Employees

rafal_walczak Prof. Rafał Walczak, PhD, DSc
Head of the Division of Microengineering and Photovoltaics

Building: M-6
Room: 35
Phone: +48 71 320 49 73
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jan_dziuban Prof. Jan Dziuban, PhD, DSc

Building: M-6
Room: 37
Phone: +48 71 320 49 75
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Prof. Jan A Dziuban was born in 1951 in Sanok (Poland). Graduated MSc in electronic 1974, PhD degree 1978 in microelectronics, habilitation in microsystems (2002) (all degrees from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology). He got presidential professor title in micro and nanoengineering (2008, Institute of Electron Technology in Warsaw).

He started pioneer works on silicon micromechanics in Poland (1984), followed by invention of industrial MEMS microsensors and actuators (1990-2002). Next to that he focused onto development and application of physical, chemical and biomedical MEMS/MOEMS and NEMS (2004-) and vacuum micro/nanoelectronic (1996-) devices and instrumentations including micro atomic clocks, DNA lab-chips, and chemical microreactors. Recently, he has been working on and a new family of high and very high vacuum MEMS and micro/nanosystems (chip-scale ion mass spectrometers, transmission electron microscopes).

Prof. Dziuban works actually as a full professor at Faculty of Electronics, Microsystems and Photonics of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. He published 300 scientific articles, is author and co-author of several books on microsystem technology, owns several patents. He chaired/co-chaired/will chair several well recognized scientific events (IVNCs, Eurosensors’s, COMS, NAMIS, ELTEs, Power MEMS), and international/domestic pro-industrial research projects. He is a member of several scientific committees and bodies, he serves actually as a President of Polish Sensors Society.

anna_gorecka-drzazga Prof. Anna Górecka-Drzazga, PhD, DSc

Building: M-6
Room: 37
Phone: +48 71 320 49 75
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artur wymyslowski Prof. Artur Wymysłowski, PhD, DSc

Building: C-2
Room: 309
Phone:+48 71 320 33 27
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pawel_knapkiewicz Dr Paweł Knapkiewicz, PhD

Building: M-3
Room: 7
Phone: +48 71 320 48 12
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wojciech_kubicki Dr Wojciech Kubicki, PhD

Building: M-3
Room: 7
Phone: +48 71 320 48 12
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Dr Michał Krysztof, PhD

Building: M-6
Room: 36
Phone: +48 71 320 49 74
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M. Krysztof received M.Sc. Eng. degree at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology) in 2006, and Ph.D. degree in 2010 (Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics). His main research activities are focused on Electron Microscopy. During Ph.D. he worked on new techniques of imaging in Low Vacuum Scanning Electron Microscopes. Now, since 2014, he is developing a miniature MEMS transmission electron microscope on-chip using MEMS methods.

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Dr Tomasz Grzebyk, PhD

Building: M-6
Room: 36
Phone: +48 71 320 49 74
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Tomasz Grzebyk received the M.Sc.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees from the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics, Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland, in 2009 and 2014, respectively, and the M.Sc. degree from the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy, Wroclaw University, in 2011.

He has been an Assistant Professor with the Wroclaw University of Technology, since 2017.

His research interests include MEMS, MOEMS, μTAS microsystems, and vacuum nanoelectronics devices.

His has started his research form fabrication and characterization of field emission electron sources, and their application in miniature devices. Then, he focused on solving the problem of providing stable vacuum conditions in MEMS. He is an author of the first completely MEMS vacuum micropumps able to generate high vacuum on wafer level. Currently, he is applying the elaborated micropumps in a number of integrated analytical instruments: electron microscopes, mass spectrometers, atomic clocks and X-ray sources.

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Dr Karolina Laszczyk, PhD

Building: M-6
Room: 36
Phone: +48 71 320 49 74
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Karolina Laszczyk received M.Sc. Eng. in Physics-Photonics from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Poland (2005) and Ph.D. in microengineering (comb-driven micro-stage for MOEMS) from University of Franche-Comte, Institute FEMTOST/CNRS in France (2010). From 2011 to 2016 she worked at National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) and Technology Research Association for Single Wall Carbon Nanotube (TASC) in Japan in the field of the micro-supercapacitors. Currently, ie., since 2017, she has been working at the Wroclaw University of Technology in Poland.

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Dr Włodzimierz Drzazga, PhD

Building: C-2
Room: 101
Phone: +48 71 320 27 80
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