Head of Department of Physical Chemistry and Technology of Polymers at Silesian University of Technology. He is an expert in the synthesis of electronic conducting polymers, the physicochemical characterization of polymers, oligomers and composite materials, synthesis and characterization of new organic materials for optoelectronics and photovoltaics.
Dr Wojciech Domagala specializes in the area of physical chemistry of charge transfer processes in -conjugated organic semiconductors. Capitalising on his more than 15 years of research work, he has developed significant expertise in the field of electrochemistry and advanced spectroelectrochemistry of molecular systems, ranging from small well-defined molecules to complex macromolecular frameworks and assemblies.
Agnieszka Stolarczyk, PhD, has been working at the Department of Physical Chemistry and Technology of Polymers of the Silesian University of Technology since 2003. Her main research interests are synthesis new conducting polymers materials for gas sensors optoelectronics and gas separation membranes applications. She is also interested in a obtaining a wide gap semiconductor nanomaterials for the gas sensor applications and sensor devices.
Researcher in Department of Physical Chemistry and Technology of Polymers at Silesian University of Technology. He is an expert in the synthesis of conducting polymers, physicochemical characterization of polymers and characterization of new organic materials for optoelectronics and photovoltaics.
Katarzyna Krukiewicz has an extensive expertise in electrochemical analysis and synthesis of conducting polymers. Her research is focused on the design and characterization of biomaterials for the development of multifunctional biologically active coatings, including conducting polymer composites and polymer brushes.
Ph.D. student at Silesian University of Technology. Specializes in synthesis and characterization of new organic materials for optoelectronics. Currently he is working on a doctoral dissertation in the subject of star-shaped molecules based on triazine and carbazole moieties.
PhD student under supervision of Professor Mieczyslaw Lapkowski and Dr. Przemyslaw Data. He is currently investigating charge transfer in organic semiconductor materials and OLED (organic light emitting diodes) within the scope of European project Excilight.
Ph. D. student of Department of Physical Chemistry and Technology of Polymers at Silesian University of Technology. She specializes in synthesis and physicochemical characterization of metal oxide particles and composite materials for separation process.