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1 The main research interests are focused on the design and fabrication of bioanalytical microsystems (Lab-on-a-Chip flow-through microsystems). These microsystems are intended for the development of new analytical and bioanalytical procedures such as: conducting analytical reactions at the microscale, optical and electrochemical detection of analytical signal, microdissection, etc. Another area of scientific interest is cell culture in hybrid microsystems. Two- and three-dimensional cultures in different configurations conducted in microscale are used to assess cyto- , photo- , magneto- , and thermotoxicity of newly synthesized compounds and materials (two-dimensional materials, nanomaterials, new drugs with potential anticancer activity) and to evaluate the effectiveness of new procedures in anticancer therapies. His research interests also include the development of innovative drug delivery systems to cancer cells based on nanocarriers (nanocapsules, polymer micelles, magnetoliposomes).
2 Ion-sensitive nano- and microspheres - fabrication, characterization and testing of sensory properties. In recent years, nanotechnology has developed a number of tools enabling the fabrication, characterization, and study of the potential applications of a number of nanomaterials, which we use more and more in everyday life. One of the research areas intensively explored are biomedical applications of nanomaterials, including the use of their sensitivity to their microenvironment, which results in the possibility of detection and quantification of a number of bioanlites and the possibility of in vivo and in vitro bioimaging. The aim of the doctorate will be to design ion-sensitive nano- and microspheres with the desired chemosensory properties and to study their potential applications in biological samples.
3 Single particle microwave induced plasma optical emission spectrometry (sp-MWP-OES) is a unique, multi-purpose analytical technique, developed in our lab for multielement analysis of nanopowders. It can be applied for the investigation of particle-by particle reproducibility of chemical composition including stoichiometry as well as for determination of the particles size, mass, dispersity, shape and structure which are useful for characterization of various nanomaterials including nanoalloys, functionalized particles or core-shell structures. By conducting more advanced study of plasma-particle interactions, the nature of short-term light pulses registered by spectrometer may be better explained including formation of a microdischarge on a particle surface.
4 szkło, energia, szkła, fizyka stosowana, katoda, nanomateriały, nanokrystalizacja termiczna, temperatura, lit, baterie litowo-jonowe, materiały amorficzne, spektroskopia, szkło fosforanowe, przejście szkliste, szkła v2o5-p2o5, impedancja, przeskok elektronów, katody, baterie litowe, ogrzewanie
5 My scientific are of interests is electronics technology and additive techniques for structural and printed electronics. In my professional work I deal with the development and investigation of the properties of composite materials with the addition of functional phase in the form of carbon nanotubes, graphene platelets, metal and ceramic powders, phosphors, catalysts and other types of functional fillers. Important in the development of these materials is the determination of the relationship between the type and degree of functional phase filling in the composite and the electrical, optical, mechanical, thermal and other properties important for electronic applications. Utilised additive techniques FDM, SLA, BinderJet and SLS, as well as ink-jet, aerosol-jet and screen printing. Potential applications include temperature, pressure, strain and electrochemical sensors, antennas and rectennas, thermoelectric structures, printed battries and supercapacitors, 3D printed magnets and more.
6 In scientific practice, I deal with the design and numerical development of morphological features of the structure of polymer materials, with particular emphasis on hyper-deformable plastics and hybrid materials. The defined scope of research interests is reflected in my scientific achievements. The leading direction of research and development work carried out by me and under my direction is the multidimensional assessment of the behavior of systems based on homogeneous and composite polymer matter, carried out on the basis of experimental and numerical methodology and the development of active structural modeling methods using the FEM reverse engineering assumptions through an unconventional approach for the identification and description of phenomena as well as implementation application in specific utility applications. The subject of my research focuses on the identification and interpretation of phenomena occurring during the operation of systems built on the basis of polymeric materials, including hypereformable structures that can be used and / or possible - newly designed in the construction of working machines. For this purpose, I use coupled model descriptions of parametric hyper-deformable matrices, taking into account a number of factors interacting, among others, by ie temperature, deformation speed, internal and structural friction, and more. The issues undertaken by me in research and development work relate to the following issues: design, evaluation, analysis and application of polymeric materials, methodology for interpreting phenomena and predicting the behavior of polymers using numerical topology coupled with the experimental identification of hyper-deformable material as well as obtaining, processing and recycling of construction materials and aspects accompanying. The issue of managing raw materials is complementary to the mainstream scientific work, both in terms of theoretical and practical applications. It covers aspects defined by the concept of a circular economy, i.e. issues from the idea, design, through production, operation, to economic development, in accordance with the requirements of environmental protection. The general research work carried out by me covers new topics, with development potential, constituting a real response to the expectations of various sectors of the economy. The activities are in line with the development of new production methods, techniques and technologies. The work carried out under my direction is aimed at developing application solutions. The demand for the results of my research and implementation works occurs in particular in the following industries: plastics processing, automotive, energy, aviation, waste management.
7 In scientific practice, I deal with the design and numerical development of morphological features of the structure of polymer materials, with particular emphasis on hyper-deformable plastics and hybrid materials. The defined scope of research interests is reflected in my scientific achievements. The leading direction of research and development work carried out by me and under my direction is the multidimensional assessment of the behavior of systems based on homogeneous and composite polymer matter, carried out on the basis of experimental and numerical methodology and the development of active structural modeling methods using the FEM reverse engineering assumptions through an unconventional approach for the identification and description of phenomena as well as implementation application in specific utility applications. The subject of my research focuses on the identification and interpretation of phenomena occurring during the operation of systems built on the basis of polymeric materials, including hypereformable structures that can be used and / or possible - newly designed in the construction of working machines. For this purpose, I use coupled model descriptions of parametric hyper-deformable matrices, taking into account a number of factors interacting, among others, by ie temperature, deformation speed, internal and structural friction, and more. The issues undertaken by me in research and development work relate to the following issues: design, evaluation, analysis and application of polymeric materials, methodology for interpreting phenomena and predicting the behavior of polymers using numerical topology coupled with the experimental identification of hyper-deformable material as well as obtaining, processing and recycling of construction materials and aspects accompanying. The issue of managing raw materials is complementary to the mainstream scientific work, both in terms of theoretical and practical applications. It covers aspects defined by the concept of a circular economy, i.e. issues from the idea, design, through production, operation, to economic development, in accordance with the requirements of environmental protection. The general research work carried out by me covers new topics, with development potential, constituting a real response to the expectations of various sectors of the economy. The activities are in line with the development of new production methods, techniques and technologies. The work carried out under my direction is aimed at developing application solutions. The demand for the results of my research and implementation works occurs in particular in the following industries: plastics processing, automotive, energy, aviation, waste management.
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In recent years, an increasing number of various methods for obtaining nanometric gold structures have been observed. These nanomaterials can be applied in many branches of everyday life, including medicine. Despite the rapid progress in their synthesis, the characterization methods are developing slower, which induces the need for their effective elaboration. Within the presented research area, a modern analytical platform for studying the combinations of gold nanomaterials with anticancer drugs in complex sample matrices using advanced mass spectrometry techniques, including mass spectrometry with ionization in inductively coupled plasma in single particle or single cell analysis mode, will be proposed. The use of such techniques may enable an understanding of many processes to which these metallic nanomaterials are subjected in the body.