People

WS portretAssoc. Prof. Wojciech Święszkowski, Ph.D. D.Sc. Eng. – Team leader

e-mail: wojciech.swieszkowski@inmat.pw.edu.pl

Phone: +48 (22) 234 87 92

Fax: +48 (22) 234 87 50

 

 

 

 

Research and professional experience:

  • 1994-1997: Assistant, Scientific-didactic worker
    Bialystok University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
  • 1996 – 2000: Postgraduate Student (Ph.D.)
    Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering
  • 2000 – 2004: PostDoc
    Biomaterial Laboratory, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  • 2004 – present: Senior Researcher – Ass. Professor
    Division of Materials Design, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Previous Education:

M.Sc. – Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
Assoc. Prof. – Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Publications:

  • 120 publications in national and international journals and proceedings
  • co-author of 16 book chapters
  • participation in more than 40 intentional and national conferences
  • invited lectures/key lectures in Poland and abroad, i.e. Mayo Clinic w USA, AMC Amsterdam, the Netherlands, KU Leuven, Belgium, Helsinki University, Finland, NIMS, Japan
  • 11 patents

List of selected publications for the last 5 years:

Osica I., Szlązak K., Kapłan T., Cierech M., Wróbel K., Mierzwińska – Nastalska E., Bucki J.J., Święszkowski W. Badanie porowatości i nasiąkliwości wybranych tworzyw akrylowych stosowanych w protetyce stomatologicznej w wykonawstwie płyt protez. Przetwórstwo tworzyw 1 (151) styczeń-luty 2013

Andreykiv A., Prendergast P.J., van Keulen F., Swieszkowski W, Rozing P. Bone ingrowth simulation for a concept glenoid component design. J. Biomechanics, 2005; 38(5):1023-1033.

Swieszkowski W., Frankle M., Bersee H.E.N., Kurzydlowski K.J. In vivo wear of polyethylene glenoid components in total shoulder arthroplasty. e-Polymers, 2005, No. 012,

Swieszkowski W., Ku D., Kurzydlowski KJ. A high potential of using hydrogel materials for cartilage replacement in arthritic shoulder joint. The Journal of Artificial Organs. 2005, Vol.28(4), 414-415.

El Fray M., Pilaszkiewicz A., Swieszkowski W., Kurzydlowski K.J. Chemically and physically crosslinked poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogels for cartilage repair. e-Polymers, 2005, No. P013.

Święszkowski W., Ku D., Bersee H., Kurzydlowski KJ. An elastic material for cartilage replacement in arthritic shoulder joint. Biomaterials, 2006, 27, 1534-1541.

Dejaco, A.; Komlev, V.; Jaroszewicz, J.; Swieszkowski, W.; Hellmich, C. “JOURNAL OF TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE Micro CT-based multiscale elasticity of double-porous (pre-cracked) hydroxyapatite granules for regenerative medicine”, 2012, page 392-393

El Fray M., Pilaszkiewicz A., Swieszkowski W., Kurzydlowski K.J. Chemically and physically crosslinked poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogels for cartilage repair. e-Polymers, 2005, No. P013.

Swieszkowski W., Figurska M., Bersee H.E.N., Kurzydlowski K.J. In vivo degradation and wear of biomaterials in total joint replacement. in Biomaterials in Orthopeadic Practice (eds. T. Lekszycki and P. Maldyk), 2005, 97-115.

El Fray M., Pilaszkiewicz A., Swieszkowski W., Kurzydlowski KJ. Morphology assessment of chemically modified and cryostructured poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogel, European Polymer Journal 43 (2007) 2035–2040.

Kurzydłowski KJ., Lewandowska M., Swieszkowski W., Lewandowska-Szumieł M. Degradation of Engineering Materials – Implications to Regenerative Medicine. Macromolecular Symposia. 2007, 253, 1-9.

Swieszkowski W., Ho Saey Tuan B., Kurzydlowski KJ, Hutmacher DW. Repair and regeneration of osteochondral defects in the articular joints. Biomolecular Engineering, 2007, Nov;24(5):489-95.

J. Idaszek, M. Zinn, M. Obarzanek-Fojt, V. Zell, W. Święszkowski, A. Bruinink “Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Proliferation of Human Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells on PHBV-Based Binary and Ternary Composites”, 2012, page 232

J. Jaroszewicz, J. Idaszek, F. Vanmeert, K. Janssens, A. Bonnin, W Swieszkowski “Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine X-ray absorption and X-ray diffraction microtomography of biodegradable polymer basedcomposites”, 2012, page 318

Jaroszewicz, J.; Idaszek, J.; Vanmeert, F.; Janssens, K.; Bonnin, A.; Swieszkowski, W. “JOURNAL OF TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE X-ray absorption and X-ray diffraction micro tomography of biodegradable polymer based composites”, 2012, page 318-319

Swieszkowski W., El Fray M, Kurzydlowski KJ. “Biomaterials for cartilage reconstruction and repair“ in Handbook of Fabrication and Processing of Biomaterials” edited by Paul K. Chu and Xuanyong Liu, CRC Press / Taylor and Francis Group. 2008.

Luczynski K.W., Brynk T., Ostrowska B., Swieszkowski, W., Reihsner R., Hellmich C. “Proceedings of the 9th IASTED International Conference on Biomedical Engineering Consistent quasi-static and ultrasonic elasticity determination of plla-based rapid-prototyped tissue engineering scaffolds”, 2012, page 634-638

Lam, C.X.F., Olkowski, R., Swieszkowski, W., Tan, K.C., Gibson, I., Hutmacher, D.W. Mechanical and in vitro evaluations of composite PLDLLA/TCP scaffolds for bone engineering. Virtual and Physical Prototyping 3 (4), 2008, pp. 193-197.

All publications: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=r8PSSJoAAAAJ&hl=pl

Patents:

Radial head endoprosthesis. Pat. P317339, 1996.

Elbow joint Simulator. Pat. 331364, 1999.

Polymeric Hydrogels, Pat. Submission, 378849 (Submitted 2006)


JakubJaroszewiczJakub Jaroszewicz (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail:jakubjaroszewicz@wp.pl

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chosen Publications:

Jaroszewicz Jakub; Kurzyk Agata; Ostrowska Barbara. “JOURNAL OF TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE High resolution desktop tomography for evaluation of tissue ingrowth into polymer scaffolds”, 2012, page 320

J. Jaroszewicz, J. Idaszek, F. Vanmeert, K. Janssens, A. Bonnin, W Swieszkowski “Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine X-ray absorption and X-ray diffraction microtomography of biodegradable polymer basedcomposites”, 2012, page 318

Jaroszewicz, J.; Idaszek, J.; Vanmeert, F.; Janssens, K.; Bonnin, A.; Swieszkowski, W. “JOURNAL OF TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE X-ray absorption and X-ray diffraction micro tomography of biodegradable polymer based composites”, 2012, page 318-319

Dejaco, A.; Komlev, V.; Jaroszewicz, J.; Swieszkowski, W.; Hellmich, C. “JOURNAL OF TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE Micro CT-based multiscale elasticity of double-porous (pre-cracked) hydroxyapatite granules for regenerative medicine”, 2012, page 392-393

Jaroszewicz, J.; Kurzyk, A.; Ostrowska, B.; Pojda, Z.; Swieszkowski, W. “JOURNAL OF TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE High resolution desktop tomography for evaluation of tissue ingrowth into polymer scaffolds”, 2012, page 320

Nanocrystalline Cu-Al 2 O 3 Composites Sintered by the Pulse Plasma Technique
A Michalski, J Jaroszewicz, M Rosiński, D Siemiaszko, K J Kurzydłowski
Solid State Phenomena 02/2013; 114:227-232.

Nanocrystalline Cemented Carbides Sintered by the Pulse Plasma Method
A Michalski, D Siemiaszko, J Jaroszewicz, M Rosiński, M Psoda
Solid State Phenomena 02/2013; 114:239-244.

Investigation of degradation mechanism of palladium–nickel wires during oxidation of ammonia
J. Pura, P. Kwasniak, D. Jakubowska, J. Jaroszewicz, J. Zdunek, H. Garbacz, J. Mizera, M. Gierej, Z. Laskowski
Catalysis Today 01/2013; · 3.41 Impact Factor

Resolution, sensitivity, and in vivo application of high-resolution computed tomography for titanium-coated polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) dental implants
Cuijpers VM, Jaroszewicz J, Anil S, Al Farraj Aldosari A, Walboomers XF, Jansen JA
Clinical Oral Implants Research 01/2013; · 2.51 Impact Factor

De Nolf et al SRXRD DU particles etc HASY+ID18F
Wout De Nolf, Jakub Jaroszewicz, Roberto Terzano, Ole Christian Lind, Brit Salbu, Bart Vekemans, Koen Janssens, Gerald Falkenberg

MicroCT/Micromechanics-Based Finite Element Models and Quasi-Static Unloading Tests Deliver Consistent Values for Young’s Modulus of Rapid-Prototyped Polymer-Ceramic Tissue Engineering Scaffold
Luczynski K. W, Dejaco A, Lahayne O, Jaroszewicz J, Swieszkowski W, Hellmich C
Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences 10/2012; 87(6):505-528. · 1.12 Impact Factor

X-ray absorption and X-ray diffraction micro tomography of biodegradable polymer based composites
Jaroszewicz J, Idaszek J, Vanmeert F, Janssens K, Bonnin A, Swieszkowski W
Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine 09/2012; 6(SI):318-319. · 3.28 Impact Factor

Micro CT-based multiscale elasticity of double-porous (pre-cracked) hydroxyapatite granules for regenerative medicine.
Alexander Dejaco, Vladimir S Komlev, Jakub Jaroszewicz, Wojciech Swieszkowski, Christian Hellmich
Journal of biomechanics 01/2012; 45(6):1068-75. · 2.66 Impact Factor

2?-resolution in synchrotron micro-XRPD: instrumental comparison at HSYLAB Beamline L 2008-06-16 – 2008-06-20
W. de Nolf, J. Jaroszewicz, R. Terzano, O.C. Lind, B Salbu, G. Falkenberg, K. Janssens

Article: Analysis of different U and Pu particles by means of micro-XRF, micro-XANES micro-XRD 2008-06-16 – 2008-06-20
J. Jaroszewicz, DESY Forschung mit Photonen, Dubrovnik EXRS 2008 Croatia European Conference on X-Ray Spectrometry Cavtat, W. de Nolf, K. Janssens, O.C. Lind, B Salbu

Speciation and source identification of U from contaminated TENORM sites 2008-03-13 – 2008-03-18
O.C. Lind, European Geoscience Union Vienna EGU Austria, G. Stromman, L Skipperud, B O Rosseland, K. Janssens, W. de Nolf, J. Jaroszewicz, M. Burkitbayev, B Salbu
Geophys. Res. Abstracts 10(2008),11901.

The use of Synchrotron Radiation Based Micro X-Ray Diffraction to Characterise Radioactive Particles 2008-06-15 – 2008-06-20
O.C. Lind, B Salbu, K. Janssens, J. Jaroszewicz, W. de Nolf
The International Conference on Radioecology and Environmental Radioactivity. Proceedings – oral and oral poster presentations, part 2 2(2008),100-103.

