Curriculum Vitae

Personal Data:

Name: Wlodzimierz Jaskólski
Office address: Instytut Fizyki UMK, Grudziadzka 5, 87-100;Torun, Poland

e-mail address: wj@fizyka.umk.pl
http://www.fizyka.umk.pl/~wj

Degrees and Education:

2002 - full professor
1996 - D.Sc. solid state physics
1986 - PhD. theoretical physics, Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun
'Quasirelativistic scattering theory'
1981-1984 - Postgraduate Studies at the Institute of Physics,
Nicholas Copernicus University
1979 - MSc, theoretical physics, Nicholas Copernicus University
1974-1979 - Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun, theoretical physics

Professional experience:

2015 - 2016  Head of the Department of Quantum Mechanics in the Institute of Physics

2012 -          Expert of the National Science Center

2007- 2014  Director of the Institute of Physics

2001- 2006 - Deputy Director of the Institute of Physics
2002- 2004 - Member of Physics Section of KBN (Polish Council for Scientific Research)
since 2000 - Professor in the Institute of Physics
since 1996 - Head of Group of Theory of Low-dimensional Structures,  
1987-1999 - Assistant Professor in the Institute of Physics, Nicholas Copernicus University
1991-1997 - Head of Computer Laboratory at the Institute of Physics,
Nicholas Copernicus University
1984-1986 - Assistant in the Institute of Physics, Nicholas Copernicus University

Research and Development Grants:

  1. 2012-2015 – NCN Project (Opus) – Localized states in graphene structures. The role of electron interactions (head)
  2. 2006-2011 POIŚ Project (European Regional Development Fund), Center of Quantum Optics (head)
  3. 2009-2011 POIG Project (European Regional Development Fund), National Laboratory of Quantum Technologies (local coordinataor)
  4. 2005-2006 - NIST (US Dept. of Commerce) Project - Atomistic modeling of quantum dots and hybrid nanoheterostructures (head)
  5. 2005 - MNI (KBN) Project (PhD supervising) Electronic structure and optical properties of coupled quantum dots (head)
  6. 2004 - MNI (KBN) Project 3T11B04326 – Modeling of semiconductor nanostructures (head)
  7. 2003 - MNI (KBN) Project PBZ-Min-008/p03/2003 – Quantum Informatics and Ingineering (participant, head of the Torun group)
  8. 2000-2001 Project of the Bilateral Cooperation with Spain, The structure of many-electron systems
  9. 2000 Grant (No. 315-F) of Nicholas Copernicus University, Investigation of the correctness of  surface models for low-dimensional semiconductor structures
  10. 2000-2002 - Grant of The State Committee for Scientific Research  (KBN)

'Struktura energetyczna polprzewodnikowych kropek kwantowych' (head)

  1. 1999 - M.Sklodowska-Curie US-Polish Joint Fund project

"Physics of quantum dots" (3 years) head

  1. 1999 - Grant (No.430-F) of Nicholas Copernicus University, Resonant states of semiconductor nanocrystals in external fields'
  2. 1996-1998 - Grant of The State Committee for Scientific Research (KBN),

'Confined quantum systems stationary properties and dynamics' (head)

  1. 1995 - Grant of Nicholas Copernicus University, 'Transitions in confined systems'
  2. 1992-1995 - Grant of The State Committee for Scientific Research  (KBN)

'Electronic structure of surfaces, quantum wells and superlattices' (head)

  1. 1991 - Grant (No.509) of Nicholas Copernicus University,

'Development of methods of theoretical description of surfaces, interfaces and thin layers'

Fellowships:

