"Molecular Physics Kindergarten" is a new offer of IMP PAS addressed to high school students. The goal of "Kindergarten" is to familiarize young people with current scientific issues and their participation in research carried at the Institute.
The first year 2019/2020 lectures were attended by students of three high schools: Zespół Szkół Nr 1 im. Powstańców Wielkopolskich in Swarzędz, XXXVIII Dwujęzyczne Liceum Ogólnokształcące im. Jana Nowaka-Jeziorańskiego in Poznań and Liceum Ogólnokształcące Św. Marii Magdaleny in Poznań.
We invite schools and young physics enthusiasts to cooperate with us in the next school year. Details will be available soon on our website.
Our Institute has become an official partner and co-organizer of the European Researchers' Night in Poznań, and the beneficiary of the project H2020-MSCA-NIGHT-2020 "Scientists from various fields teach us how to care for the planet on a daily basis. Nightforearth" (The European Researchers' Night), Horizon 2020 (EU). The application for financing of this year's event received the maximum number of points from the European Commission. The project coordinator on the part of the Institute of Molecular Physics PAS is dr inż. Dorota Dardas.
The European Researchers' Night at the Institute of Molecular Physics PAS has been organized for two years. Until now, it took place in the form of the event "In the labyrinth of physics", which accompanied the Europe-wide celebration of the Researchers' Night.
Due to the current epidemic situation, the event date has been moved to November 27th, 2020, and the program and organization of the event will be adapted to changing conditions on an ongoing basis.
Two our scientists have been granted within the 35th edition of NCN competitions.
Mgr inż. Sylwia Zięba, will carry out research for PRELUDIUM 18 project "Influence of temperature and pressure on the helical hydrogen bond network of a new solid electrolytes.” (funding amount - 209 996 PLN).
Dr Mirosław Werwiński, received funding for the project under the new PRELUDIUM BIS 1 competition, which main goal is to support the education of doctoral students in doctoral schools and to finance research projects carried out by doctoral students as part of their doctoral dissertation . The applicant received 444,000 PLN for the project "Future permanent magnets from design".
Dr. eng. Krzysztof Ptaszyński has received prestigious START 2020 stipend of the Foundation for Polish Science.
The stipend of Dr. eng. Krzysztof Ptaszyński has been distinguished and his achievements and scientific achievement were considered outstanding and received the highest rank in the competition.
The goal of the START programme is "to serve as recognition of the scientific attainments so far by these young scholars and as an incentive for further growth by enabling them to devote themselves fully to their research”.
Congratulations to our laureate!
The Patent Office of the Republic of Poland granted two new patents for our Institute :
- Patent P.232348 "Method for producing multi-fibrous composites" developed in co-operation with Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals - The Łukasiewicz Research Network. The co-authors of this patent are prof. IFM PAN Bartłomiej Andrzejewski and Prof. IFM PAN Wojciech Kempiński.
- Patent P.412579 "Head of the system for testing and demonstration of phenomena observed in superfluid helium”, which was obtained together with Wrocław University of Science and Technology and Polish Oil Mining and Gas Extraction S.A. The co-authors of this patent from our Institute are prof. IFM PAN Wojciech Kempiński and Prof. Zbigniew Trybuła.
The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR) announces a new program for Polish scientists and entrepreneurs working on diagnostics, treatment and prevention of viral diseases. The aim of this program financed from European Funds is to prevent the spread of coronavirus pandemics, including SARS-CoV-2. The solutions and innovations developed within this program are intended not only to provide ongoing assistance, but also to contribute to thinking about a secure future in a wider context.
The call for proposals will start on May 6 and end on December 31, 2020. The program budget is PLN 200 million.
Dr. Eng. Krzysztof Ptaszyński is an another employee of our Institute, who was a guest appearance on the Polish RDC Radio. During the broadcast of “From another planet” series he tried to explain the complex issues of quantum information, entropy and time direction in quantum systems.
Dr Krzysztof Ptaszyński is a holder of the Minister of Science and Higher Education’ scholarship, and his work "Entropy Production in Open Systems: The Predominant Role of Intra-Environment Correlations” has recently been highlighted by Physics magazine.
Polish RDC Radio (Radio Dla Ciebie) is a regional radio station of Radio Poland, broadcasting in Warsaw, Masovian Voivodeship, and also on the Internet.
During the Polish Science Gala organized in Toruń on the Polish Science Day on 19 February, Prime Minister's and Minister of Science and Higher Education's prizes were awarded to 138 scientists.
Two employees of our Institute were among those honored for outstanding scientific achievements: Prof. IFM PAN dr hab. Konstantin Tretiakov and Prof. dr hab. Dariusz Kaczorowski (representing the Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research PAS).
Congratulations to the winners!
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