Warsaw PhD School in Natural and BioMedical Sciences

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Research projects

The list of research projects for the first admission round 2021/2022 is available below.

Research Projects

Projects

1.1. The role of intrinsically disordered domains of transcription factors in cell fate determination during animal development (Adam Kłosin, Ph.D.) - CANCELLED
1.2. Deep learning techniques in the studies of cortical circuitry remodeling following damages to the primate visual cortex (Piotr Majka, Ph.D./prof. Daniel Wójcik, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.3. Cortical reinstatement in health and Alzheimer's' disease: a direct approach to testing the hippocampal memory indexing theory (Adam Hamed, Ph.D., D.Sc./Rafał Czajkowski, Ph.D.)
2 places available
1.4. Identification of genes and evolutionary changes in the genome that underlie the biology of astrocytes (Aleksandra Pękowska, Ph.D.)
1.5. The role of VPS10P domain receptors in phenotypic polarization of astrocytes andmicroglia in the diseased brain (prof. Bożena Kamińska-Kaczmarek, Ph.D., D.Sc./Anna Malik, Ph.D.)
1.6. Harnessing gut microbiota-derived metabolites to combat acute respiratory distress syndrome (Tomasz Wypych, Ph.D./prof. Katarzyna Kwiatkowska, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.7. The role of lipid modifications of proteins in functional neuronal plasticity, learning and memory (Jakub Włodarczyk, Ph.D./Tomasz Wójtowicz, Ph.D.)
1.8. Investigation of the structure of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore (prof. Mariusz Więckowski, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.9. The role of mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum interactions in the regulation of cancer cells metabolism (prof. Mariusz Więckowski, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.10. The analysis of the brain networks activated by spatial choice (prof. Katarzyna Radwańska, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.11. The analysis of the hippocampal neurons activity during spatial choice in vivo (prof. Katarzyna Radwańska, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.12. Can transfer of genes encoding DREADD receptors to selected motoneurons in the transected spinal cord restore motor function? Synaptic and receptor changes in motoneurons caused by chemogenetic activation (prof. Małgorzata Skup, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.13. Using single-cell omics and spatial transcriptomics to unravel how specific genetic changes result in context-specific immune responses in experimental gliomas (prof. Bożena Kamińska-Kaczmarek, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.14. Towards understanding functions of microglia in brain homeostasis and tumor progression through analysis of single cell sequencing data (prof. Bożena Kamińska-Kaczmarek, Ph.D., D.Sc./Aleksander Jankowsk,i Ph.D., University of Warsaw)
1.15. Unraveling molecular mechanism and metabolic consequences of ERK3/MK5 action in beige and brown adipocytes (Grzegorz Sumara, Ph.D.)
1.16. Testing the impact of ERK3 in the muscle on the development of obesity, type 2 diabetes (T2D), dynapenia, and sarcopenia (Grzegorz Sumara, Ph.D.)
1.17. The role of the mitochondrial potassium channels in damage caused by urban particulate matters (PM) - search for a new cytoprotection strategy (prof. Adam Szewczyk, Ph.D., D.Sc./Bogusz Kulawiak, Ph.D.)
1.18. Light-regulated mitochondrial potassium channels: searching for new cytoprotective mechanisms (prof. Adam Szewczyk, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
1.19. Ubiquitin as a modulator of the mitochondrial protein import process (Piotr Brągoszewski, Ph.D.)
1.20. Role of metabolic stress in differentiation of pancreatic progenitor cells (prof. Agnieszka Dobrzyń, Ph.D., D.Sc.)
Projects

No projects available.

Research projects

The list of research projects for the third admission round 2020/2021 is available below.

