Cvetelin Vasilev

Cvetelin Vasilev

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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.

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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.

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Articles from Cvetelin

Electronic Polymer Fibers: The Future of Clothing as a Means of Detection

Electric Vehicle Demand and the Future of Thermal Interface Materials

The Future of Fully Recyclable Polymers using Lipoic Acid

What are Self-Sterilizing Polymers?

Differential Scanning Thermal Analysis in Polymeric Materials

The Future of Recyclable Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Composites

How Braskem and Alpfilm's PVC Film Kills Coronavirus

Building Next-Generation Polymers with Asynt and Polymer Mimetics

Developing Solar Cells Using Polymers and Molecular Semiconductors

Enhancing the Performance of a Record-Breaking Perovskite/Silicon Tandem Solar Cell

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