Bartłomiej Błachowski is a research staff member at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS). His research work has primarily been in the areas of structural dynamics applications, smart structures, computational mechanics, Human-Structure Interaction and Structural Health Monitoring. He has published more than 20 technical papers/reports, including two book chapters. He has been the project leader or Principal Investigator for 5 research projects funded by Poland’s National Science Centre. His most recent research on structural health monitoring systems and wireless sensor applications integrates advanced computing tools and measurement techniques to detect damages in steel frames with bolted connections. His research experience includes international collaboration with scientists from the United States, China and Greece. He was also a member of the PAS Committee on Mechanics (2016-2020). Since 2016 he has served as a topical editor in mechanical engineering for the Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences: Technical Sciences (http://journals.pan.pl/bpasts); its JCR Impact Factor in 2019 is 1.385.
Structural dynamics, structural health monitoring, vibration control, topology optimization.
Błachowski B., Świercz A., Ostrowski M., Tauzowski P., Olaszek P., Jankowski Ł. (2020). “Convex relaxation for efficient sensor layout optimization in large‐scale structures subjected to moving loads”, Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, DOI: 10.1111/mice.12553, pp.1-16.
Błachowski B., Tauzowski P., Lógó J. (2020). “Yield limited optimal topology design of elastoplastic structures”, Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, DOI: 10.1007/s00158-019-02447-9, pp.1-24.
An Y., Chatzi E., Sim S., Laflamme S., Błachowski B., Ou J. (2019). “Recent progress and future trends on damage identification methods for bridge structures”, Structural Control and Health Monitoring, DOI: 10.1002/stc.2416, Vol.26, No.10, pp.e2416-1-30.
Błachowski B., An Y., Spencer Jr. B.F., Ou J. (2017). “Axial strain accelerations approach for damage localization in statically determinate truss structures”, Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, DOI: 10.1111/mice.12258, Vol.32, No.4, pp.304-318.
Pnevmatikos N.G., Błachowski B., Hatzigeorgiou G.D., Świercz A. (2016). “Wavelet analysis based damage localization in steel frames with bolted connections”, Smart Structures and Systems, DOI: 10.12989/sss.2016.18.6.1189, Vol.18, No.6, pp.1189-1202.
An Y., Błachowski B., Ou J. High-damage-sensitivity truss structure damage real-time monitoring system. CN, Dalian University of Technology, Patent number 201610141896.4, Date of grant 2018-04-24.
Tadeusz Burczyński is a professor and director of the Intitute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS). He earned his PhD and DSc (habilitation) degree from Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice. Since 1993 he has been a full professor. He headed the Institute of Computational Mechanics and Engineering, Silesian University of Technology and the Institute of Computer Science, Kraków University of Technology. He holds a number of prestigious national and international positions, such as chair of the PAS Committee on Mechanics, head of the Section of Computational Sciences of the PAS Committee on Informatics, a member of the General Council of the International Association for Computational Mechanics (IACM) and chair of the Committee for Computational Solids and Structural Mechanics of the European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS). He has served as an expert for the European Research Council (ERC) and has been a member of ERC Panel PE8 “Products and Process Engineering” since 2008. He has also served as an expert for the French National Research Agency (ANR) in Labex Jury (2010) and the Spanish Government Program Severo Ochoa (2012). He has been a visiting professor at Politecnico di Milano (Italy), Clarkson University (USA), Delaware University (USA), Erlangen-Nurnberg University (Germany), Braunschweig University (Germany) and Minnesota University (USA).
Computational science and engineering, computer and information science, computational intelligence, computational mechanics and materials science (especially multiscale modelling and optimization of materials, intelligent nano-level design).
Burczyński T., Kuś W., Beluch W., Długosz A., Poteralski A., Szczepanik M. (2020). Intelligent Computing in Optimal Design, Springer.
Maździarz M., Mrozek A., Kuś W., Burczyński T. (1996). “Anisotropic-Cyclicgraphene: A New Two-Dimensional Semiconducting Carbon Allotrope”, Materials, DOI: 10.3390/ma11030432, Vol.11, No.3, 432, 2018.
