of Silesia
Institute of Physics
Division of Biophysics and Molecular Physics

Dr. hab. Marian Paluch, professor of US


Reaserch projects financially supported by the Polish Committee for Scientific Research (Ministry of Science and Higher Education): 
  1. Project No. 2 PO2B 081 06; Study of the effect of anisotropy induced by a strong electric field on properties of critical fluctuations in liquids, (1994-1996); co-investigator 
  1. Project No. 2 PO3B 030 12; Study of dynamics of phase transitions in systems with fuzzy relaxation times,  (1997-1999); co-investigator
  1. Project No. 2 PO3B 020 15; Search and verification of models for phase transitions in liquid crystals. Pressure and temperature measurements by means of “linear” and “non-linear” dielectric methods, (1998-2001); co-investigator
  1. Project No. 2 PO3B 043 15; Pressure generalization about the fragility definition for glass-forming liquids, (1998-1999); principal investigator
  1. Project No. 5 PO3B 022 20; Linear and nonlinear dynamic behaviour of supercooled liquids, (2001-2003); principal investigator
  1. Project No. 1 PO3B 075 28; Peculiar behavior of ß relaxation in glass forming liquids, (2005-2008); principal investigator
  1. Project No. N202 148 32/4241 (for PhD student); Study of the peculiar behavior of secondary dielectric relaxations of polypropylene glycols and their water mixtures near the glass transition, (2007-2008); principal investigator
  1. The project funded within the framework of the Polish-Italian scientific and technological co-operation: Broadband dielectric spectroscopy as a monitoring technique of the high pressure effect on soft matter: a) supercooled and glassy dynamics, b) kinetics of polymerization process at very high pressure, (2007-2009); coordinator from Polish side.

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September 2007

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