Laurentiu Rusen graduated in Physics in 2001, at
the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Physics. As young trainee researcher he started the
scientific activity in Solid State Laser Laboratory from the Laser Department / National Institute for Lasers, Radiation
and Plasma Physics - NILPRP, Magurele- ILFOV. The research
activity was mainly directed to the physics of Solid-State Laser and
their applications in nonlinear optics.
In 2008 he received the Master Degree in Physics at Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest.
From 2008 he was a Ph.D. Student in Optics, Spectroscopy, Plasma and Laserd Branch, Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest.
In September 2014 he received a Ph.D. Diploma in Optics, Spectroscopy, Plasma and Laser Branch, Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest.
In present at NILPRP, the scientific activity is focused on micro and nanomachining using ultrafast laser pulses. He is also involved in different aplications using femtosecond and nanosecond lasers.
In the last years, he was involved in two research projects:
1. Research on correlations between the working surfaces physical characteristics of optical components and their high-power laser-induced
damage threshold - LIDOPTICS 266/2014
2. Multiscale bone-like intelligent interfaces engineering using laser methods for mesenchymal stem cells enhanced osteoinduction - TE 24/2015