
StatusThe thesis was presented on the 11 December, 2009Approved by NCAA on the 11 February, 2010 Abstract– 1.63 Mb / in romanian– 1.65 Mb / in english 
The PhD thesis consists of introduction, three original chapters, conclusions, recommendations and bibliography. The volume of the PhD thesis is 97 pages with 10 figures and 51 references. Basic results of the dissertation paper were published in the form of 44 scientific works (13 articles and 31 abstracts).
Field of investigation: Theoretical investigations in the condensed matter physics.
Objectives of the PhD thesis and scientific novelty of the obtained results.
The thesis is dedicated to the solution of two interdependent questions of the theory of two–dimensional excitons and electron–hole pairs in a high magnetic field.
First of them is the determination of more exact expressions for the wave function and energy of the lowest exciton band. On this base the Bose–Einstein Condensation (BEC) on the superposition exciton state as well as on the excited Landau levels is investigated.
The second one is the explanation of the exciton–cyclotron resonance phenomenon in full accordance with the experimental data. To this end the electron–radiation interaction Hamiltonian in the second quantization representation was deduced.
We have also proved that the probabilities of the quantum transitions and the absorption band shapes essentially depend on the light circular polarization giving rise to optical orientation phenomena such as electron spin polarization and exciton optical alignment.
Theoretical significance and practical value of the PhD thesis.
The work is devoted to the fundamental aspects of the physics of two–dimensional electron–hole systems in nanostructures in the presence of a strong magnetic field. At the same time the work has the practical importance, since it explained the combined magnetoexciton–cyclotron resonance in full accordance with the experimental data. Some recommendations for the former experimental investigation are proposed.
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