Dawid Borycki participated in var Sovia = new Tech meeting get updates on novel IT technologies provided by Microsoft. Specifically, Mixed Reality devices (HoloLens), Machine Learning (Microsoft Cognitive Services) and computation platforms (Biological Computing).
To support internationalization of PhD Studies held at IPC and allow for an inflow of foreign students at IPC , Agnieszka Tadrzak, the Project Manager at the CREATE project joined Marie Sklodowska-Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) took part in:
On the 10th May, 2018 the another open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” took place at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). The purpose of the above series of lectures is to update scientists’ knowledge of current technological trends and innovation in chemistry-related sectors, as well as establishment of relations with business.
On the 6th June, 2018 the open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” was held at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). Radoslaw Kwapiszewski
On the 20-21, December, 2017 prof. Wilhelm Huck, from the Radboud University, Germany came to IPC.This visit was held under a series of cyclical lectures on interdisciplinary emerging research. Prof. Huck delivered an open for all IPC researchers (incl. PhD students) lecture entitled “Building a Synthetic Cell”(see raport for details). After the seminar, professor met with a few students who had previously expressed such need. The aim of this meetings was to consult students’ research projects and discuss the possible development directions.
This conference served as part of the SPIE Photonics West 2017 - the world's largest multidisciplinary event for photonics technologies collocated with one of the largest photonic exhibition.
Dawid Borycki presented a talk entitled Internet of Things. Building machine vision system supported by artificial intelligence. The presentation was devoted to explain how to build low-budget machine vision system utilizing the Windows 10 IoT Core, machine learning, and custom image processing routines implemented with OpenCV.
The XXII Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Eye Research, champions the advancement of international eye research by uniting the world’s leading clinicians and vision researchers.
On the 10th – 13th October, 2017 Prof. Carlos Drummond, from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique CNRS, University of Bordeaux came to IPC. Professor Carlos Drummond delivered an open for all IPC researchers (incl. PhD students) lecture: “From fire ants to graphene: some considerations on water-hydrophobic interfaces”. Professor Drummond visited selected laboratories and research groups (incl. department of the ERA Chair holder – i.e. Professor Wojtkowski) which was aimed establishing contacts synergic groups supporting the ERA Chair holder and discuss possibility of future cooperation.
During the working visit, Marta Janczuk-Richter was conducting research in the Bionanophotonic Systems Laboratory Group (BIOS) led by professor Hatice Altug in the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland. The main goal of the visit was to become familiar with the preparation and measurements of plasmonic biosensors.