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Curriculum Vitae

Dr.-Ing. Martin Mikulics

Research/Work experience:

since Oct. 2019Staff scientist at the Ernst Ruska-Centre (ER-C2), director Prof. Joachim Mayer, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH) in the group of Dr. Hilde Hardtdegen “Applied Nanomaterials”
2007-2019Post-doctoral position and staff scientist at the Institute of Bio- and Nanosystems (IBN-1) and Peter Grünberg Institute (PGI-9), director Prof. Detlev Grützmacher, FZJ Jülich in the groups of Prof. Michel Marso, Dr. Hilde Hardtdegen and Prof. Thomas Schäpers.
2005-2006Post-doctoral position at the Institute of High Frequency Technology, director Prof. Martin Koch, Technical University Carolo-Wilhelmina at Braunschweig, THz Systems Group.
2004-2005Post-doctoral position (scholarship) at the Max-Planck Institute for Radioastronomy Bonn, director Prof. Rolf Güsten and at the Institute of Thin Films and Interfaces, ISG-1, director Prof. Hans Lüth, FZJ Jülich in the framework of “Sources of THz Radiation based on LT GaAs Photomixer Technology”.
April-June 2003Visiting scientist at the Laboratory for Laser Energetics, director Prof. Roman Sobolewski, University of Rochester, Rochester USA.
June-Oct. 2000Visiting scientist at the Ion Beam Laboratory, Prof. Peter Kováč, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava.

 Education

Juli 2004PhD defense at the Fakultät für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnik der Rheinisch-Westfälischen Technischen Hochschule Aachen, PhD thesis: “Preparation and Optimization of Low-Temperature-Grown GaAs Photomixers“.
2000-2003Doctoral researcher at the Institute of Thin Films and Interfaces, ISG1, director Prof. Hans Lüth (supervisor), Research Centre Jülich, advisor Prof. Peter Kordoš, and at the Max-Planck Institute for Radioastronomy (scholarship), Bonn, Germany, director Prof. Rolf Güsten.
1999-2000Diploma in Electrical Engineering, thesis: “Preparation and properties of GaAs photodetectors” at the Institute of Thin Films and Ion Techniques, ISI, director Prof. Hans Lüth, Research Centre Jülich, advisor Prof. Peter Kordoš.
1994-2000Bachelor and Master studies at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Slovak Republic, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, State Exam in Nuclear Electronics and Techniques (1997), Degree in Material Science (grade A) with distinction and Rector Award (June 2000).

Patents/granted

Photodetector and process for its manufacture

M. Mikulics, M. Marso, P. Kordos

DEU patent: DE112004001156B4 (2009)

High frequency conductor having improved conductivity

M. Mikulics, H. Hardtdegen, D. Grützmacher

U.S. patent: US9735247B2 (2017)

E.P. patent: EP2987179B1 (2017)

JP : JP6244450B2 (2017)

CN: CN105493246B (2018)

Method for optical transmission of a structure into a recording medium

M. Mikulics and H. Hardtdegen

US patent: US9798237B2 (2017)

EP patent: EP2885677B1 (2016)

JP patent: JP6177912B2 (2017)

CN patent: JP6177912B2 (2017)

Single-photon source suitable for mass production and production method

M. Mikulics and H. Hardtdegen

US patent: US10074771B2 (2018)

EP-patent: EP2936628B1 (2017)

JP patent: JP6244371B2 (2017)

CN patent: CN105379033B (2018)

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