Not too much to say, I am Assistant Professor with University of Paris XI, at Orsay, some more info can be found on the other pages.
I can be reached at:
Université Paris Sud, Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie des Solides, Batiment 410, LPCES-ICMMO, 91405, Orsay
fax 01 69 15 47 97
email: nita.dragoe at lpces dot u-psud.fr
-2003, december 19, HDR, University of Paris XI, Orsay
-1996, December 2, - PhD in Materials Science, University of Paris XI, Orsay, France and in Physical Chemistry, University of Bucharest, Romania (scholarship of French Government, MAE-BGF).
Subject: "The structure and properties of the iodine intercalated superconductors of BiSrCaCuO type". Supervisors: Prof. Alex Revcolevschi (France) and Prof. E. Segal (Romania)
-1991- Licence in Inorganic Chemistry, MSc, University of Bucharest
Subject: "Coordination compounds with thermochromic properties". Supervisors : Prof. M. Andruh and Prof. E. Segal, University of Bucharest
-presently, Assistant Professor, University of Paris XI, Orsay
2000-2001, Lecturer, University of Tokyo, Department of Applied Chemistry
1997-2000, Postdoctoral Researcher in University of Tokyo, Department of Applied Chemistry, Japan Science and Technology CREST Researcher.
1998-2001, Lecturer, University of Bucharest, Department of Physical Chemistry
1994-1998, Assistant Professor, University of Bucharest, Department of Physical Chemistry
1991-1994, Research Assistant/Teaching Assistant, University of Bucharest
2001-, Crystallography, X ray diffraction, Inorganic Chemistry
1991-1997, Solid state chemistry, Chemical Kinetics (undergraduate students)
1994, 1995, Chemical reactions in heterogeneous systems (graduate students)
1995-1997, X-ray diffraction laboratory courses (graduate and undergraduate students)
1997, Non-isothermal chemical kinetics (graduate students)
-Materials synthesis: high temperature superconductors synthesis by ceramic methods, decomposition of precursors, single crystals synthesis (flux growth), synthesis of coordination compounds, organic chemistry syntheses (fullerene-based materials)
-Materials characterization: expertise in X-ray diffraction (powder, Buerger, Weissenberg, indexing, cell refinements, Rietveld analysis), transmission electron microscopy (ED, EDX), thermal analysis (TG, DTA, DSC, CRTA), low temperature transport properties measurements, physical-organic chemistry spectroscopic techniques (IR, UV-VIS, LDI TOF MS, NMR, HPLC, GPC and coupling techniques TG-MS, TG-IR...)