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Arkadiusz Gradys, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Room 334
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(+ 48-22) 826-12-81 ext.171

About me

About me

An experimental scientist inclined towards fundamental studies in the field of polymer physics. From the beginning of the adventure with polymer physics in 2000 focused on phase transitions, their kinetics and polymorphism. Currently focused on properties of electrospun polymer fibers, especially, on confinement effects, as well as new approach using polarized light for studying behavior of oriented systems.

Education and professional experience

PhD, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Warsaw, Poland, Thesis: Polymorphic transitions of low molecular weight substances and polymers (Supervisor: P. Sajkiewicz) 2010
M.Sc., Warsaw Technical University, Materials Science Department, Warsaw, Poland, Thesis: Crystallization and properties of poly(ethylene terephtalate) blends (Supervisors: I. Gruin, A. Wasiak, P. Sajkiewicz) 2001

Research skills and interests

Differential Scanning Calorimetry, WAXS, SAXS, Optical microscopy

Current research and related projects

Studies on confinement effects in quasi one-dimensional geometry on phase transitions using electrospun "core-shell" fibers
Postdoc in Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel (Host: Prof. E. Zussman) 04/2011 – 06/2013

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