Chemical Sciences

Advisors and supervisors lists:


 - dr hab. inż. Jacek Gramsprof. uczelni, Institute of General & Ecological Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, heterogeneous catalysis, synthesis and characterization of novel porous catalysts, catalytic conversion of biomass, nanoparticles, advanced methods of surface characterization of solids, 0000-0002-5087-7068,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Joanna Kałużna-Czaplińska, Institute of General & Ecological Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, metabolomic research, coupled techniques in clinical and environmental chemistry, 0000-0002-5106-4667,


dr hab. inż. Tomasz Maniecki, prof. uczelni, Institute of General & Ecological Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, novel composite (carbon) materials for field-driven catalysis, e.g. methanol synthesis, characterization of carbon deposit formed during, chemical reactions, 0000-0002-7687-7250,


- dr hab. inż. Małgorzata Szczesio, Institute of General & Ecological Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, crystallography; the structure–activity relationship, 0000-0002-1611-7938,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Małgorzata Iwona Szynkowska-Jóźwik, Institute of General & Ecological Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, instrumental analysis (ToF-SIMS, SEM-EDS, ICP-OES, ICP-MS, LA-ICP-ToF-MS, AAS), trace elements analysis (mainly environmental protection), forensic chemistry, heterogenous catalysis, 0000-0003-1959-3849,


- dr hab. inż. Agata Trzęsowska-Kruszyńska, prof. uczelni, Institute of General & Ecological Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, structural chemistry, crystal engineering, synthesis and research on the structure-activity relationship of organic and coordination compounds, 0000-0002-9763-1276,


- dr hab. inż. Izabela A. Witońska, prof. uczelni, W-3 Faculty of Chemistry, I-31 Institute of General and Ecological Chemistry, processing of waste biomass in the associated biological and chemical processes; catalytic transformation of biomass into valuable chemicals and fuels; industrial heterogeneous catalysis; supported catalysts based on palladium, 0000-0001-9593-5818,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Łukasz Albrecht, Institute of Organic Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, research in the Albrecht group focuses on the development of new synthetic methodologies employing small, chiral organic molecules as catalyst of various stereodifferentiating reaction. Main research topics involve the stereocontrolled synthesis of biologically relevant molecules and designing of new organocatalysts or organocatalytic activation modes. The understanding of mechanisms of organocatalytic reactions based on kinetic and synthetic techniques with particular emphasis on the application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is also an important aspect of our research. We are also involved in studies dealing with photocatalysis and authentication of products using NMR spectroscopy, 0000-0002-4669-7670,


- dr hab. inż. Katarzyna Błażewska, prof. uczelni, W-3, Institute of Organic Chemistry (I-32), medicinal chemistry, structure-activity relationship studies; chemical biology, synthesis of photolabile and bioorthogonally labeled probes for investigation of proteome, proteomics; organic synthesis, heterocyclic and organophosphorus compounds, 0000-0002-1218-7111,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Beata Kolesińska, Institute of Organic Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, biologically active peptides and peptide conjugates with drugs/ biomarkers, hybrid materials based on peptides/proteins, spatial structures of peptides, 0000-0002-4581-947X,


- dr hab. inż. Grażyna Leszczyńskaprof. uczelni, Institute of Organic Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, biologically relevant RNA modified nucleosides: synthesis, chemical and biophysical properties, stress induced decomposition, structure-function relationships of nucleic acids, biogenesis of human diseases, therapeutics, 0000-0002-6874-022X,


- prof. dr hab. Halina Abramczyk, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, vibrational spectroscopy, and ultrafast laser spectroscopy in medical applications, with particular emphasize on cancer diagnostics (Raman microscopy, AFM, SNOM microscopy, femtosecond pump-probe methods, Raman imaging); femtosecond dynamics of the primary events in the bacteriorhodopsin photocycle, photochemistry and femtosecond dynamics of the primary events in phthalocyanine metal complexes, correlations between molecular mechanisms of vibrational relaxation and phase transitions in liquids, supercooled liquids, glasses, crystals, 0000-0002-7222-3583,


- dr hab. inż. Beata Brożek-Płuskaprof. uczelni, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, vibrational spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy and imaging, IR spectroscopy and imaging, photochemistry and laser spectroscopy with special emphasis on mechanisms of chemical and physical processes occurring in picosecond and femtosecond time scale, SNOM, AFM of biological samples with a special emphasis on medical applications, 0000-0001-6924-2655,


