Dr. Marian Gabriel BANCIU, Scientific researcher rank I (since 2009), born in 1962, graduated the Faculty of Physics – Section Technological Physics of the University of Bucharest (1986), has a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (2003) and a PhD degree in Solid State Physics from University of Bucharest (2003). Work experience: Institute of Nuclear Energetic Reactors (1986-1989), National Institute of Materials Physics (NIMP) (1989 – to date), work stages at Technische Universiteit Eindhoven – Netherlands (Jan. – Sept. 1993), University of New South Wales, Sydney – Australia (1997 – 2002), Research Center for Development of Far-Infrared Region, University of Fukui – Japan (2017, 2019). Main areas of expertise: microwave materials and devices, cross-coupled filters, antenna arrays, electromagnetic design, THz – TDS. Publications 110 ISI ranked publications, cited 535 times without self citations, h-index 15, 6 invited papers to international conferences. Awards: 3 best paper awards to CAS IEEE Conference, Diploma of Excellence and Gold medal at PRO INVENT 2013 Cluj-Napoca for “Antenna with BNT resonator for 1800 MHz frequency band” Memberships IEEE Member (societies Antenna and Propagation, Microwave Theory and Techniques), European Microwave Association, Other mentions: Chairman of a TELSIKS session, referee of 5 PhD thesis (3 UNSW, 1 Univ. of Bucharest, 1 Univ. POLITEHNICA of Bucharest). Patents: 1 patent granted by OSIM (RO 131868 B1) and 3 patent requests (RO131974-A0, OSIM A00434 and OSIM A00427). Coordinated projects: 10 national projects, 5 of which as Principal Investigator. Professional profile web-links: BrainMap: https://www.brainmap.ro/marian-gabriel-banciu, ORCID ID: 0000-0003-2788-9877, ResearcherID: C-1371-2011.
3. BST thin film capacitors integrated within a frequency tunable antenna
5. Electro-Optic Sampling of Terahertz Pulses Using BaTiO3 in Non-Collinear Cherenkov Phase-Matching Scheme
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