Sylwia Jopa


               M. Sc., Eng Sylwia Jopa

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Affillation: Centre of New Technologies, University of Warsaw, Poland                               Banacha 2C, 02-097, Warsaw


Bachelor of Engineering and master’s degree student of the Faculty of Chemistry at the University of Warsaw, majoring in “Advanced instrumental methods and measurement techniques” and “Medical Chemistry”. Prepared engineering thesis on the use of NMR techniques to study the structure of macrocyclic compounds and inclusive complexes. This work was recognised for significant scientific achievement with the award of the Antoni’s Grabowski Prize by the Faculty of Chemistry of the University of Warsaw in 2022. As part of her MSc thesis, she conducted research on the effect of newly synthesised, bifunctional nanoparticles on the time constants of water molecules in MRI imaging. From 2021 to 2023, she worked at the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences. She also did an internship at the Institute of Industry Chemistry PIBin Warsaw (2017).

In December 2021, she received the Rector’s Scholarship for the best students for significant academic achievements. The Rector’s scholarship may be awarded to a person who obtained a high average grade in the previous academic year or has significant scientific, artistic or sports achievements.  In 2022, she was a finalist of the competition “Gold Medal of Chemistry” organised by the IPC PAS and the DuPount Poland. The overall of her student work has also been appreciated by the award of a scholarship from the Minister of Education and Science for significant achievements for students for the academic year 2023/2024.

She is currently undertaking a project on the application of machine learning in non-stationary NMR signal analysis as part of her PhD studies.