Patrycjusz Stremplewski received his Ph.D. degree in 2015 at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He has educational background is in the laser physics of materials, especially active optical fibers and multiphoton processes in such materials. Since 2011 Patrycjusz Stremplewski was a member of the Optical Biological Imaging Group at Nicolaus Copernicus University, where he worked on development of optical methods for imaging of biological structures. Methods developed during this work were based on fluorescence, optical coherence tomography, photothermal effect and nonlinear optics.
Dawid Borycki has received his MSc, and PhD (with honors and in the group of top 5% graduates) in theoretical physics from the Nicolaus Copernicus University (NCU) in 2007 and 2011, respectively. During his PhD he was also working as the software engineer in the Optopol Technology (Canon group) on the Canon's OCT HS-100. This work resulted in several US patents. After receiving his PhD he joined optical biomedical imaging group (at NCU) leaded by prof. Wojtkowski. His project there was to develop novel spatio-temporal optical coherence (STOC) light modulation.
Piotr Ciąćka obtained PhD in Physics from the University of Warsaw in 2017. His doctoral studies focused on determining and controlling the rate of proton transfer process in molecules using ultrafast optical methods. After a short stint in the Institute of Electronic Materials Technology, where he worked on developing fiber-based sources of ultrafast supercontinuum light, he joined the Department of Physical Chemistry of Biological Systems at IPC, led by Prof. Maciej Wojtkowski. Here, he will focus on fundamental research in two-photon-induced vision as well as the applications of two-photon processes in the imaging of the eye.
Julia Sudyka received her PhD degree in 2018 at Jagiellonian University (JU) in Kraków. As a member of Photonics Group in Institute of Physics JU she specialized in experimental atomic optics and magnetometry. She was a beneficiary of LIDER programme, lead by prof. Szymon Pustelny. During her PhD studies she also worked in the atomic optics laboratory in University of California, Berkeley. Julia Sudyka joined the Department of Physical Chemistry of Biological Systems to develop optical imaging systems for turbid media..