Our researchers – Prof. Feliks Stobiecki, Prof. Roman Świetlik and Prof. Dariusz Kaczorowski have been elected for the Committee of Physics PAS for a 2020-2023 term.
The new nominees will join our other researcher, dr hab .Piotr Kuświk, who is a member of the Committee’s Academy of Young Scholars PAS.
We congratulate our employees on their nominations and wish them fruitful work for the Committee.
Professor Zbigniew Trybuła has been elected to join the prestigious Council of Directors of Research Institutes PAS.
The Council of Directors is a permanent advisory body to the President of the Academy regarding matters of scientific units of the Academy. The Council deals with issues of a high importance for the functioning of the scientific units of the Polish Academy of Sciences. One of the members of the Council is Prof. Małgorzata Witko, who is also a member of the Scientific Council of IMP PAS.
We congratulate our Director and wish him many success and satisfaction from working for the Council of Directors.
The results of the recruitment process to Poznań Doctoral School of the Institutes of Polish Academy of Sciences in physical sciences at Institute of Molecular Physics PAS.
Dr hab. Piotr Kuświk has been nominated to the Polish Intelligent Development Award 2020 in the category "Scientist of the Future” for his scientific project “Influence of the interlayer exchange bias coupling on prependicular anistropy of the ferromagnetic layer in ferromagnet/antifferomaget(ferrimagnet) systems” funded by the National Scientific Centre Poland.
Nominations to the Polish Intelligent Development Award are awarded to Intelligent Development leaders in their fields.
During a 140th session of General Assembly PAS Professor Józef Barnaś has been selected as a new full member of Polish Academy of Sciences.
We send our sincere congratulations and wishes of success to Professor Barnaś.
Dr hab. Konstantin Tretiakov, prof. IFM PAN has been awarded the prestige Minister of Science and Higher Education’s prize for a significant achievement in scientific, didactical, implementational or organizational activity, or for a lifetime achievements.
The prize has been awarded for a significant contribution to the theory of stochastic processes describing movements of normal and cancer cells – which is an another important step on the path to finding a cure for cancer.
We congratulate the laureate on his success!
The National Science Centre Poland has announced that four of our researchers have been granted finances in MINIATURA 3 contest.
The grantees are dr Dorota Dardas, dr Magdalena Knapkiewicz (preliminary research), dr Arkadiusz Frąckowiak (scientific internship), and dr Łukasz Karwacki (research stay).
Congratulation to the Researchers.
Page 1 of 13