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About the Institute

The Institute of Nanotechnology and Materials Engineering was established on 1.09.2021 as a substitute for the former Department of Solid Physics.

 Currently, the Institute is located in the building of the Nanotechnology Center A and in the Main Building of the Gdańsk University of Technology.

 It consists of a teaching centre, including a lecture auditorium and teaching rooms, a research centre consisting of 27 specialised laboratories and an inter-departmental library, with rich resources on science, materials engineering and nanotechnology.

The Institute's scientific and research activities are carried out in 7 scientific divisions. It includes the design, manufacture and testing of biocompatible materials and new materials with innovative physico-chemical properties, primarily for applications in energy conversion systems, fuel cells, photovoltaics, superconducting systems, thermoelectric systems and nanosensor applications.

 Materials of various forms and structures are produced:

  • ceramics, glass, ceramics, crystals, polycrys;
  • bulk materials, composite materials, thin layers, nanomaterials and nanostructures;
  • metallic materials, nanoalloys, semiconductors, superconductors, insulators.

Research topics also include research on the design of materials with the help of numerical simulations and computational methods.

Institute Office

M.Sc. Lucyna Namysł

Building CNA, room 4/22

phone + 48 58 348 66 01

e-mail: lucnamys@pg.edu.pl