  1. 2016 – Visiting scientist at Donostia International Physics Center, San Sebastian, Spain (1 month)
  2. 2015 - Visiting scientist at the Donostia International Physics Center,
    San Sebastian-Donostia, Spain (6 weeks)
  3. 2014 - Visiting scientist at the Donostia International Physics Center,
    San Sebastian-Donostia, Spain (2 months)
  4. 2013 – Visiting scientist at the Donostia International Physics Center,
    San Sebastian-Donostia, Spain (3 month)
  5. 2012 - Visiting scientist at the Instituto de Ciencias de Materiales de Madrid,
    Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas,Madrid, Spain (1 week)
  6. 2010 – Visiting scientist at the Donostia International Physics Center,
    San Sebastian-Donostia, Spain (1 month)
  7. 2009 - Visiting scientist at the Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales,
    Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas in Madrid, Spain (1 month)
  8. 2008 - Visiting scientist at Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (1 week)
  9. 2007 – Visiting scientist at DIPC, San-Sebastian, Spain (6 weeks)
  10. 2007 – visiting scientist at Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata (2 weeks)
  11. 2006 – Visiting scientist at DIPC, San Sebastian, Spain (1 month)
  12. 2005 - Visiting scientist at NIST, Gaithersburg, USA (1 months)
  13. 2005 - Visiting scientist at Universidad Jaume I, Castellon, Spain (1 month)
  14. 2003 - Visiting scientist at Universidad Jaume I, Castellon, Spain (1 month)
  15. 2003 - visiting scientist at Universidad de Castilla-la Mancha, Toledo, Spain (2 weeks)
  16. 2002 - Visiting scientist at Universidad Jaume I, Castellon, Spain (1 month)
  17. 2002 - Visiting scientist at NIST, Gaithersburg, USA (1 months)
  18. 2001 - Visiting scientist at NIST, Gaithersburg, USA (2 months)
  19. 2001 - Visiting scientist at Universidad Jaume I, Castellon, Spain, (1 month)
  20. 2000 - Visiting scientist at NIST, Gaithersburg, USA (2 months)
  21. 1999 - Visiting scientist at NIST, Gaithersburg, USA (1 month)
  22. 1999 - Visiting scientist at Jaume I University, Castello, Spain (1 month)
  23. 1998 - Visiting scientist at Jaume I University, Castello, Spain (1 month)
  24. 1996-1997 - Senior Research Fellowship

under the Fulbright Program, at NIST, Gaithersburg, USA

  1. 1993 - European Community Fellow (Grant No.209) at the

Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica UPV-CSIC, Valencia, Spain (3 months)

  1. 1989-1990 - Postdoctoral Fellow at the Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales,
    Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas in Madrid, Spain

 

Honors and Awards:

 

2017 - Award (II degree) of the Rector of the Nicolaus Copernicus University

2016 – Award (II degree) of the Rector of the Nicolaus Copernicus University

2015 -  LUMEN - Leader in Management at the University – group award

2012 – Award of the Marshal of Kuyavia-Pomerania Region

2011 – Award (I degree) of the Rector of the Nicolaus Copernicus Univesrisity

2009 – Award (II degree) of The Rector of the Nicholas Copernicus University

2002 - Award (I degree) of The Rector of the Nicholas Copernicus University
2000 - Group Award of The Rector of the University of Gdansk
1997 - Individual Award of The Minister of National Education
1995 - Educational Award of The Rector of the Nicholas Copernicus University
1992 - Award (II degree) of The Rector of the Nicholas Copernicus University
1986 - Award (III degree) of The Rector of the Nicholas Copernicus University

Memberships and Affiliations:

Polish Physical Society - since 1992

Research Fields:

  • electronic structure and optical properties of quantum wells and quantum dots
  • topological states in multilayer graphene
  • electronic and magnetic properties of graphene, carbon nanotubes and carbon nanostructures
  • developing methods to describe confined systems; atoms and molecules in cavities
  • numerical HF, DHF and quasi-relativistic methods, electron-atom scattering theory
  • Surface Green-function matching theory, electronic structure of surfaces, interfaces and thin films, self-consistent calculations for doped semiconductor artificial structures

Achievements (latest):

 

·         First interpretation of the optical spectra of colloidal InAs nanocrystals (1997)

·         Prediction of the antibonding ground state of pairs of self-organized InAs/GaAs QD (2004,2006), confirmed experimentally in 2008

·         Interpretation of the grain-boundary localized states in graphene as originating from the zigzag-edge states (2011)

·         Prediction of the existence of topologically protected states at grain boundaries in bilayer graphene (2016)

 

