In this invited paper we studied the difference that the shape of the microcavity has in in-line Mach-Zehnder interferometers has on their sensitivity. This work is related to previous publications in collaboration between our group and Prof. Śmietana at Warsaw University of Technology., In the previous publications we used a […]
After months of work on the article, Martin and Andrzej finally got their second paper about electrochemical and optical studies using an optical fiber accepted. The article “A microfluidic system for analysis of electrochemical processing using a highly sensitive optical fiber microcavity” will be published in the journal “Optics and […]
We just published an article combining electrochemistry and interferometry in a microcavity. This work was done in collaboration with colleagues from Warsaw University of Technology and the National Institute of Telecommunications, who are responsible for the optics part of the work. The experiment is based on a microcavity in-line Mach-Zehnder […]
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 […]
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.
This is a bit of a late update, but in the end of last year when the National Science Centre announced the results of the latest application round, a consortium grant lead by Mateusz Śmietana from Warsaw University of Technology was approved. Martin is one of three members of that […]