People

Paulina Walencik, PhD.

Process engineer, Post-doc researcher

Paulina graduated from the University of Wrocław in 2014, and she pursued her PhD on thermodynamic stability and structure of copper complexes and their impact on redox activity in biological systems. She successfully defended her thesis in 2019. On March 2020 she joined Łukasiewicz Research Network-PORT as an internship. From June 2020 she is working as a post-doc process engineer in ConFold NCN project.

Email me: Paulina.Walencik@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

Katarzyna Chomiak, PhD.

Research engineer, specialist in chromatography

Katarzyna obtained her MSc Eng. degree in Technology of Chemistry at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. In 2010, she started her Ph.D. studies on Polymer and Carbonaceous Materials at her home university. She obtained her doctoral degree in November 2014 and worked for the next 3 years as a research assistant. Since April 2019, she is working as a research engineer in Łukasiewicz Research Network-PORT in Wroclaw. She is a specialist in chromatography.

Email me: Katarzyna.Chomiak@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

Paweł Cwynar, MSc

Process engineer, PhD candidate

Paweł obtained his MSc Eng. Degree in Materials Engineering at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST). He was a member of the research group NONA at the WUST University for 1 year and during this time he realized his master thesis about amyloidogenic proteins and their optical properties. In parallel he completed master studies – Erasmus Mundus Master Programme at the École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay in the field of Nanobiophotonics. During his education, Paweł did two internships at the Aalto University in Helsinki and Institute of Materials Science ICMAB-CSIC in Barcelona. From September he joined Functional Macromolecules Group at Łukasiewicz PORT to pursue his PhD. Paweł’s scientific interests are mainly nanotechnology in biology and medicine applications whereas his personal interests are snowboarding, analog photography, and travels.

Email me: Pawel.Cwynar@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

Mateusz Turski, MSc

Process engineer, PhD candidate

Mateusz graduated from the University of Wrocław in 2017, where he defended his master thesis: „Quantum-mechanics calculation for homo and heteromacrocycles”. After graduation he started working in Vetoquinol Biowet pharma company situated in Gorzów Wielkopolski. In Semptember 2020 he joined Functional Macromolecules Group at Łukasiewicz PORT as a PhD candidate working on ConFold project. His hobby are making origami, reading books and learning about Orient.

Email me: Mateusz.Turski@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

Sara Kozub

Intern, Master student

Sara completed bachelor’s degree in forensic chemistry and toxicology. Her bachelor thesis was about biomedical applications of polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes. Currently, she is a Master student of University of Wrocław with major in medical chemistry. On June 2020 she joined Functional Macromolecules Group as an intern to work on sequence-defined, aliphatic oligocarbamates with full control of stereocenters for her master degree project.

Email me: Sara.Kozub@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

Weronika Forysiak

Intern, Master student

Weronika studied forensic chemistry and toxicology at University of Wrocław, and in 2019 I have completed her bachelor’s degree with thesis „Biomaterials based on functionalized silicon compounds”. Now, she is a Master student of Medical chemistry at University of Wrocław. Weronika is a Master student at University of Wrocław. On June 2020 she joined Functional Macromolecules Group as an intern to work on aromatic, sequence-defiened oligocarbamates for her master project. „I am interested in combining chemistry with medicine, like drug design or implant design and I enjoy creating computer graphic, reading books and listening to criminal podcasts.”

Email me: Weronika.Forysiak@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl

Maksymilian Szatko

Intern, Master student

Maksymilian Maksymilian obtained the bachelor’s degree in chemistry and industrial analytics at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST). In his thesis he examined the spectroscopic properties of lanthanide doped fluorite crystals. At this moment, he is Master student of WUST with major at bioinformatics. On October 2020 he joined Functional Macromolecules Group as an intern to work on simulating spatial structure of sequence-defined polymers. In his spare time, he enjoys playing role-playing games and explore forgotten places.

Email me: Maksymilian.Szatko@port.lukasiewicz.gov.pl


Former members

Niels Andre, (11.2019-6.2020), process engineer in ConFold NCN project.

Avish Golakiya (06.2020-09.2020), intern from Biotechnology Department, Wroclaw University.

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