- dr hab. inż. Agnieszka Dybała-Defratyka, prof. uczelni, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, modeling condensed phase processes, in particular enzymatic and chemical reactions using modern computational tools, conformational dynamics of biological macromolecules, analyzing interactions in biologically important complexes, 0000-0002-8939-2279,


dr hab. inż. Sławomir Kadłubowskiprof. uczelni, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, radiation chemistry of polymers: research and possible practical applications, mechanism and kinetics of macromolecules reactions induced by the action of ionizing radiation, pulse radiolysis technique with multiangle detection of scattered light, synthesis of polymeric networks of macro- and nanoscopic dimensions, nanogels and the application for drug delivery system, 0000-0003-0648-5208,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Piotr Paneth, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, practical applications of isotope effects in medicine (isotope-ratio mass spectrometry, IRMS in diagnostics) and authentication (IRMS and SNIF-NMR) of food products, theoretical modeling of chemical and enzymatic reactions and associated isotope effects, 0000-0002-3091-8387,


- dr inż. Adam Sikoraprof. uczelni, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, biological chemistry of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species and the development of new, reliable methods of their detection with the use of molecular probes, development of new mitochondria-targeted antitumor and antiproliferative drugs – compounds (to cancer cell proliferation), 0000-0002-4962-8945,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Dorota Światła-Wójcik, Faculty of Chemistry (W3), Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry (I34), computational and theoretical research addressing the energy deposition and impact of ionizing radiation on aqueous solutions, including mechanistic understanding of high-temperature water radiolysis, kinetic modeling of complex chemical systems, molecular dynamics (MD) simulation study of solvent effects on the behavior and reactions of transient radical species, including the role of solute-solvent and solute-solute hydrogen bonding interactions, 0000-0002-8863-9807,


- dr inż. Piotr Szajerski, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, NORM/TENORM materials and their application in building industry, radiological exposure from natural isotopes (especially radon and radium), elaboration of the new methods for reduction of radioactive contaminants in waste and byproduct materials of potential application in building industry, 0000-0001-6664-8115,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Mariusz Wójcik, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, computational and theoretical studies in chemistry and physics: modelling of charge carrier separation in organic solar cells and modelling of electron-ion recombination processes in elementary particle detectors, 0000-0002-4472-2852,


- dr hab. inż. Marian Wolszczakprof. uczelni, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, experimental studies of the impact of reductive species such as hydrated electron and hydrogen atom on vital components of organism, design and development of molecular probes with the possibility of entrapment at a known site within a complex host system, chemical aspects of photodynamic antitumor therapy and diagnostic (fluorescence), 0000-0002-2448-7947,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Dariusz M. Bieliński, Institute of Polymer & Dye Technology, polymer/elastomer composites and nanocomposites: surface engineering and modification, determination of structure – properties relationship towards functionally tailored materials for aerospace, car industry and medicine, tribology of polymers, compounding, processing and exploitation of polymer materials, polymers for special applications, 0000-0003-0675-4594,


- dr hab. inż. Anna Masek, prof. uczelni, Institute of Polymer & Dye Technology, biopolymers and natural compounds, stabilization and ageing of polymers, antioxidants, cellulose and its modification, flavonoids, curcumin, food, additives for polymers, lignocellulose, green chemistry, natural fibers, natural dyes, degradation and lifetime prediction of polymers, modelling and simulation of degradation effects in polymers, biodegradation, recycling, environmental protection, 0000-0003-3785-1995,


- dr hab. Radosław Podsiadły, prof. uczelni, I-33, Institute of Polymer & Dye Technology, synthesis of dyes, photochemical stability of colorants, synthesis and chemical reactivity of fluorescent dyes and fluorogenic probes, luminogenic probes, oxidative release of active compounds, 0000-0002-7822-8182,


- dr hab. inż. Joanna Pietrasik, prof. uczelni, Institute of Polymer & Dye Technology, classical polymer chemistry and problems of material engineering in the context of synthesis of functional materials, reversible deactivation radical polymerization methods (RDRP), 0000-0001-7438-9627,


