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Fellow: M.Sc. Karina Daria Porath

Karina Daria Porath at research work

 
Foreseen duration 36 month
Start Date 15.09.2006
End Date 15.09.2009
Project Title Study of magnetic nanoparticles systems used for medical applications: hyperthermia cancer treatment; drug delivery; sensors (Project 4)
Ministering Institut University of Rostock, Institute of Physics,
Physics of New Materials (Prof. Burkel)
Address Universität Rostock, Institut für Physik, Physik neuer Materialien (AG Prof. Burkel)
August-Bebel str. 55
18055 Rostock
Phone +49 381-4986867
eMail karina.porath2symbol of emailuni-rostock.de
Nationality Polish
Home University Gdansk University of Technology
Address: ul. Narutowicza 11/12, 80-952 Gdansk Wrzeszcz, Poland
 
Vienna University of Technology
Address: Karlsplatz 13, 1040 Vienna, Austria
Degree entitling to doctoral studies September 2006: Master of Science in Technical Physics,
Gdansk University of Technology
Education XII Liceum, Gdansk, Poland 9/1997 – 6/2001
 
University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland 10/2001 – 2/2004
Studying technical physics.
 
University of Technology, Vienna, Austria 3/2004 – 6/2004
Studying technical physics.
Project work at the Institute of Solid State Physics.
 
University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland 10/2004 – 6/2005
Master thesis title: „A method of estimation of spatial trap distribution in thin tetracene layers”.
 
University of Technology, Vienna, Austria 10/2005 – 1/2006
Project title: „Microstructural and micromagnetic study of (Fe, Co), (Pt, Pd) multilayer discs for high density perpendicular recording”.
 
University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland 2/2006 – 9/2006
Master thesis title: „A method of estimation of spatial trap distribution in thin tetracene layers”.
 
Rostock University, Rostock, Germany 9/2006 – 9/2009
Advanced Training in Hybrid Technologies for Nanostructured Composites EU Marie Curie EST, 2005-2009, Contract No. MEST-CT-2005-020986.
Research Experience University of Applied Sciences, Stralsund, Germany 7/2002 – 8/2002
Working in the field of fluid dynamics.
 
University of Applied Sciences, Stralsund, Germany 7/2003 – 9/2003
Working at the Institute of Energy and Environment.
 
University of Applied Sciences, Stralsund, Germany 7/2004 – 8/2004
Working in the laboratory of Prof. Dr.-Ing. J. A. Szymczyk.
 
Department of Physics of Electronic Phenomena, Gdansk, Poland 9/2004 – 7/2005
Work in the research group of Jan Godlewski.
 
Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna, Austria 8/2005 – 2/2006
Work in the research group of Josef Fidler and Thomas Schrefl.
 
Department of Physics of Electronic Phenomena, Gdansk, Poland 3/2006 – 9/2006
Work in the research group of Jan Godlewski.
 
Institute of Solid State Physics, Vienna, Austria 8/2008 – 8/2008
Work in the research group of Josef Fidler and Dieter Suess.
Acquisition of complementary skills
  • presentations and communication skills
  • business plan writing
  • project management
  • team building and leadership
  • training on cell cultures growth for medical tests
  • training on atomic force microscope
  • and more …