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Head of Inorganic Technology and Ceramics Department
prof. PhD DSc Mikołaj Szafran

Head of Specialization
PhD DSc Krzysztof Krawczyk, prof. PW

Employees of the Department
prof. PhD DSc Krzysztof Schmidt-Szałowski, retired professor
PhD Paulina Wiecińska
PhD Zenobia Rżanek-Boroch
PhD Wioletta Raróg-Pilecka
PhD Elżbieta Truszkiewicz
PhD Sławomir Jodzis
PhD Janusz Sokołowski
PhD Jan Petryk
PhD Jan Sentek, retired employee
PhD Bogdan Ulejczyk
PhD Paweł Falkowski
MSc. Ewa Bobryk

PhD Students
MSc. Magdalena Gizowska
MSc. Anna Danelska
MSc. Agnieszka Szudarska
MSc. Milena Zalewska
MSc. Michał Kabaciński
MSc. Magdalena Karolewska
MSc. Agnieszka IdĽkowska
MSc. Emilia Pawlikowska


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prof. PhD DSc Mikołaj Szafran

Head of Inorganic Technology and Ceramics Department

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Research interests:
  • Research on shaping techniques of micro and nanopowders
  • Research on the synthesis of low-toxic monomers and other organic additives, mainly based on monosaccharides, which can be applied in shaping of ceramic powders
  • Research on shaping of ceramic powders by methods based on colloidal chemistry such as gelcasting, gel-tape casting, slip casting, etc
  • Research on application of shear thickening fluids
  • Research on porous ceramic materials for different technical application
  • Research on ceramic matrix ceramic-metal composites fabrication via colloidal processing
  • Research on new polymer ceramic composites such as composites made of porous hydroxyapatite with biodegradable polymer in pores
  • Research on polymer ceramic composites with very low polymerization shrinkage for dental application

Building of Chemical Technology, room 314
phone: 022 234 5586
e-mail: szafran@ch.pw.edu.pl

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prof. PhD DSc Krzysztof Schmidt-Szałowski

retired employee

Research interests:
  • Catalysis and catalyst investigation: CO conversion with water vapor, ammonia synthesis, ammonia oxidation, benzene hydrogenation
  • Plasma processes (in non thermal plasmas): nitrogen oxide synthesis in glow discharges, ozone synthesis in dielectric barrier discharges (DBD), plasma-catalytic methane coupling in gliding discharges and DBD, CFC destruction and carbon black production from methane in gliding discharges, chemical vapor deposition of thin films of silicon compounds in DBD at atmospheric pressure
  • Method and apparatus for XRD catalysts' examination in situ (at high temperature and in reacting gases)
  • Syntheses of photoconductors and photoconductive layers for xerography

Building of Chemical Technology, room
phone:
e-mail: kss@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD DSc Krzysztof Krawczyk, prof. PW

Professor

Research interests:
  • Research on the development of active catalysts from metal oxides and zeolites for the decomposition of nitrous oxide
  • Research on the development effective methods of decomposition of volatile organic compounds in the plasma of gliding and pulse corona discharges
  • Study of the decomposition of nitrous oxide in coupled plasma-catalytic conditions
  • Development of the reactor for the chemical reactions in the non-equilibrium plasma

Building of Chemical Technology, room 19 and 233
phone: 022 234 7602 or 022 234 7679
e-mail: kraw@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD Paulina Wiecińska

Assistant professor


Research interests:
  • Research on the synthesis of low-toxic monomers and other organic additives, mainly based on monosaccharides, which can be applied in shaping of ceramic powders
  • Research on modification of rheological properties and stability of ceramic suspensions with the use of new types of dispersing agents, activators of polymerization, etc.
  • Research on shaping of ceramic powders by methods based on colloidal chemistry such as gelcasting, gel-tape casting, slip casting, etc.
  • Research on obtaining of translucent ceramics

Building of Chemical Technology, room 315
phone: 022 234 7413
e-mail: pwiecinska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD Paweł Falkowski

Assistant professor

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Research interests:
  • Research on synthesis of new organic dispersants, mainly based on monosaccharides, which can be applied in colloidal processing
  • Research on stabilization of aqueous nanoceramic suspensions
  • Research on shaping of ceramics (micro and nanopowders) by colloidal processing such as gelcasting, slipcasting, tape casting, photo-gelcasting, etc.
  • Research on shaping of ceramic microreactors by soft lithography method
  • Research and development on application of shear thickening fluids
  • Research on porous ceramic materials

Building of Chemical Technology, room 27
phone: 022 234 7672
e-mail: falkowski@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD Sławomir Jodzis

Assistant professor

Research interests:
  • Ozone synthesis under electric discharge conditions
  • Studies on electroplasmic ozone generation under dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) conditions in the presence of solid catalysts
  • Discharges generation in gases and over non-conductive surfaces
  • Application of surface (SD) and coplanar (CD) discharges in chemical processes

Building of Chemical Technology, room 122 and 123
phone:022 234 75 79
e-mail: jodzis@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD Wioletta Raróg-Pilecka

