Browsing: Polish scientists

NAWA invites experts who represent various research areas and have experience in the implementation and evaluation of research, education and promotion projects in the field of science and higher education. Recruitment of experts continues throughout the year.

The Polish Returns Programme – without introducing a limitation of the fields of science, age or country of employment – is addressed to all Poles who, after their employment abroad, would like to continue their scientific development in Poland. It creates optimal conditions for the Returning Scientists to conduct scientific research in Poland or/and maintain developmental work at a global level.
Applications for funding under these projects can be submitted by 4 June 2018.

XTPL, the originator of the breakthrough technology for manufacturing ultrathin electrically conductive lines, has qualified for the prestigious acceleration program MIT Enterprise Forum Poland, affiliated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Currently, the company officials are involved in a series of workshops and and compete to take part in the grand final, which will take place in June 2016 in Boston.

Filip Granek and Zbigniew Rozynek, young physicists with many years of international experience in research, are developing a breakthrough technology to produce ultra-thin, electrically conductive lines. The technology benefit the manufacturers of LCD displays, thin-film solar cells and touchscreens. The technological concept has already been successfully validated, and the patent procedure initiated. Valuation of the company XTPL, which is involved in the commercialization of the invention, may reach a capitalization of a billion dollars in the future.

A presentation of achievements of Polish scientists, robotics workshops for children and the Long Night of Science are events prepared by the Polish Institute in Berlin for guests of the week of Polish science held in the German capital.

Visitors to the “Enigma. Decode Victory. Poles in Europe’s Service” exhibition that will be displayed from 11 to 26 April in the Vignola Castle, Italy, will have a chance to learn about Polish mathematicians who cracked the codes of the most famous German cipher machine. The event is co-organized by the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Milan.