She studied Physics at the Faculty of Exact Science, University of Craiova, graduating in 2012. In the same year, she started working at National Institute of Material Physics, place where you can still find her today, continuing at the same time with master study at the Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest. After the Master in Medical Biophysics, she continued the studies for a PhD degree at the Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest, in the field of Condensed Matter Physics.
Her work is oriented on: deposition of organic thin layers: oligomers, polymers, bio-organic compounds on different substrates (including flexible) using different methods (vacuum thermal evaporation, spin-coating, Langmuir-Blodgett). She has expertise in nanostructuring using Nanoimprint Lithography Technique and morphological characterization (AFM, SEM).
Some recent publications:
 Nucleobases thin films deposited on nanostructured transparent conductive electrodes for optoelectronic applications,C. Breazu, M. Socol, N. Preda, O. Rasoga, A. Costas, G. Socol, P. Gabriela, A. Stanculescu, Scientific reports.
 The effect of fullerene layer on the aggregates formation in amyloid beta Langmuir-Blodgett films C. Breazu, O. Rasoga, M. Socol, P. Ganea, T. Tite, E. Matei, F. Stanculescu, A. Stanculescu, , Applied Surface Science.
 On the properties of organic heterostructures prepared with nano-patterned metallic electrode, C. Breazu, M. Socol, N. Preda, E. Matei, O. Rasoga, M. Girtan, R. Mallet, F. Stanculescu, A. Stanculescu, Applied Surface Science.  Effect of ITO electrode patterning on the properties of organic heterostructures based on non-fullerene acceptor prepared by MAPLE , A.Stanculescu, C. Breazu, M. Socol, O. Rasoga, N. Preda, G. Petre, A. M. Solonaru, M. Grigoras, F. Stanculescu, G. Socol, G. Popescu-Pelin, M. Girtan, , Applied Surface Science.