Maździarz M., Mrozek A., Kuś W., Burczyński T. (2017). “First-principles study of new X-graphene and Y-graphene polymorphs generated by the two-stage strategy”, Materials Chemistry and Physics, DOI: 10.1016/j.matchemphys.2017.08.066, Vol.202, 7-14.
Mrozek A., Kuś W., Burczyński T. (2017). “Method for determining structures of new carbon-based 2D materials with predefined mechanical properties”, International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, DOI: 10.1615/IntJMultCompEng.2017020429, Vol.15, No.5, 379-394.
Mrozek A., Kuś W., Burczyński T. (2015). “Nano level optimization of graphene allotropes by means of a hybrid parallel evolutionary algorithm”, Computational Materials Science, DOI: 10.1016/j.commatsci.2015.05.002, Vol.106, 161-169.
Marszałek A., Burczyński T. (2014). “Modeling and forecasting financial time series with ordered fuzzy candlesticks”, Information Sciences, DOI: 10.1016/j.ins.2014.03.026, Vol.273, 144-155.
Barbara Gambin is an associate professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS), where since 2009 she has headed the Biomechanical Laboratory. She studied mathematics at the University of Warsaw before earning her PhD (1978) from IFTR PAS, specializing in mathematical methods in mechanics. She spent a 1-year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Stuttgart and half a year at the Max-Plank Institute for Solid State Research. She has supervised two finished and three in-progress doctoral (PhD) theses. She is the author and co-author of over 150 scientific papers published in scientific journals, and in conference proceedings published in English, 3 monographs in Polish, and co-editor of two books, including one published by Springer. She chas ooperated with Dresden and Stuttgart University (1975-1987) on the theory of composites, with Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (2008-2015) on fracture mechanics, with the Center of Theoretical Physics, CNRS, Marseille (2005-2008) on continued fractions applications, with Abo University in Finland (2007-2011) on systems biology, and with Belarussian State University in Minsk (2008-present) in the field of applied mathematics.
Theory of continua, composites, coupled fields, ultrasound in medicine and biology, magnetic nanoparticle-mediated hyperthermia.
Gambin B., et al. (2019). “Ultrasound assessment of the conversion of sound energy into heat in tissue phantoms enriched with magnetic micro- and nanoparticles”, Medical Physics.
Nowicki A., Trawiński Z., Gambin B., et al. (2018). “Ultrasound for measurements of flow-mediated dilation and shear rate in the radial artery”, Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology.
Nowicki A., Gambin B., et al. (2016). ”Ultrasonic Measurement of Temperature Rise in Breast Cyst and in Neighbouring Tissues as a Method of Tissue Differentiation”, Arch. Acoustics.
Gambin B., Kruglenko E. (2015). “Temperature Measurement by Statistical Parameters of Ultrasound Signal Backscattered from Tissue Samples”, Acta Physica Polonica.
Ponte-Castaneda P., Telega J., Gambin B. (Eds), (2006). Nonlinear Homogenization and Its Applications to Composites, Polycrystals and Smart Materials, Kluwer Academic Publisher.
Gambin B., Kröner E., Higher‐order terms in the homogenized stress‐strain relation of periodic elastic media, Physica Status Solidi (1989).
Tomasz Lipniacki is a full professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS), where he leads the Laboratory of Modelling in Biology and Medicine and the Department of Biosystems and Soft Matter. For about 4 years he was a visiting researcher at Rice University and Los Alamos National Laboratories (both in the US). His background is in theoretical physics – with PhD and DSc (habilitation) degrees in quantum turbulence – but his current research area is systems biology. His group combines population and single-cell experiments with mathematical modeling involving ordinary and partial differential equations, bifurcation analysis and stochastic processes. The main research focus is on innate immune responses, virology and cancer, and in a broader perspective in heterogeneous responses to stress. He has led about ten grants financed by Poland’s National Science Center, National Science Foundation (Team project) and Vienna Science and Technology Fund (as the Polish PI). Currently, he is a PI of the GRIEG project (financed by the Norwegian Financial Mechanism) and two OPUS grants (financed by Poland’s National Science Center). He is the author of 72 publications cited 1850 times, with H index of 22 (Scopus).