2?-resolution in synchrotron micro-XRPD: instrumental comparison at HSYLAB Beamline L 2008-06-16 – 2008-06-20
W. de Nolf, DESY Forschung mit Photonen, Dubrovnik EXRS 2008 Croatia European Conference on X-Ray Spectrometry Cavtat, J. Jaroszewicz, R. Terzano, O.C. Lind, B Salbu, G. Falkenberg, K. Janssens

EXRS 2008 – Book of abstracts 1(2008),189.
Article: Advantages of combined µ-XRF and µ-XRD for phase characterization of Ti-B-C ceramics compared with conventional X-ray diffraction
J. Jaroszewicz, DESY Forschung mit Photonen, W. de Nolf, K. Janssens, A. Michalski, G. Falkenberg

Anal. Bioanl. Chem. 391(2008)1129,1133.
Article: Possibilities and limitations of synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction with double crystal and double multilayer monochromators for microscopic speciation studies
W. de Nolf, J. Jaroszewicz, R. Terzano, O.C. Lind, B Salbu, K. Janssens, G. Falkenberg

Spectrochim. Acta, Part B 64(2009)8,775-781.
Article: Solid state speciation and potential bioavailability of depleted uranium particles from Kosovo and Kuwait
O.C. Lind, B. Salbu, L. Skipperud, K. Janssens, J. Jaroszewicz, W. De Nolf

Preparation of a TiB2 composite with a nickel matrix by pulse plasma sintering with combustion synthesis
Jakub Jaroszewicz, Andrzej Michalski
Journal of the European Ceramic Society 26(13):2427-2430. · 2.35 Impact Factor

 


Monika BilMonika Bil (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: mbil@inmat.pw.edu.pl

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Education:

  • 2009 Ph.D. – Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology
  • 2002 M.Sc – Faculty of Chemistry, Rzeszow University of Technology

Publications:

V.Guarino, M.Lewandowska, M.Bil, B.Polak, L.Ambrosio Morphology and degradation rate of PCL/Hyaff11® composite as a scaffolds with multiscale degradation rate Composites Science and Technology, 70, 13, 15 (2010) 1826-1837

M. Bil, J. Ryszkowska, P. Woźniak, K. J. Kurzydłowski, M. Lewandowska-Szumieł Optimization of the structure of polyurethanes for bone tissue engineering applications, Acta Biomaterialia 6 (2010) 2501–2510

P. Woźniak, M. Bil, J. Ryszkowska, P. Wychowański, E. Wrobel, A. Ratajska, G. Hoser, J. Przybylski, K. J. Kurzydłowski, M. Lewandowska-Szumieł, Candidate bone-tissue-engineered product based on human-bone-derived cells and polyurethane scaffold, Acta Biomaterialia 6 (2010) 2484–2493

M. Bil, J. Ryszkowska, K. J. Kurzydłowski Effect of polyurethane composition and the fabrication process on scaffold properties Journal of Materials Science 44 (2009) 1469-1476

E. Zawadzak, M. Bil, J. Ryszkowska, S. N Nazhat, J. Cho, O. Bretcanu, J. A Roether, A. R Boccaccini; Polyurethane foams electrophoretically coated with carbon nanotubes for tissue engineering scaffold, Biomedical Materials, 2009, 4, 1-9

M. Bil, J Ryszkowska, J A Roether, O Bretcanu, A R Boccaccini Bioactivity of polyurethane-based scaffolds coated with Bioglass; Biomed. Mater. 2 (2007) 93–101;

J.Ryszkowska, M. Bil, P. Woźniak, M. Lewandowska – Szumieł, K. J. Kurzydłowski Influence of catalyst type on biocompatibility of polyurethanes Materials Science Forum III, 514-516 (2006) 887-891

J.Ryszkowska, M. Bil, G. Przybytniak The effect of radiation sterilization on physical and mechanical properties of polyurethanes for medical application Engineering of Biomaterials 47-53 (2005) 157-159

P. Woźniak, M. Bil, A. Chróścicka, R. Olkowski, G. Przybytniak, J. Ryszkowska, M. Lewandowska-Szumieł The influence of radiosterilisation on biocompatibility of polyurethanes-preliminary study Engineering of Biomaterials 47-53 (2005) 193-196


EChEnEmilia Choińska (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: choinska.emilia@gmail.com

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Education:

2015 Ph.D.  –  Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering

2007 M.Sc.  –  Bialystok University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Publications:

Górecka Ż, Teichmann J, Nitschke M, Chlanda A, Choińska E, Werner C, Święszkowski W. Biodegradable fiducial markers for X-ray imaging – Soft tissue integration and biocompatibility. J Mater Chem B. 2016; DOI: 10.1039/C6TB01001F

Urbanek O, Pierini F, Choińska E, Sajkiewicz P, Bil M, Święszkowski W. Effect of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles addition on structure properties of poly(L-lactide-co-glycolide) After gamma sterilization. Polym Composite. 2016; DOI: 10.1002/pc.24028

Choińska E, Muroya T, Święszkowski W, Aoyagi T. Influence of macromolecular structure of novel 2- and 4-armed polylactides on their physicochemical properties and in vitro degradation process. J Polym Res. 2016; 23:132

Dulnik J, Denis P, Sajkiewicz P, Kołbuk D, Choińska E. Biodegradation of bicomponent PCL/gelatin and PCL/collagen nanofibers electrospun from alternative solvent system. Polym Degrada Stabil, 2016; 130:10-21

Enayati MS, Behzad T, Sajkiewicz P, Bagheri R, Ghasemi-Mobarakeh L, Kuśnieruk S, Rogowska-Tylman J, Pahlevanneshan Z, Choińska E, Święszkowski W. Fabrication and characterization of electrospun bionanocomposites of poly (vinyl alcohol)/ nanohydroxyapatite/ cellulose nanofibers. Int J Polym Mater Polym Biomat. 2016; 65:660-674

Kołbuk D, Sajkiewicz P, Denis P, Choińska E. Investigations of polycaprolactone/ gelatin blends in terms of their miscibility, Bull Pol Acad Sci-TE 2013; 61:629-632

Choińska E, Zalęczny R, Pawelec M, Połowniak-Pracka H, Święszkowki W, Kurzydłowski KJ. Polycaprolactone and polycaprolactone/tricalcium phosphate scaffolds with the bactericidal properties, J Tissue Eng Regen Med, 2012; 6 Suppl 1:323

Witecka A, Choińska E, Kijeńska E, Tomaszewski W, Święszkowski W, Kurzydłowski KJ. PLLA fibers soaked with gentamicin sulfate as a drug delivery system. proceedings of 1st InterQuadrennial Conference of ICF in Middle East and Africa, 2011; 266-271

Choińska E, ŚwięszkowskiW, Kurzydłowski KJ. Design of polymeric coatings for drug release implants. Eur Cells Mater. 2011; 21 Suppl. 2:44

Choińska E, Sobiecki JR, Święszkowski W, Kurzydłowski KJ. Silanization as a method for improving PLLA coating adhesion to the intramedullary nails – preliminary studies. Eng Biomat. 2010; 96-98:88-92

Choińska E, Kijeńska E, Kamiński J, Milosev I, Święszkowski W, Wierzchoń T, Kurzydłowski KJ. Surface modification of stainless steel intramedullary nails to improve adhesion of polymeric coatings. Arch Metall Mater. 2010; 55:163-170

Choińska E, Spychalski MM, Ciupiński Ł, Święszkowski W, TiainenV-M, Kurzydłowski KJ. New DLC-polymer hybrid coatings as a potential anti-wear coatings for resurfacing hip implants. Eng Biomat. 2009; 89-91:66-68

Grądzka-Dahlke M, Bukrym A, Choińska E. Effect of TiN Coating on Functional Properties of Implant Titanium Alloy. Solid State Phenom. 2009; 147-149:782-787


Marcin Heljak (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: marcin.heljak_ad_gmail.com

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

 


EwaKijenskaEwa Kijeńska (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: ewakijenska_ad_gmail.com

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

 

 

Previous Education:

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering, Specialization: Industrial Biotechnology

Publications:

Kijeńska E, Ciach T, Swieszkowski W, Tomaszewski W, Konttinen Y, Hutmacher D.W, Kurzydlowski K.J: The Interaction Between Nanofibers Meshes Covered Scaffolds and Chondrocytes.TISSUE ENGINEERING PART A Volume:14, Issue: 5, MAY 2008, Pages: 917-917

Moscicka-Studzinska A, Kijeńska E, Ciach T: Electroosmotic flow as a result of buccal iontophoresis-Buccal mucosa properties, European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics Volume:72, Issue 3, AUGUST 2009, Pages: 595-599

E.Choińska, E.Kijeńska, J.Kamiński, I.Milosev, W.Święszkowski, T.Wierzchoń, K.J.Kurzydłowski:
Surface modification of stainless steel intramedullary nails to improve adhesion of polymeric
coatings–Archives of Metallurgy and MaterialsArchives of Metallurgy and Materials 55 (2010), Pages: 163-170

E.Kijeńska, M.P.Prabhakaran, W.Swieszkowski, K.J.Kurzydlowski, S.Ramakrishna: Electrospun bio-composite P(LLA-CL)/collagen I/collagen III scaffolds for nerve tissue engineering. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part B – Applied Biomaterials 100 (2012), s 1093-1102


AsiaEn4Joanna Idaszek (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: asia.idaszek@gmail.com

             joanna.idaszek@pw.edu.pl 

Phone: +48 (22) 234 86 89

 

Scientific interest:

Additive manufacturing and bioprinting, Cell – materials interactions, Bioactive and instructive materials, Bionic pancreas, Composites and hydrogels for regeneration of bone and cartilage, Bioresorbable polymers, Tissue engineering,

 

Previous Education:

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Field of Study: Biotechnology, Field of specialization: The Technology of Biologically Active Compounds and Cosmetics

Master thesis: „Molecular Characteristic of Candida Strains Isolated from Clinical Material” under the supervision of Dr hab. n. med. Hanna Galkowska, Ph. D. and Dr Hanna Jaworowska-Deptuch, Ph. D.

PhD studies:  Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Material Science and Engineering, PhD dissertation: “Ternary composite scaffolds with various degradation rates for bone tissue regeneration” under the supervision of Professor Wojciech Święszkowski, Ph.D., Eng. and dr. Arie Bruinink, Ph.D.

Publications:

  1. Walejewska, J. Idaszek, M. Heljak, A. Chlanda, E. Choinska, V. Hasirci, W. Swieszkowski; The effect of introduction of filament shift on degradation behaviour of PLGA-and PLCL-based scaffolds fabricated via additive manufacturing; 2020, 171, 109030
  2. Idaszek, M. Constantini, T. Karlsen, J. Jaroszewicz, J. E. Brinchmann, W. Święszkowski; 3D bioprinting of hydrogel constructs with cell and material gradients for the regeneration of osteochondral defect using a microfluidic printing head; Biofabrication, 2019, 11(4): 044101
  3. Kosik-Kozioł, M. Costantini, A. Mróz, J. Idaszek, M. Heljak, J. Jaroszewicz, E. Kijeńska, K. Szoke, N. Frerker, A. Barbetta, J.E. Brinchmann, W. Święszkowski; 3D bioprinted hydrogel model incorporating β-tricalcium phosphate for calcified cartilage tissue engineering; Biofabrication, 2019, 11(3):035016
  4. Jaroszewicz, J. Idaszek, E. Choinska, K. Szlazak, A. Hyc, A. Osiecka-Iwan, W. Swieszkowski, S. Moskalewski; Formation of calcium phosphate coatings within polycaprolactone scaffolds by simple, alkaline phosphatase based method; Materials Science and Engineering: C, 2019, 96, 319-328;
  5. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, , J. Buhagiar, K. Szlązak, T. Brynk, K. J. Kurzydłowski, W. Święszkowski; The influence of chemical polishing of titanium scaffolds on their mechanical strength and in vitro cell response; Mater Sci Eng C Mater Biol Appl, 2019, 95: 428-439;
  6. Szlązak, V. Vass, P. Hasslinger, J. Jaroszewicz, A. Dejaco, J. Idaszek, S. Scheiner, C. Hellmich, W. Swieszkowski; X-ray physics-based CT-to-composition conversion applied to a tissue engineering scaffold, enabling multiscale simulation of its elastic behavior; Mater Sci Eng C Mater Biol Appl, 2019, 95: 389-396
  7. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, J. Zdunek, K. Rożniatowski, M. Pisarek, A. Yamamoto, W. Święszkowski; The Influence of Selective Laser Melting (SLM) Process Parameters on In-Vitro Cell Response; Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2018, 19(6): 1619;
  8. Idaszek, T. Brynk, J. Jaroszewicz, F. Vanmeert, A. Bruinink, W. Święszkowski; Investigation of Mechanical Properties of Porous Composite Scaffolds With Tailorable Degradation Kinetics After In Vitro Degradation Using Digital Image Correlation; Polym Compos, 2017, 38 (11): 2402-2410
  9. Idaszek, A. Bruinink, W. Święszkowski; Delayed degradation of poly(lactide-co-glycolide) accelerates hydrolysis of poly(ε-caprolactone) in ternary composite scaffolds; Polym Degrad Stab, 2016, 124: 119-127
  10. Idaszek, E. Kijeńska, M. Łojkowski, W. Swieszkowski; How important are scaffolds and their surface properties in regenerative medicine; Appl Surf Sci, 2016, 388, Part B: 762–774
  11. Costantini, J. Idaszek, K. Szöke, J. Jaroszewicz, M. Dentini, A. Barbetta, J. E. Brinchmann, W. Święszkowski; 3D bioprinting of BM-MSCs-loaded ECM biomimetic hydrogels for in vitro neocartilage formation; Biofabrication, 2016, 8: 035002 Chosen as Highlights of 2016 by the Biofabrication journal.
  12. Witecka, A. Yamamoto, J. Idaszek, A. Chlanda, W. Święszkowski; Influence of biodegradable polymer coatings on corrosion, cytocompatibility and cell functionality of Mg-2.0Zn-0.98Mn magnesium alloy; Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 2016, 144: 284-292
  13. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, K. Szlązak, K. Strzelczyk, T. Brynk, K.J. Kurzydłowski, W. Święszkowski; Post Processing and Biological Evaluation of the Titanium Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering; Materials, 2016, 9 (3): 197
  14. Idaszek, A. Bruinink, W. Święszkowski; Ternary composite scaffolds with tailorable degradation rate and highly improved colonization by human bone marrow stromal cells; J Biomed Mater Res Part A, 2015, 103 (7): 2394-404
  15. Szlązak, A. Chlanda, J. Rębiś, J. Idaszek, Ż. Kublik, J. Jaroszewicz, M. J. Woźniak, W. Święszkowski; Obrazowanie trójwymiarowych rusztowań kostnych zasiedlonych komórkami macierzystymi; Przetwórstwo tworzyw; 1; 2014; 100-109
  16. Idaszek, M. Zinn, M. Obarzanek-Fojt, W. Święszkowski, A. Bruinink; Tailored degradation of biocompatible poly(3-hydroxybutyrateco-3-hydroxyvalerate)/calcium silicate/poly(lactide-co-glycolide) ternary composites: An in vitro study; Materials Science and Engineering C: Materials for Biological Applications; 33:7 (2013) 4352-60;
  17. Idaszek, W. Święszkowski, K.J. Kurzydłowski; Change of Mechanical Properties of PCL-based Ternary Composite Scaffolds Fabricated by Solid Freeform Fabrication Technique During In Vitro Degradation; Composites Theory and Practice; Vol. 12: 4 (2012) 228-231
  18. Korzeb, J. Idaszek, W. Święszkowski; Comparison of Mechanical Properties of Biodegradable PCL-based binary and ternary composites; Engineering of Biomaterials; Number 116-117 Special Issue, Vol. XV, December 2012, 66-68
  19. Ż. Kublik, J. Idaszek, W. Święszkowski; Fabrication of Porous Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) Scaffolds Using a Rapid Prototyping Technique; Engineering of Biomaterials; Number 116-117 Special Issue, Vol. XV, December 2012, 79-81

