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Piotr Ślęczkowski, MSc Eng.

By om-in-nano - Posted on 20 February 2010

Mgr inż. Piotr Ślęczkowski

Piotr Ślęczkowski MSc. Eng.

MSc Eng. since 2009

Institut des NanoSciences de Paris (INSP)
Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC - Paris 6)
22-12, 4eme étage, bureau 01
4 place Jussieu, boîte courrier 840
75252 Paris cedex - France



10.2003 - 12.2010 - Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Gliwice, Poland (MEng Chemical Engineering in 2010)
09.2007 - 07.2009 Erasmus Mundus Master Molecular nano- and bio-photonics for telecommunications and biotechnologies
09.2007 - 02.2008 Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, LPQM, Cachan, France (MSc Physics in 2009)
02.2008 - 06.2008 University of Wroclaw, Faculty of Chemistry, Wroclaw, Poland
10.2008 - 06.2009 Wroclaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Wroclaw, Poland (MEng Chemical Technology in 2009)

Practical experience and employment:
July-August 2007 Department of Chemistry - University of Glasgow, Scotland summer project on Synthesis and analysis of titania nanomaterials. Various techniques of synthesis (sol-gel, hydrothermal, microwave hydrothermal) of TiO2 compounds followed by SEM and XRD study.
July-September 2008  - Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques (Barcelona, Spain) summer fellowship on "Hybrid organic-inorganic layer structures towards devices for photonic applications". Material study of various polymer-quantum dot blends (quantum yield, photo- and electroluminescence) followed by device fabrication and testing (current density, luminance, luminous efficiency).
August - October 2009 - Summer internship at Nanoelectronics Center (Electrical Engineering Dpt., Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa) (project: Time-of-Flight experiments of thin-layer organic devices; group of Prof. Nir Tessler)

Additional activities:
Expedition inside Culture - non-profit organization aiming to find a new ways for education of people e.g. in multicultural groups.

Research work and fields of interests:
discotic liquid crystals as self-organizing molecular wires
organic electronic devices
various aspects of chemical engineering