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A postdoctoral research fellow & principal investigator sponsored by a Marie-Curie mobility action called Polonez. I moved from the University of Cambridge in UK to do exiciting research in Poland. Read more
Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of a start-up company Cnergytec Ltd. The focus is in exploiting the the excellent properties of carbon nanostructures in energy-related and other technologies. Read more
Serves as a Vice-President of the International Society of Nanoscience to promote sharing of knowledge and technical expertise in the field of nanotechnology with the R&D community and the society. Read more
My area of expertise is in the field of nanotechnology with a particular focus on the electrical, thermal and optical properties of nanocarbon materials such as carbon nanotubes or graphene.
I have obtained a doctorate in Materials Science from the University of Cambridge, UK. I also hold degrees in Chemistry (BSc) and Chemical Engineering (MSc).
The main research activities, in which I have participated.
* Success of the Thawing project (please see the video below).
The results of work I had a pleasure to drive or contribute to.
Strong partnerships with academics and industry stimulate the research and development I carry out.
Directed by Dr Krzysztof K. Koziol, the group focuses on the manufacture of new generation of electrical conductors based on nanocarbon materials to replace the traditional materials.
Dr Slawomir Boncel and co-workers tailor the chemical structure of carbon nanomaterials to create new materials with applications ranging from cancer therapy to electromagnetic cloaking.
The research at the Department of Aerospace Engineering is directed towards manufacture of composites with improved structural, electrical and thermal properties for planes, helicopters, spacecrafts and satellites.
The group works on the synthesis of carbon nanomaterials and development of their applications for aerospace structures and energy devices.
The team is focused on management of metals on various fronts of R&D ranging from recovery of metal pollutants by electrowinning to electrodeposition of metal particles onto nanomaterials to create high performance composites.
One of the leading players in the production of graphene on a large scale (tonnes per annum) using waste materials such as biogas.
The team is focused on functionalization of carbon nanostructures and characterization of their optical properties.
The group led by Professor Sebastian Mackowski studies how a wide range of materials interact with light.