Research Projects

Projects

1.1. The role of the mitochondrial potassium channels in damage caused by urban particulate matters (PM) - search for a new cytoprotection strategy (prof. dr hab. Adam Szewczyk/dr Bogusz Kulawiak)
1.2. Light-regulated mitochondrial potassium channels: searching for new cytoprotective mechanisms (prof. dr hab. Adam Szewczyk)
1.3. Identification of genes and evolutionary changes in the genome that underlie the human-specific features of astrocytes (dr Aleksandra Pękowska)
1.4. Deep learning techniques in the studies of cortical circuitry remodeling following damages to the primate visual cortex (dr Piotr Majka / prof. dr hab. Daniel Wójcik)
1.5. Determination of the impact of the ERK3/MK5 pathway on the development of metabolic diseases (dr Grzegorz Sumara)
1.6. Modulation of the injured nerve microenvironment to support axon regeneration and spinal cord motoneuron survival (dr hab. Małgorzata Zawadzka)
1.7. Individual differences in subjective experience of time: neuropsychological, EEG and fMRI markers (prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Szeląg)
1.8. Ubiquitin as a modulator of the mitochondrial protein import process (dr Piotr Brągoszewski)
1.9. Identification of novel biomarkers for the diagnosis and prognosis in seronegative patients with overlapping multiple sclerosis(MS)/neuromyelitis optica(NMO) clinical syndromes (dr hab. n. med. Maciej Juryńczyk)
1.10. Neuronal mechanisms of working memory: a combined single-neuron andnetwork-level approach in humans (dr hab. Aneta Brzezicka/ dr Jan Kamiński )
1.11. Can transfer of genes encoding DREADD receptors to selected motoneurons in the transected spinal cord restore motor function? Synaptic and receptor changes in motoneurons caused by chemogenetic activation (prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Skup )
Projects

No projects available.

Research projects

The list of research projects that were available in the second admission round 2020/2021.

Research Projects

Projects

1.1. The role of the mitochondrial potassium channels in damage caused by urban particulate matters (PM) - search for a new cytoprotection strategy (prof. dr hab. Adam Szewczyk/dr Bogusz Kulawiak)
1.2. Can transfer of genes encoding DREADD receptors to selected motoneurons in the transected spinal cord restore motor function? Synaptic and receptor changes in motoneurons caused by chemogenetic activation (prof. Małgorzata Skup, Ph. D.)
1.3. Targeting senescent brain cells to improve cognitive function in animal models of ageing and depression (prof. Ewa Sikora / (in collaboration with) prof. Jakub Włodarczyk)
1.4. Deep learning techniques in the studies of cortical circuitry remodeling following damages to the primate visual cortex (dr Piotr Majka / prof. dr hab. Daniel Wójcik)
1.5. Identifying electrophysiological correlates of visual awareness by a single-trial EEG analysis (dr Michał Bola; dr hab Michał Wierzchoń, prof. UJ)
1.6. The role of lipid modifications of proteins in functional neuronal plasticity, learning and memory (Jakub Włodarczyk, PhD /Co-supervisor: Tomasz Wójtowicz, PhD)
2 places available
1.7. To investigate the interplay between metabolic and epigenetic factors in pathogenesis and inheritance of neuropsychiatric disorders (dr Ali Jawaid)
2 places available
1.8. Cell adhesion molecules as regulators of tunneling nanotubes (TNTs) formation and function in leukemia microenvironment (dr hab. Katarzyna Piwocka)
1.9. Re-engineering the neuronal synapse: towards direct manipulation of synaptic structure (dr Oleg Glebov)
1.10. Comparative analysis of synaptic architecture in human neurodegenerative disorders (dr Oleg Glebov)
1.11. Synaptic plasticity of appetitive learning (dr Anna Beroun)
1.12. Identification of genes and evolutionary changes in the genome that underlie the human-specific features of astrocytes (dr Aleksandra Pękowska)
1.13. Neural and cognitive basis of spelling impairment (dr Agnieszka Dębska/ dr hab. Katarzyna Jednoróg, prof. Nencki Institute)
1.14. Ubiquitin as a modulator of the mitochondrial protein import process (dr Piotr Brągoszewski)
1.15. Verification of the neural noise hypothesis of dyslexia – a study using functional magnetic resonance spectroscopy (dr hab. Katarzyna Jednoróg, prof. Nencki Institute)
1.16. Verification of the neural noise hypothesis of dyslexia – a study using fMRI and EEG (dr hab. Katarzyna Jednoróg, prof. Nencki Institute)
1.17. Deciphering activity of CA1 region during alcohol seeking and consumption (dr hab. Katarzyna Radwańska)
1.18. Light-regulated mitochondrial potassium channels: searching for new cytoprotective mechanisms (prof. dr hab. Adam Szewczyk)
Projects

