Marta Ziemianek

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Born: Duszniki Zdrój, Poland, January 6, 1991

Hobby: aerobics, travelling, psychological films



2015 - currently - Wrocław University of Technology, Chemistry, PhD studies at the Department of Bioorganic Chemistryand Group of Engineering and Modelling of Advanced Materials, Topic of the thesis: ,,Synthesis and characterization of new molecular switches for use in biomedicine’’, Advisor: dr K.Matczyszyn,prof. P. Mlynarz

2013- 2014 - Wrocław University of Technology, Chemistry, MSc degree, specialization: Environment and Food Analysis. Topic of the thesis: ,,Applicationof enzymatic extractiona and ICP-OES technique for assesment of rice mineral constituents bioaccessibility”. Advisor: dr A. Leśniewicz

2012- 2015 - Wrocław University of Technology, Material Science, Bachelor degree, Topic of thethesis: ,,Nonlinear spectroscopy of the new porphyrins”. Advisor: dr K.Matczyszyn

2009- 2013 - Wrocław University of Technology, Chemistry, Bachelor Degree; Topic of the thesis: ,,Detrermination of mineral components in rice”. Advisor: dr A. Leśniewicz


08.07-08.09.2015 Internship at Laboratory of Functional ChemoSystems(LFCS),University of Strasbourg, France. Topic: Synthesis and study of new organic supramolecular assemblies having optical properties, supervisor: dr F. Paul,acquired skills: synthesis of dyes, evaluation of Cu click chemistry, NMR analytic

01.07-30.09.2014 Internship at Institutede Sciences Chimiques de Rennes, CNRS, Universite de Rennes 1, France. Topic: Strained alkynes for biophysics modification of bio-surfaces, supervisor: dr A. Wagner,acquired skills: synthesis of strained alkyneand and PEG’s linkers, NMR analytic, evaluation of Cu-free click chemistry indroplet-based microfluidic systems


  1. M. Ziemianek, K. Jakubowski, A. Jiblaoui, O. Mongin, K.Matczyszyn1,F. Paul, J. Jeftić, T. Benvegnu, Synthetic archaeal photosensitive lipids for applications in medicine, PANIC 2014, Wrocław, Poland
  2. M. Ziemianek, Z. Pokladek, P. Mlynarz1, K. Matczyszyn, M. Samoc, Spectroscopic studies on photochromic and fluorescent properties of new azobenzene derivatives,Workshop on Optically‐Active Molecules,OptMol, 2015, Rennes, France


Since 2014 Active member of Photonics and Bionanotechnology Association "PhoBiA"