Mihai - Adrian Sopronyi

Affiliation and official address:

“Laser-Surface-Plasma Interactions” Laboratory, Lasers Department,

National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics,

Institute of Atomic Physics,

P.O. Box MG-36 RO-77125

Magurele, Bucharest, Romania

 

 mihai.sopronyi@inflpr.ro

http://lspi.inflpr.ro/ 

 

Date and place of birth: 30.04.1988, Drobeta-Turnu Severin, Mehedinti, Romania
 
Nationality: Romanian 

Education:

2014-present PhD 
            University Of Bucharest – Physics Faculty  -  Solid State Physics
            Thesis: “Rapid prototyping of biomaterials with laser”   Supervisor : Prof. Dr. Ion N. Mihailescu

2011 –2013  Master Degree
            University Politehnica of Bucharest -  Management and Engineering of Technological Systems  -  Nanostructures and Unconventional Processes Engineering
            Thesis : „ Research and development of biocompatible thin films equipment”   Supervisor Conf. LĂCĂTUŞ Elena and Conf. IONESCU Nicolae

2007-2011 Bachelor Degree
            University  Politehnica of Bucharest-  Management and Engineering of Technological Systems - Nanostructures and Unconventional Processes Engineering
            Thesis : „ Design of the technological process and unconventional equipment for the manufacturing of an product, also the study for optimizing de deposition system of hydroxyapatite nanopowders” Supervisor Conf. LĂCĂTUŞ Elena

 Foreign languages:  

English, 

Organisational / managerial skills / Technical skills and competences    

Computer skills        

Other forms of education and training       

 Career/Employment:

2016-present

Position Scientific research

Employer National Institute of Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics – Măgurele; Laser, Surface, Plasma interaction Laboratory; Romania

Main Activity Research and development in the field of obtaining thin films, under the influence of laser (MAPLE and PLD), Modelling of CAD/CAM chambers for Pulsed Lased Deposition and Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation

Business or sector: Research/ Physics

Responsibilities:

1.         Obtaining thin films through different deposition methods:

a.         PLD (pulsed laser deposition): research about the method and the inorganic materials used, preparing the installation for the deposition, running the deposition itself, analysing the obtained thin films through UV-VIS and FTIR

b.         MAPLE (Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Deposition): deposition method derived from PLD, with application towards specific to organic and biocompatible materials

c.         LIFT (Laser induced forward transfer): the same as the previous

2.         Design of reaction chambers in Solidworks used for:

            a          MAPLE : the chamber is unique because of its specific target system that is positioned horizontally, and capable of performing combinatorial MAPLE deposition

            b          Gas sensing : it uses a 4 point probe that determines the electrical conductivity of various thin films in the presence of different mixtures of gases

c          LIBS ( laser induced breakdown spectroscopy) : used for plasma analysing

2011-2016

Position Scientific research assistant

Employer National Institute of Laser, Plasma and Radiation Physics – Măgurele; Laser, Surface, Plasma interaction Laboratory; Romania

Main Activity Research and development in the field of obtaining thin films, under the influence of laser (MAPLE and PLD), Modelling of CAD/CAM chambers for Pulsed Lased Deposition and Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation

Business or sector: Research/ Physics

Responsibilities:

1.         Obtaining thin films through different deposition methods:

a.         PLD (pulsed laser deposition) : research about the method and the inorganic materials used, preparing the installation for the deposition , running the deposition itself, analysing the obtained thin films through UV-VIS and FTIR

b.         MAPLE (Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Deposition): the same as PLD deposition method derived from PLD, with application towards specific to organic and biocompatible materials

c.        LIFT (Laser induced forward transfer): the same as the previous

 

2.         Design of reaction chambers in Solidworks used for:

            a          MAPLE : the chamber is unique because of its specific target system that is positioned horizontally, and capable of performing combinatorial MAPLE deposition

            b          Gas sensing : it uses a 4 point probe that determines the electrical conductivity of various thin films in the presence of different mixtures of gases

c          LIBS ( laser induced breakdown spectroscopy) : used for plasma analysing

Publications

2016

2015

2014

Conferences   -          

 

2016

Poster Presentation

2015

Poster Presentation

2014

Poster presentation

2013

Poster presentation