Paulina Niedźwiedziuk obtained B.S. degree in Photonics at Warsaw University of Technology. Before graduation she was working for nine months in Vigo System, where she was responsible for automating and improving performance of IR detector's intensity measurement system. Now she is a student of Optical Information Processing in the Faculty of Physics at Warsaw University of Technology and she is working on her paper about small gain signal of Fabry-Perot resonator with Parity Time strcture used as a mirror.
Kinga Szost comes from Krynica-Zdrój (small city in southern Poland). After graduating from high school, she has moved to Warsaw. She obtained an engineer diploma in 2017, in Vehicle Mechatronics at Warsaw University of Technology. During work on master's diploma, she has started her adventure with didactics related to the control and regulation of linear objects.
Łukasz Kornaszewski received his PhD in femtosecond nonlinear optics at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, UK. After that he spent a year as a project engineer in the Optical Parametric Oscillator group in ICFO, Spain. Then he moved back to Scotland to join M Squared Lasers as a laser design engineer where he stayed for over 8 years. Recently he returned to Poland and became a member of PoB lab serving as a link between the group and industry, namely Warsaw-based manufacturer of femtosecond fibre lasers, Fluence.
Jakub Bogusławski received his Ph.D. in electronics (laser physics and engineering) from Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland in 2018. His studies were focused on the application of novel nanomaterials for femtosecond pulse generation in lasers. He performed three research stays abroad: in Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (Germany), Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and Aalto University (Finland).