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Beata M. Szydlowska

PhD Student

Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Structurally Uniquely Defined 2-Dimensional Nanomaterials.



Education

2008-2010 - Electronic and Telecomunication, Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland.

2009-2013 - B.Sc in New Technology and Chemistry, Military University of Technology, Warsaw Poland.
project: Electrodeposition of molecular imprinted polysilane thin films on the surface of electrode modified by AgNPS.

2013-now - PhD by research, under the supervision of Prof. Werner Blau.
project: Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Structurally Uniquely Defined 2-Dimensional Nanomaterials

Experience

2011 - Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, Warsaw, Poland.
project: synthesis of sorption, nanoporous nanoparticle compounds, especially MOF

2011 - 2013 Institute of Physical Chemistry of Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, Poland.
Department of Electrode Processes. Surface nanoingeenering group.
project: ITO modification by silver and gold nanoparticles
project: Electrodeposition of molecular imprinted polysilane thin films on the surface of electrode modified by AgNPS.

2013 - University College Dublin School of Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Publication and Citation

1) Production of Highly Monolayer Enriched Dispersions of Liquid-Exfoliated Nanosheets by Liquid Cascade Centrifugation authors: Claudia Backes, Beata M. Szydlowska, Andrew Harvey, Shengjun Yuan, Victor Vega-Mayoral, Ben R. Davies, Pei-liang Zhao, Damien Hanlon, Elton J. G. Santos, Mikhail I. Katsnelson, Werner J. Blau, Christoph Gadermaier, and Jonathan N. Coleman source: ACS Nano 2016 10 (1), 1589-1601