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National Science Centre (NCN) supports fundamental research by funding research projects carried out by individual researches and research teams, both on the domestic and international level, as well as doctoral fellowships and post-doctoral internships. NCN announces calls for proposals four times a year. The NCN grantee must be employed at a Polish host institution.

OPUS is a funding opportunity intended for a wide range of applicants. The research proposal submitted under this scheme may include the purchase or construction of research equipment.

PRELUDIUM is a funding opportunity intended for pre-doctoral researchers.

Under the MINIATURA call for proposals, you can apply for funding to carry out preliminary or pilot studies, library and archive searches, fellowships, research visits or consultations.

dofinansowanie

In November 2021, National Science Centre has approved and subsidized eleven new projects from IPPT PAN – three OPUS projects, five PRELUDIUM projects and three MINIATURA projects:

OPUS PROJECTS:

  1. Hydrodynamic interactions under Reynolds numbers much smaller than unity,
    project coordinator: Prof. Maria Ekiel-Jeżewska from Department of Biosystems and Soft Matter,
  2. Void growth and damage evolution in metals and alloys of low lattice symmetry - multiscale modelling and experimental analysis,
    project coordinator: Prof. Katarzyna Kowalczyk-Gajewska from Department of Mechanics of Materials,
  3. Sound-absorbing composites: coupled acoustic energy dissipation mechanisms, multiscale modelling and prototyping,
    project coordinator: Prof. Tomasz Zieliński from Department of Intelligent Technologies,

PRELUDIUM PROJECTS:

  1. Effect of deicing agents on the properties of alkali-silica reaction gel products in cement matrix composites,
    project coordinator: Aneta Antolik, MSc from Department of Experimental Mechanics,
  2. Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation of AlSi10Mg Alloy Manufactured by Selective Laser Melting of Metallic Powders,
    project coordinator: Paula Broniszewska, MSc from Department of Intelligent Technologies,
  3. Investigation of tribo-mechanical properties of metal matrix composites with ceramic particles reinforcement prepared by coelectrodeposition and study of prospects of their improvement by increasing matrix-reinforcement bonding strength,
    project coordinator: Piotr Jenczyk, MSc from Department of Mechanics of Materials,
  4. Investigation of scale effects on strain rate sensitivity in nanocrystalline high entropy alloys at the micro- and nanoscale,
    project coordinator: Michał Milczarek, MSc from Department of Mechanics of Materials,
  5. Contactless identification of impact parameters for adaptive energy absorbers,
    project coordinator: Błażej Popławski, PhD from Department of Intelligent Technologies.

MINIATURA PROJECTS:

  1. Mechanical alloying of Ni-Al-Fe-Co-Cr powders with admixture of rhenium as a starting powders for advance aerospace bulk materials produced by hot pressing,
    project coordinator: Kamil Bochenek, PhD from Department of Mechanics of Materials,
  2. Fundamental models of layered structures for battery modelling,
    project coordinator: Piotr Pawłowski, PhD from Department of Intelligent Technologies,
  3. Interferon signaling and hepatocyte steatosis,
    project coordinator: Karolina Zakrzewska, PhD from Department of Biosystems and Soft Matter.
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