MANAGEMENT
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The National Institute for R&D in Microtechnologies - IMT Bucharest is an autonomous organization of public interest, currently coordinated by the Romanian Ministry of Education and Research, acting as a non-profit research company.

IMT Bucharest management:

     

CEO and President of the Board

Dr. Miron Adrian Dinescu (short CV)
E-mail: adrian.dinescu@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 13)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72

 

Scientific Director

Dr. Raluca Müller (short CV)
E-mail: raluca.muller@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 27)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72 / 76

     

Technical Director

Dr. Dan Vasilache (short CV)
E-mail: dan.vasilache@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 13)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72
 

Economic Director

Ec. Constantina Simon (short CV)
E-mail: constantina.simon@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 21)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72 / 76

     

Director of CENASIC

Dr. Mircea Dragoman (short CV)
E-mail: mircea.dragoman@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 34)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72 / 76

 

Director of CNT

Dr. Radu Cristian Popa (short CV)
E-mail: radu.popa@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 19)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72 / 76
     

Director of MIMOMEMS

Dr. Alexandru Müller (short CV)
E-mail: alexandru.muller@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 34)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72 / 76

 

Director of CINTECH

Dr. Carmen Aura Moldovan (short CV)
E-mail: carmen.moldovan@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 31)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72 / 76

 

President of Scientific Council

Dr. Mircea Dragoman (short CV)
E-mail: mircea.dragoman@imt.ro
Phone: +40-21-269.07.78 (ext 34)
Fax: +40-21-269.07.72 / 76

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Administration Council

  1. Dr. Miron Adrian DINESCU, President, General Director IMT Bucharest
  2. Mircea Dragoman, Member, President of Scientific Council of IMT Bucharest
  3. Cosmin Bogdan PATER, Member, representative of  the Ministry of Education and Research
  4. Letitia Clara PAVELESCU, Member, representative of  the Ministry of Education and Research
  5. Gabriela- Ioan CIOBANU, Member, representative of  the Ministry of Public Finance
  6. *), representative of the Ministry of Labour and Social Protection
  7. Vlad POSEA, Member, Specialist, University "Politehnica" Bucharest

 

 

Consiliul de administrație (16.12.2020)

  1. Dr. Miron Adrian DINESCU, Președinte, Director General al IMT Bucureşti
  2. Mircea Dragoman, Membru, Președintele Consiliului Științific al IMT Bucuresti
  3. Cosmin Bogdan PATER, Membru, reprezentant al Ministerului Educatiei si Cercetarii
  4. Letitia Clara PAVELESCU, Membru, reprezentant al Ministerului Educatiei si Cercetarii
  5. Gabriela- Ioan CIOBANU, Membru, reprezentant al Ministerului Finanțelor Publice
  6. *), reprezentant al Ministerului Muncii si Protecției Sociale
  7. Vlad POSEA, Membru, Specialist, Conf. Univ. Universitatea "Politehnica" Bucuresti

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Scientific Council

Mircea Dragoman, President of Scientific Council of IMT Bucharest

Members:
2. Dr. Alexandru Müller
3. Dr. Miron Adrian Dinescu
4. Dr. Raluca Müller
5. Dr. Carmen Aura Moldovan

 

Consiliul Stiintific

Mircea Dragoman, Președinte


Membri:
2. Dr. Alexandru Müller
3. Dr. Miron Adrian Dinescu
4. Dr. Raluca Müller
5. Dr. Carmen Aura Moldovan

 

     

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Organizational structure

   

CEO and President of the Board

Dr. Adrian Dinescu obtained the M.Sc. degree (1993) and the PhD degree (2010), from Faculty of  Physics, University of Bucharest. Between 1993 and 1997, Adrian Dinescu was with the National Institute for Research in Electronic Components, working in the field of optoelectronic devices: fabrication and measurements.
Since 1997 Dr, Dinescu is with IMT-Bucharest, where he is currently involved in micro and nano fabrication. His expertise includes: e-beam lithography, thin film deposition by e-beam evaporation, field emission scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive spectroscopy. From 2012 to 2017 Dr. Dinescu acted as Technical Director and from 2017 he is the general manager of IMT.

Dr. Adrian Dinescu coordinated 10 national research projects, one H2020 project and was the coordinator from the Romanian part of the FP-7 project. He co-authored about 75 papers in refereed international journals.

 

   

Scientific Director

Raluca Müller received the M.Sc (1978) in Electronics and Telecommunications from “Politehnica” Univ. of Bucharest and PhD in Electronics and Telecommunications, from the same university.
Between 1978 and 1994, she was Research Scientist with ICCE-Research Institute for Electronic Components, Romania; since 1994 she is with IMT-Bucharest.  R. Müller is Scientific Director starting
with 2009.

She acts as general director of IMT between July 2011-January 2017. Her main interests include design and technological processes for micro-nanoelectronic devices, integrated optics, MEMS microsensors and microsystems. She was involved in many national projects, (including the coordination of a structural funding project related to collaboration to industrial partners in the field of ICT and security) and as scientist in charge or partner in 5 FP6, 1 FP7, 1 H2020 and 3 M.ERANET projects.  Raluca Müller is referee for international journals and member of the Technical Program Committee of 3 International Conference as (International Semiconductor Conf.) 2002-2020, TPC member of DTIP (Design, Test, Integration & Packaging of MEMS and MOEMS), 2015-2020, ESSDERC 2013-2019. She is author/co-author of more than 150 scientific papers (journal and
conference papers).

