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Janusz Cukras


Chemistry
University of Warsaw
Poland

Biography

Working as a professor at University od Warsaw, Poland. Completed his PhD in Chemistry Experience and Education: 2012.07–2014.06: postdoctoral researcher, Department of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Trieste, Italy 2014.04.02–13: stay at Aarhus University, Denmark 2013.08.26–30: CODECS Summer School 2013, Geneve, Switzerland 2013.08.7–21: Short Term Scientific Mission “Optimization of Lanczos-based Coupled-Cluster Linear Response Code for X-ray Spectroscopy and Photoionization cross-sections” to Ove Christiansen, Aarhus University, Denmark 2013.01.13–26: Short Term Scientific Mission “Response Theory Methods for Magnetochiral Effects” to Patrick Norman, Linköping University, Sweden 2012.12.03–15: KCSE Winter School in Multiscale Modeling, Stockholm, Sweden 2012.12.17–20: Winter School in Theoretical Chemistry 2012, Helsinki, Finland 2005–2011: PhD studies at the Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw 2007.07: stay at Slovak Technical University in Trnava 2005.02–04: stay at Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, Socrates/Erasmus Program 2005: three month student-exchange programme at the Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands 2000–2005: M.Sc. at the Faculty of Chemistry, Warsaw University, specialization in physical chemistry from 2014: Master’s degree studies at the Intitute of Classical Linquistics, University of Warsaw 2004.11–2012.06: teacher of Latin and ancient Greek at the Polish Philological Society 2001–2004: Bachelor’s degree at the Intitute of Classical Linquistics, University of Warsaw 2010–present: professional freelance translator of patent descriptions from English to Polish in the field of chemistry, pharmacy and medicine at Patent and Trademark Attorney’s Office Polservice

Research Interest

Magneto-chiral dichroism: implementation and calculations. Properties of molecules containing noble-gas atoms. Intermolecular interaction energy of molecular clusters. Symmetry-Adapted Perturbation Theory. Photoionization cross-sections. Magnetic properties of molecules.

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