Prof Vojislav Krstić
Email: vojislav.krstic AT tcd.ie
The research interests of Prof. Krstić’s group are focused on transport and optoelectronic phenomena in low-dimensional nano-sized and nano-structured materials. This includes the experimental investigation of charge- and spin-transport and optoelectronic effects by transport and associated optical measurements in magnetic fields also down to low temperatures.
His current research fields are the experimental investigation of contact-interface and charge-injection effects in 1D confined semiconductors (Ge, Si, InAs nanowires), scattering phenomena and magnetoelectric coupling in 2D superlattice graphene, and optical activity and magnetochiral effects in metal nanohelices.
Prof. Vojislav Krstić received his diploma in physics from the Ruprecht-Karls-University in Heidelberg in 1998. Afterwards he carried out his PhD thesis at the Max-Planck-Institute for Solid-State-Research in Stuttgart and obtained his PhD degree in 2002 from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. From 2002 to 2005 he held a post-doctoral position at the High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Grenoble and also conducted several projects at the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility. In 2003 Prof. Krstić became Chargé de Recherche of the Centre National de la Recherche (CNRS) in France and moved to the National Pulsed Magnetic Field Laboratory in Toulouse. In mid 2007 he joined CRANN as a Principal Investigator and holds an Assistant Professor position in the School of Physics.
Prof. Vojislav Krstić was awarded the prestigious Stokes Lectureship Award by Science Foundation Ireland at the end of 2007.