M.Sc. Physics, Ph.D. Polymer Physics
Cvetelin Vasilev has a degree and a doctorate in Physics and is pursuing a career as a biophysicist at the University of Sheffield. With more than 20 years of experience as a research scientist, he is an expert in the application of advanced microscopy and spectroscopy techniques (high-resolution AFM, single-molecule force spectroscopy, fluorescence lifetime imaging) to better understand the organization of “soft” complex systems – synthetic polymers, biological membranes and biological single molecules.
Cvetelin is an experienced and enthusiastic communicator and presenter, both in English and Bulgarian, with more than 40 publications in peer-reviewed journals (h-index of 17) in the field of polymer science, biophysics, nanofabrication and nanobiophotonics. He also has substantial skills for creating high-quality content for scientific publications, technical manuals, websites and blogs. He is always curious and eager to learn new things and is passionate for keeping up-to-date with developments in science, engineering and digital media.
In this article we explore the key defects to avoid in nanoimprint lithography in nanofabrication workflows.
The growing use of perovskites in photovoltaic cells has instigated the development of different types of perovskite-based optoelectronic devices, such as photodetectors, lasers, and light-emitting diodes.
The development of novel nanomaterials with versatile chemical compositions and morphologies enables the manufacture of electrodes with an anisotropic structure and excellent electrical and mechanical properties.
Nanophotonics-based catalysis can also help scientists to understand how the reactive surface area of the catalyst can be maximized, aiding the design of more efficient chemical systems.
Advanced thermal gravimetric analysis of MXenes enables scientists to better understand their thermal properties and devise more efficient synthesis methods.
FluidFM combines AFM to enable force-sensitive nanopipette experiments under aqueous conditions.
A clear understanding of the nanorheology and friction at interfaces is of great importance for many biological and medical applications.
The efforts of many research groups are concentrated on creating novel cost-efficient methods for fabricating electrodes utilizing nanomaterials.
Advances in the development of nanostructured thin films have enabled the production of gas nanosensors with better sensitivity and sensitivity.
Researchers have developed a simple method for nanoemulsion formulation at room temperature that produces nanoparticles with different morphologies
Ping Wang, Ph.D.
We speak with researchers behind the latest advancement in graphene hBN research that could boost the development of next-generation electronic and quantum devices.
Dr. Laurene Tetard
AZoNano speaks with Dr. Laurene Tetard from the University of Central Florida about her upcoming research into the development of nanotechnology that can detect animal-borne diseases. The hope is that such technology can be used to help rapidly control infected mosquito populations to protect public
Dr. Amir Sheikhi
AZoNano speaks with Dr. Amir Sheikhi from Pennsylvania State University about his research into creating a new group of nanomaterials designed to capture chemotherapy drugs before they impact healthy tissue, amending a fault traditionally associated with conventional nanoparticles.
The Filmetrics R54 advanced sheet resistance mapping tool for semiconductor and compound semiconductor wafers.
This product profile describes the latest nano-particle analyzer "thesis particle size analyzer" and its key
The Filmetrics F40 turns your benchtop microscope into an instrument for measuring thickness and refractive index.