I am an associate professor at the Department of Microelectronics, Faculty of Electronic Engineering and Technologies, Technical University of Sofia. My research is related to material science and technologies for micro- and nanoelectronic devices. My projects are in the field of fabrication and testing of flexible polymeric optoelectronic devices, application of different deposition methods for small molecule based electroluminescent layers, preparation and investigation of multilayer electroluminescent structures with organic semiconductors. I teach bachelor and master classes in the subjects “Material science for microelectronics”, “Displays”, “Nanomaterials”, “Thin films deposition processes”, “Manufacturing in electronic industry” and “MEMS Technology”.
Characterization of Piezoelectric Microgenerator with Nanobranched ZnO Grown on a Polymer Coated Flexible Substrate
Published in Applied Sciences
Piezoelectric energy harvesting device with nanobranched ZnO on Polymer/Metal/Polymer coated flexible substrate
Flexible optoelectronic device with polymer based electrode on hybrimer substrate — Impact of the bending on the interfa...
Associate Professor and Departamental Researcher Since 2015
Assistant professor and departmental researcher Since 2010
Dr 2007 - 2010
Interface optimization at molecular optoelectronic devices
MSc Engineering 2005 - 2007
Awards for Excellence – 2017 2017
“Outstanding Papers”, Highly commended paper in Microelectronics International“, Volume 33 number 1
“Key Scientific Article”, 2016 2016
Awarded from Advances in Engineering for paper in Microelectronic Engineering, Special Issue Micro/Nano Devices & Systems, vol. 145, art. no. 9805, pp. 112 – 116, 2015.