Daniela Dragoman

Daniela Dragoman received the M.Sc. degree in Semiconductor Physics from the Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest, Romania, in 1989, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Limerick, Ireland, in 1993, where she studied light propagation in fiber couplers. Between 1998–1999 and 2001–2002 she was the recipient of the Humboldt Fellowship award and has followed postdoctoral studies at the University of Mannheim, Germany. She is presently Professor with the Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest.

Besides teaching activities in Solid State Physics and Nonlinear Optics at the undergraduate and graduate level, her main research interests are in the areas of nanoscience and optics, with particular emphasis on phase space characterization of classical and quantum systems, modeling of electrical transport in ballistic nanostructures, physics and applications of low-dimensional nanostructures, and nanophotonics/ plasmonics.

Recent publications relevant to the present project:

  1. S. Iftimie, A. Radu, D. Dragoman – Reconfigurable logic gates in nanowires with Rashba spin-orbit interaction, Physica E 120, 114064, 2020
  2. D. Mladenovic, T. Sandu, D. Dragoman – Electrical rectification in asymmetric graphene nanoribbons with pores, Physica E 124, 114240, 2020
  3. A. Radu, S. Iftimie, D. Dragoman – Ballistic 3-port interferometric logic gates in the quantum Hall regime, Physica E 109, 144-151, 2019
  4. D. Dragoman, E. Vladescu – Ring-shaped plasmonic logic gates, Plasmonics 14, 71-78, 2019
  5. D. Dragoman – Tunable fractional Fourier transform implementation of electronic wave functions in atomically thin materials, Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 9, 1828-1833, 2018
  6. M. Dragoman, A. Dinescu, D. Dragoman – Wafer-scale fabrication and room-temperature experiments on graphene-based gates for quantum computation, IEEE Trans. Nanotechnology 17, 362-367, 2018
  7. D. Dragoman, C. Breazu – Fault-tolerant bandstructure of two-dimensional square photonic crystals with different dielectric rod shapes, Photonics and Nanostructures 24, 12-17, 2017
  8. D. Dragoman, R. Tudor – Characterization of optical fields with orbital angular momentum by invariants of higher-order moments of radial coordinates, J. Mod. Opt. 64, 2328-2335, 2017