Banaszak Michał


Michał Banaszak, graduated in Theoretical Physics in 1985 from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. He~received his PhD degree in Physics in 1991 from Memorial University in St. John's, Canada, specializing in Polymer Physics. From 1992 to 1995 he worked as postdoctoral fellow in Exxon Research & Engineering Co. in Annandale, New Jersey, USA, working on theory and modeling of polymer solutions. From 1995 to 1997 he worked at the Chemistry Department of UMIST in Manchester, UK, as a~research associate, specializing in large-scale computer simulations of ionic copolymers. In~1997 he joined the Adam Mickiewicz University, obtaining DSc degree (habilitation) in 2004 in Physics (specialty: Soft Matter Physics and Computer Simulations). Currently he is involved in a~variety of research projects on polymer modeling, collaborating with groups in leading universities, such as University of California in Berkeley. His main interest is in developing new models and theories for nanoscale self-assembly of various copolymer systems. He also successfully works with experimentalists in order to verify useful computational predictions, using large-scale computing and developing novel efficient algorithms and codes.



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