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Maria Stefaniak wins the Chasman 2021 award!

Maria Stefaniak

Maria Stefaniak, PhD student at the Faculty of Physics of the Warsaw University of Technology, together with Mikaela Dunkin (Stony Brook University) became laureates of the Renate W. Chasman 2021, awarded by Brookhaven Women in Science (BWIS)

New research project of the team leaded by prof. Piotr Lesiak

One dimensional photonic crystal in nematic liquid crystal doped with gold nanoparticles in a capillary with a 60 µm diameter

A prototype of an innovative energy storage facility is being developed at the Faculty of Physics

Zuzanna Podgórska in the FameLab final on April 25.

The article of the team of dr inż. Anna Wróblewska in the prestigious Carbon journal

LED lighting safe for human eyesight

Theory confirmed by research

Dwuwymiarowy dyfraktogram rentgenowski krystalicznej warstwy Pd (a) oraz dyfraktogram warstwy całkowicie stopionej impulsem optycznym (b).

Materials' special issue on photonic sensors

Dr hab. Piotr Lesiak, prof. scholarship, the Special Issue Guest Editor for Materials (140 points, IF 3.057) invites submissions. The theme of the issue "Recent Advances in Photonic Sensors". The deadline for submission of articles is September 30, 2021.

Prof. Zbroszczyk among the winners of the SONATA BIS competition

Prof. Hanna Zbroszczyk will implement the project "Exploration of the QCD Phase Diagram of Strongly Affecting Matter in HADES and CBM Experiments at GSI / FAIR" financed by the National Science Center under the SONATA BIS program.

Expert article "point of view" by prof. P. Magierski in the APS journal

An article "Point of view" by prof. Piotr Magierski from our Faculty. The title of the article is "The smallest leaky circumference in nature".

Publication of an employee of our Faculty in Nature Physics !!!

The paper "Gain-induced topological response via tailored long-range interactions" by dr inż. Paweł Jung from the Faculty of Physics of the Warsaw University of Technology had the opportunity to prepare thanks to the cooperation with the team of prof. Demetrios Christodoulides from the University of Central Florida (USA) and prof. Mercedeh Khajavikhan from the University of Southern California (USA) as part of a research grant from the Ministry of Education and Science "Mobility Plus". Haldane's 1988 model was implemented for the first time in photonics.