Moldova State University, MaldovaPh.D. Theoretical and Mathematical Physics
Denis L. Nika is a Chair of Iu. Perlin Department of Theoretical Physics and a Head of E. Pokatilov Laboratory of Physics and Engineering of Nanostructures at the Moldova State University, Republic of Moldova. He received his PhD (2006) degree in Theoretical Physics from the same university. As a Visiting Researcher he worked at the University of Antwerp, Belgium; Institute for Integrative Nanosciences, Dresden, Germany; and Nano-Device Laboratory, University of California – Riverside, USA. His research interests are in physics of nanostructures, focusing on phonon and thermal transport in graphene; multi-band theory of electrons and holes; exciton and impurity states. He was awarded twice the honorary title of The Best Young Scientist of the Republic of Moldova. He has over 80 technical journal publications, 6 reviews and 4 book chapters.