A new method of synthesis of the most technologically advanced battery components for electric vehicles


A new method of synthesis of the most technologically advanced battery components for electric vehicles, which will allow to store more energy and increase the range of electric cars.

Our colleagues: Tomasz Trzeciak, M.Sc. and Prof. Marek Marcinek have published results of their research in the article entitled “Different strategies of introduction of lithium ions into nickel-manganese-cobalt carbonate resulting in LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2 (NMC622) cathode material for Li-ion batteries” in Solid State Ionics journal (IF=2.886).

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The development of the European battery industry is gaining momentum


On June 9, 2020, the authorities of two leading universities, Warsaw University of Technology and the University of Warsaw, signed a cooperation agreement with ENERIS PolBatt, a member of the European Important Projects of Common European Interest on Batteries programme. 

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Patient specific implants for jawbone reconstruction


A new research paper by our colleagues: Paulina Trzaskowska Ph.D. Eng., and Prof. Tomasz Ciach entitled „Patient specific implants for jawbone reconstruction after tumor resection” has been published in Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces journal (IF=3,973). The article has been prepared thanks to funding by M-Era.Net2 project entitled “Patient-specific bioactive, antimicrobial PLA-PGA/titanium implants for large jawbone defects after tumour resection” conducted at Warsaw University of Technology.read more…

Promising electrodeposited biocompatible coatings for steel


Our colleagues: Paulina Trzaskowska Ph.D. Eng., Katarzyna Tokarska Ph.D. Eng., prof. Elżbieta Malinowska and prof. Tomasz Ciach published results of their research in the paper entitled „Promising electrodeposited biocompatible coatings for steel obtained from polymerized microemulsions” in Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects (IF=3.131).

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More power from thermoelectricity – pulse mode of operation


Top ranked Nano Energy journal (IF: 15.46) publishes paper authored by Maciej Haras Ph.D. Eng. and prof. Tomasz Skotnicki !

Haras, M. Markiewicz, S. Monfray, and T. Skotnicki, “Pulse mode of operation – A new booster of TEG, improving power up to X2.7 – to better fit IoT requirements”, Nano Energy, p. 104204, Oct. 2019, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nanoen.2019.104204.

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