Teaching:

quantum mechanics, atomic and molecular spectroscopy, theory of the solid state, physics of low-dimensional structures, computer science, numerical methods, programming

Schools, Conferences and Seminars:

1979, 1981, 1985, 1987 - Schools of Advanced Methods of
                                         Quantum Chemistry, Bachotek, Poland; posters,
1985 - School of Theoretical Chemistry, Zakopane, Poland; poster,
1986 - Symposium on Relativistic Many-body Problems, Trieste, Italy, 2 posters+oral presentation,
1988 - Workshop on Quantum Chemistry, Girona, Spain; poster,
1990 - Molecular Physics Seminar, MPI Garching, Germany, invited lecture,
1991 - Theoretical Chemistry Symposium HITY-91, Warszawa, Poland; invited lecture,
         - Nato Advanced Study Institute,
            Methods in Computational Molecular Physics, Bad Windshaim, Germany
         - Departamento de Ciencias Experimentales, Universidad Jaume I, Castellon, Spain, invited lecture
1992 - Symposium 'Physics and Microelectronics', Torun, Poland; invited lecture,
         - IV ECAMP, Riga, poster,
         - 16 Seminar on Surface Physics, Kudowa, Poland; poster,
1993 - Departamento de Fisica Quimica, Universidad de Valencia, Valencia, Spain, invited lecture
1994 - XXIII International School on Physics of Semiconductor Compounds, Jaszowiec, Poland
1995 - IX International School of Condensed Matter Physics,
           "Electronic Properties of Condensed Matter", Bialowieza, Poland
1996 - 18th International Seminar on Surface Physics, Polanica, Poland; invited contribution
1997 - March Meeting of The American Physical Society, Kansas City, USA, oral presentation
         - Workshop on Recent Advances on Physics of Single Quantum Dots
            Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC, USA, 22-23 July, poster
1998 - International School on Physics of Semiconductor Compounds, Jaszowiec, Poland; 2 posters
         - Atomic Physics Division, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, invited lecture
         - Molecular Physisc Seminar, MPI Garching, Germany, invited lecture,
1999 - NATO Advanced Research Workshop "Optical properties of semiconductor nanostructures",
           Jaszowiec, Poland, poster
         - Institute of Physics, Wroclaw Technical University, invited lecture
2000 - Physics Division, University of Szczecin, invited lecture
         - Atomic Physics and Luminescence Division, Technical University of Gdansk, invited lecture
         - Fourth Seminar on Nanostructures: Research, Technology and Applications,
            Bachotek'2000, invited lecture
         - XXIX International School on the Physics of Semiconducting Compounds,
            Jaszowiec, oral contribution
         - 20th International Seminar on Surface Physics, Kudowa2 posters
2001 - Institute of Theoretical Physics, Warsaw University, invited lecture
         - Fifth Seminar on Nanostructures: Research, Technology and Applications,
            Bachotek'2001, invited lecture
         - XXX International School on the Physics of Semiconducting Compounds,
            Jaszowiec 2001, poster
2002 - VIII Seminar Surfaces and Thin Layers
            Szklarska Poreba, may 2002, invited lecture
2002 - ICSNN 2002, Toulouse, France, poster
         - LDSD2002, Fortaleza, Brazil, oral presentation + poster
         - Department of Physics, University of Parana, Curitiba, Brasil invited lecture
2003 - NATO ARW on Quantm Dots: Fundamentals, Frontiers and Applications, Crete, June, invited lecture
2004 - Department of Physics, University of Lancaster, UK, February, 'Quantum dot molecules' invited lecture
         - CECAM Workshop on Modeling of Quantum Dots, Lyon, June 28-30, 'Tight-binding theory of strained nanoheterostructures' invited lecture
         - LDSD Conference, Cancun, Meksyk, December 12-17, 'Tight-binding theory of strained quantum dots' poster
         - Instituto de Fisica, Universidad de Puebla, Puebla, Meksyk, 'Tight-binding theory of systems of strained quantum dots' invited lecture
2005 - Donostia International Physics Center, San Sebastian, Spain, 'Carbon nanotube quantum dots and superlattices' invited lecture
         - Instytut Fizyki PAN, Warszawa, 'On some peculiar properties of carbon nanotube superlattices' invited lecture
         - Brian Wybourne Connmemorative Meeting, June 12-14, Torun, 'The role of symmetry in metallic carbon nanotube quantum dots and superlattices"
         - The EightInternational School of Theoretical Physics SSPCM'2005,September 1-7, Myczkowce,

'Symmetry and structural properties of carbon nanotube quantum dots and superlattices' invited lecture
2006 - NANO2006 Workshop 'Prospectives in nanosciene and nanotechnology, Sab Sebastian (Spain), 4-6 September 2006,

'Electronic and optical properties of quantum dots in nanomechanical oscillators' oral presentation

2007 – Indian Associacion for the Cultivation of Sciences, Kolkata, India, invited lecture

         - Benares Hindu University, Benares, India, invited lecture

         - Inter University Accelerator Center, Delhi, Indie, invited lecture

           ‘Self-assembled quantum dots in nanomechanical oscillators’ invited lecture

2007 – Second French-Polish Workshop on High Magnetic Field, Wrocław 26-27.10.2007,

            ‘Carbon Nanotubes in a magnetic field’ invited lecture

2008 – Instytut Fizyki Doświadczalnej UW, 11-01, “Systems of carbon nanotubes in a magnetic field”

            invited lecture

         - XXXVII International School on the Physics of Semiconducting Compounds,
            Jaszowiec, May 2008, poster

- CECAM Workshop on Computational approaches to semiconductor, carbon and

   magnetic nanostructures, Lyon, June 2008, invited lecture

         - XXXII International Conference on Theoretical Physics, Coherence and Correlations in

            Nanosystems, Ustron, September 2008.

         - Workshop on Optics of Nanostructers, Toruń, October 2009 – organization

2009 – Canada-Poland-Japan International Symposium on Nanoscience, Wrocław, October 2009, invited lecture

            “Interface states of carbon nanotube junctions”

2010 – Wydział Fizyki Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego, “Interface states of carbon nanotubes”, invited lecture

2011 - Polish-German Workshop on the Optical Properties of Nanostructures, Wrocław, February 2011, invited lecture

          “Edge states and flat bands in grephene nanoribbons of arbitrary shape”

-          Zjazd Fizyków Polskich, Lublin, September 2011, invited lecture

“Jak bez obliczeń znaleźć stany brzegowe wstęg grafenowych

       -      XIII International Conference on the Physics of Surfaces and Interfaces, Praga, July 2011, poster

              “Edge localized bands in graphene nanoribbons with arbitrary geometries”

2012 -  12th International Conference on Nanotechnology, Birmingham, August 2012, oral presentation

            “Octagonal defects in graphene nanoribbons and carbon nanotubes”

2013 -  20 International Conference on Electronic Properties of Two-Dimensional Systems, Wrocław, July 2013, invited lecture

            “Octagonal defect lines in graphene nanoribbons and carbon nanotubes”

-          Instytut Fizyki Politechniki Wrocławskiej, March 2013, invited lecture

Octagonal defect lines in graphene structures”

-          Centrum Astronomii UMK, November 2013, invited lecture

Fascynujący, dwuwymiarowy świat grafenu

2014 -  The European Conference Physics of Magnetizm 2014, Poznań, June 2014, invited lecture

            “Coulomb edge effects in graphene nanoribbons”

-          Trends in Nanotechnology International Conference, Barcelona, October 2013, invited lecture

“Theory of the electronic structure of grain boundaries in graphene”

-          Nanoscience and Nanotechnology International Conference, Porto, February 2014, invited lecture

“The role of octagonal defects in the electronic properties of graphene nanoribbons and carbon nanotubes”

2015 -  Instytut Fizyki Uniwersytetu Szczecińskiego, March 2015, invited lecture

            „Właściwości magnetyczne wybranych struktur grafenowych

        -   Wydział Podstawowych Problemów Techniki Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego, February 2015, invited lecture

            „Magnetyczne wlasciwosci grafenu”