dr hab. Agnieszka Michota-Kamińska, prof. nadzw. IChF PAN

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Interview with dr Kamińska

Biography

I completed the undergraduate studies at the Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Poland. I graduated in 1999 (M. Sc. in Chemistry), master thesis The spectroscopic investigation of the donor-acceptor complexes”. Then, I began, at the same department, the post-graduate studies under the supervision of Prof. J. Bukowska; Ph. D. thesis „The influence of the intermolecular interactions on the structure of biofunctional thiols adsorbed on Ag and Au surfaces”.

From 2005 to 2007 I worked as an adjunct at the Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw. Then, I was pursuing my postdoctoral research at School of Chemical Science, Dublin City University, Ireland starting from February 2007. From June 2008 I was employed as an adjunct in the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences.

During the last ten years, my research interests are focusing on the Raman vibrational and the surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS), as well as the surface plasmon resonance for the detection and identification of biomolecules (e.g. peptide, protein, DNA, viruses, antigens, antibodies, bacteria and fungi) for analytical and medical applications.


 

Open position for scientific-technical staff

Open positions for Ph.D. student

Open positions for PostDoctoral researcher

Academic Positions

  • Assistant Professor 2008-present

    Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS

  • PostDoctoral Fellow 2007-2008

    School of Chemical Science, Dublin City University, Irland

  • Assistant Professor 2005-2007

    Departament of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Poland

  • Ph.D. Student 2000-2004

    Departament of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Poland

Education & Training

  • PostDoc 2007-2008

    PostDoctoral Fellow

    School of Chemical Science, Dublin City University, Irland

  • Ph.D. 2004

    Ph.D. in Chemistry

    Departament of Chemistry, University of Warsaw

  • M.Sc. 1999

    M.Sc. in Chemistry

    Departament of Chemistry, University of Warsaw