Orlin D. Velev
183 peer-reviewed publications
More than 17,000 citations reported by Google scholar, 12,800 reported by Web of Science database, .
H-index = 61 (Google scholar), 53 (Web of Science).
Average citations/publication = 60.8. Publications cited more than 100 times = 36.
Graduate students advised or advising = 33 (of which 7 co-advised, 13 female).
PhD students graduated = 20. Post-doctoral researchers and visiting scientists = 20.
Undergraduate researchers advised or advising = 67 (including 11 minority, 24 female).
Taught 26 undergraduate and 8 graduate classes at NC State (Average evaluation = 4.51/5).
222 invited, plenary and keynote presentations at international meetings, universities, companies and federal laboratories.
Fellow of the Materials Research Society (MRS) 2017
Chancellors' Innovation Fund Award (NCSU) 2016
Springer 1st Colloid and Polymer Science Lecture Award (Springer) 2014
Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor (NC State University) 2013
NC ACS 2013 Distinguished Speaker Award (NC ACS Section) 2013
Fellow of the American Chemical Society (ACS) 2011
Innovator of the Year Award (NC State University) 2011
Alumni Association Outstanding Research Award (NC State University) 2011
Alcoa Foundation Distinguished Engineering Research Award (NCSU) 2010
NC State Univ. recognition for innovation and launching a startup company 2010
Mercator visiting professorship (German Science Foundation) 2010
INVISTA named professorship (NC State University) 2009
Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award (Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation) 2006
NC State University Academy of Outstanding Teachers (NCSU) 2006
3M Nontenured Faculty Award (3M Company) 2006
Sigma Xi Faculty Research Award (Sigma Xi NCSU Chapter) 2004
CAREER award (The National Science Foundation) 2003
Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Award (Oak Ridge Associated Universities) 2002
and Henry Dreyfus New Faculty Award
(Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation) 2001
award (gold medal) for academic excellence
(The Bulgarian Ministry of Science and Education) 1989
diploma for academic excellence
(The Bulgarian Ministry of Chemical and Biochemical Industry) 1989
First Award at the National Student Science and Creativity Competition (Bulgaria) 1989
Named governmental stipend for outstanding students (Sofia Univ., Bulgaria) 1987-1989
Bronze Medal from the International Chemistry Olympiad (Stockholm, Sweden) 1982
First Award at the Bulgarian National Chemistry Olympiad (Bulgaria) 1982