Scientific overreach:

 1. During the first week of December 2016 it has been held the workshop for pre-university students being under Polish Children’s Found care. The aim of this workshop was to show young people how the scientific work look like. Participants also had the occasion to perform some experiments on their own. For this week one of the students became part of our project and did some chemical synthesis experiments, SEM and absorption measurements under dr Patrycja Kowalska supervision. 

2. A poster „Kickback Effect – do it yourself” was presented by a participant from IChF at Science Picnic 2016 organized by Ilia State University, Tbilisi, Georgia. Science Picnic is one-day open air event that aims to present science in a fun and accessible way for wide audience. The presented poster was addressed to the youngest audience and explain the low of conservation of energy. The participation of scientists form IChF in the event was supported by the METCOPH project.

 

3. The workshop for pre-university students being under Polish Children’s Found care has been held during the second week of December 2018. The aim of this workshop was to show young people how the scientific work looks like. Participants also had the occasion to perform mutual experiments on their own as well as to do some theoretical calculations. For this week two students became part of our project and participate in construction of the experimental setup for emission measurements in a near infra-red region under dr Aleksander Gorski supervision. The second task was devoted to introduction in quantum chemical calculations in Gaussian 03 program under MSc Michal Kijak supervision.

4. A Polish Photoscience Seminar was organized in  Krutyń,  June 11-14, 2018. This event provided a great possibility for young researchers  of stimulating discussions in different research fields related to photophysics, photochemistry, photobiology, fluorescence microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, photophysics on nanoscale, experimental, theoretical and synthesis techniques, single molecules and time-resolved photophysics. The participation of five scientists form IChF in the event was supported by the METCOPH project.