Our Department participates in international research projects:

» ECNP – European Center of Nanostructured Polymers

» NAWA CHINA – New polymer Vis-NIR photodetectors – synthesis of new semiconductors and optimization of device parameters (leader prof. Beata Luszczynska)

» PrintedQDD – New structuring methods for printing of QD-LEDs for signage application; in frame of: POLAND – BERLIN-BRANDENBURG (5th Call) (Photonics, microelectronics and quantum technologies as key enabling technologies for the digital transformation, energy transition, smart mobility and life sciences); partners: Fraunhofer-Institute for Applied Polymer Research, Potsdam (Germany), Lodz University of Technology (Poland) leader B. Luszczynska, QWERTY Sp. z o. o., Lodz (Poland), Allresist GmbH, Strausberg (Germany)

» CaPreCon – Cartilage Protection and Regeneration Consortium; in frame of: EURONANOMED III (JOINT TRANSNATIONAL CALL FOR PROPOSALS (JTC2020) FOR “EUROPEAN INNOVATIVE RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN NANOMEDICINE”); partners: UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL (Canada), UNIVERSITY OF CAEN NORMANDIE (France), Lodz University of Technology (Poland) leader J. Ulanski, LfC Sp. z.o.o. (Poland)

CLICK HERE to see a list of completed international projects in which we have participated.

National research projects being realized in our Department:

+ Electrodes’ surface modification with new perylene derivatives and study of electrode-semiconductor interfaces in printed organic optoelectronics devices (prof. Beata Luszczynska, NCN Opus)

+ Organic semiconductors in stretchable electronics (Prof. Wojciech Pisula, NCN Opus)

+ Study on the structure related dielectric properties and molecular dynamics of poly(dimethylsiloxane) crosslinked by metal-ligand coordination (MSc Angelika Wrzesinska, NCN Preludium)

+ New Bottle-Brush copolymers and osteoarthritis (Prof. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Prof. Marcin Kozanecki, NCN Opus)

+ The Role of Diffusion in Synthesis and Physico-Chemical Properties of Polymer Hydrogels – Simulations and Experiments (Prof. Marcin Kozanecki, NCN Opus)

+ Self-standing, flexible and solution processable organic field effect transistors for complementary inwerter applications (PhD Tomasz Marszalek, FNP First Team)

+ Graphene-transition metal oxide hybride structure: synthesis and application as anode and cathode in organic light emitting diodes (Prof. Zbigniew Klusek, NCN Opus)

Examples of realized national research projects in our Department:

+ Computer modeling of phenomena in macromolecular systems using Analyzer of Real Complex Systems (Prof. Andrzej Sikorski, NCN Opus)

+ Water structure and dynamics in selected systems (ionic liquids, dispersions of metal nanoparticles) (MSc Paulina Filipczak, NCN Preludium)

+ Charge carrier transport mechanism in electroluminescent charge-transfer complex materials (PhD Marian Chapran, NCN Preludium)

+ Volume Phase Transition in poly(oligo(ethylene glycol)methyl ether methacrylate) hydrogels –
relationship with structural and factors (MSc Krzysztof Piechocki, NCN Preludium)

+ Role of self-assembly and microstructure on the electronic behavior under bending strain of conjugated semiconducting systems in film films (Prof. Wojciech Pisula, NCN Sonata Bis)

+ Nanomaterials with precisely tailored architecture – design, synthesis, properties (Prof. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski, Prof. Jacek Ulanski, NCN Maestro)

+ Development of printing trchnology for organic light-emitting diodes (Prof. Jacek Ulanski, NCBiR Tango). Project co-financed by the National Center for Research and Development as part of the TANGO 2 Joint Undertaking.

Formal and informal cooperation with interantional partners:

Kyiv National Shevchenko University (radiationally induced modification of composite polymeric materials containing carbon nanotubes for application in nanotechnology)
Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry NAS of Ukraine (polymer research)
“Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Romania (polymer research)
Institute of Molecular Physics, Okazaki, Japan (organic materials research)
University of Potsdam, Germany (organic materials for electronics research)
Universite Claude Bernard Lyon, France (organic materials for electronics and polymer research)
School of Electronics and Computer Science, Southhampton University, Great Britain (organic materials for electronics research)
Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, Academy of Sciences of The Czech Republic, Prague, Czech Republic (organic materials for electronics research)
Max Planck Insitute, Mainz, Germany (polymer research)
Departament of Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA (polymer research)

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