2nd Edition of World Nanotechnology Conference

April 27-29, 2020 | Baltimore, USA

Crowne Plaza Hotel Baltimore Dowtown –
Inner Harbor, 105 W Fayette Street
Baltimore, MD 21201 USA
Phone : 1 (702) 988 2320
Toll Free: 1800–883-8082
Whatsapp: +1 (540) 709-1879
Email: worldnano@magnus-group.org
April 27-29, 2020 | Baltimore, USA

Doina Elena Gavrila

Keynote Speaker for World Nanotechnology Conferences 2020
Doina Elena Gavrila
Universities Of Bucharest,Romania

Biography:

Doina Elena Gavrila is Emeritus Professor, physicist, researcher at the Physics Department of the University “Politehnica” of Bucharest. She holds Bachelor of Science with honors, Aurel Vlaicu College, Bucharest, 1959. She holds degrees in Physics (1965) from the University of Bucharest.  PhD in Macromolecular Physics, Doctor of Philosophy, University Bucharest, (1975) with the thesis “Influence of nuclear radiation on the characteristics of some polymeric substances”. Teaching courses of General Physics at license and master level (Physical Fundamentals of Magnetism, Micro and nanostructures in Electrical Engineering, Physics of Advanced Materials). Author and co-author of more than 150 scientific papers, of 15 monographs and  teaching courses, and more than 20 technical reports; about 20 invited articles and invited lessons. Chairman, member of the organizing committee and evaluator at 18 international and national conferences. Awards at national and international conferences. Participant at 6 guides of laboratory of Physics and applications in Physics. 14 graduate students: 6 students sustained doctoral thesis, 2 students prepare doctoral thesis. Director of 10 national research projects and participant at more than 30 projects.


Director of MATELIZ Excellence Center. Head of the Laboratory “Physics of advanced Materials”, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Physics Department. Member Professional Commission Universities of Bucharest 1985-1989, Member Acad. New-York(1996), Member IEEE (2011-2013), Member European Society of Physics and Member of Romanian Society of Physics.

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