University of Warsaw
Working as a professor at University od Warsaw, Poland. Completed his PhD in Chemistry. 1990 – MSc from Warsaw University. Subject of examination: The use of surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) to probe the interaction of imidazole with the silver surface. Graduation with honours. 1996 – Ph.D. with honours at Department of Chemistry University of Warsaw, supervisor: Prof. dr hab. J. Bukowska. Subject of examination: The charge-transfer contribution to SERS for molecules adsorbed on Au, Ag and Cu electrodes. 2004 – D.Sc. (habilitation) with honours. Subject of examination: Structures of monolayers formed from different HS-(CH2)2-X thiols on Ag, Au and Cu.
Plasmon-driven synthesis of various nanostructures. Synergic effect in model catalysts. Synthesis of core-shell metal nanoparticles. Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS). Synthesis and applications of silica-covered nanoresonators for SERS measurements. Surface Enhanced Infra-Red Absorption (SEIRA). Raman Optical Activity (ROA) and Surface Enhanced Raman Optical Activity (SEROA).