3.1. Supramolecular catalysis on the surface of colloidal particles (Dr hab. Volodymyr Sashuk)
3.2. Development of strategies for improving stability of lead halide perovskites (Dr hab. inż. Daniel Prochowicz)
3.3. Ion permeation in the molecular crystals (Dr hab. Oksana Danylyuk)
3.4. Ultrafast chemical reactions in the dark (Dr hab. Gonzalo M. Angulo Núñez/ Co-Supervisor: Dr inż. Marcin Pastorczak)
3.5. Electrochemistry in microfluidic cells for high-throughput multiple response analyses (Dr hab. Martin Jönsson-Niedziółka)
3.6. Leukaemia cells under controlled shear flow in microfluidic channels (Prof. dr hab. Piotr Garstecki/Co-supervisor: Dr Ladislav Derzsi)
3.7. Paper and other fibrous materials as micro/nanomolds for deposition on electrodes surface molecularly imprinted polymers of developed surface (Dr hab. Piyush S. Sharma/Co-supervisor: Dr inż. Maciej Cieplak)
3.8. Printing of self-assembling droplet arrays: from physical mechanisms of self-assembly to applications in cell encapsulation and high-throughput screening (Prof. dr hab. Piotr Garstecki/Co-supervisor: Dr Jan Guzowski)
3.9. Study of nanoviscosity changes during cell death (Prof. dr hab. Robert Hołyst/Co-supervisor: Dr inż. Karina Kwapiszewska)
3.10. Chemistry and photophysics of molecules in nanocavities (Prof. dr hab. Jacek Waluk/Co-supervisor: Dr Sylwester Gawinkowski)
3.11. Assembly of particle chains based on dielectrophoretic, magnetic and capillary effects (Prof. dr hab. Robert Hołyst/Co-supervisor: Dr Konrad Giżyński)
3.12. Localization and determination of redox activity in biological cells (Prof. dr hab. Marcin Opałło/Co-supervisor: Wojciech Nogala)
3.13. Development of new embedding schemes for accurate quantum chemical calculations for reactions on metallic surfaces (Dr hab. Adam Kubas/Co-supervisor: Dr Aleksandra Siklitckaia)
3.14. A new approach of vision restoration based on modified Rabies virus tracing technique (Prof. dr hab. Maciej Wojtkowski/Co-supervisor: Dr Andrzej Foik)
3.15. Models of bacterial response to antibiotics (Dr hab. Anna Ochab-Marcinek/Co-supervisor: Dr Bartłomiej Wacław)
3.16. Physical chemistry of bacteria-surface interactions (Prof. dr hab. Robert Hołyst/Co-supervisor: Dr Bartłomiej Wacław)
3.17. Development of new pathways for CO2 utilization (Prof. dr hab. inż. Janusz Lewiński)
3.18. Morphological and structural evolution of organic-inorganic metal halide perovskites (Prof. dr hab. inż. Janusz Lewiński)
3.19. Design and preparation of zinc oxide quantum dots for photovoltaic applications (Prof. dr hab. inż. Janusz Lewiński)
3.20. Bacteriophage-based biosensors for bacteria detection (Prof. dr hab. Robert Hołyst/Co-supervisor: dr Jan Paczesny)
Projects

