Magdalena Pecul-Kudelska GroupTheoretical Chemistry Team

Dr. Joanna Jankowska

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Assistant Professor (adiunkt)

Contact: Room 415 (Faculty of Chemistry main building),
tel: (+48 22) 55-26-396, email: jjankowska (at) chem.uw.edu.pl

Research interests

Theoretical photochemistry & photophysics ♦ Nonadiabatic molecular dynamics (NAMD) ♦ Molecular photoswitching ♦ Excited state proton transfer (ESIPT) ♦ Molecular and hybrid materials for photovoltaics ♦ Diarylethene photochemistry

Publications

To see my current publication record please check my profile at Google Scholar.

News

  • Open PostDoc position!

    We are currently on a lookout for a motivated postdoctoral researcher to work in a CELSA project 'Merging Excited State Decay Rate Theories with Semi-Classical Nanodiabatic Excited State Dynamics (PhotoSynergy)', in direct cooperation with Prof. Daniel Escudero from KU Leuven (Belgium). For more information, please check this document or contact JJ directly.
    (2022-05-25)

  • CELSA2021 program award:

    Dr. Joanna Jankowska's and Prof. Daniel Escudero's (KU Leuven) joined project "Merging Excited State Decay Rate Theories with Semi-Classical Nonadiabatic Excited State Dynamics (PhotoSynergy)" received funding from the CELSA2021 programme. Prepare for even more exciting theoretical chemistry! (2021-07-01)

  • Welcome to the team!

    We are very happy to welcome new student member to the team: Mr. Filip Sowiński joined the group to work on complex photoswitching in diarylethene systems. (2021-06-01)

  • Welcome to the team!

    We are very happy to welcome new student members to the team: Mr. Michal Michalski and Mr. Mikolaj Martyka joined the group this Spring to work on complex photoswitching in diarylethene systems. (2020-04-20)

  • Invitation to a lecture:

    Soon I will be giving a popular lecture for high school students (in Polish): "Chemia, światło i nowe technologie: jak fotony otwierają w chemii zupełnie nowe możliwości", as a part of "Wykłady z Ciekawej Chemii" Faculty of Chemistry program.

    When? Jan 23 2020 (4:00 pm); Where? Aula (Faculty of Chemistry main building)

    Everybody interested in applications of Photochemistry in new molecular technologies is cordially invited! (2020-01-03)

  • Cover in ChemPhotoChem: mpk foto

    Recently our paper on highly-polarized molecular wires for photovoltaic applications has been chosen for a front cover in ChemPhotoChem! You can check it here. (2019-11-05)