Mihail Nedjalkov

Affiliation and Official Address

Associate Professor
Institute of Information and Communication Technologies - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Acad. G.Bontchev str, Bl 25A, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
Phone: +359 2 979 2434 Cell: +359 887 202 611 / +43 681 20205575


D.Sc., Bulgarian Academy of Sciences , 2011
Habilitation, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences , 2000
Ph.D., Physics, Bulgarian Academy of Science, 1990
M.Sc., Physics of Semiconductors, Sofia University, Bulgaria, 1981

Permanent Position

Institute of Information and Communication Technologies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Associate Professor, Appointed: 2001

Professional Experience and Visits

2010-date, Research Professor, Institute for Microelectronics, TU Vienna
2005-2007, Senior Researcher, Institute for Microelectronics, TU Vienna
2003-2004, Research Professor, Arizona State University, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, Electrical Engineering
1998-2003, Visiting Researcher, Institute for Microelectronics, TU-Vienna
1998, University of Frankfurt
1990-2001, Research Associate, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Monte Carlo Group, Central Laboratory for Parallel Processing
1994-1994, Postdoctoral Student, University of Modena, Italy
1985-1989, Post-graduate Student, Institute of Microelectronics and Bulgarian Academy
1981-1985, Physicist, MOS-IC Technological Control and Physical Analysis


Funded by European Commission: NANOTCAD (2000-2003), EGEE-GRID, SUPERTHEME, H2020 Project SUPERAID7
Funded by Austrian sources: FWF-P13333-TEC (1998-1999), FWF-START-Y247-N13 (2005-2006), OFG-MOEL239, MOEL273 (2007-2008), BMWF-ASO-GRINKO
and currently FWF-P21685 'Wigner-Boltzmann Particle Simulations' (2009-2014)
USA: NFS-ECS-0218008

Expertise and Research Interests

Over 160 papers.

Invited lecturer in the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi" Varenna (Lake Como), 2004.
Member of the Italian Physical Society.
Organizer of 8 special sessions in international conferences, Official reviewer of Mathematical Reviews, American Mathematical Society and American Physical Society.

Numerical methods, Monte Carlo methods, Solid State Physics, Physics and Theory of Semiconductors and Devices, Quantum Theory of the Optical and Electronic properties of Semiconductors and Nanostructures, Boltzmann and Quantum transport in Semiconductors, Scattering theory, Wigner function, Mathematical methods in Physics: generalized functions, Green's functions.