Artur P. Herman is an Assistant Professor within Robert Kudrawiec’s group at the Department of Semiconductor Materials Engineering at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST) in Wroclaw, Poland. Holding a PhD in chemistry from Silesian University of Technology in 2018, he went on to complete a 2-year post-doctoral tenure at the Laboratory for Optical Spectroscopy of Nanostructures at WUST. Currently, he spearheads the Laboratory of Preparation and Surface Functionalization of Semiconductors while also advancing expertise in time-resolved techniques.
Dr. Herman’s research interests encompass a wide spectrum, including optical spectroscopy (with a particular interest in modulation spectroscopy), time-resolved spectroscopic methodologies, interfacial electronic phenomena, and the functionalization and applications of perovskites and van der Waals crystals. He has contributed to the field, with an authorship of 40 papers in esteemed JCR journals, along with 2 patented innovations. He collaborates with renowned academic institutions such as the University of Cambridge, UK, INAM Universitat Jaume I, Spain, and the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic, as well as with established industrial partners like Saule Technologies.