Aurèle Adam

Research Interest: Terahertz, Near-field, Metamaterials, Scattering for illuminiation

Academic Background:
Aurèle Adam, graduated from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (Supélec-Paris) in 2000. He joined the research team of Alain Kreisler at the Laboratoire de Genie Electrique de Paris (University Paris VI – CNRS) and the group microelectronic of Erik Kollberg in the Chalmers University of Technology (sweden) for a coupled Ph.D. thesis. The subject was Hot Electron Bolometers for Far Infrared detection using Low or High Temperature Superconductors.

In 2003, after his graduation, he went to Netherlands to become a member of the European Research and Training Network INTERACTION in the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience at the Delft University of Technology. He worked on developing a novel room temperature array detector for TeraHertz (THz) radiation. He also performed many experiments for the characterization of THz Quantum Cascade Laser in collaboration with the group of Qing Hu, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was then involved in the European project “TeraNova”, which was exploiting the radiation between microwaves and far infra-red, driving forward fundamental research and applications in this area.

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Management Assistant

Lidija Nikolic