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II.2.1. Tandems for Excellence: Visiting Researchers Programme

Call for competition

  • Name of the competition: Competition for Action II.2.1 “Tandems for Excellence: Visiting Researchers Programme”
  • Objective: stimulate the achievement of scientific excellence by improving the level of internationalisation at the University of Warsaw and the visibility of research carried out at the University
  • Applicant: a researcher or a researcher/teacher, employed at the University of Warsaw, counted among the N-classified staff, with at least a doctoral degree, who may be the project manager, or a group of workers, hereinafter referred to as “the project group”, represented by the project manager, who submits an application for co-financing on behalf of the group. The project manager must have at least a doctoral degree and be counted among N-classified staff at UW. The research team includes research or research/teaching staff from the University of Warsaw, who are N-classified, and may include students or doctoral candidates at the University of Warsaw who are carrying out project-related tasks. The project group should have at least two members
  • Date of competition announcement: 30.09.2021
  • Start date for the call for proposals: 30.09.2021
  • Closing date for the call for proposals: 20.12.2021
  • Project budget: up to 250 000 PLN
  • How to apply: only electronically to the following address tandems@uw.edu.pl
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Nominating Committee

  • prof. dr hab. Mikołaj Czajkowski – Faculty of Economic Sciences – chairperson
  • prof. dr hab. Bogdan Jaroszewicz – Faculty of Biology, POB I
  • dr hab. Michał Tomza – Faculty of Physics, POB II
  • prof. dr hab. Agnieszka Świerczewska-Gwiazda – Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, POB III
  • prof. dr hab. Dariusz Kołodziejczyk – Faculty of History, POB IV
  • dr hab. Paweł Kaczmarczyk, prof. ucz. – Centre of Migration Research, POB V

By the decision of the Programme Manager, the following applications received funding:

  • dr hab. Bartosz Trzaskowski (Centre of New Technologies) “ReaxFF method for nanoscale modelling of chemical compounds and materials”
  • prof. dr hab. Joanna Trylska (Centre of New Technologies) “Why and how does cellular crowding affect enzymatic activity?”
  • dr Aleksandra Wiśniewska (Faculty of Economic Sciences) “A comparative study on non-market valuation of theatre in Poland and Denmark”
  • dr hab. Beata Wielgus -Kutrowska (Faculty of Physics) “Applications of Time-Resolved Fluorescence Imaging to Study Fundamental Processes in Living Cells – development of research opportunities at the University of Warsaw”
  • prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Litwinienko (Faculty of Chemistry) “NanoParticles and Free Radicals – New Concepts and Challenges for Nanoscience”
  • prof. dr hab. Piotr Kossacki (Faculty of Physics) “Coherent magneto-spetroscopy of excitions in layered semiconductors”
  • dr hab. Adriana Mica (Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Resocialisation) “Inequalities of Failure: Developing a Global Think Tank of Failing and the Pandemic”
  • prof. dr hab. Marek Okólski (Centre of Migration Research) “The influence of Covid-19 pandemic on the strategies of employers in Poland and Germany: a cross-sectional perspective”