President of the Management Board, ENSEMBLE³ LLC, Łukasiewicz – Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics Professor,Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw
Research Interest: novel crystal growth based materials, eutectic materials, composites, nanoparticles doped materials, oxides, photonics, plasmonics, metamaterials, topological insulators, single crystals, materials science, chemistry and physics of solid state.
PhD from School of Physics, IISER Thiruvananthapuram, India
Research Interest: Optoelectronics, Scanning Probe Microscopy, Eutectic materials, Oxides, Topological Insulators,
PhD from Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR), CSIR-CMERI Campus, India
M. Tech from NIT Durgapur, India Research Interest: 2D materials, Graphene, MXene, Energy storage, Supercapacitor, Battery, Electrochemistry, Photo-electrochemistry, Dielectric material, Eutectic materials.
Ph.D., M.Phil., & M.Sc., From Alagappa University, Karaikudi-630 003, Tamilnadu, India.
Research Interest: Organic Scintillators, crystal growth from solution and melt, Photocatalysis, Metal chalcogenides, Nanoparticle synthesis, Plasmonic, Nanoparticle direct doping, Micro-pulling down method and Optical glass fibers fabrication and evaluation.
PhD from Institute of Electronic Materals Technology (ITME) currently Łukasiewicz Research Network - Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics, Warsaw, Poland
Research Interest: Eutectic materials, plasmonics, photonics
PhD from Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil
Research Interest: Optical Materials, Optical glasses doped with metal nanoparticles and rare earth elements, Optical Spectroscopy, Ultrafast Spectroscopy
Ph.D. from Koç University, Turkey
Research Interest: 2D materials, Surface Science, Eutectic materials, Photoelectrochemistry.
Functional Materials Technology - Prof. D. A. Pawlak's group (DAP). This group is responsible for the development of new materials technologies, based on the technologies already developed in prof. DAP team (directional eutectic solidification, eutectic layers, direct doping of nanoparticles, directional solidification of organic and inorganic monocrystals and composites) and necessary developments. development. This group develops materials according to specific needs/properties/functionalities and applications that other groups, including application groups as well as theory and characterization groups. This group is also a "materials recognition" group, developing new materials and proposing potential new ideas and research directions based on materials materials. The research and findings of this group are used as a basis by other teams, including theory, characterization, and applications groups.
This group will be responsible for development of the novel material technologies, based on the technologies already developed in DAP’s team (directional eutectic solidification, eutectic layers, nanoparticles direct doping, directional solidification of organic and inorganic single crystals and composites) as well as any necessary developments. The group will develop materials according to the specific needs/properties/functionalities and applications which the other groups will work on/look for including the application groups as well as the theory and characterization groups. This group will also be a ‘materials scouting’ group developing new materials and proposing potential new research ideas and directions on a materials basis. The research and findings of this group will be used as the groundwork by other teams, including theory, characterization and application teams.
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