One of the two students recruited to our Sonata Bis project, Marta Podrażka, just started working with us. Marta finished her studies in chemistry at Warsaw university and wrote her master thesis under the supervision of Prof. Barbara Pałys. Her thesis concerned electrochemical deposition of gold nanoparticles on ITO and […]
On 20th of April a group of 8 high school students accompanied by their photography professor Weronika Elertowska visited our group in order to prepare a home-made photography paper and learn a bit about what we do. The salt print technique was created in the 1830s by Henry Fox Talbot, […]
We just published a short tip in Lab on a Chip’s blog Chips and Tips. It shows how one can easily remove bonded PDMS from a glass chip, with the help of sulfuric acid, so that the chip can be used again.
Welcome to the newest member of the group, Paulina Jeleń. Paulina studied nanostructure engineering at University of Warsaw. This is a interdisciplinary field divided between the physics and the chemistry departments. She wrote her master thesis at the chemistry department, but graduated as a physicist. She has joined the group […]
Alex, who visited us in July, wrote about his visit in the INTREPID Forensics newsletter. He seems to have had a good time here, I just hope he wasn’t too disappointed with the Maria Skłodowska-Curie museum, which is a bit underwhelming. We are looking forwards to Alex’s next visit some […]
We all welcome Dr Emilia Witkowska Nery as a new co-worker in the research group. Emilia finished her PhD in chemistry at University of Campinas in Brazil. Her scientific interests revolved around the integration of biology and chemistry in sensors such as an electronic tongue. Her previous work also involved […]
Welcome the the all new webpage for the Charge Transfer in Hydrodynamic Systems group from the Institute of Physical Chemistry, PAS. Eventually this will be the place to find information about the group, open positions, addresses etc. For now it is very much under construction.