4.1. Dynamic stability of crystal surfaces (theoretical) (Magdalena Załuska-Kotur)
4.2. Multiscale Simulation of Break-up droplet dynamics (theoretical) (Dr hab. Piotr Deuar / Dr Panagiotis Theodorakis)
4.3. Multiscale Simulation of spontaneous liquid motion on nanopatterned substrates (theoretical) (Dr hab. Piotr Deuar / Dr Panagiotis Theodorakis)
4.4. Computational studies of disulfide bonds (theoretical) (prof. dr hab. Mai Suan Li, dr Paweł Krupa)
4.5. Protein folding and aggregation on the ribosome (theoretical) (Prof. dr hab. Mai Suan Li)
4.6. Experimental studies of new storage phosphors applicable for radiation dosimetry (experimental) (dr hab. Yaroslav Zhydachevskyy)
4.7. Magnetic atoms quantum simulators (theoretical) (Mariusz Gajda)
4.8. Microphysics of Coulomb explosions (experimental) (Professor Maciej Kolwas)
4.9. Photonic phenomena and luminescence in spherical microdroplet resonators (experimental) (D.Sc. Krystyna Kolwas)
4.10. Atomic short-range order in Heusler alloy nanostructures: NMR studies (eksperimental) (Dr hab. Ewa Jedryka)
4.11. Magnetic order in nanolaminated MAX phases based on Mn2GaC (experimental) (dr hab. Marek Wójcik, professor IFPAN)
4.12. Precessional magnetization switching in ferromagnetic (Ga,Mn)N layers using sub-nanosecond short electric pulses (experimental) (prof. dr hab. Maciej Sawicki/dr Dariusz Sztenkiel)
4.13. Interactions between the fusion peptide and the transmembrane domain of hemagglutinin (experimental) (dr hab. Bartosz Różycki, dr Remigiusz Worch)
4.14. Mechanoluminescent displays and sensors based on nanostructured piezoelectric materials (experimental) (Prof. Andrzej Suchocki)
4.15. Aggregation and gellation of the intrinsically disordered proteins (theoretical) (Prof. Marek Cieplak)
4.16. Structural and elastic properties of multicomponent lanthanide based borates (experimental) (dr hab. Jerzy Pełka/ co-supervisor dr Roman Minikayev)
4.17. Quantum and wave-dynamical chaos in low dimensional systems (experimental+theoretical) (Prof. dr hab. Leszek Sirko)
4.18. Rotational spectroscopy of molecules of chemical, atmospheric and astrophysical relevance (experimental) (prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Kisiel)
4.19. Laser spectroscopy of diatomic molecules (experimental) (prof. dr hab. Włodzimierz Jastrzębski/dr Jacek Szczepkowski)
4.20. Dynamics of topological defects coupled to environments (theoretical) (Mircea Trif / Tomasz Dietl)
4.21. Ultrafast structural transitions in condensed matter (experimental) (dr hab. inż. Ryszard Sobierajski)
4.22. Properties and interactions of group IV-VI semiconductor multiferroics (experimental) (dr hab. Łukasz Kilański)
4.23. Heat transport by topological excitations (experimental) (dr hab. Marcin Matusiak)
4.24. Ultra-cold atomic gases in optical lattices (theoretical) (dr hab. E. Witkowska)
Projects

No projects available.

Research projects

The list of research projects that were available in the first admission round 2020/2021.

Research Projects

Projects

1.1. Determination of the impact of the ERK3/MK5 pathway on the development of cancer-associated cachexia (dr Grzegorz Sumara)
1.2. Investigation of the impact of Protein Kinase D family members on the development of metabolic diseases (dr Grzegorz Sumara)
1.3. Regulation of chromatin accessibility in the hypoxic tumour microenvironment of glioblastoma (prof. dr hab. Bożena Kamińska-Kaczmarek/dr Katarzyna Leszczyńska)
1.4. Identifying electrophysiological correlates of visual awareness by a single-trial EEG analysis (dr Michał Bola/ dr hab Michał Wierzchoń, prof. UJ)
1.5. Cellular mechanisms handling failed mitochondrial protein translocation events (dr Piotr Brągoszewski)
2 places available
1.6. Protein depalmitoylation in the regulation of synaptic plasticity in neuropsychiatric diseases (Supervisor: Prof. Jakub Włodarczyk/ Auxiliary Supervisor: Dr. Monika Zereba-Koziol)
1.7. Understanding patterns of emotional responses to climate change and their relation to mental health and climate action taking (dr hab. Artur Marchewka)
1.8. Evolutionary genomics of astrocytes (bioinformatitian) (dr Aleksandra Pękowska)
1.9. Evolutionary genomics of astrocytes (dr Aleksandra Pękowska)
1.10. Spatiotemporal dynamics of interactions between DNA regulatory elements(dr Aleksandra Pękowska)
1.11. Activity of distinct neuronal populations of the prefrontal cortex in the development and maintenance of social bonds (dr hab. Ewelina Knapska)
1.12. Deciphering activity of CA1 region during alcohol seeking and consumption (dr hab. Katarzyna Radwańska)
1.13.Light-regulated mitochondrial potassium channels: searching for new cytoprotective mechanisms? (prof. dr hab. Adam Szewczyk)
1.14. Can transfer of genes encoding DREADD receptors to selected motoneurons in the transected spinal cord restore motor function? Synaptic and receptor changes in motoneurons caused by chemogenetic activation (prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Skup)
1.15. Deep learning techniques in the studies of cortical circuitry remodeling following damages to the primate visual cortex (dr Piotr Majka / prof. dr hab. Daniel Wójcik)
Projects

