Prof. Orlin D Velev

North Carolina State University, USA

Plenary Lecture: Active, Ultraflexible and Reconfigurable Microstructures Powered by Magnetic Fields

Dr. Orlin Velev is a Frank and Doris Culberson Distinguished Professor at NC State University. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Sofia, Bulgaria (1996), while also performing research for one year in Japan. After a postdoc at the University of Delaware Velev joined NC State University in 2001. He has established a record of innovative research in the assembly of colloidal nanostructures with magnetic, electrical and photonic functionality, biosensors, microfluidics and nanomanufacturing. Velev has contributed more than 230 publications, cited more than 28,800 times, and has presented more than 290 invited presentations. His numerous awards include NSF Career, AIChE Andreas Acrivos Award for Professional Progress and ACS Langmuir Lecturer. Velev has been elected to an ACS Fellow and MRS Fellow. 

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