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Prof. Oleg Lupan

Technical University of Moldova, Republic of Moldova

Prof. Oleg Lupan graduated from the Technical University of Moldova (TUM) in 1993. He received his Ph. D. degree from the Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova (ASM) in 2005. He then held post-doctoral research positions at the CNRS, Paris, France and at the University of Central Florida, USA. Prof. Lupan received his habilitation, a degree of Doctor Habilitat, from the Institute of Electronic Engineering and Nanotechnologies, ASM in 2011 and then became a Professor in Solid State Electronics, Microelectronics, and Nanoelectronics at the TUM. He received an AvH Humboldt Fellow for experienced researchers at Kiel University, CAU, Germany, period 2013−2015. His post-habilitation activities were performed at the University of Paris-PSL-IRCP-ENSCP-CNRS, Paris, France, and the Kiel University, CAU, Germany. In 2019, he was elected Honorary Member of the Technical Sciences Academy of Romania. He is head of the Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering, TUM. Prof. Lupan has made original and innovative contributions to the designing, fabrication, characterization and understanding of performances of semiconducting oxide films-based sensors and individual nanowire nanosensors. His current research interests include sensors, nanosensors, optoelectronic devices, LEDs, semiconducting oxides, nanotechnologies, and nanodevices. He published more than 200 scientific articles. h-index: 63 according to Google Scholar.