Official IOE MUT Nanotechnology Group

Malwina Liszewska

Position: PhD Student

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Malwina Liszewska

E-mail: malwina.liszewska(at)



Malwina Liszewska has graduated from Military University of Technology (MUT) in 2013. During her engineering studies she worked on fabrication and characterization of composites for non-reactive armatures. She has carried out research studies to her MSc thesis in the Institute of Physical Chemistry of Polish Academy of Sciences, where she was involved in Foundation for Polish Science project as a scholarship holder. During these studies she has focused on the synthesis and characterization of nano- and microstructures, which could be potentially used as SERS platforms. In 2013 she started her PhD studies in the Institute of Optoelectronics MUT, where she is mainly involved in research studies on the applications of Raman and SERS spectroscopies to detection of hazardous materials. During her PhD studies she has also taken part in the Summer School “PLASMAG - Plasmonic and Magnetic Nanomaterials” funded by Erasmus Intensive Programme, which has been held at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

Research Interests

Raman and SERS spectroscopies in detection of hazardous materials. Fabrication of SERS substrates and their characterization (UV-vis-NIR and Raman Spectroscopies). Synthesis of nanoparticles and assembly. Composites of nanoparticles and other materials.


2013 - M.Sc. Eng., Chemistry - Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland    

Thesis: “Growth of gold and silver nano- and micro- structures on the solid surface” Thesis Advisor: Prof. Marcin Fiałkowski

2011 - Eng., Chemistry - Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland    

Thesis: “Development of compositions and preparation methods of silicone-oxidizer mixtures and nitrocellulose composites”. Thesis Advisor: Prof. Stanisław Cudziło


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