I am a student of the 2nd year of MSc studies of Nanostructure Engineering at the Department of Physics of the University of Warsaw. During my BSc studies I was working in Laboratory of Organic Nanomaterials and Biomolecules, where I finished my bachelor diploma under supervision of Dr. Wiktor Lewandowski. I participated in two projects which were focused on synthesis of hybrid structures based on carboxylic graphene derivative. I presented my research results during national and international conferences. In October 2016 I have joined Dr. Majewski research group, as a member of the First Team project funded by the Foundation for Polish Science. I will be involved in a development of novel techniques for the directed self-assembly of block copolymer thin films. I am also a member of the Student Scientific Association “Nanorurki”. In my free time I like sailing and skiing.
I am a MSc Student of Nanostructures Engineering at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw. I executed my Bachelor’s thesis in the Laboratory of Optics on Plasmon – Polariton Structures led by Dr hab. Jacek Szczytko. My project was focused on a new class of semiconductor materials: transition metal dichalcogenides crystals (TMDCs). The main goal was to determine and descript of a new method to indicate their thickness of layers with using confocal microscope and Raman spectroscopy. During my short scientific career also I was working in projects with e.g. Nanoparticles, NMR spectroscopy (Faculty of Chemistry, 2016), XRD and perovskite materials (internship in Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin, 2017). On my MSc I am mainly working on thin organic materials films (polymers, LC, dyes) for magneto-optical Faraday rotation measurements. Someone once said that I am a ‘scientific chameleon’, because I find something interesting very quickly in new research area. I am also a head of the students group: Students Scientific Society ‘Nanotubes’ since 2016. Besides scientific interests I enjoy travelling, reading crime stories, doing active sport and baking cakes. Now I am working in Dr Paweł Majewski Research Group in collaboration with Dr hab. Jacek Szczytko Laboratory at the Faculty of Physics.