Wrocław Research Centre EIT +
is a network of specialized scientific-research and technological laboratories as well as measurement and specialist laboratories, which are concentrated in 6 research areas:
Dr n. med. Łukasz Kozera
National Coordinator for biobanking
Doctor of medical sciences in the field of medical biology, graduate of the Faculty of Biotechnology and Medical Analytics. In the years 2005-2008 he completed doctoral studies at the Institute of Cardiovascular Research at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Leeds. After graduating he worked in the Department of Rheumatology of the Institute of Molecular Medicine (Leeds), where he managed the tissue bank and the program for detecting modern biomarkers of rheumatoid diseases. He is the originator of one of the first population biobanks in Poland, which was established as part of the BioMed research project of WRC EIT + …
The Area of Biotechnology
Dr hab. n. med. Małgorzata Krzyżowska
Doctor of medical sciences with habilitation degree (Medical University of Bialystok, specialty: medical biology), graduate of the Faculty of Biology at the University of Warsaw. Two-time fellow of Intra-European Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship and participant of postdoctoral fellowships under the EFSI and Svenska Institutet fellowships (France, Sweden). The employee of Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm (2007-2010). A long-time university teacher. The head of 6 NCN research projects (Opus, Harmonia). The author of over 50 original scientific publications (Nature Immunology, Cell Death and Disease, Cell Death and Differentiation, AIDS, PLoS One, Toxicology in Vitro, International Journal of Nanomedicine). Scientific interests: mechanisms of antiviral immunity, use of nanotechnology to construct new viral and bactericidal agents as well as in regenerative medicine (skin, mucous membranes). Area: nanotechnology in regenerative medicine and the search for new bactericidal and virucidal agents
The Area of Nanobioengineering
Dr hab. inż. Artur Bednarkiewicz
Artur Bednarkiewicz was granted the degree of MSc. Eng. in the field of Physics and Biomedical Engineering at the Wrocław University of Technology in 1998 and the doctoral and post doctoral (habilitation) degree of physical sciences at the Institute of Low Temperatures and Structural Research (INTiBS), Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) in 2003 and 2013 in the group of W.Stręk, professor. From April 2015 he is the associate professor at INTiBS. After postdoctoral fellow at the Joint Research Center, European Commission, Italy (2005-2009), he initiated the interdisciplinary NAOMIS group (Nanoparticle Assisted Molecular Imaging and Sensing) and carried out a research project at the Wrocław Research Centre EIT +, where he dealt with spatially-induced hybridoma cell selection …
The Area of Engineering and Special Materials
Dr hab. Robert Kudrawiec
The graduate of the Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology at the Wrocław University of Technology (solid state physics 2000), from the beginning of his professional career he was associated with the Wrocław University of Technology (PWr). He defended the doctoral thesis titled „Optical properties of nitrogen diluted compounds and their low dimensional structures” in 2004 at the Institute of Physics of PWr, and obtained the habilitation degree in 2010 based on the dissertation entitled “Selected properties of semiconductors of group III-V diluted with nitrogen” also at the Institute of Physics, PWr.
In 2006-2007 he completed postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University, and in 2011-2012 he was a visiting professor at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory …
The Area of Modern Materials for Photonics and Electronics
Prof. dr hab. Detlef Hommel
A professor at the University of Bremen at rest, where he ran the Department of Physics and Semiconductors for many years. He mainly dealt with the optoelectronics of epitaxy, i.e. a part of the physics of solid bodies, through which the current can be converted into visible light. Leopoldian professor at the University of Wrocław. He cooperated with Japanese, American and Polish universities. In recent years he is associated with the Wrocław Research Centre EIT +, where from January 2018 he holds the position of the Leader of the Modern Materials for Photonics and Electronics area.ocławskiego.
Each of the areas brings together several specialized laboratories. Thanks to this, a given area can focus on selected scientific and technological issues and carry out both scientific and research work as well as pilot studies for industry in a comprehensive way. All laboratories of the Wrocław Research Centre EIT + are equipped with the highest-class research equipment that allows conducting application research with the highest quality standards.
Posted by Wrocławskie Centrum Badań EIT+, Posted on 07.10.2015