Book chapters:

  1. Costantini, S. Testa, C. Rinoldi, N. Celikkin, J. Idaszek, C. Colosi, A. Barbetta, C. Gargioli, W. Święszkowski; “Chapter 9: 3D Tissue Modelling of Skeletal Muscle Tissue” in book “Biofabrication and 3D Tissue Modeling, pp.184-215
  2. Idaszek, A. Bruinink, W. Święszkowski; “Poly(ε-caprolactone) and its biodegradation” in book “Polycaprolactone: Properties, Applications and Selected Research”; Nova Science Publishers, Inc. ; 2017. pp. 29-60.
  3. Translation of a book chapter “Fracture and fracture toughness”, published as “Materials: engineering, science, processing and design” by M. F. Ashby, H. Shercliff, D. Cebon. This book was published as „Inżynieria Materiałowa” by publishing house Galaktyka.

Short scientific communications:

  1. Szlązak, J. Idaszek, J. Jaroszewicz, W. Święszkowski; Imaging of stem cells seeded on bone scaffolds; Micro-CT User Meeting 2014; ISSN 2033-8031; pages 322-325;
  2. J. Wozniak, P. Oberbek, T. Bolek, J. Idaszek, T. Puzyn, S. Hirano, K. J. Kurzydlowski; Toxicity of Nanomaterials – a Comprehensive Approach on the Example of Bioceramic Particles; Frontier of Applied Plasma Technology; Vol. 7, 1, 2014, 39-40;
  3. Idaszek, V. Zell, A. Bruinink, W. Swieszkowski; PCL-based scaffolds with degradation profiles tuned to various treatment strategies of bone; European Cells and Materials; Vol. 26, Suppl. 4, 2013, 5
  4. Jaroszewicz, J. Idaszek, F. Vanmeert, K. Janssens, A. Bonnin, W Swieszkowski; X-ray absorption and X-ray diffraction microtomography of biodegradable polymer based composites; Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine; Vol. 6, 2012, Supplement s1, 318
  5. Idaszek, M. Zinn, M. Obarzanek-Fojt, V. Zell, W. Święszkowski, A. Bruinink; Proliferation of Human Bone Marrow Mesenchymal Stem Cells on PHBV-Based Binary and Ternary Composites; Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine; Vol. 6, 2012, Supplement s1,
  6. Idaszek, M. Zinn, A. Bruinink, Wojciech Święszkowski; Mechanical Properties of Calcium Silicate/ Biopolyester Ternary Composites During Degradation; Tissue Engineering Part A; Vol. 17, 2011, A13-A14
  7. Idaszek, A. Bruinink, W. Święszkowski, K.J. Kurzydłowski; Biodegradable Ternary Nanocomposites with Improved Mechanical Properties; European Cells and Materials; Vol. 20, Suppl. 3, 2010, 118

Internships:

  • 2017 (2 weeks) National Institute for Material Science, Tsukuba, Japan
    Training on new evaluation method of cell colonization of 3D scaffolds in laboratory of Prof. Akiko Yamamoto.
  • 02.11.2012–27.01.2013 National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba, Japan
    Investigation of cytotoxicity of nanoparticles in frame of the “NanoBridges – Building bridges between specialists
    on computational and empirical risk assessment of engineered nanomaterials” project (Marie Curie Actions).
    In vitro evaluation of cytotoxicity of various calcium phosphate nanoparticles using CHO and J774 cell lines.
  • 01.04.2011–30.09.2011 Materials-Biology Interactions Laboratory, Department of Health and Performance,
    Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland Fellowship of Centre for Advanced Studies Warsaw University of Technology.
    In vitro evaluation of biomaterials and 3D composite scaffolds fabricated by means of additive manufacturing using bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells.
  • 10-16.03.2011 European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France Investigation of biodegradable composite materials and their degradation process by means of synchrotron radiation in frame of project “Examination of composite scaffolds (for Tissue Engineering applications) made by the rapid prototyping method”.
  • 01.05.2008–30.09.2009 Biomaterials Laboratory and Materials – Biology Interactions Laboratory, Department of Health and Performance, Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland. Part of PhD studies in frame of the DeSTine project. Extraction, purification and characterization of polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA), measurement of endotoxin concentration, fabrication and characterization of PHA-based composites, evaluation of cytotoxicity with 3T3 cell line, evaluation of bioacceptance using MG63 cell line.

Other achievements:

  • 2018 (6 months) Research grant founded by the Dean of Faculty of Material Science and Engineering for project
    “The effect of secondary crosslinking of 3D-printed alginate scaffolds on viability and biological response of human cells”.
  • 2017 (6 months) Research grant founded by the Dean of Faculty of Material Science and Engineering for project
    “The effect of diameter of fibers fabricated by means of FDM technique on response of human mesenchymal stem cells”.
  • 2016 Award for the best oral presentation at the Second National Scientific Conference „Rapid prototyping.
    Modeling – Production – Measurements”; Pruszków, Poland.
  • 2016 Publication “3D bioprinting of BM-MSCs-loaded ECM biomimetic hydrogels for in vitro neocartilage formation” (Biofabrication, 2016, 8: 035002) chosen as Highlights of 2016 by the Biofabrication journal.
  • 01.10.2011 – 30.09.2013 Scholarship of Centre for Advanced Studies Warsaw University of Technology.
  • 01.05.2011 – 30.09.2011 Fellowship of Centre for Advanced Studies Warsaw University of Technology at Materials – Biology Interactions Laboratory, Department of Health and Performance, Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Awards and Scholarships:

V 2011 – IX 2011 Fellowship of Centre for Advanced Studies Warsaw University of Technology at Materials – Biology Interactions Laboratory, Department of Health and Performance, Empa, St. Gallen, Switzerland.

X 2011 – IX 2013 Scholarship of Centre for Advanced Studies Warsaw University of Technology.

 

Involved in following projects:

a) national:

1) Bio-Implant: Bioimplanty dla potrzeb leczenia ubytków tkanki kostnej u chorych onkologicznych (w ramach projektu POiG)

2) Shape Memory Biomaterial as Smart Drug Delivery System for Bone and Blood Vessel Regeneration.

3) Advanced X-ray micro and nanotomography methods as a tool to investigate and evaluate tissue engineering products.

4) LASIMP – Innowacyjna technologia laserowego kształtowania przyrostowego LENS w zastosowaniu do modyfikacji geometrii i biofunkcjonalizacji warstwy powierzchniowej bezcementowych implantów stawu biodrowego

b) international:

1) Projekt DeSTine – Development of a Scaffold for Tissue Regeneration and Engineering.

2) Nano-Bridges – Building bridges between specialists on computational and empirical risk assessment of engineered nanomaterials.

3) New Joint – Tissue engineering of osteochondral implants for joint repair.

4) BonTuMod – Development of a Bone Tumor Model with 3D Printed and Lyophilized Scaffolds

 

 


Adrian Chlanda (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: adrian.chlanda@gmail.com

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

Scientific interest:

atomic force microscopy, biomaterials, nanomaterials, tissue engineering, material characterization, mechanical properties

 

 

 

 

Previous Education:

  • Jagiellonian Univesity in Cracow, Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science
  • Pedagogical University in Cracow, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Technical Science

Internships:

  • 2011 – Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (Kraków, POLAND)
  • 2014 – National Institute for Environmental Studies (Tskuba, JAPAN)

Awards:

  • Black Pearls VC scholarship – 2015

Journal publications:

  • Chlanda A, Rębiś J, Kijeńska E, Woźniak MJ, Rożniatowski K, Świeszkowski W, Kurzydlowski KJ. Quantitative imaging of electrospun fibers by PeakForce Quantitative NanoMechanics atomic force microscopy using etched scanning probes, Micron. 2015; 72: 1–7
  • Witecka A, Yamamoto A, Idaszek J, Chlanda A, Święszkowski W. Influence of biodegradable polymer coatings on corrosion, cytocompatibility and cell functionality of Mg-2.0Zn-0.98Mn magnesium alloy, Colloids Surf B Biointerfaces. 2016; 144: 284-92
  • Górecka Ż, Teichmann J, Nitschke M, Chlanda A, Choińska E, Werner C, Święszkowski W.  Biodegradable fiducial markers for X-ray imaging – soft tissue integration and biocompatibility, J. Mater. Chem. B. 2016
  • Zgłobicka I, Chlanda A, Łojkowski M, Woźniak M, Szoszkiewicz R, Święszkowski W, Kurzydłowski KJ; Microstructure and nanomechanical properties of single stalks from diatoms Didymosphenia geminata and effects of uranium (V) absorption on those; Journal of Phycology; 2017
  • Chrunik M., Majchrowski A., Szala M., Zasada D., Kroupa J., Bubnov A., Chlanda A., Woźniak M.J; Microstructural and nonlinear optical properties of Bi2ZnB2O7:RE3+powders; Journal of Alloys and Compounds; 2017
  • Chrunik M., Majchrowski A., Zasada D., Szala M., Chlanda A., Salerno M.; Synthesis of Bi 2 ZnB 2 O 7 nanoparticles via modified Pechini method; Journal of Alloys and Compounds; 2017
  • Oberbek P, Bolek T, Chlanda A, Hirano S, Kusnieruk S, Rogowska-Tylman J, et al. Characterization and influence of hydroxyapatite nanopowders on living cells. Beilstein J Nanotechnol. 2018 ; 9:3079–94

  • Rinoldi C, Kijenska E, Chlanda A, Choinska E, Khenoussi N, Tamayol A, et al. Nanobeads-on-string composites for tendon tissue engineering. J Mater Chem B. 2018

  • Chlanda A, Kijeńska E, Rinoldi C, Tarnowski M, Wierzchoń T, Swieszkowski W. Structure and physico-mechanical properties of low temperature plasma treated electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds examined with atomic force microscopy. Micron. 2018;107.

  • Dulinska-Molak I, Chlanda A, Li J, Wang X, Bystrzejewski M, Kawazoe N, et al. The influence of carbon-encapsulated iron nanoparticles on elastic modulus of living human mesenchymal stem cells examined by atomic force microscopy. Micron. 2018 May 1;108:41–8.

  • Chlanda A, Witkowska J, Morgiel J, Nowińska K, Choińska E, Swieszkowski W, et al. Multi-scale characterization and biological evaluation of composite surface layers produced under glow discharge conditions on NiTi shape memory alloy for potential cardiological application. Micron. 2018 Nov 1;114:14–22.

  • Heljak MK, Moczulska-Heljak M, Choińska E, Chlanda A, Kosik-Kozioł A, Jaroszewicz T, et al. Micro and nanoscale characterization of poly(DL-lactic-co-glycolic acid) films subjected to the L929 cells and the cyclic mechanical load. Micron. 2018 Dec;115:64–72.

  • Chlanda A, Oberbek P, Heljak M, Kijeńska-Gawrońska E, Bolek T, Gloc M, et al. Fabrication, multi-scale characterization and in-vitro evaluation of porous hybrid bioactive glass polymer-coated scaffolds for bone tissue engineering. Mater Sci Eng C. 2019 Jan 1; 94:516–23.

  • Kosik-Kozioł A, Graham E, Jaroszewicz J, Chlanda A, Kumar PTS, Ivanovski S, et al. Surface Modification of 3D Printed Polycaprolactone Constructs via a Solvent Treatment: Impact on Physical and Osteogenic Properties. ACS Biomater Sci Eng. 2019 Jan 14; 5 (1):318–28.

  • Woźniak MJ, Chlanda A, Oberbek P, Heljak M, Czarnecka K, Janeta M, et al. Binary bioactive glass composite scaffolds for bone tissue engineering—Structure and mechanical properties in micro and nano scale. A preliminary study. Micron. 2019 Apr 1;119:64–71.

  • Rogowska-Tylman J, Locs J, Salma I, Woźniak B, Pilmane M, Zalite V, et al. In vivo and in vitro study of a novel nanohydroxyapatite sonocoated scaffolds for enhanced bone regeneration. Mater Sci Eng C [Internet]. 2019 Jun 1 [cited 2019 Mar 25];99:669–84. Available from: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0928493118314243

  • Chlanda A, Oberbek P, Heljak M, Górecka Ż, Czarnecka K, Chen K-S, et al. Nanohydroxyapatite adhesion to low temperature plasma modified surface of 3D-printed bone tissue engineering scaffolds – qualitative and quantitative study. Surf Coatings Technol. 2019 Oct 15;375:637–44.

  • Chlanda A, Kijeńska-Gawrońska E, Zdunek J, Swieszkowski W. Internal nanocrystalline structure and stiffness alterations of electrospun polycaprolactone-based mats after six months of in vitro degradation. An atomic force microscopy assay. J Mech Behav Biomed Mater. 2020 Jan 17;101:103437.

Conference publications:

  • Kowiorski K, Kędzierski J, Raszewski Z, Chrunik M, Piecek W., Kojdecki MA, Chlanda A, Herman J, Miszczyk E. Modified method of interference-wedge in the study of optical parameters in the nematic liquid crystal. Innovative Manufacturing Technology. 2013; 59-68
  • Woźniak MJ, Oberbek P, Chlanda A, Święszkowski W, Kurzydłowski KJ. Three dimensional hybrid scaffolds for bone tissue engineering. Plasma Application and Hybrid Functionally Materials. 2013; 22: 39-40
  • Szlązak K, Chlanda A, Rębiś J, Idaszek J, Kublik Ż, Jaroszewicz J, Woźniak MJ, Święszkowski W. Three-dimensional imaging of bone scaffolds seeded with stem cells. Przetwórstwo Tworzyw. 2014; 157: 100-109
  • Woźniak MJ, Chlanda A, Kijeńska E, Święszkowski W, Kurzydłowski KJ. Structural and mechanical characterization of biomaterials for tissue engineering: fibrous scaffold – Quantitative Nano-Mechanical mapping by atomic force microscopy. Plasma Application and Hybrid Functionally Materials. 2015; 24: 39-40
  • Chlanda A., Kijeńska E., Święszkowski W.; Microscopic methods for characterization of selected surface properties of biodegradable, nanofibrous tissue engineering scaffolds; Materials Science Forum; 2017

Selected conference oral/poster presentations:

1) NIMS CONFERENCE, Tsukuba, Japonia, 14-16.07.2015; A hierarchical multi-scale approach to topography and mechanical characterization of biomaterial for tissue engineering applications
2) Nanopaprika – Nanotechnology Poster Conference, Budapeszt, Węgry, 13-19.05.2014  Atomic force microscopy mechanical properties determination of three dimensional rapid-prototyped tissue engineering scaffolds
3) Materials Weekend, Warszawa, Polska, 18-20.09.2015; Effect of diameter of fiber fabricated from blend of polycaprolactone/poly(lactide-co-glycolide) on their selected physicochemical properties during in vitro degradation
4) Materials Weekend, Warszawa, Polska, 18-20.09.2015; Topography and mechanical properties of electrospun fibers – a nanoscale approach
5) Euromat, Warszawa, Polska, 20-24.09.2015; Eggshell membrane as a biomaterial for tissue engineering applications – nanoscale approach
6) Euromat, Warszawa, Polska, 20-24.09.2015; Effect of diameter of fiber fabricated from blend of polycaprolactone/poly(lactide-co-glycolide) on their selected physicochemical properties during in vitro degradation
7) Euromat, Warszawa, Polska, 20-24.09.2015; Structural and Mechanical Characterization of Fibrous Scaffold for Tissue Engineering – Quantitative Nano-Mechanical Mapping by Atomic Force Microscopy
8) VIII Seminarium “Badania prowadzone metodami skaningowej mikroskopii bliskich oddziaływań – STM/AFM 2014;, Zakopane; Polska; 02.12-07.12.2014; Biomateriałowe podłoże do hodowli komórek – struktura i właściwości mechaniczne w skali nano
9) 7 Międzynarodowa Konferencja Spektroskopii Sond Skanujących; Poznań, Polska; 21-25.06.2015; Topography and mechanical properties of electrospun PHBV fibers – a nanoscale approach
10) International Conference on Innovative Manufacturing Technology IMT 2013, (Kraków, Polska) 18-20.11.2013; Study of mechanical
properties of materials in the nanoscale using atomic force microscopy
11) Euro AFM Forum (Gottingen, Niemcy) 17-19.03.2014; Atomic force microscopy topography and mechanical properties determination of electrospun fibers using modified scanning probes
12) Nanotechnology Poster Conference – Nanoposter 2014 (nanopaprika) 14-18.04.2014; In vitro degradation and mechanical properties of PCL/HAp scaffold tested with PeakForce Quantitative NanoMechanics AFM
13) 3rd Edition of European Young Engineers Conference (Warszawa, Polska) 29-30.04.2014; Atomic force microscopy mechanical properties determination of three dimensional rapid-prototyped tissue engineering scaffolds
14) V Konferencja Centrum Badań Przedklinicznych i Technologii (CePT) (Warszawa, Polska) 27.05.2014; Biomaterials engineering and regenerative medicine application
15) IV Summer Symposium on Nanomaterials and their application to Biology and Medicine (Poznań, Polska) 16-18.06.2014; Topography and mechanical properties imaging of composite scaffold for tissue engineering application by atomic force microscopy
16) VII Seminarium „Badania prowadzone metodami skaningowej mikroskopii bliskich oddziaływań – STM/AFM 2012”, Zakopane, 28.11 – 02.12. 2012; Utrwalanie komórek – ocena metod, które mogą zostać wykorzystane podczas oceny wytworzonej tkanki na rusztowaniach kompozytowych na bazie bioceramiki i polimerów degradowalnych
17) Międzynarodowe warsztaty „Hysitron Nanobruecken-Dresden Workshop”, Drezno, 20-22.03.2013; Mapping the nanomechanical properties and structure of human hair using an atomic force microscopy
18) EMRS Fall Meeting, Warszawa, 16-20.09.2013; Quantitative imaging of electrospun fibers for tissue engineering application by PeakForce Quantitative NanoMechanics Atomic Force Microscopy


IZAOIzabela Osica (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: izabela.osica@gmail.com

Phone: +48 22 234 86 89

 

Scientific interest:

nanomaterials, nanocomposites, biomaterials, polymers, gas sensitive nanomaterials, gas sensors, smart drug delivery systems, smart coatings for biomedicine, nanomedicine 

 

 

 

Previous education: 2013 – 2017 Poland / Japan PhD

Warsaw University of Technology / National Institute for Material Science 

Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering

WUT-NIMS International Joint Graduate Program

Dissertation: Silica flake shell-porphyrin hybrid nanomaterials sensitive to gas detection (in English)

2007 – 2012 Poland M.Sc. Eng.

Warsaw University of Technology

Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering in Modern Construction Materials

Master thesis: Rigid Polyurethane Foams from Tall Oil Polyols for Thermal Insulation (in English)

 

Publications:

  1. A. Melo, A. F., Sedenho, G., Osica, I., Ariga, K., & Crespilho, F. (2019). Electrochemical behaviour of cytochrome c immobilized in magnetically induced mesoporous framework. ChemElectroChem, 6(23), 5802-5809
  2. A. Melo, A. F., A. Macedo, L. J., Hassan, A., Osica, I., Shrestha, L. K., Ji, Q., … & Crespilho, F. N. (2019). Microwires of Au−Ag Nanocages Patterned via Magnetic Nanoadhesives for Investigating Proteins using Surface Enhanced Infrared Absorption Spectroscopy. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 11(20), 18053-18061
  3. Lu, F., Jang, K., Osica, I., Hagiwara, K., Yoshizawa, M., Ishii, M., … & Ishihara, S. (2018). Supercooling of functional alkyl-π molecular liquids. Chemical Science, 9, 6774-6778
  4. Cierech, M., Osica, I., Kolenda, A., Wojnarowicz, J., Szmigiel, D., Łojkowski, W., … & Mierzwińska-Nastalska, E. (2018). Mechanical and Physicochemical Properties of Newly Formed ZnO-PMMA Nanocomposites for Denture Bases. Nanomaterials, 8(5), 305
  5. Osica, I., Imamura, G., Shiba, K., Ji, Q., Shrestha, L. K., Hill, J. P., … & Ariga, K. (2017). Highly Networked Capsular Silica–Porphyrin Hybrid Nanostructures as Efficient Materials for Acetone Vapor Sensing. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 9(11), 9945-9954
  6. Osica, I., Melo, A. F., Imamura, G., Shiba, K., Ji, Q., Hill, J. P., … & Ariga, K. (2017). Fabrication of Silica-Protein Hierarchical Nanoarchitecture with Gas-Phase Sensing Activity. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 17(8), 5908-5917
  7. Cierech, M., Kolenda, A., Osica, I., Spychalski, M., Kurzydłowski, K. J., & Mierzwińska-Nastalska, E. (2015). Influence of Photopolymerized Resin on Selected Physicochemical Properties of Polymethyl Methacrylate Resin Surface. Dental and Medical Problems, 52(3), 298-303 (in Polish)
  8. Osica, I., Brynk, T., Kowalski, M., Krauze, S., & Jurczyk-Kowalska, M. (2014). Flammability and mechanical properties of wood-based composites. Proceedings of ECCM16 -16th European Conference on Composite Material

 

MGlocMichał Gloc (Ph.D. Eng.)

 

Phone: 505-176-351
 
Previous education:
 

2008 – 2014  Doctorate Degree in Materials Science and Engineering,  Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Material Science and Engineering

 

Work experience:

2007 – present

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Material Science and Engineering (Functional Materials)

Positions: Materials Science Engineer, Senior Technologist

 
 Publications:
  1. Agnieszka T. Krawczynska, Stanislaw Gierlotka, Przemyslaw Suchecki, Daria Setman Boguslawa AdamczykCieslak, Michal Gloc, Witold Chrominski, Malgorzata LewandowskaMichael Zehetbauer“Phenomena Occurring in Nanostructured Stainless Steel 316LVM during Annealing under High Hydrostatic Pressure” Advanced engineering materialsNVolume: 21 Issue: 1
  1. Aleksander Prociak, Leonard Szczepkowski, Joanna Ryszkowska, Maria Kurańska, Monika Auguścik, Elżbieta Malewska, Michał Gloc, Sławomir Michałowski “Influence of Chemical Structure of Petrochemical Polyol on Properties of Bio‑polyurethane Foams” Journal of Polymers and the Environment 27: 2360–2368, 2019
  1. Salasinska Kamila, Mizera Kamila, Barczewski Mateusz, Borucka Monika, Gloc Michal, Celinski Maciej, Gajek Agnieszka” The influence of degree of fragmentation of Pinus sibirica on flammability, thermal and thermomechanical behavior of the epoxy-composites”
  1. Robert Kosturek , Marcin Wachowski, Lucjan Śnieżek, Michał Gloc“The Influence of the Post-Weld Heat Treatment on the Microstructure of Inconel 625/Carbon Steel Bimetal Joint Obtained by ExplosiveWelding” Metals 2019, 9, 246; doi:10.3390, 2019
  1. Wachowski, M Kosturek, R, Sniezek, L, Mroz, S Gloc, M Krawczynska, Malek, M“Analysis of the microstructure of an laminate produced using the explosive-welding method” Materials in technology” Volume: 53 Issue: 2 Pages: 239-24, 2019
  1. Chlanda A, Oberbek P , Heljak M, Kijenska-Gawronska E, Bolek T, Gloc M, John Janeta, Wozniak M,“Fabrication, multi-scale characterization and in-vitro evaluation of porous hybrid bioactive glass polymer-coated scaffolds for bone tissue engineering”Materials science & engineering c-materials for biological applications, Volume: 94Pages: 516-523, 2019
  1. Dubicka Zofia, Owocki, Krzysztof, Gloc Michal“Micro- and nanostructures of calcareous foraminiferal tests: insight from representatives of miliolida, rotaliida and lagenida”Journal of foraminiferal research Volume: 48 Issue: 2 Pages: 142-155 , Kwiecień 2018
  1. Michał Gloc, Hanna Słomińska, Łukasz Ciupiński“Hydrogen Influence on Microstructure and Properties of Novel Explosive Welded Corrosion Resistant Clad Materials” Defect and Diffusion Forum (Volume 382), Chapter 3: Material Processing and Manufacturing Engineering, strony 167-172 Styczeń 2018
  1. Michał Gloc, Maciej Szwed, Andrzej Zagórski, Jaroslaw Mizera“Hydrogen Influence on Microstructure, Corrosion Resistance and Mechanical Properties of Low Alloy Steel and Explosively Cladded Steel Used for Hydrogen Storage Salt Cavern” Applied Mechanics and Materials (Volume 875) strony:47-52 Styczeń 2018
  1. Marcin Wachowski, Michał Gloc Tomasz Slezak“The Effect of Heat Treatment on the Microstructure and Properties of Explosively Welded Titanium-Steel Plates” Journal of materials engineering and performance   Vol.: 26   Issue: 3   Pages: 945-954  Marzec 2017
  1. Manhard A, U. von Toussaint, Balden M, Elgeti S, Plocinski T, Grzonka J, Gloc  M, Ciupinski L,Microstructure and defect analysis in the vicinity of blisters in polycrystalline tungstenNuclear materials and energy, Volume: 12, Page, s: 714-719,
  1. Michał Gloc, MarcinWachowski, Witold Zielinski, Tomasz Plocinski, Krzysztof Jan Kurzydlowski„Microstructural and microanalysis investigations of bond titanium grade1 / low alloy steel St52-3N obtained by explosive welding”. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, Volume 671, Luty2016, Pages 446-451 IF 2,999
  1. Socha Grzegorz, Madejski Bartosz, Gloc Michal, Chrominski Witold, Ciupinski Łukasz, Georgsson PeterAccumulation and mechanism of the fatigue damage for a nickel based superalloy MATERIALS TODAY-PROCEEDINGS Volume: 4 Issue: 5 Pages: 5946-5950 Part: 1 Published: 2017
  1. Maciej Szwed, Michał Gloc, Łukasz Sarniak„Monitorowanie degradacji wodorowej stali in situ podczas wodorowania katodowego poprzez badania ultradźwiękowe z wykorzystaniem głowicy Phased Array o macierzowym układzie przetworników Vol 88, No 10 (2016): Przegląd Spawalnictwa – Welding Technology Review
  1. Saksl Karel, Szulc Zygmunt, Gloc Michal“Evaluation of residual strains and stresses using two-dimensional x-ray difraction Book Group Author(s): TANGER LtdConference: 25th Anniversary International Conference on Metallurgy and Materials (METAL) Location: Brno, CZECH REPUBLIC MAY 25-27, 2016
  1. Ciecierska, M. Jurczyk-Kowalska, P. Bazarnik, M. Gloc, M. Kulesza, M. Kowalski, S. Krauze, M. Lewandowska„Flammability, mechanical properties and structure of rigid polyurethane foams with different types of carbon reinforcing materials” Composite Structures Volume 140, 15 April 2016, Pages 67–76 IF: 3.318
  1. Salasinska Kamila, Polka Magdalena, Gloc Michał, Ryszkowska Joanna“Natural fiber composites: The effect of the kind and content of filler on the dimensional and fire stability of polyolefin-based composites” Polimery [0032-2725]  rok:2016 tom:61 zesz.:4 str.:255 -265
  1. A Krawczynska, M. Gloc, K. Lublinska“Intergranular corrosion resistance of nanostructured austenitic stainless steel” Journal of Materials Science July 2013, Volume 48, Issue 13, pp 4517-4523, IF 2.163
  1. Szwed, M. Gloc, M. Wielgat, L. Sarniak, K. Lublinska, A. Zagorski, K. J. Kurzydlowski„Evaluation of hydrogen degradation of steel plates by in situ ultrasonic testing with 2Dphased array matrix probe” Asian thermal spray conference proceedings p98-101, 2012
  1. Michał Gloc, Łukasz Ciupiński, Zygmunt Szulc, Krzysztof Jan Kurzydłowski“Aspects of producing tungsten – steel joints by explosive welding” The European Energy Conference 2012 (E2C), Conference book p. 94-96, 2012
  1. Michał Gloc, Krystyna Lublińska, Krzysztof Rożniatowski, Krzysztof Jan Kurzydłowski„The influence of biogas (hydrogen) on degradation of transfer pipelines” The European Gas Technology Conference (EGATEC 2011), Conference book p. 103-105
  1. Lublińska, M.Gloc, M.Szwed, A.Zagórski, K.J.Kurzydłowski“Wpływ wodoru na adhezję plateru do podłoża w złączach wytworzonych metodąwalcowania na gorąco” Ochrona przed Korozją, Vol. 53, 11, 2010, 602-604
  1. Lublińska, A.Szummer, M.Gloc, M.Szwed, A.Zagórski, K.J.Kurzydłowski“Korozja wodorowa złącza plater-blacha stalowa wytworzonego metodą walcowania nagorąco” Archiwum Technologii Maszyn i Automatyzacji, Vol. 30, Nr 1, 2010, p. 127-134
  1. Lublińska, M.Gloc, A.Zagórski, K.J.Kurzydłowski“Zastosowanie badań mikrostrukturalnych i mikroanalitycznych do oceny niszczeniakorozyjnego” Ochrona przed Korozją, Vol. 11, 2009r,p. 527
  1. Lublińska, A.Szummer, K.Szpila, M.Gloc, K.J.Kurzydłowski“Hydrogen Corrosion of Explobond in Clad Steels” Proc.IX Inter. Symposium on Explosive Production of New Materials (EPNM- 2008), A.Deribas, Y.Scheck, Lise, Netherlands, May 6-9, 2008, p.48
  1. Szwed, K.Lublińska, M.Gloc, W.Manaj, K.J.Kurzydłowski“Steel clad plates hydrogen degradation evaluation using ultrasonic defectoscopy”Advances in manufacturing science and technology Vol. 33, No. 4, 2009
  1. Szwed, K.Lublińska, G.Wojas, M.Gloc, K.J.Kurzydłowski”“Ultrasonic testing of clad plates for evaluation of hydrogen degradation” Proc. VI European Stainless Steel Conference, eds.P.Karjalainen, S.Hertzman, Helsinki, Finlandia, June 10-13, 2008, pp.63-68
  1. Lublińska, A.Szummer, M.Gloc, K.Szpila, K.J.Kurzydłowski“Effect of hydrogen on degradation of explosion welded clad steel” Acta Metallurgica Slovaca, 13, 2007, 508-511 Impact factor 0.477
  1. Szwed, K.Lublińska, Ł.Sarniak, M.Gloc, W.Manaj, K.J.KurzydłowskiDefektoskopia ultradźwiękowa w ocenie degradacji wodorowej stalowych blach platerowanych” Ochrona przed Korozją, 11SA, 2007, 367-370

List of research projects:

  • „Novel explosive welded corrosion resistant clad materials for geothermal plants” Project Explo Guard. In Poland is funded by The National Centre for Research and Development according to the contract No. M-ERA.NET/2013/01/2015 under the Programme M-ERA.NET
  • „Failure analysis and damage mechanisms of newly developed, gamma-prime strengthened Ni – based superalloy” in cooperation with the Institute of Aviation in Warsaw, the Swedish Research Institute KIMAB and the company GKN Aerospace in Sweden under the FAMEC, Clean Sky project JTI-CS-2013-02-SAGE-01-0022.
  • „A storage of hydrogen in the form of salt caverns” Project funded by the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR) within GECKON project. Industry Partners: GK LOTOS SA, Gas System S.A and research units: AGH, Warsaw University of Technology, Silesian University of Technology
  • “Technologies supporting the development of safe nuclear energy„ The research project carried out by the Warsaw University of Technology and the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology in Warsaw. Project Number: SP / J / 3/143045/11
  • “Manufacturing of joints CuCrZr-316L stainless steel cladded by explosive method ” implemented within the framework of the strategic project Research “Preparation and characterization of advanced structural materials for fusion reactors„ The research project carried out by the Warsaw University of Technology and the Institute of Nuclear Physics Academy of Sciences.
  • „Material research and numerical calculations for the construction of future fusion reactor” Program name: 7th Framework Programme – Euratom; Fusion Energy Project Contract number FU-07-CT-2007-0006

neharenNehar Celikkin (Ph.D. Student)

e-mail: neharcelikkin@gmail.com

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

Fax: +48 (22) 234 87 50

 

Scientific interest:
3D bioplotting, uCT imaging, naturally derived hydrogels, bone tissue engineering

 

 

Previous Education:

2011- BSc. Chemical Engineering – Hacettepe University
2013- MSc. Biomedical Engineering – Trinity College Dublin/RWTH Aachen

Publications:

Celikkin N, Jakubcová L, Zenke M, Hoss M, Wong JE, Hieronymus T. Polyelectrolyte coating of ferumoxytol nanoparticles for labeling of dendritic cells. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. 2015 Apr 15;380:39-45.

López-Noriega A, Quinlan E, Celikkin N, O’Brien FJ. Incorporation of polymeric microparticles into collagen-hydroxyapatite scaffolds for the delivery of a pro-osteogenic peptide for bone tissue engineering. APL Materials. 2015 Jan 1;3(1):014910.

Celikkin N, Kosik A, Constantini M, Swieszkowski W. Chitosan Methacrylate Coated 3D Printed Alginate Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering.Tissue Engineering PART A. 2015 Sep 1:21:S195-S196. 

Celikkin N, Mastrogiacomo S, Walboomers F, Swieszkowski W, The effect of UV crosslinked hydrogels’ mechanical stiffness on osteogenic differentiation, Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. Conference Abstract 10th World Biomaterials Congress. doi:10.3389/conf.FBIOE.2016.01.00434.

Celikkin N, Szlązak K, Jaroszewicz J, Święszkowski W, Golden hydrogel – hydrogels visible for µCT imaging in tissue engineering, European Cells and Materials 2016:31(Suppl. 1):p P85, Conference Abstract: TERMIS EU 2016

 


Chiara Rinoldi (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: Chiara.Rinoldi@inmat.pw.edu.pl

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

Fax: +48 (22) 234 87 50

Scientific interest:

electrospinning, nanocomposite materials, tendons and ligaments regeneration,
development of biomaterials for tissue engineering, fiber-based for biofabrication,
investigation of cell-material interaction.

 

Previous Education:

From 2015   PhD candidate at the Faculty of Materials Science, Warsaw University of Technology. PhD thesis: ‘Spun fiber-based scaffolds for tendon tissue engineering’

2014 Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at Polytechnic of Milan, Italy

2012 Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering at Polytechnic of Milan, Italy

Internships and research abroad

Apr 2019 University of Tor Vergata, Department of Biology. 00133 Rome, Italy.

Oct 2016 – Sept 2017 Biomaterials Innovation Research Center, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Boston, MA, 02139, USA

Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA.

May- July 2015 Université de Haute Alsace, ENSISA, Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique Textiles. 68093 Mulhouse, France.

 

List of publications

 

  1. Chiara Rinoldi, Ewa Kijeńska, Adrian Chlanda, Emilia Choinska, Nabyl Khenoussi, Ali Tamayol, Ali Khademhosseini, Wojciech Swieszkowski. Nanobead-on-string composites for tendon tissue engineering. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2018. 6 (19), 3116-3127.
  2. Chiara Rinoldi, Afsoon Fallahi, Iman Yazdi, Jessica Campos Paras, Ewa Kijeńska-Gawrońska, Grissel Trujillo-de Santiago, Abuduwaili Tuoheti, Danilo Demarchi, Nasim Annabi, Ali Khademhosseini, Wojciech Swieszkowski, Ali Tamayol. Mechanical and Biochemical Stimulation of 3D Multi-layered Scaffolds for Tendon Tissue Engineering. ACS Biomaterials Science and Engineering. 2019, 5,6, 2953-2964.
  3. Chiara Rinoldi, Marco Costantini, Ewa Kijeńska‐Gawrońska, Stefano Testa, Ersilia Fornetti, Marcin Heljak, Moinka Ćwiklińska, Robert Buda, Jacopo Baldi, Stefano Cannata, Jan Guzowski, Cesare Gargioli, Ali Khademhosseini, Wojciech Swieszkowski. Tendon Tissue Engineering: Effects of Mechanical and Biochemical Stimulation on Stem Cell Alignment on Cell‐Laden Hydrogel Yarns. Advanced Healthcare Materials. 2019, 8, 1801218
  4. Saghi Saghazadeh, Chiara Rinoldi, Maik Schot, Sara Saheb Kashaf, Fatemeh Sharifi, Elmira Jalilian, Kristo Nuutila, Giorgio Giatsidis, Pooria Mostafalu, Hossein Derakhshandeh, Kan Yue, Wojciech Swieszkowski, Adnan Memic, Ali Tamayol, Ali Khademhosseini. Grug delivery systems and materials for wound healing applications. Advanced drug delivery reviews, 2018. Volume 127, 1 March 2018, Pages 138-166.
  5. Nehar Celikkin, Chiara Rinoldi, Marco Costantini, Marcella Trombetta, Alberto Rainer, Wojciech Swieszkowski. Naturally derived proteins and glycosaminoglycan scaffolds for tissue engineering, Volume 78, 1 September 2017, Pages 1277-1299.
  6. Amir Nasajpour, Sahar Ansari, Chiara Rinoldi, Afsaneh Shahrokhi Rad, Tara Aghaloo, Su Ryon Shin, Yogendra Kumar Mishra, Rainer Adelung, Wojciech Swieszkowski, Nasim Annabi, Ali Khademhosseini, Alireza Moshaverinia, Ali Tamayol. A Multifunctional Polymeric Periodontal Membrane with Osteogenic and Antibacterial Characteristics. Advanced Functional Materials, 2018. 28 (3), 1703437.
  7. Adrian Chlanda, Ewa Kijeńska, Chiara Rinoldi, Michał Tarnowski, Wierzchoń Tadeusz, Wojciech Swieszkowski. Structure and physico-mechanical properties of low temperature plasma-treated electrospun nanofibrous scaffolds examined with atomic force microscopy. Micron. Volume 107, April 2018, Pages 79-84.
  8. Lorenzo Sardelli, Daniela P. Pacheco, Laura Zorzetto, Chiara Rinoldi, Wojciech Święszkowski, Paola Petrini. Engineering biological gradients. Journal of applied biomaterials & functional materials, 2019, 17 (1), 2280800019829023.
  9.  Afsoon Fallahi, Iman Yazdi, Ludovic Serex, Emal Lasha, Negar Faramarzi, Farhang Tarlan, Huseyin Avci, Raquel Almeida, Fatemeh Sharifi, Chiara Rinoldi, Manuela E Gomes, SuRyon Shin, Ali Khademhosseini, Mohsen Akbari, Ali Tamayol. Customizable composite fibers for engineering skeletal muscle models. ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering. Accepted, November 2019.

Book chapter

  1. Marco Costantini, Stefano Testa, Chiara Rinoldi, Nehar Celikkin, Joanna Idaszek, Cristina Colosi, Andrea Barbetta, Cesare Gargioli, Wojciech Swieszkowski. 3D Tissue Modelling of Skeletal Muscle Tissue. Chapter 9, Biofabrication and 3D Tissue modeling. Royal society of chemistry Editor. January 2019, Pages 184-215.

Conference material

  1. Chiara Rinoldi, Ewa Kijeńska and Wojciech Swieszkowski (2016). Producing and characterizing PCL/PA6 three dimensional nanofibrous scaffolds for tendons and ligaments regeneration. Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. Conference Abstract: 10th World Biomaterials Congress. doi: 10.3389/conf.FBIOE.2016.01.02858

List of Conferences

Oral presentations:

  1. 9-11 June, 2015. Nano-scale Materials: Characterization-Techniques and Applications. Dresden, Germany. ‘Producing PCL nanofibers for tendons and ligaments regeneration’.
  2. 15-18 October, 2017. Biofabrication 2017. Beijing, ‘Mechanical and biochemical stimulation of a 3D multi-layered scaffolds for tendon tissue engineering’.
  3. 20-21 October,2017. Nowatorskie metody wspomagające gojenie i regenerację ścięgien i więzadeł na przykładzie ścięgna Achillesa. Warsaw, Poland. 3D multi-layered scaffolds for tendon tissue engineering’
  4. 16-18 January, 2018. Electrospin 2018. Cape Town, South Africa. ‘Bead-on-string electrospun nanocomposite fibrous system for tissue engineering’.
  5. 4-7 September, 2018. TERMIS World congress 2018. Kyoto, Japan. ‘The synergistic effect of mechanical and biochemical stimulation on 3D multi-layered scaffolds for tendon tissue engineering’.
  6. 27 October, Nowatorskie metody wspomagające gojenie i regenerację ścięgien i więzadeł na przykładzie ścięgna Achillesa. Warsaw, Poland. Development of Aligned Cell-laden Hydrogel Yarns as Tendon Tissue Model.3D multi-layered scaffolds for tendon tissue engineering’.
  7. 28-31 October, 2018. Biofabrication 2018. Wurzburg, Germany. ‘Development of Aligned Cell-laden Hydrogel Yarns as Tendon Tissue Model’.
  8. 14-15 October, 2019. 1st InterBioMed Young Scientists Forum. Warsaw, Poland. ‘Tendon tissue engineering: design of aligned cell-laden hydrogel fibers’.

 

Poster presentations:

  1. 19-20 September, 2015. Materials Weekend. Warsaw, Poland. ‘Producing PCL/PA6 three dimensional nanofibrous scaffolds for tendons and ligaments regeneration’.
  2. 20-24 September, 2015. Euromat: European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced Materials and Processes. Warsaw, Poland. ‘3D scaffolds system for cell growth and proliferation’.
  3. 17-22 May, 2016. World Biomaterial Congress. Montreal, Canada. ‘Producing and characterizing PCL/PA6 three dimensional nanofibrous scaffolds for tendons and ligaments regeneration’.
  4. 28 June–1 July, 2016. Electrospin 2016. Otranto, Italy. ‘Electrospun polyamide 6/silica nanoparticles for tendon and ligament regeneration’.
  5. 22-23 March, 2018. TERMIS EU workshop – 3D Printing in Musculoskeletal Tissue Engineering. Warsaw, Poland. ‘Cell-laden aligned hydrogel fibers for tendon tissue engineering’.

Attendance:

  1. 15-18 April, 2015. Society for Biomaterials: Driving Biomaterial Innovation and the Race to Translation. Charlotte, NC, USA.
  2. 17-21 July, 2017. Micro- and Nanotechnologies for Medicine: Emerging Frontiers and Applications – Workshop. Cambridge, MA, USA.

 

List of research projects

  1. START – Novel Scaffold-based Tissue Engineering Approaches to Healing and Regeneration of Tendons and Ligaments. STRATEGMED1/233224/10/NCBR/2014.
  2. 3DMUSCLE – Consolidation of 3D printing, cell biology and material technology for the development of bioprinted meat – A prototype study. PL-TWIII/5/2016.
  3. BIONIC – Biodrukowanie 3D rusztowań z wykorzystaniem żywych wysp trzustkowych lub komórek produkujących insulinę w celu stworzenia bionicznej trzustki”. STRATEGMED3/305813/2/NCBR/2017.

bartekBartłomiej Wysocki (Ph.D. Eng.)

 

e-mail: wysocki.bartlomiej@gmail.com

Phone: 48 22 234 8156

Scientific interest:

3D printing technologies (laser and electron beam melting, stereolithography, fused deposition modeling) and investigation of relationships between processing parameters, materials properties, and microstructure

 

Previous Education:

2011-2018 Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Doctor’s degree
2010-2011 Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Biomaterials,  Master’s Degree

Position held:

2016-current President of Materialscare sp. z o.o. (www.materialscare.com)

Internships:

2015 – University of Malta, Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science (Msida, Malta)

2013 – Jackson State University, Interdisciplinary Center for Nanotoxicity (ICN) (Jackson, MS, USA)

2012 – University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Nuremberg, Niemcy)

2010 – Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals, (Gliwice, Polska)

2009 – Mint of Poland S.A. (Warszawa, Polska)

Awards:

2019 – Award for oral presentation on conference “Implants 2019” in Gdansk, Poland (28-29 June 2019)
2016 – Award for best project on hackathon “Citizens in medicine” in Warsaw, Poland (26 November 2019)
2016 – Best poster on conference Fraunhofer Direct Digital Manufacturing Conference 2016 (DDMC 2016)
           in Berlin, Germany (16-17 march 2016)
2013 – Best poster of symposium J “Smart and responsive materials for engineering of connective tissues”
           at European Materials Research Society (EMRS) 2013 Fall Meeting conference
2013 – Award for outstanding service monitoring students participating in 2013 Summer Internships at Jackson State
           University, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Jackon, MS, USA

Journal publications:

  • B. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, J. Buhagiar, K. Szlązak, T. Brynk, K.J. Kurzydlowski,
    W. Święszkowski; The influence of chemical polishing of titanium scaffolds on their mechanical
    strength and in-vitro cell response; Materials Science and Engineering: C, 95 (2019) 428-439
    (IF=4.162).
  • Ł. Żrodowski, B. Wysocki, R. Wróblewski, A. Krawczyńska, B. Adamczyk-Cieślak,
    J. Zdunek, P. Błyskun, J. Ferenc, M. Leonowicz, W. Święszkowski; New approach
    to amorphization of alloys with low glass forming ability via selective laser melting;
    Journal of Alloys and Compounds; 771 (2019) 769-776 (IF=4.175).
  • B. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, J. Zdunek, K. Rożniatowski, M. Pisarek, A. Yamamoto,
    W. Święszkowski; The Influence of Selective Laser Melting (SLM) Process Parameters
    on In-Vitro Cell Response, International Journal of Molecular Sciences 19(6):1619, 2018
    (IF=3.226).
  • D. Westhoff, J. Skibiński, O. Sedivy, B. Wysocki, T. Wejrzanowski, V. Schmidt, Investigation
    of the relationship between morphology and permeability for open-cell foams using virtual
    materials testing, Materials & Design; 147:1-10 (2018) (IF=5,770).
  • B. Wysocki, P. Maj, R. Sitek, J. Buhagiar, K. J. Kurzydłowski and W. Święszkowski;
    Laser and Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing Methods of Fabricating Titanium Bone
    Implants, Applied Sciences 7(7), 657, 2017 (IF=1.689)
  • B. Wysocki, P. Maj, A. Krawczyńska, K. Rożniatowski, J. Zdunek, K. J. Kurzydłowski,
    W. Święszkowski, Microstructure and mechanical properties investigation of CP Titanium
    processed by Selective Laser Melting (SLM), Journal of Materials Processing Technology 241
    (2017) 13–23 (IF=3.147).
  • B. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, K. Szlązak, K. Strzelczyk, T. Brynk, K. J. Kurzydłowski,
    W. Święszkowski; Post Processing and Biological Evaluation of the Titanium Scaffolds
    for Bone Tissue Engineering, Materials 9(3), 197, 2016 (IF=2.654).
  • J. Skibiński, K. Ćwieka, T. Kowalkowski, B. Wysocki, T. Wejrzanowski,
    K.J. Kurzydłowski; Influence of pore size variation on the pressure drop in open-cell foams,
    Materials & Design; 87, 2015, 650-655 (IF=4.023).
  • B. Wysocki, B. Dybała, K.J. Kurzydłowski, D. Leszczyńska, W. Święszkowski, CNTs
    as ion carriers in formation of calcium phosphate coatings, Surface Engineering; 31(10), 2015,
    733-739 (IF=1.5).

Patents:

  • PL.423442 – Method for additive manufacturing three dimensional objects; B. Wysocki,
    Ł. Żrodowski, A. Chmielewska, W. Świeszkowski, A. Supeł, K. J. Kurzydłowski, K.
    Czarnecka
  • US10053791B2; (USA) – Method For Obtaining A Composite Coating On Titanium
    Implants For Tissue Engineering; B. Wysocki, D. Leszczyńska, K.J. Kurzydłowski, W.
    Święszkowski – collaborate patent between Jackson State University/Warsaw University
    of Technology
  • WO2017123107A1 (EU, USA, ASIA, AFRICA) – Method for additive manufacturing
    three dimensional objects from metallic glasses; Ł. Żrodowski, B. Wysocki,
    W. Święszkowski, K.J. Kurzydłowski.
  • P.425508 (PL) – Bioactive endosteal dental implant; A. Chmielewska, B. Wysocki, P.
    Wychowański, W. Święszkowski, J. Mizera.
  • P.420974 (PL) – The method of producing three-dimensional objects based on the ternary
    phases of the TiAlN system; R. Sitek, M. Szustecki, Ł. Żrodowski, J. Mizera, B. Wysocki
  • P.415474 (PL) – Working system for laser powder processing; Ł. Żrodowski, C. Żrodowski,
    B. Wysocki, W. Święszkowski, K.J. Kurzydłowski
  • P.428410A1 – The method of obtaining composites based on metallic glasses; Ł.
    Żrodowski, B. Wysocki, W. Święszkowski, A. Chmielewska, A. Krawczyńska, B.
    Morończyk, R. Wróblewski.

Selected conference presentations:

  • 12-13.IX.2019, Lübeck, Germany, Additive Manufacturing Meets Medicine, B Wysocki, A.
    Chmielewska, Ł. Żrodowski, W. Święszkowski, Hybrid solid-porous titanium scaffolds.
  • 1-5. IX.2019, Stocholm, Sweden, EUROMAT 2019, The influence of chemical polishing of
    titanium scaffolds on their mechanical strength and in-vitro cell response.
  • 2-4.X.2018, Smolenice, Slovakia, Young Ceramists Network – YCN Workshop;
    B. Wysocki, Calcium phosphates as fillers and coatings for tissue engineering scaffolds.
  • 21-27.I.2018, Male, Italy, Diagnostyka Materiałów Polimerowych, B. Wysocki,
    A. Chmielewska, M. Rysz, K. Szlązak, W. Święszkowski, 3D printing of patient specific implants
    for human and veterinary medicine.
  • 26.VI.2018, Berlin, Germany, Interdisciplinary Research on Unicellular Eukaryotic Organisms
    – Diatoms, B. Wysocki, 3D printing of patient specific implants for human and veterinary
    medicine.
  • 28-29.VI.2018, Wroclaw, Poland, AMM (Additive Manufacturing Meeting) 2018,
    B. Wysocki, A. Chmielewska, M. Rysz, W. Święszkowski, 3D printing of patient-specific implants
    and medical instruments for human and veterinary medicine.
  • 24-26.IV.2017, Warsaw, Poland, 6th European Young Engineers Conference (EYEC),
    B. Wysocki, A. Supeł, J. Idaszek, A. Brojanowska, W. Święszkowski, Electrodeposition of the
    calcium-phosphate coatings on selective laser melted titanium
  • 19-22.IX.2016, E-MRS 2016, Warsaw, Poland, B. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, J. Buhagiar, G. Cassar,
    K. Szlązak, T. Brynk, K. J. Kurzydlowski, Wojciech Święszkowski, The influence of chemical
    polishing of titanium scaffolds on their mechanical strength and in-vitro cell response
  • 5-8.VI.2016, AMT 2016, Rawa Mazowiecka, Polska, B. Wysocki, J. Buhagiar, G. Cassar, P.
    Maj, A. Krawczyńska, K. J. Kurzydlowski, W.Święszkowski, Characterization of Ti-6Al-4V alloy
    processed by SLM and EBM technologies
  • 30.VIII-3.IX.2015, Krakow, Poland, 27th Europen Conference on Biomaterialas,
    B. A. Wysocki, J. Idaszek, W. Święszkowski, K.J. Kurzydłowski, Cell proliferation controlled by
    Selective Laser Melting (SLM) process parameters.
  • 19-20.IX.2015, Warsaw, Poland, Materials Weekend 2015, B. Wysocki, J. Idaszek,
    K.J. Kurzydłowski, W. Święszkowski, The influence of Selective Laser Melting (SLM) process
    parameters on in-vitro cell response.
  • 20-24.IX.2015, Warsaw, Poland, Euromat 2015, B. Wysocki, K. Strzelczyk,
    W. Święszkowski, Fabrication and chemical treatment of titanium scaffolds with gradient pore
    size.
  • 7-9.X.2015, Bochnia, Poland, Methods & Tools for CAE – concepts and applications,
    B. Wysocki, K.J. Kurzydłowski, W. Święszkowski Characterization Of Solid And Porous Titanium
    Implants Fabricated In Selective Laser Melting Process.
  • 25-26.IX.2014, Dresden, Germany, 3rd Internatinal Phd’s Seminar; B. Wysocki,
    W. Święszkowski, K.J. Kurzydłowski; Anisotropy of microstructure and mechanical properties of
    selective laser melted titanium for biomedical applications.
  • 29-30.IV.2014, Warsaw, Poland, 3rd European Young Engineers Conference (EYEC),
    B. Wysocki, K.J. Kurzydłowski, Wojciech Święszkowski; Optimization of Selective Laser Melting
    (SLM) Process Parameters for Titanium Scaffolds Fabrication for Biomedical Applications.

 


Karol SlazakKarol Szlązak (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: karolszlazak@wp.pl

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

Previous Education:

M.Sc Eng. – Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Division of Materials Design, specialization – biomaterials

Interest:

computed tomography, composites for bone tissue regeneration, bioresorbable polymers, tissue engineering

Publications:

Osica I., Szlązak K., Kapłan T., Cierech M., Wróbel K., Mierzwińska – Nastalska E., Bucki J.J., Święszkowski W. Study the porosity and water absorption of selected acrylic materials used in prosthetic dentistry applied in prosthetic disc. Przetwórstwo tworzyw 1 (151) january-february 2013

 


ala-enAlicja Kosik-Kozioł (Ph.D. Eng.)


e-mail: alakosik@wp.pl

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

Fax: +48 (22) 234 87 50

 

 

 

Previous Education:

2014- Eng. The Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Biomedical Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology
2013- M.Sc. Eng. The Faculty of Chemistry, Chemical Technology, Warsaw University of Technology,
Synthesis, Catalysis and High Temperature Processes
2012- Eng. The Faculty of Chemistry, Chemical Technology, Warsaw University of Technology

Publications:

Kosik A, Luchowska U, Święszkowski W. Electrolyte alginate/poly-l-lysine membranes for connective tissue development. Materials Letters. 2016;184:104-107

Kosik A, Bolek T, Wright M. C, Brinchmann J.E, Szöke K, Święszkowski W, Polylactide short fibers as reinforcement factor for bioprinted-laden chondrocytes alginate construct for cartilage regeneration, European Cells and Materials 2016;31:(1),P466

Kosik A, Vaquette C, Graham E, Chlanda A, Kumar S, Ivanovski S, Święszkowski W,  Hutmacher D. Investigation of the BMP-2 adsorption to different solvent-treated 3D PCL scaffolds. Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol.Conference Abstract: 10th World Biomaterials Congress. 2016

Wszola M, Idaszek J, Berman A, Kosik A, Gorski L, Jozwik A, Dobrzyn A, Cudnoch-Jędrzejewska A, Kaminski A, Wrzesien R, Serwanska-Swietek M, Chmura A, Kwiatkowski A, Swieszkowski W. Bionic Pancreas and Bionic Organs. How far we are from the success. Medtube Science, 2015

Celikkin N, Kosik A, Constantini M, Swieszkowski W. Chitosan Methacrylate Coated 3D Printed Alginate Hydrogels for Tissue Engineering. Tissue Engineering Part A. 2015;21:S195-S196

Kosik A, Swieszkowski W. Poly-l-lysine Coated 3d Printed Alginate Hydrogels for Cartilage Tissue Engineering. Tissue Engineering Part A. 2015; 21:S166-S166

Bogdan Ulejczyk, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Alicja Kosik “Comparative study of decomposition of tetrachloromethane using dielectric barrier discharge powered by different power supplies” 

 Awards:

21-24.IX.2015- 2nd prize for the best poster presentation during FEMS Euromat 2015 (European Congress and Exhibition on Advanced Materials and Processes).

 

 


Zaneta KublikŻaneta Górecka (Ph. D. Student)

e-mail:  gorecka.zaneta@gmail.com

Phone +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

Previous Education:

2015 – Warsaw University of Technology – Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Master of Science in Engineering, specialization: Biomaterials

2013 – Warsaw University of Technology – Faculty of Mechatronics, Engineer in Biomedical Engineering field

 

Publications:

Górecka, Ż., Teichmann, J., Nitschke, M., Chlanda, A., Choinska, E., Werner, C., & Swieszkowski, W., Biodegradable fiducial markers for X-ray imaging–Soft tissue integration and biocompatibility. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2016.
 
Z. Gorecka, E Choinska, K. Szlazak, W. Swieszkowski, Increase of radiopacity of PCL scaffolds for their  in vivo monitoring using x – rays imaging, European Cells and Materials, (2016) 31:Suppl.1, P207

K.Szlązak, A. Chlanda, J. Rębiś, J. Idaszek, Ż. Kublik, J. Jaroszewicz, M. J. Woźniak, W. Święszkowki, Obrazowanie trójwymiarowych rusztowań kostnych zasiedlonych komórkami macierzystymi, Przetwórstwo Tworzyw, 1, st-luty, 2014.

