2017 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society For pioneering contributions to the field of reconfigurable self-assembly of colloids.
2011 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Colloidal crystal, Nanoparticle and Colloid. His Nanotechnology research includes themes of Self-healing hydrogels, Metal and Polyelectrolyte. His research in Chemical engineering intersects with topics in Organic chemistry, Adsorption and Polymer chemistry.
In his study, Polymerization is inextricably linked to Porosity, which falls within the broad field of Colloidal crystal. His Nanoparticle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ohmic contact and Curse of dimensionality. His Colloid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Crystallization, Colloidal gold and Particle size.
Orlin D. Velev mainly focuses on Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Nanoparticle, Colloid and Composite material. His Nanotechnology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Colloidal crystal and Photonic crystal. His Colloidal crystal study incorporates themes from Porosity and Porous medium.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Polymer, Chromatography and Aqueous solution. His research in Nanoparticle is mostly concerned with Colloidal gold. Orlin D. Velev combines subjects such as Chemical physics and Monolayer with his study of Colloid.
His primary areas of investigation include Nanotechnology, Chemical engineering, Composite material, Colloid and Nanoparticle. His work on Dielectrophoresis as part of general Nanotechnology research is often related to Control reconfiguration, thus linking different fields of science. His studies deal with areas such as Aqueous solution, Phase, Shear and Polymer as well as Chemical engineering.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Chemical physics and Microsphere in addition to Colloid. His work in Nanoparticle tackles topics such as Lignin which are related to areas like Toxicity and Nucleation. His Self-healing hydrogels research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biomimetics, Microfluidics and Soft robotics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Control reconfiguration, Active particles, Optoelectronics and Soft robotics. Orlin D. Velev interconnects Chemical physics, Dipole, Magnetization and Colloid in the investigation of issues within Nanotechnology. His study looks at the intersection of Chemical physics and topics like Molecule with Capillary action.
His work carried out in the field of Optoelectronics brings together such families of science as Elastomer, Magnetic nanoparticles and Magneto. Orlin D. Velev has researched Soft robotics in several fields, including Composite material and Self-healing hydrogels. The various areas that he examines in his Composite material study include Biomimetics, Dielectrophoresis and Microparticle.
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Mechanism of formation of two-dimensional crystals from latex particles on substrates
N. Denkov;O. Velev;P. Kralchevski;I. Ivanov.
Porous silica via colloidal crystallization
O. D. Velev;T. A. Jede;R. F. Lobo;A. M. Lenhoff.
N. D. Denkov;O. D. Velev;P. A. Kralchevsky;I. B. Ivanov.
Charging of Oil−Water Interfaces Due to Spontaneous Adsorption of Hydroxyl Ions
K. G. Marinova;R. G. Alargova;N. D. Denkov;O. D. Velev.
Structured porous materials via colloidal crystal templating: from inorganic oxides to metals
Orlin D. Velev;Eric W. Kaler.
Advanced Materials (2000)
Dielectrophoretic assembly of electrically functional microwires from nanoparticle suspensions.
Kevin D. Hermanson;Simon O. Lumsdon;Jacob P. Williams;Eric W. Kaler.
Assembly of Latex Particles by Using Emulsion Droplets as Templates. 1. Microstructured Hollow Spheres
O. D. Velev;K. Furusawa;K. Nagayama.
A class of porous metallic nanostructures
O. D. Velev;P. M. Tessier;A. M. Lenhoff;Eric W Kaler.
In situ assembly of colloidal particles into miniaturized biosensors
O. D. Velev;Eric W Kaler.
Controlled, Rapid Deposition of Structured Coatings from Micro- and Nanoparticle Suspensions
Brian G. Prevo;Orlin D. Velev.
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