Technical Director

Dr. Dan Vasilache obtained the Licence degree (1995) in Atomic Physics from University of Bucharest and the PhD degree (2011) in electronics from Politehnica Univ., Bucharest. He was with the National Institute for Research in Electronic Components starting from 1995, working in the field of RF MEMS. Since 1997 he is with IMT-Bucharest where he is currently involved in MEMS and NEMS design and manufacturing, and between 2010 and 2012 he was with FBK-irst Trento, Italy.

Dr. Dan Vasilache coordinated 5 research projects and he was part of the team in more than 40 national research projects and more than 10 international projects. He co-authored more the 150 papers, about 25 in refereed international journals.

Economic Director

Constantina SIMON is an expert accountant, graduate of the Faculty of Economic Sciences –  Licence degree (2002) in Finance and banking. She is member of CECCAR since 2008. C. Simon  has 20 years experience in the position of Economic Director, 12 of them in  research field. She  has  a high expertise in financial-accounting activity, having as responsibilities: organising, coordinating, financial and accountable analyses, income and spending budget, balance sheet, financial balance, cash flow, financial management, etc.;

Director of CENASIC, President of Scientific Council

Mircea Dragoman was born in Bucharest in 1955. He graduated the “Politehnica” University of Bucharest, Electronic Faculty, in 1980. He received the doctoral degree in electronics in 1991.     Mircea Dragoman is a senior researcher I at the IMT-Bucharest, he is working in the laboratory “Microsystems and micromachined circuits for microwaves- (RF MEMS)” where he designed and characterized a series of circuits in the microwave and millimeter

range. He has published 159 scientific papers: 86 in journals (76 ISI papers) si 73 communications at various national and international conferences. The papers are dedicated to the following areas: nanoelectronics, microwaves, MEMS, optoelectronics. He is co-author of several books.

Director of CNT

Radu Cristian Popa received a MSc in Electrical Engineering (Applied Electronics) from the Polytechnic University of Bucharest (1989), and a PhD in Quantum Engineering and Systems Science at University of Tokyo (1998).

He was assistant professor in Electrical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Bucharest (1991-1995), and senior researcher at the Science Solutions lntn. Lab., Inc., Tokyo (1998-2003), where he managed industrial research projects with leading Japanese companies and institutions, mainly in numerical modeling and analysis of complex phenomena and devices.

2003-2006, he was scientific associate at the University of Tuebingen, Germany and then became Development Director at Neurostar, GmbH, Germany, designing and developing hardware and software solutions for functional neurosurgery and neuroscience systems for brain microelectrode exploration and electrophysiological recording, and medical imaging. Radu Popa joined IMT Bucharest in 2007. Main scientific activities include theoretical and experimental studies of micro-nano materials and structures, experiment planning

Director of MIMOMEMS

Dr. Alexandru Müller is  PhD in Physics at Bucharest University in 1990. Habilitation obtained in 2017.   His competences includes Silicon, GaAs and GaN microwave devices, micromachining technologies for microwave devices and circuits. His current research activities are focused on SAW devices manufactured on wide band semiconductors and sensors for various physical parameters (temperature, pressure, magnetic field) based on these SAW devices.  Dr. Muller is also involved in cryogenic temperature characterization of semiconductor devices including qubit transistors for future applications in quantum computing.

He was the coordinator of two EU projects: FP4 "MEMSWAVE" and FP7 REGPOT ”MIMOMEMS”.  He was the IMT team leader of 1 FP6, 2 FP7 projects, supervisor  of a H2020 Marie Sklodowska Curie project and  the IMT team leader  for two H2020 Future Emerging Technologies (FET) projects, both in the fascinating topic of quantum computing technologies (CHIRON 2018-2021, the first FET project with Romanian participation  and i-Qbits). Dr. Muller has authored and co-authored more than 150 scientific papers  published in journals and  presented at conferences,  as IEEE Electron Device Letters, IEEE Sensors, Sensor and Actuators,   MTT- IMS, Transducers, etc.


Director of CINTECH

Dr. Carmen Moldovan graduated on Electronics and Telecommunications and she owns a PhD in Microsensors.Her current research activity is focused on development of chemosensors and biosensors, micro-nanoelectrodes, ISFETs, nanowire transistors, MEMS, NEMS, BioMEMS, microfluidic platforms, readout design, signal processing, data acquisition for microsensor arrays and energy harvester for selfautonomous systems and Platforms and systems

(e.g. Platform for pesticides detection; Portable device for early detection of acute myocardial infraction; Optical Platform for detection and monitoring of metabolic syndrome) Dr. Carmen Moldovan is / was a partner or coordinator of 15 EU Projects (FP6, FP7, ERA-NET) and 20 National Projects. She is currently coordinating two ERA-NET and three National projects. Her scientific activity was published in more than 120 papers in journals, books and Proceedings.

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