics andtechnology, 1999–2002; partner: Institute of Physics, SlovakAcademy of Sciences, Slovakia

        Management of national projects

        1. POC G 135/2016, Noi tehnologii avansate de acoperire a suprafetelor folosind fascicul laser de mare putere in vederea cresterii fiabilitatii si a performantelor materialelor - PRELAM
        2. Contracts under the National Program for Research, Development, and Innovation
        3. Contracts under the Center of Excellence Program
        4. ORIZONT 2000 National Program, 1990–2001
        5. Lasers and Applications National Contract, 1975–1990: various research themes on laser interactions