Grants and patents

Grants:

  1. 2020 – “Investigation of hydrophilic functionalized gallium ferrite – magnetite nanoparticles by SANS and neutron diffraction techniques”contractor in a grant awarded by Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR), Russia (project 75-15/04-4-1121-2015/2020);
  2. 2019 – 2022 – “Imaging of hyperfine interactions in Mössbauer spectrometrycontractor in the grant awarded National Science Center, Poland (project 2018/31/B/ST3/00279);
  3. 2014 – 2015 – “Zeolitic materials as host structures for nanoparticles. Synthesis, advanced characterisation and nanotechnological, catalytic and environmental applications”contractor in the grant awarded by Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad de España (project MAT2012-38567-C02-02);
  4. 2013 – Research on the iron-based superconductorsmain contractor in a grant financed from funds for the development of young scientists;
  5. 2012 – Research on the impact of water concentration on changes in the local environment of iron ion in selected electrolytesmain contractor in a grant financed from funds for the development of young scientists;
  6. 2011 – Mössbauer studies of acetone-based electrolytes” – main contractor in a grant financed from funds for the development of young scientists;
  7. 2008 – 2011 – Invariants’ method in Mössbauer spectroscopy and application to selected magnetic systems for microscopic examinationcontractor in a grant awarded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (project N N202 172335);
  8. 2007 – 2008 – Electrolyte and method of deposition of metalic layers, especially of iron, cobalt, nickel, copper and zinccontractor in the grant awarded under the Minister’s program “Patent Plus – support for patenting inventions arising in scientific units” (based on Decision No. DWI-1/E-342/PMPP/2007 from 23rd of November 2007).

Patents:

  1. K.Szymanski and W.Olszewski, Method of deposition of metalic layers, especially of iron, cobalt, nickel, copper and zinc, and electrolyte for the electrodeposition of metallic layers – Polish Patent No. 207757.