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INiIM laboratories, located mainly in the Nanotechnology Centre A, are focused on the design and synthesis of new materials as well as on the investigation of their properties. The manufacturing techniques used are based on traditional high-temperature methods used in the manufacture of glasses and ceramics – melting and solid phase synthesis as well as on the PVD and CVD techniques applicable for thin-film materials. Bulk materials and thin layers are also produced using the zol-gel method. These materials are manufactured and modified in order to obtain desired nanostructures. Laboratory equipment enables obtaining full characteristics of the tested materials including electrical, thermal, magnetic, transport and mechanical properties. The structure and morphology of the test materials is determined using x-ray diffractometry (XRD) and optical and scanning microscopy (SEM and SPM). Materials are also characterized using spectroscopic methods (FTiR, UV-VIS, XPS). Impedance spectroscopy (IS) and advanced systems for measuring DC conductivity over a wide temperature range are used to determine the electrical properties of materials. It is also possible to measure thermoelectric properties. An advanced open-architecture PPMS (Quantum-Design) system enables advanced measurements of electrical, magnetic and thermal properties down to liquid helium temperatures.

 

Laboratory Name Room Person in Charge of the Lab
High Temperature Synthesis Laboratory 0/01 M.Sc. Krystyna Szaniawska
Materials Synthesis Laboratory 0/02 M.Sc. Krystyna Szaniawska
Synthesis and Electrical Properties Measurements Laboratory     0/03 Ph.D. eng. Tadeusz Miruszewski
Chemical Synthesis Laboratory 0/04 M.Sc. Krystyna Szaniawska
Nanomaterials Synthesis Laboratory 0/05 D.Sc. eng. Barbara Kościelska, prof. GUoT
Thermal Analysis Laboratory 0/06 Prof. Wojciech Sadowski
X-ray Diffractometry Laboratory 0/07-0/08 Prof. Maria Gazda
Electron Microscopy Laboratory 0/09 Ph.D. eng. Jakub Karczewski
New Materials Synthesis Laboratory 0/10 Prof. Tomasz Klimczuk
Clean Room Measurement Laboratory  0/11 Ph.D. eng. Leszek Wicikowski , prof. GUoT
ALD and Thin Layers Laboratory 0/12 Ph.D. eng. Marcin Łapiński
Magnetic Structures Visualization Laborator 0/13 Ph.D. eng. Zbigniew Usarek
Applied Electronics Laboratory 0/13A Ph.D. eng. Marek Chmielewski
Electrical Properties Measurement Laboratory 0/15 D.Sc. eng. Ryszard J. Barczyński, prof. GUoT
Crystalography and Materials Physics Laboratory 0/16-0/17 Prof. Maria Gazda
XPS and AFM/STM Laboratory 0/18 Ph.D. eng. Marcin Łapiński
Criogenics and Vacuum Technology Laboratory 0/19 Prof. Bogusław Kusz

AFM/SPM Microscopy Laboratory

0/20 Ph.D. eng. Jakub Karczewski
Low Temperature Measurement Laboratory 0/21 Prof. Tomasz Klimczuk
High Temperature Synthesis Laboratory 0/22 Prof. Tomasz Klimczuk
Non-Destructive Testing Laboratory 0/23-0/24 Ph.D. eng. Marek Chmielewski