- dr hab. inż. Magdalena Maciejewskaprof. uczelni, Institute of Polymer & Dye Technology, polymer and elastomer composites; application of ionic liquids in the elastomer technology, vulcanization of elastomers, fillers of rubber compounds; thermogravimetry, differential scanning calorimetry, dynamic mechanical analysis, inverse gas chromatography, 0000-0001-7110-290X,


dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Strzelec, prof. uczelni,  Institute of Polymer & Dye Technology, chemistry and technology of polymers,  advanced functional polymers - design, synthesis, modification and processing, polymer structure-property relationships, synthesis, modification and characterization of polymeric materials: polymer-supported catalysts, composites, adhesives, coatings, self-repairing polymers, polymer foams, polymers from renewable resources, 0000-0001-6450-4337,


- prof. dr hab. inż. Grzegorz Bujacz, Institute of Technical Biochemistry / Biotechnology and Food Sciences, Protein crystallography; structure - function relationship, molecular crystallography - solid state NMR correlation, 0000-0002-3787-7522,

- dr hab. inż. Anna Bujacz, prof. uczelni, Institute of Technical Biochemistry / Biotechnology and Food Sciences, Protein crystallography; structural studies of serum albumins, structure - function relationship of psychrophilic enzymes, 0000-0002-0808-1349,


- dr hab. inż. Marcin Kozanecki, prof. uczelni, Department of Molecular Physics, analysis of the degeneration degree of cartilage tissues by spectroscopic methods; thermo-responsive polymer hydrogels for advanced applications – design, synthesis and characterizations, 0000-0001-7400-6315,


- dr hab. inż. Beata Łuszczyńskaprof. uczelni, Department of Molecular Physics, nanostructured and functional polymer-based materials and nanocomposites; analysis of physical phenomena influencing performance of organic photodiodes, 0000-0002-4274-4222,


- prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Department of Molecular Physics, synthesis of well-defined macromolecules via controlled radical polymerizations; bioconjugates and organic-inorganic hybrids for specialty advanced materials, 0000-0003-1960-3402,


- dr hab. inż. Lidia Okrasaprof. uczelni, Department of Molecular Physics, physical chemistry of polymers: modification; relationships between structure, morphology and properties; molecular dynamics in functional hydrogels, 0000-0002-0710-0392,


- dr hab. Wojciech Pisula, prof. uczelni, Department of Molecular Physics, organic semiconductors in stretchable electronics; supramolecular organization of liquid crystals; relation between D-A polymer design, self-assembly and device functionality; impact of interfacial order on charge carrier transport, 0000-0002-5853-1889,


- prof. dr hab. Jacek Ulański, Department of Molecular Physics, vertical phase separation in semiconductor/dielectric bi-layer composites for organic electronics applications; organic field effect transistors as light sensors, 0000-0003-1834-8470,


- dr hab. inż. Jacek Rogowski, prof. uczelni, Institute of General and Ecological Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, synthesis, investigation and application of silicon carbide based composite nanomaterials with particular focus on their use as catalysts, gas sensors and biocompatible materials for medical applications; the use of time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS) in the study of the of solid surface modified by physicochemical processes of practical importance: solid state reactions, photodegradation, corrosion, 0000-0001-8095-336X,


- dr hab. inż. Justyna Frączyk, Faculty of Chemistry /Institute of Organic Chemistry, Chemical modification of solid support and nanoparticles, modulating properties nanoparticles by incorporating biologically active compounds, hybrid materials, synthesis, study peptide matrix immobilized on solid support, 0000-0003-1647-4123,


- dr hab. inż. Agnieszka Czylkowska, prof. uczelni, Faculty of Chemistry/Institute of General & Ecological Chemistry/Design, synthesis, spectroscopic, thermal and biological studies of new solid coordination compounds with potential drugs, 0000-0001-7157-5408,


- dr hab. Anna Albrecht, Institute of Organic Chemistry/Faculty of Chemistry, the research of Anna Albrecht focuses on new synthetic applications of electron-deficient olefins bearing carboxylic acid moiety that allow for their transformation into structurally diversified, biologically active compounds belonging to the family of chromanones, coumarins and 3,4-dihydrocoumarins, 0000-0001-9948-3986,