Research interests (keywords):
Systems biology, immune responses, mathematical modeling, stochastic processes, single cell techniques.
Czerkies M., Korwek Z., Prus W., Kochańczyk M., Jaruszewicz-Błońska J., Tudelska K., Błoński S., Kimmel M., Brasier A.R., Lipniacki T. (2018). “Cell fate in antiviral response arises in the crosstalk of IRF, NF-κB and JAK/STAT pathways”, Nature Communications 9:493.
Kochańczyk M., Kocieniewski P., Kozłowska E., Jaruszewicz-Błońska J., Sparta B., Pargett M., Albeck J.G., Hlavacek W.S., Lipniacki T. (2017). “Relaxation oscillations and hierarchy of feedbacks in MAPK signaling”, Scientific Reports 7:38244.
Hat B., Kochańczyk M., Bogdał M.N., Lipniacki T. (2016). “Feedbacks, bifurcations, and cell fate decision-making in the p53 system”, PLoS Computational Biology 12(2):e1004787.
Barua D., Hlavacek W.S., Lipniacki T. (2012). “A computational model for early events in B cell antigen receptor signaling: analysis of the roles of Lyn and Fyn”, Journal of Immunology 189(2):646-658.
Tay S., Hughey J., Lee T., Lipniacki T., Covert M. (2010). “Quake S. Single-cell NF-κB dynamics reveal digital activation and analogue information processing”, Nature 466:267-271.
Adolfo Poma earned his BSc in physics in Peru, then his MSc in computational physics at the University of Campinas (Brazil) in 2008 in the field of rare events. Next he moved to Germany for PhD studies at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research in Mainz under the supervision of Prof. Kurt Kremer and Prof. Luigi Delle Site (FU Berlin). In 2011, he moved to Rome and worked in the group of Prof. Giovanni Ciccotti at the University of “La Sapienza” in the calculation of the quantum free energy and in biomolecular simulations. In 2013, he was appointed as an assistant professor in the group of Prof. Marek Cieplak at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS)., and has been affiliated with the Institute since 2018. His research is focused on the development of computational strategies for biophysical systems from single protein to their assemblies with emphasis on neurodegenerative diseases and recently in COVID-19. His in-house GoMARTINI model is able to capture the nanomechanics of protein complexes. This approach has been validated by all-atom simulations and recently in collaboration with single-molecule force spectroscopy leading groups in Europe the research has quantified molecular interactions that drives biological processes (e.g., receptor-cell interaction).
COVID-19, nanomechanics, proteins, gomartini, plastic degradation, cellulose.
Moreira R., Chwastyk M., Baker J. L., Guzman H.V., Poma A. B. (2020). “Quantitative determination of mechanical stability in the novel coronavirus spike protein”, Nanoscale as a communication.
Senapati S., Poma A. B., Cieplak M., Filipek S., Park P. (2019). “Differentiating between Inactive and Active States of Rhodopsin by Atomic Force Microscopy in Native Membranes”, Anal Chem. 11, 7226.
Poma A. B., Cieplak M., Theodorakis P. E. (2017). “Combining the MARTINI and structure-based coarse-grained approaches for the molecular dynamics studies of conformational transitions in proteins”, J. Chem. Theory Comput. 13, 1366.
Poma A. B., Chwastyk M., Cieplak M. (2015). „Polysaccharide-Protein Complexes in a Coarse-Grained Model”, J. Phys. Chem. B, 119 (36), 12028-12041.
Poma A. B., Delle Site L. (2010). “Classical to Path-Integral Adaptive Resolution in Molecular Simulation: Towards a Smooth Quantum-Classical Coupling”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 250201.