2.1. Photocatalysis - Synthesis of ketones from amines and carboxylic acids (prof. Dorota Gryko)
2.2. C-H Activation for Industrial Renewal (CHAIR)(prof. Daniel Gryko)
2.3. Modular, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) based on cyclazines: new materials for optoelectronic applications (prof. Daniel Gryko/dr Marcin Lindner)
2.4. Gated nanozymes: Hybrid, on-nanoparticle catalysts with long-range substrate selectivity (prof. dr Bartosz Grzybowski)
2.5. Design of highly selective catalysts guided by Artificial Intelligence (prof. dr Bartosz Grzybowski)
2.6. Synthesis of supramolecular catalysts inspired by enzymes (prof. dr Bartosz Grzybowski)
2.7. Self-organization of supramolecular catalysts inspired by enzymes (prof. dr Bartosz Grzybowski)
2.8. C–H Activation of nitrones with directing groups (dr hab. Rafał Loska)
2.9. Transition metal-catalyzed C–H activation of nitrones (dr hab. Rafał Loska)
2.10. New N-heterocyclic carbene gold complexes: from catalytic activity to medical applications (dr hab. Michał Michalak)
2.11. Chemoenzymatic cascades of new Cu reactions of significant application potential (prof. dr hab. inż. Ryszard Józef Ostaszewski)
2.12. Chemoenzymatic cascades of new Pd reactions of significant application potential (prof. dr hab. inż. Ryszard Józef Ostaszewski)
2.13. Regio- and stereocontrolled synthesis of olefins substituted with fluoromethyl groups (dr hab. Wojciech Chaładaj)
2.14. Synthesis of structurally diverse medium- and large-sized rings by controlled decomposition of tetraoxanes and related compounds (Bartłomiej Furman)
2.15. Photochemical rearrangement of lactams: A ring-expansion approach towards structurally diverse heterocycles (prof. dr hab. Bartłomiej Furman/ dr Piotr Szcześniak)
2.16. Sustainable photochemical transformations of diazo reagents as a source of reactive intermediates (professor Dorota Gryko)
Projects

3.1. High-speed multicolor Stimulated Raman Scattering microscopy based on widely-tunable all-fiber laser source (dr hab. Yuriy Stepanenko/dr inż. Katarzyna Krupa)
3.2. High-power robust all-fiber laser source for fast multicolor Stimulated Raman Scattering microscopy (dr hab. Yuriy Stepanenko/dr inż. Katarzyna Krupa)
3.3. Computer models of intracellular bacterial colonies (prof. Robert Holyst/ dr Bartlomiej Waclaw)
3.4. Bacterial response to antibiotics in laboratory models of infections (prof. Piotr Garstecki/ dr Bartlomiej Waclaw)
3.5. Models of bacterial response to antibiotics (dr hab. Anna Ochab-Marcinek/ dr Bartlomiej Waclaw)
3.6. Modulation of stability of virions – development of bacteriophage stabilization methods (prof. dr hab. Robert Hołyst/ dr Jan Paczesny)
3.7. Dynamic and responsive 2D systems (prof. dr hab. Robert Hołyst/ dr Jan Paczesny)
3.8. Development of new embedding schemes for accurate quantum chemical calculations for reactions on metallic surfaces (dr hab. Adam Kubas/ dr Aleksandra Siklitckaia)
3.9. Localization and determination of redox activity in biological cells (prof. dr hab. Marcin Opałło/ dr Wojciech Nogala)
3.10. Printing of self-assembling droplet arrays: from physical mechanisms of self-assembly to applications in cell encapsulation and high-throughput screening (prof. dr hab. Piotr Garstecki/ dr Jan Guzowski)
3.11. Artificial pancreatic islets: microfluidics-assisted reaggregation of endocrine cells inside hydrogel microcapsules (prof. dr hab. Piotr Garstecki/ dr Jan Guzowski)
3.12. Photoproduction of hydrogen in biphasic systems with electron donor recycling (prof. dr hab. Marcin Opałło)
3.13. Modulation of stability of virions – development of bacteriophage deactivation methods (prof. dr hab. Robert Hołyst/ dr Jan Paczesny)
Projects

