INTER BENEFICIARIES 2012
The beneficiaries of the 1st edition of the INTER competition popularising science were:
- Dr eng. Krzysztof Fic of the Faculty of Chemical Technology of Poznań University of Technology, who presented the project “Electrochemical noses and languages for storing energy”.
- Mgr eng. Piotr Gawroński of the Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture of Warsaw University of Life Sciences, who presented the project “DNA analysis in plants, or how to find a needle in a haystack”.
- Dr hab. Krzysztof Giannopoulos of the Faculty of Medicine of the Medical University of Lublin, who presented the project “Identification of new objectives for peptide immunotherapy using the analysis of biophysical interaction of peptides – MHC particles of hidden epitopes occurring in vivo in tumour cells”.
- Dr Beata Graff of the Faculty of Medicine of Gdańsk Medical University, who presented the project “Assessment of the regulation of the cardiovascular system using new mathematical tools for testing the causality of phenomena”.
- Dr Małgorzata Jędrzejewska‐Szczerska of the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology of Gdańsk University of Technology, who presented the project “Optoelectronic support methods for behavioural therapy in children with autism”.
- Mgr Marcin Krzykawski of the Faculty of Medicine of the Jagiellonian University, who presented the project “Chaos theory serving tumour research”.
- Mgr eng. Łukasz Nowak of the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, who presented the project “Bionic sonar”.
- Dr Paweł Rutkowski of the Faculty of Polish Studies of the University of Warsaw, who presented the project “The flickering brain”.
- Dr Piotr Sułkowski of the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw, who presented the project “On topology, RA structures, and quantum physics”.
- Dr Bartosz Wilczyński of the Faculty of Mathematics, Information Technology and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw, who presented the project “How to look for molecular remembering mechanisms with the help of a computer”.
The highest number of audience votes went to Dr Paweł Rutkowski.