Eligiusz Postek is currently an assistant professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS). He earned his doctorate at IFTR PAS in 1996, and his DSc (habilitation) in mechanics, dealing with coupled problems, at the same Institute in 2014. In addition to IFTR PAS, he has worked at the Institute of Building Technology, Warsaw University of Technology, Catalonia University of Technology, Technical University in Lulea in Sweden, the University of Wales in Swansea (UK), University of Leeds (UK), and University of Sheffield (UK). He is a co-author of 19 publications in journals on the Web of Science database, 38 reviewed conference articles and 44 conference abstracts. He lectures at the Warsaw University of Technology and the Doctoral School at IFTR PAS. He was also a co-supervisor of doctoral dissertations at the Technical University in Lulea and the University of Wales in Swansea. He has experience in cooperating with industrial partners both in Poland and abroad. He has worked on such projects as analysing a high-rise antenna mast, failure pressure of a nuclear reactor safety building, and several others. Currently, his interests focus on the numerical description of materials under dynamic loads with a complex internal structure, as well as their structure evolving in time.
Computational mechanics, coupled problems, composites, cell mechanics, HPC computing.
Postek E., Sadowski T. (2020). “Thermomechanical effects during impact testing of WC/Co composite material”, Composite Structures, DOI: 10.1016/j.compstruct.2020.112054, Vol.241, pp.112054-1-25.
Postek E., Pęcherski R.B., Nowak Z. (2019). “Peridynamic simulation of crushing processes in copper open-cell foam”, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials, DOI: 10.24425/amm.2019.130133, Vol.64, No.4, pp.1603-1610.
Postek E., Lewis R.W., Gethin D.T. (2008). “Finite element modelling of the squeeze casting process”, International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow, DOI: 10.1108/09615530810853619, Vol.18, pp.325-355.
Postek E. (2014). “Parameter sensitivity of a monolayer tensegrity model of tissues”, Journal of Coupled Systems and Multiscale Dynamics, DOI: 10.1166/jcsmd.2014.1054, Vol.2, No.4, pp.179-187.
Kleiber M., Hien Tran-D., Postek E. (1994). “Incremental finite element sensitivity analysis for nonlinear applications”, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, DOI: 10.1002/nme.1620371906, Vol.37, pp.3291-3308.
Elzbieta A. Pieczyska is an associate professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS). She earned her MSc from the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mechatronics, then defended her PhD investigating the thermoelastic effect in steel due to hardening (presented as a keynote lecture during the 11th ICEM 1998 Oxford and 5th AITA 1999 Venice). In 2004-2006 she held a postdoctoral fellowship from the Japan Society for Promotion of Sciences JSPS at the Aichi Institute of Technology AIT, Toyota-City, Japan. She maintains active research collaboration with many research centers in Japan on the investigation of the properties of new materials, e.g. joint papers, workshops, obtaining unique materials, an invited professor position at Fukuoka University in 2019, etc. She completed her habilitation thesis on the “Investigation of thermomechanical properties of TiNi shape memory alloys and polyurethane shape memory polymer”, earning her DSc (habilitation) in 2010. The main results were presented as a plenary invited lecture during the 11th AITA 2007 Florence and 14th Int. Conference on Experimental Mechanics ICEM, Poitiers, France, 2010. She co-chaired the 19th ICEM 2021, Kraków, Poland. She has promoted 3 PhD students: Vladimir Dunic, University of Kragujevac, Serbia, 2016; Maria Staszczak, IFTR PAS, 2019 and Karol Golasiński, IFTR PAS, 2020.
Experimental mechanics and thermomechanics of multifunctional materials - shape memory alloys, shape memory polymers and innovative Ti β alloy - Gum Metal.
Golasiński K.M., Pieczyska E.A., Maj M., Staszczak M., Świec P., Furuta T., Kuramoto S. (2020). “Investigation of strain rate sensitivity of gum metal under tension using digital image correlation”, Archives of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, DOI: 10.1007/s43452-020-00055-9, Vol.20, No.2, pp.53-1-14.
Pieczyska E.A., Maj M., Golasiński K.M., Staszczak M., Furuta T., Kuramoto S. (2018). “Thermomechanical Studies of Yielding and Strain Localization Phenomena of Gum Metal under Tension”, Materials, DOI: 10.3390/ma11040567, Vol.11, No.567, pp.1-13.