Assistant professor

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Research interests:
  • Development of a low-pressure ammonia synthesis technology
  • Design and development of cobalt catalysts for ammonia synthesis
  • Development of new methods of catalysts preparation
  • Catalysts characterization by sorption and thermogravimetry
  • Study on the water gas shift reaction and ammonia decomposition

Building of Chemical Technology, room 234
phone:022 234 5766
e-mail: wiola@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD Janusz Sokołowski

Assistant professor

Research interests:
  • Directions of interest in scientific work:
    • heterogeneous catalysis
    • high-temperature processes
    • chemical technology in environmental protection
    • chemical apparatus
    • construction of laboratory reactors

  • During the last 10 years mainly research on the development of new technologies for the environmental protection
    • technology of production of light sintered aggregate from flying ashes and phosphogypsum
    • technology of separation of organic substances from finely dispersed emulsion of water in porous ceramic materials
    • technology of feedstock recycling of polyolefines, polystyrene and motor oil in thermal-catalytic cracking

Building of Chemical Technology, room 31
phone: 22 234 5798
e-mail: jsokolowski@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD Elżbieta Truszkiewicz

Assistant professor

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Research interests:
  • Application of active carbon as a support for active phase of the catalyst
  • Design and development of ruthenium catalysts for carbon oxides metahanation
  • NiMo catalysts for hydrodesulfurization
  • Thermogravimetric analysis of solid catalysts

Building of Chemical Technology, room 310
phone: 022 234 7115
e-mail: etruszkiewicz@ch.pw.edu.pl

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PhD Bogdan Ulejczyk

Assistant professor


Działalno¶ć naukowa:
  • Processes occurring in the non-equilibrium plasma
  • Decomposition of gaseous pollutants in electric discharges

Building of Chemical Technology, room 126
phone: 022 234 7579
e-mail: bulejczyk@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Ewa Bobryk

Senior Specialist


Research interests::
  • archeometric research

Building of Chemical Technology, room 314
phone: 022 234 7413
e-mail: bobryk@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Anna Danelska

PhD Student

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Research interests:
  • Influence of surface properties of ceramic nanopowders on their deflocculation process - the subject of my doctoral thesis
  • Monosaccharides and their derivatives in deflocculation process of nanozirconia and nano alumina powders
  • Preparation and rheological studies on shear thickened silica suspensions
  • Shaping and sintering of new porous materials on the basis of diatomic materials
  • Osmotic drying of gelcast articles

Building of Chemical Technology, room 315
phone: 022 234 7413
e-mail: adanelska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Magdalena Gizowska

PhD Student

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Research interests:
  • Research on ceramic matrix ceramic-metal composites fabrication via colloidal processing
  • Research on application of slip casting moulding method for ceramic-metal Functionally Graded Materials (FGM) fabrication
  • Characterisation of electrokinetic properties of ceramic and metal suspensions
  • Investigations concerning the influence of electrokinetic properties of powders on composite slurries rheological properties
  • Investigations concerning the impact of ceramic-metal particles interaction on the distribution of metallic particles in ceramic matrix
  • Characterization of microstructure and mechanical properties of ceramic matrix ceramic-metal composites
  • Studies on polymeric sponge replication method for fabrication of functionally graded porous ceramics
  • Stabilization of ceramic particles in electroplating baths for electrochemical codeposition of composite coatings
  • Investigations concerning electrocodeposition process of ceramic particles

Building of Chemical Technology, room 27
phone: 022 234 7672
e-mail: mgizowska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Agnieszka Szudarska

PhD Student

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Research interests:
  • Synthesis and application of low-toxic acrylic monomers based on monosaccharides in the shaping process of advanced ceramics by the gelcasting method
  • Fabrication of textured ceramics by gelcasting in high magnetic field
  • Characterization of rheological properties of ceramic slurries

Building of Chemical Technology, room 27
phone: 022 234 7672
e-mail: aszudarska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Milena Zalewska

PhD Student

Research interests:
  • Research on the modification porous ceramic and polymer materials

Building of Chemical Technology, room 44
phone: 022 234 5738
e-mail: mzalewska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Michał Kabaciński

PhD Student

Research interests:
  • Feedstock recycling of polyolefines, polystyrene and motor oil to syngas in thermal-catalytic cracking

Building of Chemical Technology, room 30
phone: 022 234 5798
e-mail: mkabacinski@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Magdalena Karolewska

PhD Student

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Research interests:
  • Ammonia synthesis over promoted cobalt catalysts obtained by co-precipitation method

Building of Chemical Technology, room 311
phone: 022 234 7115
e-mail: mkarolewska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc Agnieszka IdĽkowska

PhD Student

Research interests:
  • Research on shaping of ceramic powders by gelcasting and gel-tape casting methods
  • Research on shear thickening ceramic fluids

Building of Chemical Technology, room 44
phone: 022 234 5738
e-mail: aidzkowska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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MSc. Emilia Pawlikowska

PhD Student

Research interests:

Building of Chemical Technology, room 315
phone: 022 234 7413
e-mail: epawlikowska@ch.pw.edu.pl

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