Plamen Ch. Ivanov
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Plamen Ch. Ivanov received the M.S. degree in theoretical physics/condensed matter physics from Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria, in 1988, the Ph.D. degree in biophysics from Boston University, Boston, MA, in 1998, and the D.Sc. degree from the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Sofia, in 2007. He is currently a Research Associate Professor at the Physics Department, Boston University and a Lecturer at Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston. His research interests include methods of analysis and modeling of integrated biological and physiological systems and networks; multiscale dynamical properties emerging from cellular level interactions; neural regulation; stochastic processes and phase transitions. He has served as an editor of Fluctuation and Noise Letters (FNL) in the period 2000–2002, and he is currently on the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Biological Physics (JOBP) and of Europhysics Letters (EPL).
Research Associate Professor, BU Physics