Tobushi H., Matsui R., Takeda K., Pieczyska E.A. (2013). Mechanical Properties of Shape Memory Materials, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 400 Oser Avenue, Suite 1600, Hauppauge, N.Y. 11788-3619, USA, pp.1-271.
Pieczyska E.A., Gadaj S.P., Nowacki W.K., Tobushi H. (2006). Phase-transformation fronts evolution for strain- and stress-controlled tension tests in TiNi Shape Memory Alloy”, Experimental Mechanics, Vol.46, pp.531-542.
Pieczyska E.A. (1999). “Thermoelastic effect in austenitic steel referred to its hardening”, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Vol.37, No.2, pp.349-367.
Pawel Sajkiewicz is an experienced scientist in the field of materials science and biomedical engineering, with particular emphasis on polymer materials for applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. He is the initiator and head of the Independent Laboratory of Polymers and Biomaterials at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS) – an expert in the field of synthetic and natural polymers, their structure and properties, with an emphasis on electrospun nanofibers, from both a fundamental and applied perspective. He earned his master’s degree from the Faculty of Materials Science at Warsaw Technical University, his PhD at IFRT PAS. He was a postdoctoral research associate at the University of Tennessee, Materials Science and Engineering Department. He is the author or co-author of over 60 scientific papers and 3 patents. He has lectured at universities and institutes in Italy, Japan, the United States, and Poland. He has been the Principal Investigator and main contractor for numerous scientific projects, both domestic and foreign as well as the coordinator at IFTR PAS of the CePT project (Center for Preclinical Research and Technology), as part of the Innovative Economy Operational Program, 2009-2015. He has received numerous accolades for his scientific and professional achievements, including awards from the President the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Director of IFTR PAS.
Biopolymers, structure, scaffolds, nanofibers, tissue engineering.
Major publications from the last two years:
Szewczyk P.K., Gradys A., Kyun Kim S., Persano L., Marzec M., Kryshtal A., Busolo T., Toncelli A., Pisignano D., Bernasik A., Kar-Narayan S., Sajkiewicz P., Stachewicz U. (2020). “Enhanced piezoelectricity of electrospun polyvinylidene fluoride fibers for energy harvesting”, Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces, Vol.12, No.11, pp.13575-13583.
von Tiedemann P., Maciol K., Preis J., Sajkiewicz P., Frey H. (2019). “Rapid One-Pot Synthesis of Tapered Star Copolymers via Ultra-Fast Coupling of Polystyryllithium Chain Ends”, Polymer Chemistry, pp.1-7.
Enayati M.S., Neisiany R.E., Sajkiewicz P., Behzad T., Denis P., Pierini F. (2019). “Effect of nanofiller incorporation on thermomechanical and toughness of poly (vinyl alcohol)-based electrospun nanofibrous bionanocomposites”, Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, Vol.99, pp.44-50.
Jeznach O., Kołbuk D., Sajkiewicz P. (2019). “Aminolysis of Various Aliphatic Polyesters in a Form of Nanofibers and Films”, Polymers, Vol.11, No.1669, pp.1-16.
Niemczyk-Soczyńska B., Gradys A., Kołbuk D., Krzton-Maziopa A., Sajkiewicz P. (2019). “Crosslinking Kinetics of Methylcellulose Aqueous Solution and Its Potential as a Scaffold for Tissue Engineering”, Polymers, Vol.11, No.1772, pp.1-17.
Janusz Szczepanski is a professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS), a member of its Scientific Council and its deputy director for research. He earned his MSc. (1979) in mathematics (functional analysis) from the University of Warsaw, PhD (1985) in applied mathematics and his DSc (habilitation) degree with distinction (2007) in computer sciences from the Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2014, he received the title of full professor from the President of the Republic of Poland. In 2001-2004, he was a consultant in cryptography with the Certification Authority “Centrast” Co. for Public Key Infrastructure in Poland. He was a visiting scientist at the Miguel Hernandez University, Elche, Spain in 2000 and 2003 and at the University of California, San Diego, in 2004. He received the special Polish Academy of Sciences Award (Huber) in 1989.
