2008: PhD in Electrical Engineering (Communications and Signal Processing), Northeastern University, Boston, USA
2001: MEng in Computer Systems, Technical University of Sofia, campus Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1996: Technician in Industrial Electronics, Vocational High School for Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
After obtaining my doctoral degree in 2008, for eight years I was teaching communication and computer engineering modules at three universities and two colleges in Bulgaria. During that time, I also spent three half-year periods of research in terahertz technology at leading institutions around the world through competitive international fellowship schemes:
2014: Visiting researcher at the University of Adelaide, Australia
2015: Visiting researcher at Nagoya University, Japan
2016: Visiting assistant professor at the University of Rochester, USA
I joined the Open University as a lecturer in 2017.
Communications and signal processing
Virtual laboratories for distance engineering education
Electrical and Electronic Engineering:
T312 Electronics: Signal processing, control and communications;
T212 Electronics: Sensing, logic and actuation;
T176 Engineering: Professions, practice and skills 1 (robotics activity);
T885 Team engineering (robotics activity);
T452 The engineering project (electronics focus).