Team

Prof. dr hab. inż. Artur Rydosz 

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID0000-0002-9148-1094

ResearcherIDJ-9553-2019

Scopus36701829000

Prof. Rydosz received his MSc and PhD degrees in electronics engineering from the AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland in 2009 and 2014, respectively. In 2019, he received the DSc (habilitation) in automatic control and robotics, electrical engineering. His current research interests include gas sensors and micropreconcentrators, LTCC, MEMS technology, and gas sensors system applications. He is also interested in the PVD method of the fabrication of various sensing materials with special emphasis on the volatile organic compounds detection in exhaled human breath, for example, as a potential tool for noninvasive measurements of several diseases, such as diabetes. Since 2019 he works as a professor in the Department of Electronics AGH and serves as the Vice-chair of the Joint Chapter AP03/AES10/MTT17, IEEE Poland Section. He was awarded several awards for young researchers, including START 2015, START 2016 from the Foundation for Polish Science, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, and recently from the POLITYKA journal. He is a member of several societies, such as the Polish Vacuum Society, the Polish Sensor Society, the IMAPS, the 500 Innovators SocietySection of Microwaves and Radiolocation, Polish Academy of Science and a member of the Electronics and Telecommunications Committee of Polish Academy of Science, the Chairman of the COMMISSION B: Fields and Waves of the International Union of Radio Science (URSI) Polish National Committee.

Dr inż. Dominik Grochala, (PhD)

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID0000-0001-9970-710X

ResearcherIDB-6385-2019

Scopus57194572615

Dr. Grochala received his PhD in a field of Biomedical Engineering and Biocybernetics. His theses was related to electronic solutions for bioacoustic applications. As a second field of study he graduated in materials engineering, which complements the interdisciplinary education. His current interests are associate with dedicated measurement systems for biomedical applications. The subject of his doctoral thesis was development of dry electrodes for biopotential measurements, based on CNT composite. Additionally he  is involved in research projects in cooperation with a Medical College related to bioacoustic diagnostics methods. His experience and skills in the field of medical equipment maintenance and clinical engineering were developed during internships.

Dr Ibram Alam, (PhD) – PostDoc

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID: 0000-0001-9408-6762

ResearcherIDD-5716-2017

Scopus55556408100

Dr. Ibrar Alam, an accomplished Postdoctoral Researcher, is a leading expert in developing nano-biosensing interface for biomarker determination and investigating nano-biomolecular interactions. With a masters in Biotechnology, Ph.D. in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology from KMUTT and prior roles at the National Nanotechnology Center (NANOTEC), National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand, Dr. Alam’s interdisciplinary dedication is evident. His research spans nanotechnology for single-molecule detection of multiplex microRNA, and projects such as „Development of neutralizing agents targeting glycopeptides in SARS-CoV-2 mutant strains” and „Portable nano biosensor for screening and monitoring Diabetes mellitus and chronic kidney disease.” Dr. Alam’s expertise lies in the precise fabrication of biosensing interfaces, controlling nanomaterial integration with electrodes for DNA, protein, and whole-cell biosensing. His commitment extends to surface plasmon resonance-based biosensing, enhancing biomolecular interaction studies. Leveraging machine learning, he optimizes nanomaterial processes and conducts comprehensive big data analysis for biomarker predictions. Joining LAB at AGH University of Science and Technology, Dr. Ibrar Alam is poised to make transformative contributions to innovative biosensing technologies, emphasizing unraveling biomolecular interactions through surface plasmon resonance-based approaches. In the LAB group he is working in the BIO-Photonics group on the microfluidic applications for organ-on-a-chip devices.

Dr inż. Katarzyna Dyndał, (PhD)

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID: 0000-0003-2874-5760

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Scopus56845187800

Dr Dyndał graduated in 2014 from the AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, where she obtained her MSc degree in chemical technology. In 2019, she received a PhD degree in the field of materials engineering and since 2019 she works as an assistant professor in the Department of Electronics AGH. She is a member of the Polish Vacuum Society. Her research interests include thin films obtained by the CVD and PVD methods. She is also interested in the measurement of the optical properties of the materials. Her interests also include photovoltaics. Dr Dynal is a PI of a grant founded by the National Science Centre and the investigator of the project under the Operational Programme Intelligent Development 2014-2020, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund. In 2020, she received a gold medal at the 13th International Trade Fair and Competition for Inventions and Innovations INTARG®2020. 

Mgr inż. Anna Paleczek, (MSc) PhD student

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID0000-0002-1467-3017

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Anna Paleczek studies Biomedical Engineering. She major in Computing and Electronics in Medicine. Her master thesis was concerned on Development of algorithms for the detection biomarkers of diabetes in exhaled air. In 2020, she defended her engineering thesis entitled Recognition of sign language images using a neural network, in which she prepared a database of photos of 22 Polish Sign Language characters, designed a GUI and a convolutional neural network that automatically classified images obtained in real-time from a web camera. In 2021, she defended with distinction her  master thesis „Artificial Breath Classification Using XGBoost Algorithm for Diebetes Deteciton”.

Mgr inż. Mateusz Kocon, (MSc) PhD student

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID0009-0008-6651-8300

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Mateusz Kocon’s area of interest is hardware in electronics engineering. His master’s thesis, based on optoelectronic sensors, was defended in 2021. Since 2022, he has worked as a researcher and lecturer in the Institute of Electronics at AGH University of Science and Technology. His current domains are photovoltaic modules, electronic sensors, and high-precision analog measurements.  He possesses a fervent passion for research and continues to hone his skills in this area and in thinking outside of the box to solve complex problems. In the LAB group he is working in the BIO-Photonics group on the microfluidic applications for organ-on-a-chip devices. 

Mgr inż. Maciej Dudzik, (MSc) PhD student applicant

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID0009-0007-9846-0409

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Maciej received his M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering in 2017 from AGH University. His master’s thesis concerned the CAD model and stress analysis for „Mechanized mobile boom lift„. Analysis was made by analytic method and numerical in the FEA module. He has been working as a CAD Designer since 2017. In 2023, he furthered his expertise by completing postgraduate studies in Computer Science. Through his professional journey, he adeptly acquired skills in CAD and CFD applications, gaining a diverse range of valuable experiences. In the LAB group he is working in the BIO-Photonics group on the microfluidic applications for organ-on-a-chip devices. 

Mgr inż. Miroslaw Wiacek (MSc)

AGH University of Science and Technology
Institute of Electronics
Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications
Al. Mickiewicza 30
30-059 Krakow, Poland

 

ORCID: 0000-0003-2064-886X  9

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Mirosław Wiącek received an MSc in Electronics and Telecommunications at the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications at AGH in 2023. His engineering thesis, titled „The measurement setup for the analysis of the gas sensors performance” focused on automation and remote management of gas dosing and sensing devices and was defended at the beginning of 2022. Currently, he finished his Master’s thesis, titled „The optimization of the GLAD manipulator for thin film layer depositions”, which similarly targets automation and remote management of the whole process of Glancing Angle Deposition – defended in Dec. 2023. MSc Wiącek started his industrial experience, however, he is continuously collaborating with the LAB team.