Dr.Anita Ioana Visan (Researcher ID: I-7288-2016; ORCID 0000-0003-0539-4160;BrainMapID: U-1700-039K-2913) is a Scientific Researcher III-rd Degree to Laser-Surface-Plasma Interactions (LSPI) Laboratory, Lasers Department; at National Institute for Lasers, Plasma and Radiation Physics (INFLPR) – Magurele. She has 14 years’ experience and expertise in:
• Nano powders synthesis and characterization;
• Thin coatings synthesis by: Pulsed Laser Deposition, Matrix Assisted Pulsed Laser Evaporation, Combinatorial-MAPLE of calcium phosphates, biopolymers, flavonoids, antibiotics, antimicrobial peptides, essential oils.
• Thin films characterization methods: UV-Vis, FTIR, XRD, SEM, AFM, fluorescence microscopy, electrochemical, wettability, magnetic induction, biodegradation and antimicrobial tests.
Her current research interest is related to:
• Heat transfer at micro/nano-scale from computation to experiment including, thermophysical properties measurement of nanostructured materials for different applications from thermoelectric to medical ones.
She received during these years different honours and awards as:L'Oréal National Scholarship - UNESCO For Women in Science 2020; Category: "Life Sciences”;Best Oral Presentation: A. Visan et al., 5th International Student Conference on Photonics (ISCP’14), September 23-26, 2014, Orastie, Romania.;Best Oral Presentation: A. Visan et al., INERA Workshop, September 4-6, 2014, Varna, Bulgaria and Best Poster Award: A. Visan et al., EMRS 2014 Spring Meeting, Symposium J: Laser interaction with advanced materials: fundamentals and applications, May 26-30, 2014, Lille, France.
Dr. Anita Ioana Visan” scientometric indicators could be resumed as: 23 ISI indexed articles (8 as main author), 1 book chapter; receiving until moment a total number of citations: 442 (399 without self-citations), Hirsh index: 13 - according to Web of Science, as well 4 Special Issues as Guest Editor; Project Director of a PN III - Exploratory Research Project (242 575 euro) and key person role in another 9 national research projects and 2 international research grants.