Maybe a little late news, but since the beginning of the academic year we have three new PhD students: Iga, Julia, and Wojtek. Iga Malicka is a graduate from Warsaw University and is currently working in the UpTurn-project and will be doing electrochemistry in microfluidic systems. Julia Maciejewska-Komorowska is a […]
This week we have a new postdoc in the group, Dr Suchanat Boonkaew, who also goes by her nickname Meen. She will be working in the UPTurn project concerning electrochemistry in microfluidic systems. Dr Boonkaew got her PhD from Chulalongkorn University in Thailand, where she was working on miniaturized analytical […]
Emila and Martin are guest-editing a special issue of Chemosensors focussed on “Paper-Based Sensors and Microfluidic Devices”. This is of course due to Emilia’s expertise in the field, but maybe also because of the review we recently wrote in ChemElectroChem. The special issue already has its own web address and […]
Our institute prepared a press note about our latest paper on detection of neurotransmitters in mouse serum. The pressnote itself can be found here (pdf). Quoting from it we can read “We are aiming to detect neurotransmitters at the lowest concentrations and without additional sample preparation,” says the author of […]
From the beginning of October we have a second new student, Andrzej Krześniak, who will be working in Martin’s Opus grant in collaboration with Warsaw University of Technology. He will be the main responsible for the electrochemical part of the project. Andrzej graduated with a Master’s degree from the Department […]
From the beginning of September we have a new PhD student in the group. Elżbieta Jarosińska just started working in Emilia’s LIDER project. Elżbieta graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry at Warsaw University of Technology. Her master’s thesis was about development of a potentiometric biosensor for the analysis of arginase […]
In October the new Warsaw PhD School of Natural and BioMedical Sciences [Warsaw-4-PhD] will start. Our group is looking for two motivated PhD students for multidisciplinary project. One combining electrochemistry and optics, and the other combining electrochemistry and biology. More information can be found here.