Eng. Vasilica TOMA


Laboratory of Complex Heterostructures and Multifunctional Materials



Vasilica Toma, Engineer, born in 1964, graduated the Faculty of Inorganic Chemistry Tehnology (UPB) – Section “Inorganic Chemistry” at University Politehnica of Bucharest (UPB) (1992), Work experience: National Institute of Materials Physics (NIMP) (1986 – to date). Main areas of interest/expertise: ceramic materials preparation by solid state technology; depositions of metallic contacts on bulk ceramic materials; fabrication of perovskite solar cells – preparation of perovskite solutions with different anion and cation ratio; fabrication of sensors for methane detection based on Al2O3. Publications: co-authored 4 articles published in Web of Science® (WoS); Hirsch index (WoS): 1; Patents: 12 OSIM awarded patents. Professional profile web-links: Brainmap:


1. Partial Replacement of Dimethylformamide with Less Toxic Solvents in the Fabrication Process of Mixed-Halide Perovskite Films
Authors: Stancu, V; Tomulescu, AG; Leonat, LN; Balescu, LM; Galca, AC; Toma, V; Besleaga, C; Derbali, S; Pintilie, I

Published: FEB 2023, COATINGS, 13, 378, DOI: 10.3390/coatings13020378

2. Effect of chlorine and bromine on the perovskite crystal growth in mesoscopic heterojunction photovoltaic device
Authors: Mehdi, H; Leonat, LN; Stancu, V; Saidi, H; Enculescu, M; Tomulescu, AG; Toma, V; Pintilie, I; Bouazizi, A; Galca, AC

Published: JUN 1 2022, MATERIALS SCIENCE IN SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING, 143, 106558, DOI: 10.1016/j.mssp.2022.106558

3. Comparison between lead free BaTio(3)/PDMS and doped- PZT/PDMS composite on ferroelectric characteristics
Authors: Amarande, L; Stancu, V; Botea, M; Toma, V; Ciobanu, R; Pintilie, L


4. Hard/soft effects of multivalence co-dopants in correlation with their location in PZT ceramics
Authors: Amarande, L; Cioangher, MC; Toma, V; Miclea, CF; Stefan, M; Pasuk, I; Iuga, AR; Negrila, C; Matei, E; Palici, AM; Joita, AC

Published: DEC 1 2021, CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, 47, 33389, DOI: 10.1016/j.ceramint.2021.08.243

5. Enhancing stability of hybrid perovskite solar cells by imidazolium incorporation
Authors: Tomulescu, AG; Leonat, LN; Neatu, F; Stancu, V; Toma, V; Derbali, S; Neatu, S; Rostas, AM; Besleaga, C; Patru, R; Pintilie, I; Florea, M

Published: AUG 1 2021, SOLAR ENERGY MATERIALS AND SOLAR CELLS, 227, DOI: 10.1016/j.solmat.2021.111096

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