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Henrikh Baghramyan

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Post Doc

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Computational Nanoplasmonics


CBN@UniLe Lecce


Via Eugenio Barsanti, 14, 73100 Arnesano LE
+39 0832 1816 219
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2008: Graduated in Physics (Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia); 2010: Master degree in Physics (Yerevan State University, Yerevan, Armenia); 2013: Ph.D. degree in Semiconductor physics; 2015-2017: Post-doctoral researcher as a principal investigator of FONDECYT project 3150109); 2018: Part-time lecturer of general physics (Armenian State Pedagogical University named after Khachatur Abovian foundation); 2018-now Post-doctoral researcher in computational nanoplasmonics in the group of Cristian Ciracì.


Low-dimensional physics Computational Nanoplasmonics


February 2015 – November 2017: Principal investigator in CONICYT-FONDECYT postdoctoral grant N. 3150109, project - “Intense laser field and hydrostatic pressure effects on molecular properties of quantum ring and ring-shaped quantum dot molecules”

December 2014 – January 2015: Co-investigator in Armenian State Committee of Science Young Researchers Activities Support Program – 2013 Grant (No. 13YR-1C0012); project - “The combined influence of terahertz laser, homogeneous electric and magnetic fields on linear and nonlinear optical properties of semiconductor nanorings and nanocups”

October 2013 – September 2014: Co-investigator in National Foundation of Science and Advanced Technologies and Young Scientists Support Program GRANT (No. YSSP-13-03), project - “Effects of intense laser field and hydrostatic pressure on impurity states, linear and nonlinear optical properties in semiconductor quantum rings”


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