He has published papers in such journals as Information Sciences; Proceedings of the American Society; Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods & Applications; Physical Review Letters; IEEE Transactions; Annalen der Physik; Biological Cybernetics; International Journal of Neural Systems; Brain Research; BMC Neuroscience; Neurocomputing; and Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine.
Information theory, neuroinformatics, and the application of dynamical systems and stochastic processes to biological systems and cryptography.
Pregowska A., Kaplan E., Szczepanski J. (2019). “How far can neural correlations reduce uncertainty? Comparison of Information Transmission Rates for Markov and Bernoulli processes”, International Journal of Neural Systems, Vol. 29, No. 8, 1950003.
Pregowska A., Proniewska K., van Dam P., Szczepanski J. (2019). “Using Lempel-Ziv complexity as effective classification tool of the sleep-related breathing disorders”, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, DOI: 10.1016/j.cmpb.2019.105052, Vol.182, pp.105052-1-7.
Pregowska A., Szczepanski J., Wajnryb E. (2016). “Temporal code versus rate code for binary Information Sources”, Neurocomputing, DOI: 10.1016/j.neucom.2016.08.034, Vol.216, pp.756-762.
Szczepanski J. (2009). “On the distribution function of the complexity of finite sequences”, Information Sciences, 179 (9): 1217-1220.
Amigo J. M., Szczepanski J., Wajnryb E., Sanchez-Vives M. V. (2004). “Estimating the Entropy Rate of Spike Trains via Lempel-Ziv Complexity”, Neural Computation, Vol. 16, I. 4, pp. 717 – 736.
Kocarev L., Szczepanski J. (2004). “Finite-space Lyapunov exponents and pseudo-chaos”, Physical Review Letters, 93, 234101.
Szczepanski J. (2001). “A New Result on the Nirenberg Problem for Expanding Maps”, Nonlinear Analysis: Theory Methods & Applications, 43, 91-99.
Jurij Tasinkiewicz is an assistant professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS – 2004-2007 at the Department of Dynamics of Complex Systems; 2007-2013 at the Department of Physical Acoustics; since 2013 at the Department of Ultrasounds). He earned his PhD in information science from the Institute, followed by his DSc (habilitation) degree in the discipline of electronics in 2014.
Acoustic wave generation and scattering by planar structures used in beam-forming applications; synthetic aperture methods in ultrasonography; 3D-4D ultrasound imaging methods.
Trots I., Tasinkevych Y., Litniewski J. (2020). “Estimating the ultrasound attenuation coefficient using complementary Golay codes”, Ultrasonics, vol.102, pp.106056-1-9.
Tasinkevych Y., Falińska K., Lewin P. A., Litniewski J. (2019). “Improving broadband ultrasound attenuation assessment in cancellous bone by mitigating the influence of cortical bone: phantom and in-vitro study”, Ultrasonics, vol.94, pp.382-390.
Trots I., Tasinkevych Y., Nowicki A. (2015). “Orthogonal Golay Codes With Local Beam Pattern Correction in Ultrasonic Imaging”, IEEE Signal Process. Lett., vol.22, No.10, pp.1681-1684.
Tasinkevych Y., Klimonda Z., Lewandowski M., Nowicki A., Lewin P. A. (2013). “Modified multi-element synthetic transmit aperture method for ultrasound imaging: A tissue phantom study”, Ultrasonics, vol. 53, pp. 570—579.
Tasinkevych Y., Trots I., Nowicki A., Lewin P. A. (2012). “Modified synthetic transmit aperture algorithm for ultrasound imaging”, Ultrasonics, vol. 52, pp. 333—342.
