Surface Nanoengineering group PhD student position Job title: PhD student — scholarship. Job summary: PhD student position available in the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS within National Science Center OPUS 11 Project No. 2016/21/B/ST3/02276 entitled “Spatial organization of metallic nanowires for advanced photonics” (leader dr hab. inż. Joanna Niedziółka-Jönsson). Job […]
We are looking for a highly motivated student to join Surface Nanoengineering Group for a internship! Please send CV and motivation letter to the Group Leader.
Student was selected for participation in the project. Congrats! We would also like to inform that PhD positions are still open. For more information please refer to Jobs page or to the adverts below (in English and Polish). Advert_PhD_Opus Advert_PhD_Sonata Bis Ogłoszenie_PhD_Opus Ogłoszenie_PhD_Sonata BIS
We are looking for a highly motivated student for a project “Ultralong metallic nanowire waveguides – a bridge between the nano- and macroworlds”. The internship will take place between 31 July and 31 October. Please send CV and motivation letter to the Group Leader.
We are currently looking for two PhD positions. More information on our “Jobs” page.
We are looking for a new PhD student within our new grant in collaboration with the Institute of Physics at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, where the student will be based. More information here (in Polish only).
Our recently published article was featured on the front cover of Bioconjugate Chemistry! This paper describes a new method for fast bacteria detection. Fluorescent-magnetic submicroparticles were conjugated with non-modified T4 bacteriophages. Prepared probes combined with widely used flow cytometry enabled fast and easy bacteria detection (in this case, Escherichia coli). Magnetic […]
We are pleased to inform that the paper of Katarzyna Szot-Karpińska was selected to be on the cover of the latest issue of Bioconjugate Chemistry! Great work! The paper describes M13 bacteriophages with a mutation in the gene VII, which specifically binds to carbon nanofibers (CNF) at the end where […]