4.1. Quantum open systems of several ultra-cold atoms (dr hab. Tomasz Sowiński)
4.2. Microphysics of Coulomb explosions (dr hab. inż. Daniel Jakubczyk / prof. dr hab. Maciej Kolwas)
4.3. Photonic phenomena and luminescence in spherical microdroplet resonators (dr hab. inż. Daniel Jakubczyk / dr hab. Krystyna Kolwas)
4.4. Investigation of thermodynamics of evaporation of multi-component microdroplets – distillation at microscale (dr hab. inż. Daniel Jakubczyk)
4.5. Optical imaging of single dye molecules in crystalline matrices (prof. dr hab. Bolesław Kozankiewicz)
4.6. Dynamic stability of crystal surfaces (prof. dr hab. Magdalena Załuska-Kotur)
4.7. Properties and interactions of group IV-VI semiconductor multiferroics (dr hab. Łukasz Kilański)
4.8. Multiscale Simulation of Break-up droplet dynamics (dr hab. Piotr Deuar/ dr Panagiotis Theodorakis)
4.9. Novel Composite Scintillation and thermoluminescent detectors based on epitaxial structures of orthosilicates and garnets (prof. dr hab. Andrzej Suchocki)
4.10. Mechanoluminescent displays and sensors based on nanostructured piezoelectric materials (prof. dr hab. Andrzej Suchocki)
4.11. Anomalous metal phase at the superconductor-insulator transition (prof. dr hab. Marta Cieplak)
4.12. Aggregation and gellation of the intrinsically disordered proteins (prof. dr hab. Marek Cieplak)
4.13. Structural and elastic properties of multicomponent lanthanide based borates (dr hab. Jerzy Pełka/ dr Roman Minikayev)
4.14. Precessional magnetization switching in ferromagnetic (Ga,Mn)N layers using sub-nanosecond short electric pulses (prof. dr hab. Maciej Sawicki/ dr Dariusz Sztenkiel)
4.15. Quantum structures based on CdMgO and ZnCdO superlattices and random alloys (prof. dr hab. Adrian Kozanecki/dr hab. Ewa Przeździecka)
4.16. Quantum and wave-dynamical chaos in low dimensional systems (prof. dr hab. Leszek Sirko)
4.17. Temporal coherence of dipolar ultra-cold gases (dr hab. Emilia Witkowska)
4.18. Rotational spectroscopy of molecules of chemical, atmospheric and astrophysical relevance (prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Kisiel)
4.19. Atomic short-range order in Heusler alloy nanostructures: NMR studies (dr hab. Ewa Jędryka)
4.20. Magnetic order in nanolaminated MAX phases based on Mn2GaC (dr hab. Marek Wójcik)
4.21. CdTe/PbTe heterostructures for photonic applications (prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Karczewski/dr Michał Szot)
4.22. Limitations for Protected Transport and Exotic Topological States in Topological Semiconductors (dr hab. Wojciech Brzezicki)
4.23. Molecular photophysics of functional organic systems (dr hab. Jerzy Karpiuk)
4.24. Laser spectroscopy of diatomic molecules (prof. dr hab. Włodzimierz Jastrzębski/dr Jacek Szczepkowski)
4.25. Magnetic atoms quantum simulators (prof. dr hab. Mariusz Gajda)
4.26. Thermodynamics of nanostructures at low temperatures (dr Maciej Zgirski/ prof. dr hab. Maciej Sawicki)
4.27. Dynamics of topological defects coupled to environments (dr Mircea Trif/ prof. dr hab. Tomasz Dietl)
4.28. Oxide materials implanted with rare earths (prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Guziewicz)
4.29. Thermoelectric phenomena in topological materials (dr hab. Marcin Matusiak)
4.30. Heat transport by topological excitations (dr hab. Marcin Matusiak)
4.31. Ultrafast structural transitions in condensed matter (dr hab. inż. Ryszard Sobierajski)
4.32. Computational studies of disulfide bonds (prof. dr hab. Mai Suan Li/ dr Paweł Krupa)
4.33. Quantum heterostructures based on ZnO:Eu for optoelectronics – structural characterization and optimization of growth technology (prof. Adrian Kozanecki/dr hab. Ewa Przeździecka)
4.34. Spectroscopic studies of ZnMgO)O/Zn(Cd)O:Eu/ZnMgO quantum structures (prof. Adrian Kozanecki/dr hab. Ewa Przeździecka)
4.35. Multiscale Simulation of spontaneous liquid motion on nanopatterned substrates (dr hab. Piotr Deuar / dr Panagiotis Theodorakis)
Projects

No projects available.