We are pleased to announce and extend our congratulations to Professors Karol Izydor Wysokiński and Tadeusz Domański for their prestigious election as members of the Scientific Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
The committees within the Polish Academy of Sciences are specialized bodies that oversee and manage various fields of scientific research and scholarship. These committees are comprised of distinguished scientists, scholars, and experts in specific disciplines, aiming to promote, support, and advance science in Poland.
Members of these committees are elected based on their expertise and outstanding contributions to their respective fields, and their roles involve shaping the direction of scientific research, providing guidance to policymakers, and contributing to the growth and development of science and scholarship in Poland.
Tadeusz Domański, the Head of the Department of Theoretical Physics, has been elected as a member of the the Council of Scientific Excellence. He is one three representatives of physical sciecees in the Council. Here are results:
On 14th of September Bartłomiej Kiczek defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Structures and traces of dark matter in different physical systems – from condensed matter to black hole physics", prepared under the supervision of prof. dr hab. Marek Rogatko. Referees in the Ph.D. procedure were: prof. dr hab. Mariusz Dąbrowski, prof. dr hab. Marek Biesiada, prof. dr hab. Rafał Moderski. Heartfelt congratulations!
Tadeusz Domański has been elected to the MagTop. MAG-TOP is the International Scientific Committee of the International Centre for Interfacing Magnetism and Superconductivity with Topological Matter. It is the Division ON-6 of the Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences (IF PAN) in Warsaw.
The paper "Successive Interacting Coronal Mass Ejections: How to create the Perfect Storm ?" published in the Astrophysical Journal and co-authored by Stefaan Poedts, is highlighted in the ASS Nova - site of the American Astronomical Society devoted to present research highlights.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Tadeusz Domański is awarded in the Weave-UNISONO 2022 grant proposal call for research projects involving teams from Poland and the Czech Republic. Together with the group of Dr. Tomas Novotný from the Charles University in Prague, prof. Domański will deal with the topic "Superconducting nanohybrids in non-equilibrium conditions". The National Science Center awarded the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin and the University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań, total funds of PLN 1,393,236 to conduct these studies.
We are pleased to announce that Professor Marek Rogatko was awarded in the 23rd edition of the OPUS grant from the National Science Center. Funds in the amount of PLN 695,880 were allocated to conduct the studies entitled "Black objects in the study of the dark sector". The description of the project is available at: