Eugen Pavel, the Romanian who invented the Hyper CD-ROM

Dr. Eugen Pavel is a Romanian scientist and the inventor of the Hyper CD-ROM, a 3D optical data storage medium with an initial capacity of 1PB and with a theoretical capacity of 100 EB on a single disc. CD – ROM Hyper is considered the future of data storage tools.
Dr. Pavel graduated with a physics degree from the University of Bucharest in 1976. He was awarded the Romanian Academy Prize in 1991 and obtained his doctorate in Physics from the Romanian Institute of Atomic Physics in 1992.
He won the “Prix International de l’Organisation Mondiale de la Presse Periodique” and a gold medal at EUREKA Contest in Brussels for inventions that led to the creation of the Hyper CD-ROM. Dr. Pavel has published more than 40 books and articles, and he is the holder of 62 patents and patent applications. In an interview about his work on the Hyper CD-ROM, Dr. Pavel stated that “the research for this project is 100% personal “. Dr. Pavel’s Hyper CD-ROM technology is patented in 21 countries: the USA, Canada, Japan, Israel and 17 European states.