Gosia graduated from Cardenal Stefan Wyszyński University in 2011. She went on to do her Ph.D. under Łukasz Kłopotowski at the Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Her thesis was devoted to photoluminescence properties of ZnTe nanowires, which she defended in 2018. Since then she has been working on self-assembled and colloidal quantum dots containing copper ions.
Bożena graduated from Faculty of Chemistry, Warsaw University in 2008. She then joined the team of Danek Elbaum at the Institute of Physics and did her Ph.D. on design and properties of biosensors based on colloidal ZnO and upconverting NaYF4 nanoparticles. She defended her thesis in 2014. Since then she is working on applications of up-converting nanoparticles
in photodynamic therapy.
Oksana started her Ph.D. at the Institute of Physics under Piotr Bogusławski in 2009. She worked on theory of impurity-induced magnetism in bulk semiconductors. She is now investigating the impact of dopants on the band structure of semiconducting nanocrystals.
Ania studied at the University of Bialystok and graduated from the University of Warsaw in 2016. She then joined Danek Elbaum group at the Institute of Physics. Since 2017 she is doing her Ph.D. under the supervision of Łukasz Kłopotowski and Bożena Sikora. She is developing strategies to improve the efficacies of photodynamic therapy based on up-converting NaYF4 nanoparticles.
Miriam graduated from Wrocław University of Technology in 2018. She then started her Ph.D. at the Institute of Physics under Łukasz Kłopotowski. In 2019, she started a co-tutelle Ph.D. with Universite Toulouse III with Paulina Plochocka as the co-supervisor. Miriam is investigating exciton properties of transition metal dichalcogenide heterostructures.
Magda graduated from the University of Warsaw in 2018. Afterwards, she started her Ph.D. at the Institute of Physics under Łukasz Kłopotowski and Bożena Sikora. She is engineering the properties of up-converting nanoparticles and I-III-V group compound nanocrystals for applications in biology and medicine.
Pushkar graduated from the National Institute of Technology in Silchar, India in 2020. His Master thesis was devoted to studies of photocatalytic activity of TiO2. In 2021, he joined the group of Łukasz Kłopotowski at the Institute of Physics as a Ph.D. candidate. His research focuses on lead- and cadmium-free colloidal nanocrystals and their possible applications in energy harvesting devices.
Adam is a student at the University of Warsaw. He is working on experiment and theory of optical properties of semiconductor nanostructures.
The group of Paulina Plochocka at Laboratoire National des Champs Magnétiques Intenses in Toulouse.
The Laboratory of Ultrafast MagnetoSpectroscopy at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw.
Sebastian Maćkowski from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.
Magdalena Parlińska-Wojtan from the Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences.
Claudia Backes from the Applied Physical Chemistry Department of Heidelberg University.
Valia Voliotis from the Institut Des NanoSciences De Paris.
Łukasz Cywiński from the Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences.
Members of the laboratory of growth and physics of low dimensional structures at the Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences.