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Thursday Colloquium

December 13, 2018, auditorium COK, 12:30 pm, dr. Paweł Tecmer form the Institute of Physics NCU Torun will give a talk entitled "Towards reliable quantum chemical description of heavy elements ". 

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OPUS grant for dr hab. Jolanta Domysławska

The National Science Center announced the results of the OPUS 15 call. The research project entitled Cavity ring-down spectroscopy for oxygen molecules in the spectral range of 1,27 um will receive funding of nearly 1 224 thousand PLN. The project by dr hab. Jolanta Domysławska will be realized at the Institute of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.

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Dr Agata Cygan is a laureate of the Pieńkowski’s award

Dr Agata Cygan from the Institute of Physics of the Nicolaus Copernicus University received this year's Professor Stefan Pieńkowski's scientific award. The award was given for the development of a new method of frequency spectroscopy in the optical cavity, guaranteeing accuracy unattainable so far by any other technique.

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POLONIUM research grant

Research project of dr. Piotr Wcisło entitled ``Ab initio calculations for molecular collisions at low temperatures -long-standing spectroscopic puzzle and planetary/astrophysical applications” among 21 awarded projects by the NAWA funding agency.

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Our student qualified to the final stage of the Golden Chemistry Medal award

Hubert Jóźwiak has been qualified to the final stage of the Golden Chemistry Medal award (zlotymedalchemii.pl). Each of the 15 finalists (carefully chosen  by 11 referees) will try to convince the jury that his work deserves to be awarded. 

 

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Prestigious grant for Akiko Nishiyama

Dr Akiko Nishiyama, employee of Institute of Physics, has received a grant from Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) for a project “Broadband and highly sensitive spectroscopy of free-radicals and short-lived molecules using an infrared frequency comb”. The aim of the Project is to reveal some chemical reaction processes using advanced broadband frequency comb spectroscopy techniques. The research will provide valuable information about formation processes of interstellar molecules which is important in astronomical and prebiotic chemistries.

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The best student on the campus

Our student, Hubert Jóźwiak has been announced by the NCU senate as the Best Graduate Student of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun in 2017/2018. He studied physics at the Department of Physics, Astronomy, and Applied Informatics with a final grade 4.93 out of 5.00.

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Samples from Thailand in our laboratory

Delegates from the King Mongkut's University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) in Bangkok, Thailand were visiting our Department of Physics, Astronomy, and Applied Informatics on October 2, 2018. Established in 1960, KMUTT  is one of nine research universities in Thailand. Since September 2018, KMUTT is a research partner of NCU Torun and in a collaboration with our Department conducts a research on materials important in medical diagnosis. 
 
 

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New Network Programmability with Cisco APIC-EM course at WFAiIS

Dr Mariusz Piwiński, as one of ten Cisco Academy Instructors in Poland, has been certified to conduct Network Programmability with Cisco APIC-EM courses.

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