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Karekin D Esmeryan

Karekin D Esmeryan “Acoustoelectronics” Laboratory, Institute of Solid State Physics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Tzarigradsko Chaussee 72 blvd., 1784 Sofia, Bulgaria

Biography

Dr. Karekin D Esmeryan has received his PhD in Physics of Wave Processes, 2014, Institute of Solid State Physics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.Currently, he/she is working as Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA. Dr. Esmeryan’s research interests include wetting phenomena, superhydrophobicity, electrowetting, as well as piezoresonance (acoustic wave) chemical and biological sensors. In particular, his activity is focused on the synthesis and optimization of physicochemical properties of superhydrophobic surfaces (coatings), relevant to chemical and biosensing, anti-icing systems, dragreducing surfaces etc. Recently, as part of Dr. Reza Mohammadi’s research group, he found a way to fabricate inherently robust and stable superhydrophobic coatings made of carbon soot; a material, which in general suffer from its high mechanical instability.

Research Interest

Dr. Esmeryan’s research interests include wetting phenomena, superhydrophobicity, electrowetting, as well as piezoresonance (acoustic wave) chemical and biological sensors. In particular, his activity is focused on the synthesis and optimization of physicochemical properties of superhydrophobic surfaces (coatings), relevant to chemical and biosensing, anti-icing systems, dragreducing surfaces etc. Recently, as part of Dr. Reza Mohammadi’s research group, he found a way to fabricate inherently robust and stable superhydrophobic coatings made of carbon soot; a material, which in general suffer from its high mechanical instability.

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