Z.Kublik, J.Idaszek, W.Święszkowski, Fabrication of porous poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyvalerate) scaffolds using a Rapid Prototyping Technique/ Wytwarzanie porowatych rusztowań z poli(3-hydroksymaślanu-co-3-hydroksyvalerianu) za pomocą techniki szybkiego prototypownia, Engineering of Biomaterials Inżynieria Biomateriałów, 116-117, 2012, 79-81

 


Maciej Łojkowski (Ph. D. Student)

e-mail: maciek.lojkowski@gmail.com

phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

 


David Martínez Pérez (Ph.D. Student)

e-mail: dm.perez@inmat.pw.edu.pl

Telefon: +48 (22) 662 31 58

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education: 

  • Bachelor: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Autonomous University of Barcelona.
  • Master: Neuroscience in Autonomous University of Barcelona

Internships:

  • AG Biophotonics group in Philipps University (2013. Marburg, Germany).
  • Neurodegenerative Diseases group in Vall d’Hebron Institut de Recerca (VHIR) (2014. Barcelona, Spain).
  • Nanostructured Functional Materials group in Institut Català de Nanociència i Nanotecnología (ICN2) (2015-16. Bellaterra, Spain)

Awards:

  • The winner of 5th Scientific Photography Competition at Vall d’Hebron Research Institute

Conferences:

  •  Poster presentation. 09-11/11/2015. Crossing Biological Barriers – Advances in Nanocarrier Design for Targeted Drug Delivery. Dresden (Germany). “Novel lysosomal therapeutic based on nanotechnology for Parkinson’s disease”.
  • Poster presentation. 21-23/09/2015. Nanobioapp2015. Latest advances on Nanomaterials for Biomedical applications. Barcelona (Spain). “PLGA based nanoparticles: a new nasal drug delivery system for Parkinson’s disease associated to GBA mutations”.
  • Poster presentation. 08-09/06/2015. HINT. Biomedical, health and bio-related applications of hybrid materials. Bellaterra (Spain). “New lysosomal therapeutic strategies for Parkinson disease”.
  • Poster presentation. 02-05/06/15. Bio-research UAB congress. Science and Bio-science faculty. Bellaterra (Spain). “β-Glucocerebrosidase encapsulation in PLGA nanocapsules and study of its stability as a promising treatment for Parkinson’s disease”. 

 


Alessia ParadisoAlessia Paradiso (Ph.D. Student)

e-mail: alessia.paradiso91@gmail.com

Scientific interest:

Microfluidic-based systems for 3D-(bio)printing and wet-spinning techniques, cell-laden hydrogel fibers for anisotropic engineered tissues.

Education:

2018: Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering – Polytechnic of Turin, Italy.

2014: Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering (Biomaterials and Biomedical Instrumentation specialization) – Polytechnic of Turin, Italy.

Internships:

2018 (May-Sep), Warsaw (Poland): Materials Design Division, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology.

2017 (May-Nov), Boston (USA): Biomaterials Innovation Research Center, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School in cooperation with Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 


DianaDiana Martinez (Ph.D. Student) 

e-mail: diana.martinez@pw.edu.pl

Scientific interest:

Magnesium-based materials for orthopaedic applications

Education:

MSc Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine – The University of Sheffield, UK.

Postgraduate Oral Rehabilitation – Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Bogotá, Colombia

Bachelor degree: Dentist – Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Bogotá, Colombia

List of Publications:

Gupta, D.; Silva, M.; Radziun, K.; Martinez, D.C.; Hill, C.J.; Marshall, J.; Hearnden, V.; Puertas-Mejia, M.A.; Reilly, G.C. Fucoidan Inhibition of Osteosarcoma Cells is Species and Molecular Weight Dependent. Mar. Drugs 2020, 18, 104.

 A. Guerrero, D. C. Martínez, and L. M. Méndez, “Análisis biomecánico comparativo entre coronas individuales y restauraciones ferulizadas implanto soportadas mediante el uso del método de los elementos finitos,” AVANCES Investigación en Ingeniería, vol. 8, no. 9, pp. 8–17, 2011


MarinaMarina Volpi (Ph.D. Student)

e-mail: marinavolpi93@gmail.com

Scientific interest:

3D scaffold fabrication through 3D bioprinting and microfluidic wet -spinning technique for the muscle-skeletal tissue engineering applications

Education:

2015- 2018: Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering (major in Cells, tissues and biotechnology) – Polytechnic of Milan, Italy.

2012-2015: Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering – University of Pisa, Italy.

Internships:

2018-2019: Research Fellow in Biomaterial Group, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering – Warsaw University of Technology,  Poland.


 

 

ALUMNI


M_Gwiazda  Marcin Gwiazda (Ph.D. Student)

    e-mail: st.m.gwiazda@gmail.com

               marcin.gwiazda.dokt@pw.edu.pl

Scientific interest:

electrochemical immunosensors, graphene oxide (GO), electrochemical reduced graphene oxide (ERGO), solution electrospinning, melt electrospinning writing (MEW)

Previous Education:

2018 – Master Studies at the Warsaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering,  Master Degree

2016 – Bachelor Studies at the Warsaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering,

           Engineer Degree

Internships:

15.01.2019     Research Fellow in the Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, Department of Chemical Synthesis and Flake

                       Graphene, Warsaw, Poland

07 – 10.2018  Internship at the Department of Biosensors, Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research, Polish        

                       Academy of Sciences, Olsztyn, Poland

2016 – 2017   Research Fellow in the School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Menzies Health Institute Queensland at Griffith

                       University, Gold Coast, Australia

07 – 09.2016  Research Fellow in the National Institute for Materials Science, International Center for Materials

                       Nanoarchitectonics, Biometal Group, Tsukuba, Japan

List of Conferences:

10.2019        Participation in the conference “28th Biomaterials in Medicine and Veterinary Medicine”, Poland

09.2019        Participation in the conference “Graphene Week”, Helsinki, Finland

10.2018        Participation in the conference “2nd International Workshop on Functional Nanostructured Materials (FuNaM-2)”

                     Jagiellonian University, Cracow

10.2017        Participation in the conference “26th Biomaterials in Medicine and Veterinary Medicine”, Poland

List of Publications:

2020                 Jagiełło, J., Chlanda, A., Baran, M., Gwiazda, M., & Lipińska, L. (2020). Synthesis and Characterization of

                          Graphene Oxide and Reduced Graphene Oxide Composites with Inorganic Nanoparticles for

                          Biomedical Applications. Nanomaterials, 10(9), 1846.

2020                  Gwiazda, M., Kumar, S., Świeszkowski, W., Ivanovski, S., Vaquette, C. (2020). The effect of melt electrospun   

                          writing fiber orientation onto cellular organization and mechanical properties for application in Anterior Cruciate 

                          Ligament tissue engineering. Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials, 103631.

2018                  Abdal-hay, A., Abbasi, N., Gwiazda, M., Hamlet, S., Ivanovski, S. (2018). Novel polycaprolactone/hydroxyapatite

                          nanocomposite fibrous scaffolds by direct melt-electrospinning writing. European Polymer Journal, 105,        

                          257-264.

2017                 Jarząbek, D. M., Gwiazda, M., Dera, W. (2018). The Influence of Alkali Metal Chloride Treatments on the Wear   

                         Resistance of Silicon Surfaces for Possible Use in MEMS. Tribology Transactions, 61(1), 178-184.

 

RobertSzosz_Wwa2015

 

Assist. Prof. Robert Szoszkiewicz, Ph.D., Dr. habil.

 

 

 

 

 

 


oberoberPrzemyslaw Oberbek (Ph.D)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


EwelinaZawadzakEwelina Kozikowska (Ph.D. Eng.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


bogdan dąbrowskiBogdan Dąbrowski (Ph.D. Eng.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


AgnieszkaWitecka

Agnieszka Witecka (Ph.D. Eng.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Aleksandra Kucharska fotAleksandra Kucharska (Ph. D. Student)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


tomek_jaroszewicz Tomasz Jaroszewicz (Ph.D. Student)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Katarzyna Zalewska-Wierzbicka (Ph.D. Student)

e-mail: kzwierzbicka@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 


Ida Dulińska-Molak (Ph.D.)

e-mail: idad@meil.pw.edu.pl or ida.dulinska@gmail.com

Phone: +48 (22) 234 87 92

Previous Education:

  • M.Sc. – Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science, Jagiellonian University in Krakow
  • Ph.D.. – Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland

Chosen publications:

I Dulińska-Molak, M Lekka, K.J. Kurzydłowski, 2013. Surface properties of polyurethane composites for biomedical applications, Applied Surface Science 270, 553-560

I Dulińska-Molak, H Mao, N Kawazoe, Guoping Chen, 2013. Effect of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes on Mechanical Property of Chondrocytes, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 13, 1–7

I Dulińska-Molak, H Mao, N Kawazoe, Guoping Chen, 2013. Variation of Mechanical Property of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes-Treated Cells Explored by Atomic Force Microscopy, Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology 9, 1–9

SS Kumar, JH Hsiao, QD Ling, I Dulinska-Molak, G Chen, Y Chang, YH Chen, DC Chen, ST Hsu, A Higuchi A, 2013. The combined influence of substrate elasticity and surface-grafted molecules on the ex vivo expansion of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells. Biomaterials 34 (31), 7632-7644.

I Dulińska-Molak, M Pasikowska, K Pogoda, M Lewandowska, I Eris, M Lekka, 2013. Age-related changes in the mechanical properties of human fibroblasts and its prospective reversal after anti-wrinkle peptide treatment. Journal of Peptide Research and Therapeutics, DOI 10.1007/s10989-013-9370-z

I. Dulińska-Molak, J. Ryszkowska: ”Poliuretanowe pianki kompozytowe z kalcytem przeznaczone do hodowli tkanek kostnych”, Kompozyty 9, 3 (2009) 228-233

Dulinska I, Targosz M, Strojny W, Lekka M, Czuba P, Balwierz W, Szymonski M „Stiffness of normal and pathological erythrocytes studied by means of atomic force microscopy”, JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL METHODS, Volume: 66, Issue: 1-3, Pages: 1-11, Published: MAR 31 2006 , Times Cited: 32, References: 23 (Impact factor: 1,34)


MagdaPlocinskaMagdalena Płocińska (Ph.D. Eng.)

e-mail: magdalena.plocinska@inmat.pw.edu.pl

Phone: (22) 2348109
room: WiP/komin/nr1

Previous Education:

  • Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science, M.Sc. Eng., 2004
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Materials Science, Ph.D.., 2010

Publications:

M. Płocińska, T. Płociński, J. Szawłowski, The influence of plastic deformation level of coated elements on zinc leyer properties, Ochrona przed Korozją 10/2008

M. Płocińska, T. Płociński, J. Szawłowski,The morphology of zinc leyers obtained on Armco steel with various plastic deformations, Inżynieria Materiałowa nr 6, Listopad – Grudzień 2008

M. Płocińska, M. Rosiński, J. Wachowicz, WC-Co/cBN Composites obtained by the Pulse Plasma Sintering, XXXVIII Szkoła Inżynierii Materiałowej, Krynica, Wrzesień 2010

M. Rosiński, A. Michalski, M. Płocińska, J. Szawłowski, WC/Ti Composite Material Enriched with CBN Particles Produced by Pulse Plasma Sintering (PPS), Key Engineering Materials Vol. 484 (2011) pp 130-134,

A. Michalski, M. Rosiński, M. Płocińska, J. Szawłowski, Synthesis and characterization of cBN/WCCo composites obtained by the Pulse Plasma Sintering (PPS) method, : 3rd International Congress on Ceramics 2010, English

M. Płocińska, T. Płociński, J. Szawłowski, K.J.Kurzydłowski,Application of novel investigations technique in zinc layer microstructure analysis,Ochrona przed Korozją 2/2011


Maryla_HeljakMaryla Moczulska-Heljak (Ph.D. Student)

e-mail: Maryla.Moczulska@gmail.com

Phone: +48 (22) 662 31 58

Education:

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering,
specialization: Industrial Biotechnology

Publications:

Moczulska, M., Bitar, M., Święszkowski, W., Bruinink, A.,Biological characterization of woven fabric using two- and three-dimensional cell cultures, 2012, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research – Part A 100 A (4), pp. 882-893
Bruinink, A., Wein, F., Moczulska, M., Zell, V., Obarzanek-Fojt, M., Rottmar, M., Maeder-Althaus, X., Evaluation of biomaterials using an in vitro test battery, 2011, European Cells and Materials 22 (SUPPL.1), pp. 24

Moczulska, M., Bitar, M., Świeszkowski, W., Bruinink, A.,Comparison of two cell culture set-up for identification of optimal textile scaffold regarding cell response, 2010, European Cells and Materials 20 (SUPPL. 1), pp. 34

Moczulska M, Bitar M, Lischer S, Swieszkowski W, A. Bruinink, Development of Textile Scaffolds for Bone Tissue Engineering, Tissue Engineering Part A Volume:14, Issue: 5, May 2008