News

September 2018
Anna Dawid won the Prof. Rychlewski Award of the Polish Chemical Society for the best M.Sc. thesis in quantum chemistry in Poland in 2017.

September 2018
Klaudia Zaremba-Kopczyk’s paper was published in Phys. Rev. A (link).

August 2018
Dr. Michał Tomza won the First Team grant  from the Foundation for Polish Science.

July 2018
Dr. Michał Tomza won the Fellowship to visit ERC grantee – Uwertura grant from the National Science Centre Poland.

June 2018
Paweł Wójcik went for a three-month long research internship to ICFO – the Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona, Spain.

June 2018
Anna Dawid’s paper was published in Phys. Rev. A and highlighted as Editors’ Suggestion (link).

February 2018
Klaudia Zaremba-Kopczyk went for a three-week-long internship to the University of Stuttgart, Germany.

January 2018
The Laboratory of Quantum Molecular Systems was transferred to the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw.

December 2017
Klaudia Zaremba-Kopczyk and Paweł Wójcik were awarded the scholarship for outstanding undergraduate students by Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education.

November 2017
Dr. Michał Tomza went for an one-month long research visit to ITAMP at Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.

October 2017
Dr. Michał Tomza won the Falling Walls Lab Warsaw – a science communication competition – and will represent Poland at the international final in Berlin.

September 2017
Anna Dawid went for a thee-month long research internship to the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan.

June 2017
Paweł Wójcik went for a ten-week long research internship to the University of Rochester, NY, USA.

May 2017
Dr. Michał Tomza won the Opus grant  from the National Science Center, Poland.

March 2017
Dr. Michał Tomza won the Homing grant  from the Foundation for Polish Science.

December 2016
Anna Dawid was awarded the scholarship for outstanding undergraduate students by Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education.

November 2016
Dr. Michał Tomza went for an one-month long research visit to the University of California at Santa Barbara, CA, USA.

October 2016
Dr. Michał Tomza was awarded the scholarship for outstanding young scientists by Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education.

September 2016
The Laboratory of Quantum Molecular Systems was established at the Centre of New Technologies of the University of Warsaw.

May 2016
Dr. Michał Tomza won the Sonata grant  from the National Science Center, Poland.