Attention! The entrance exams for doctoral studies at IPPT PAN for the academic year 2018/19 will be held on 18/06/2018. Details of the recruitment procedure can be found in the "Doctoral studies/Recruitment" tab.

In March 2018, National Science Centre has approved and subsidized two projects from IPPT PAN.

IPPT PAN started 3 years research project within V4-Korea Joint Research Program, involving universities and research institutes from four Visegrad countries and Korea. The research topic is the radiation-induced damage to cement-based materials.

A team of researchers led by Tomasza Lipniacki from the Department of Biosystems and Soft Matter have analyzed how intra- and intercellular signaling pathways process information about the presence of a pathogen.

Dr. Jakub Lengiewicz from the Department of Mechanics of Materials (Group of Materials Modeling) has been awarded a two year Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship (MSCA IF). The fellowship will support his research stay at the University of Luxembourg with the group of Prof. Stephane P.A. Bordas.

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science is an opportunity for all to take a stand for girls and women in science. IPPT PAN encourages women and girls with inquisitive minds to join us on this fascinating journey of scientific discovery and to conduct high quality research in the areas which are the focus of the world's science and technology..