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Date added: 2021-10-11

The success of young scientists from IN&MS

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We are very pleased to announce that three of our PhD Students, during the International Workshop on Functional Nanostructured Materials – FuNaM-3 conference, dedicated to functional nanomaterials, won the recognition of the jury of the competition for the best presentation.  

The first prize in the competition was awarded to Małgorzata Nadolska, MSc Eng., who presented the results of her research in a presentation entitled Ammonium vanadate/rGO composites: synthesis and applications. Gosia is working on a new group of materials to be used e.g. in energy storage devices.
In addition to that two other PhD students received distinctions: Mateusz Cieślik, MSc, Eng., for the poster entitled Local surface electrochemical activation of 3D printed CB-PLA electrodes through femtosecond laser ablation and Mateusz Brodowski for the poster Designing the SARS-CoV-2 spike S1 protein assay by electric field-dependent interactions. The first presentation was devoted to the use of 3D printed materials in electroanalysis, the second focuses on the design of a sensor for COVID-19 diagnostics.
The conference took place in Krakow on October 6-8, 2021, and was organizer by the Jagiellonian University – http://www.funam.confer.uj.edu.pl/ 
We congratulate the awarded and wish them further successes!!! 
We are pleased to announce that three of our Ph.D. students were recognized by the jury for the best presentation of their results at the International Workshop on Functional Nanostructured Materials - FuNaM-3.
The main prize of the competition was awarded to M.Sc. Małgorzata Nadolska, who presented the results of her research entitled Ammonium vanadate/rGO composites: synthesis and applications. Gosia is working on a new group of materials to be used in energy storage devices, among other things.
Furthermore, the honourable mention awards in the competition for the best poster went to M.Sc. Mateusz Cieślik for his work Local surface electrochemical activation of 3D printed CB-PLA electrodes through femtosecond laser ablation and M.Sc. Mateusz Brodowski for study Designing the SARS-CoV-2 spike S1 protein assay by electric field-dependent interactions. The first research is devoted to the use of 3D printed materials in electroanalysis, the second focuses on the design of a sensor for COVID-19 diagnostics.
The organizer of the conference, which took place in Krakow between 6-8 October 2021, was the Jagiellonian University - http://www.funam.confer.uj.edu.pl/
Congratulations to the winners and we wish them further successes !!!

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