Miron Adrian Dinescu

Dr. Miron Adrian Dinescu obtained the MSc and PhD degrees in solid state physics both from Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest. Between 1993 and 1997, he was with the National Institute for Electronic Components Research, working in optoelectronics – mainly in the field of high efficiency silicon solar cells and photodetectors.  Since 1997 he is with the National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies –IMT Bucharest, currently being General Director  and President of the Board. Adrian Dinescu was the head of Nanoscale Structuring and Characterization Laboratory for seventeen years and Technical Manager of IMT for five years. He is involved in the micro and nanoscale characterization using FE-SEM and in structuring at the nanoscale using Electron Beam Lithography. His expertise also includes: micro and nanofabrication and optoelectronic measurements.  Dr. Dinescu coordinated fifteen national and two European research projects. He has co-authored more than 100 papers in refereed international journals, in 2016 being awarded with Gheorghe Cartianu prize of the Romanian Academy.