The most read article

2021-01-25T22:41:31+01:0025th January 2021|

"How To Correctly Determine the Band Gap Energy of Modified Semiconductor Photocatalysts Based on UV–Vis Spectra" is the most read article in the Journal Physical chemistry Letter in the previous 12 months.

Award

2020-11-30T16:04:34+01:0030th November 2020|

Paweł Mikrut was nominated for the international "Scientist of the Future" Award in the category of "Exact and Technical Sciences for an Innovative Future".

Scholarship positions – Sonata project

2020-11-29T22:24:48+01:0024th November 2020|

We offer 2 positions for students to work in Sonata (NCN) project: "Studies on the interaction of semiconductors with metal-organic frameworks (MOF) and its influence on photoinduced processes". For more details please see the attached file.

Professor Macyk among the most influential people of science in the world

2020-11-29T22:23:32+01:0023rd November 2020|

Professor Macyk was on the TOP 2% list of the best scientists in the world. The ranking - developed by Stanford University in cooperation with the Elsevier publishing house and SciTech Strategies - evaluates the entire scientific output of individual researchers according to a bibliometric index, which takes into account criteria such as the Hirsch [...]

Postdoc wanted

2020-07-15T11:08:29+02:007th July 2020|

We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to work within the SOLAR project “Interfacial engineering of semiconductors for highly selective light-driven chemical transformations“. A more detailed offer can be found here and here.

Postdoc wanted

2020-07-15T11:10:18+02:0030th June 2020|

We are looking for a postdoctoral fellow to work within the OPUS-14 project “Remotely light-controlled activity in dyes, proteins, catalysts: imaging, sensing, energy conversion“ A more detailed offer can be found here and here.

Open position – Solar project

2020-06-26T14:50:39+02:0026th June 2020|

We are glad to inform that we are looking for a Ph.D. student to work within the Solar project “Interfacial engineering of semiconductors for highly selective light-driven chemical transformations” More detailed offer can be downloaded from the following link: Detailed offer for students

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