Katarzyna Majerczak, B.Sc.
in our team: in the year 2016
I am a student at the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology. My adventure with the Polymer Physics Laboratory began in July 2015, when I started my internship. Since this time I have been involved in electrospinning projects which were run in the Polymer Physics Laboratory. I am focused on laboratory research with a potential application in nowadays world.
Why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves up.
Research and knowledge enthusiast, Sports enthusiast, Bookworm, Curious about the world and people.
Education and professional experience
I study at the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology. I was a member of Biomedical Laboratory at WUT, where I was working on antibacterial coatings. I also worked as a trainee in Industrial Chemistry Research Institute. On the moment I work in Polymer Physics Laboratory and I am a member of Graphene Laboratory at WUT.
Research Skills and Interests
I am interested in process engineering and nanotechnology: nanomaterials and nanoparticles, as well as electrospinning process. I am motivated worker, that is why I do my best to carry my research as well as I can.
Current research and related projects
Focused on new polyurethans for biomedical application formed by electrospinning technique with use of water collector.