Master theses

List of the example proposed master theses:

Prof. Michał Banaszak

1) Modeling of mixtures of block copolymers as potential intelligent materials.

2) Simulation of dynamics in dry ionic copolymers.

Dr hab. Krzysztof Gibasiewicz:

1) Electrochemical and optical studies of photoelectrodes composed of photosynthetic proteins and conducting glass;

2a) Primary steps of electron transport in photosynthetic proteins immobilized in redox hydrogel matrix;

2b) Preparation and characterization of solar devices based on conductive polymers and photosynthetic proteins.

Dr hab. Tomasz Grzyb:

Synthesis and up-conversion luminescence properties of  Yb3+, Nd3+ and Er3+-doped LiYF4 nanoparticles

Dr Mateusz Kempiński:

1) Electronic properties of graphene-based structures at different oxidation levels;

2) Influence of surface structurization on the wettability of solid surfaces

Dr hab. Jarosław S. Kłos:

Computer simulations of neutral and charged polymer systems in various environments

Dr hab. Jarosław W. Kłos:

1) Numerical calculations of magneto-elastic excitations in nanostructures;

2) Designing of microwave filters based on periodic microstripe lines

Prof. Tomasz Kostyrko:

Influence of interference effects on the thermoelectric power of functionalized/defected carbon nanostructures (graphene stripes, nanotubes)

Prof. Maciej Krawczyk:

1) Collective wave excitations in skyrmion lattices  – control of interaction between topological states of magnetizations in nanodots;

2) Systematic investigation of wave band structure in artificial crystals by control properties of the interface regions

Dr hab. Aleksandra Trzaskowska

Elastic properties of loaded photovoltaic substrates

Dr hab. Aleksandra Pajzderska:

Molecular dynamics simulations of energy materials

Prof. Marek Szafrański:

 1) Hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite photovoltaics under high pressure;

2) Studies of barocaloric effects for solid-state cooling applications

Prof. Małgorzata Śliwińska-Bartkowiak:

 1) The wetting energy measurements (surface tensions, contact angles) for  the  Lennard – Jones (small molecules) and also ionic  liquids on different surfaces (HOPG, silica, mica, funcionalized graphene surfaces);

2) The density changes on liquids monolayers at the different surfaces relatively to the bulk (AFM/STM methods);

3) Phase transition of confined liquids – the melting behavior of liquids in nanopores (melting in quasi 2-dimmensional conditions) by dielectric and DSC methods

Dr hab. Ireneusz Weymann:

Analysis of thermoelectric transport properties of correlated molecular systems

Dr hab. Maciej Wiesner:

The effect of a periodic potential on electron and phonon transport in 2D materials

Dr hab. Marcin Ziółek:

1) Studies of dye-sensitized solar cells with solid state electrolyte;
2) Ultrafast laser studies of hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite materials