Plenary Talk I

Location : Lecture Hall

Chairman : Sheng-Wei Lee

Thermal Analysis and Thermodynamics: Key Insights into Materials for Protonic Ceramic Electrochemical Cells


Aleksandra Mielewczyk-Gryń

Associate Professor

Institute of Nanotechnology and Materials Engineering, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland.


University of Silesia

9 July 2020| Doctor of Science in Materials Engineering (Habilitacja)

  • Project title: “Thermal properties of chosen ceramic ionic conductors containing rare earth elements ”

Gdańsk University of Technology

21 June 2013| Doctor of Philosophy in Solid State Physics

  • Thesis title: “Structural and transport properties of ceramic proton conductor – doped lanthanum niobate”

Gdańsk University of Technology

27 July 2008| Master of Science and Engineering in Applied Physics (specialization: Physics and Techniques of Energy Conversion)

  • Thesis title: “Super ionic conductor for gas sensor applications”


  • Associate Professor September 2020 – Current
  • Assistant ProfessorOctober 2013 – August 2020

Gdańsk University of Technology; Institute of Nanotechnology and Materials Engineering Poland

  • Visiting Professor February 2023

International Centre for Carbon Neutral Energy (IC2NER), Kyushu University, Japan

  • Academic Visitor July 2015 – September 2015

Imperial College London; Department of Materials, United Kingdom

  • Postdoctoral Scholar November 2013 – November 2014

University of California, Davis; NEAT ORU and Peter A. Rock Thermochemistry Laboratory CA, United States of America

  • Research Assistant/Lecturer October 2009 – September 2013

Gdańsk University of Technology; Department of Solid State Physics, Poland

Honors and Awards:

  • Deputy Director for Infrastructure Institute of Nanotechnology and Materials Engineering
  • University Representative in the Polish National Coordination Council for Hydrogen Economy
  • University Rector Awards Yearly from 2013
  • Member of the Chief Council of Advanced Materials Centre
  • Member of the Faculty Council for the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics

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