Janusz Wójcik is an associate professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS), where he leads the Ultrasound Introscopy Laboratory. He studied physics at the Technical University of Warsaw, specializing in Fourier optics. His doctoral dissertation (1990) concerned nonlinear envelope waves in Vlasov-Maxwell plasma (Langmuir solitons, nonlinear nonlocal Schrödinger equation). He earned his DSc (habilitation) degree in the field of mechanics in 2000 on the basis of work in the field of phenomena occurring in non-linear propagation of acoustic fields. In 2002, he was a visiting researcher at Drexel University in Philadelphia, USA. He is the author of several dozen works in the field of linear and nonlinear acoustics and numerical modeling in this area (in particular applied to biological media). Recently, his research has focused on the phenomena of scattering, acoustical driving force and streaming in suspensions. From 2017 he is a section editor, and since 2018 deputy editor-in-chief of the quarterly Archives of Acoustics.
Nonlinear acoustics, scattering, acoustical streaming.
Wojcik J., Lewandowski M., Żołek N. (2017). “Grating Lobes Suppression by Adding Virtual Receiving Subaperture in Synthetic Aperture Imaging”, Ultrasonics, vol.76, pp.125-135, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ultras.2016.12.
Wojcik J., Gambin B. (2017). “Theoretical and numerical aspects of nonlinear reflection-transmission phenomena in acoustics”, Applied Mathematical Modeling (Else), Vol.42, pp.100-113. DOI: 10.1016/j.apm.2016.10.026.
Wojcik J., Litniewski J., Nowicki A. (2011). “Modeling and analysis of multiple scattering of acoustic waves in complex media: Application to the trabecular bone”, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 130 (4), pp.1908-1918. DOI: 10.1121/1.3625285.
Wójcik J., Nowicki A., Lewin P.A., Bloomfield P.E., Kujawska T., Filipczyński L. (2006). “Wave envelopes method for description of nonlinear acoustic wave propagation”, Ultrasonics, Vol.44., No.3(July), pp.310-339. DOI: 10.1016/j.ultras.2006.04.001.
Wójcik J. (1998). “Conservation of energy and absorption in acoustic fields for linear and nonlinear propagation”, Journal of Acoustical Society of America 104 (5), pp.2654-2663, https://doi.org/10.1121/1.423849.
Marcin Krajewski works as an assistant professor at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (IFTR PAS). He earned MSc degrees in Chemistry and Materials Engineering from the Warsaw University of Technology (Poland), Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Université Toulouse III Paul Sabatier, Aix-Marseille Université (France), and Universidad de Córdoba (Spain). In 2016, he received his Ph.D. degree in Physical Sciences from the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw (Poland). Marcin Krajewski has been a scholarship holder of the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP), the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the ALISTORE European Research Institute, and the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW). Moreover, he is engaged in cooperation with many research groups in Poland as well as abroad (Taiwan, China, United States, United Kingdom). His research interests include the synthesis, characterization and modification of nanomaterials for biomedical, energy- and environmentally-related applications.
Electrochemistry; nanotechnology; materials for energy storage and conversion; magnetic materials; solid state physics and chemistry.
Krajewski M., Liou S.C., Chiou W.A., Tokarczyk M., Małolepszy A., Płocińska M., Witecka A., Lewińska S., Ślawska-Waniewska A. (2020). Cryst. Growth Des. 20, 3208‒3216, DOI: 10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00070.
Krajewski M., Liao P.Y., Michalska M., Tokarczyk M., Lin J.Y. (2019). J. Energy Storage 26, 101020, DOI: 10.1016/j.est.2019.101020.
Krajewski M. (2017). Nanoscale 9, 16511‒16545, DOI: 10.1039/c7nr05823c.
Krajewski M., Lee P.H., Wu S.H., Brzózka K., Małolepszy A., Stobiński L., Tokarczyk M., Kowalski G., Wasik D. (2017). Electrochim. Acta 228, 82‒90, DOI: 10.1016/j.electacta.2017.01.051.
Krajewski M., Brzózka K., Lin W.S., Lin H.M., Tokarczyk M., Borysiuk J., Kowalski G., Wasik D. (2016). Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 18, 3900‒3909, DOI: 10.1039/c5cp07569f.