Our group becomes more and more international. For three months we will host Mr. Claudio Imparato from Italy. Claudio is a PhD student at University of Naples Federico II, where he works in the group of Prof. Antonio Aronne.
The photocatalytic conference EEPM3 that will be organized by our group is getting closer and closer. See you in May in Kraków.
We have a new photo of our group, taken at the roof of our Faculty. We aim high!
The Team of Photocatalysis has two new members: Dr. Taymaz Tabari from Iran joined us as a post-doc, while Mr. Kasidid Yaemsunthorn from Thailand will work on his PhD. Welcome to Kraków!
Our group is going to organize the EEPM3 conference.
The 3rd International Symposium on Energy and Environmental Photocatalytic Materials (EEPM3) is the continuation of a series of conferences initiated in 2014. The conference covers a wide range of fundamental and applied research areas pertaining to light harvesting, solar energy conversion and storage, environment remediation, clean technologies and sustainable chemical processes with the focus on photocatalytic and photoelectrocatalytic reactions. This meeting serves as an inspiring forum for the discussion of interdisciplinary research from around the world through a variety of formats, including plenary, keynote and invited lectures, oral and flash presentations, poster sessions and commercial exhibition.
The conference will start on May 15th and will end on May 19th. More info can be found on the conference website.
Professor Wojciech Macyk is the laureate of the prestigious Award of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for outstanding scientific achievements in 2017. The awards ceremony took place on December 11, 2017 in Łazienki Królewskie Park, Warsaw.
The prizes were awarded for outstanding scientific achievements, individual and collective didactic achievements and organizational successes in the past year. During the ceremony, Minister Gowin said: “Looking at the winners, I know that Polish science is getting better and better, and Polish academics have reached the world level.”
Dr. Przemysław Łabuz obtained a grant from National Science Centre within SONATA 11 programme. The project goal and title are “Mechanisms of toxicity and phototoxicity of photoactive oxide nanomaterials”.
On October 26, 2016, the President of the Republic of Poland, Andrzej Duda, nominated 99 academic teachers and employees of science and art at the Presidential Palace in Warsaw. Among the nominees there was Wojciech Macyk.
(photo by Krzysztof Sitkowski / KPRP)