Few members of our group have attended the 10th European meeting on Solar Chemistry and Photocatalysis: Environmental Applications (SPEA10), held in Almería, Spain, on June 4th – 8th 2018. We have presented 3 lectures and 3 posters. The schedule of the conference was haeavily packed with lectures worth listening to. We are now back in Poland with new knowledge and ideas for future work!
Prof. Wojciech Macyk and dr Joanna Kuncewicz are laureates of the prestigeous Foundation for Polish Science TEAM project. The project entitled “In quest of a more efficient quantum solar energy exploitation in energy downhill and uphill photocatalytic processes (INGENIOUS)” goals are to elaborate various photocatalytic and hybrid photocatalytic/catalytic materials with significantly improved efficiencies of quantum solar energy utilization.
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)
MSc. Marcin Surówka obtained a grant from National Science Centre within PRELUDIUM 8 programme. The project goal and title are “Charakterystyka spektroskopowa i fotokatalityczna materiałów opartych na tlenku tytanu(IV) modyfikowanych różnymi tlenkami metali”.
Prof. Paweł Kulesza from University of Warsaw was our guest today.
In September and October our results were presented at several conferences in Poland and abroad:
The second recruitment procedure has been finished and the new TEAM members have been selected:
Dr. Kezhen Qi (post-doc)
Kacper Pilarczyk (student)
Małgorzata Kubiak (student)
Michał Kawa (student)
We would like to acknowledge everybody who applied. The last recruitment will be announced in spring 2014.
Dr. Joanna Kuncewicz came back after a long (30 months) post-doctoral leave to Sapporo, Hokkaido University (group of Prof. Bunsho Ohtani).