Carlo Molardi is currently working as Post Doctoral Researcher in the Electrical & Electronical Engineering Department of Nazarbayev University.
From May 2016 t0 August 2017 covered a Post Doctoral position in the Information Engineering Department of University of Parma.
In March 2016, he received his PhD in Information Technologies from the same university. During his PhD he worked with the Group of Applied Electro-Magnetics (GAEM), under the supervision of Prof. Stefano Selleri. Part of his PhD period was spent in Singapore, from January 2013 to December 2015, as a research assistant in collaboration with SIMTech (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology) – A∗STAR, under ARAP scholarship. The title of his PhD thesis was Photonic Crystal Fibers Design For 2 μm Wavelength Operation.
In March 2011, he received a master degree in Telecommunication Engineering from University of Parma, working on numerical methods for optics and electromagnetism, in particular focusing on software design for modal solving. His research interests include photonic crystal fibers design, fiber lasers for high power operations, Near- and Mid-IR optics, random lasers, numerical methods for optics and electro-magnetism, Finite Element Method (FEM).
Korganbayev, S., Ayupova, T., Sypabekova, M., Bekmurzayeva, A., Shaimerdenova, M., Dukenbayev, K., Molardi, C., Tosi, D., 2018 In : Optics Express. 26, 14,
Mode discrimination criterion for effective differential amplification in Yb-doped fiber design for high power operation
Molardi, C., Poli, F., Rosa, L., Selleri, S., Cucinotta, A., 2017 In : Optics Express. 25, 23, p. 29013-29025