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New projects and research activities at IFM PAN

We are pleased to announce that our six scientists are winners of the last editions of the National Science Center competitions.

Prof. dr hab. Eng. Dariusz Kaczorowski received funds in the amount of PLN 2,328,000 for the implementation of the OPUS 21 project "Anomalous electron transport in magnetic insulators and topological semimetals", which will be carried out jointly by the INTiBS PAN and the IFM PAN.

Dr. hab. Eng. Mirosław Werwiński received funds in the amount of PLN 1,994,600 for the OPUS 21 project "Search for permanent magnets free of heavy rare earths using machine learning".

As part of the MINIATURE 5 call for proposals, funding for scientific activities was also obtained by:

  • Dr. Eng. Karol Synoradzki received PLN 49,940 for the research activity MINIATURA 5 "Thermoelectric nanocomposites based on Heusler alloys made of amorphous precursors".
  • Dr. Eng. Przemysław Skokowski received PLN 49,500 for the scientific activity "Synthesis of thin layers of Lavesa RCo2 (R - rare earth) phases for magnetocaloric applications".
  • Dr. Eng. Hubert Głowiński received PLN 48,070 for the scientific activity "The influence of antiferromagnetic ordering on the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya impact".
  • Dr. Eng. Jakub Wojciech Narojczyk received for the scientific activity PLN 36,212 for the action "f.c.c. crystals of hard spheres with atomic and molecular inclusions - a comparison of auxeticity”.

We congratulate all beneficiaries on their successes and wish them good luck in implementing their projects!

New popular science projects at IFM PAN

We are happy to announce that the series of lectures "Physics of Poznań", conducted by our employees, received the support of the Ministry of Education and Science as part of the "Social Responsibility of Science" program.

Under the same program, support was given to the project of Dr. Łukasz Lindner "Physics in Motion", which will be implemented as a national construction competition.

Congratulations to our beneficiaries and we wish them good luck!

24th Poznań Festival of Science and Art

Poznański Festiwal Nauki i Sztuki

We invite you to the Poznań Festival of Science and Art organized on November 8-19 in a new, hybrid formula, in which live meetings will be combined with online activity, broadcast in real time.

During the festival, our institute will present on-line shows: “The wave is not equal to another wave”, ”Warm, getting warmer”, “Why are liquid crystals fascinating?”, “Twisted electrons on a racetrack”, “A revolution in displaying an image: from a cathode ray tube to quantum dots”, “Quantum processor and qubits”, “Fuel cells - green energy”, and a live show in the Old Market Square “States of matter - solid, liquid and gas - is that all?“

The "Festival" is an academic event popularizing science and art among the community of Poznań and the surrounding area, as well as participants from other regions of the country.

Program and information:

Prime Minister's Award for Dr. Krzysztof Ptaszyński

Nagrody Prezesa Rady Ministrów

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki awarded Dr. Krzysztof Ptaszyński for an outstanding doctoral dissertation defended in 2020. It is a great distinction and recognition for Dr. Ptaszynski's scientific achievements and also for the activities of our Institute.

We would like to congratulate Dr. Krzysztof Ptaszyński and also wish him further great scientific successes.

Letter from The Office of Prime Minister.

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