Wojciech Franus head of the team, professor in the field of Engineering and technology science. His scientific research includes:
-Synthesis of zeolites and mesoporous silica materials, MOF-s from fly ashes,
-The use of synthetic and natural mineral raw materials to remove inorganic and organic pollutants from aqueous solutions, sewage, and gases,
-Modification and application of a new generation of mineral additives for the production of building material

e-mail: w.franus@pollub.pl

 

Małgorzata Franus  works at Department of Construction. Her scientific interests are: synthesis and characterization of adsorbents used in the removal of impurities from water and wastewater, obtaining catalytic carriers for air purification, utilization of selected wastes for sintered lightweight aggregates production and concrete technology, and use of microwave radiation in production of building materials.

e-mail: m.franus@pollub.pl

Rafał Panek works at the Department of Geotechnical Sciences, Lublin University of Technology as an adjunct. He did his MSc in Chemistry with specialization in Analytical Chemistry and he received PhD in the field of environmental engineering. His research focus on the synthesis of porous materials from fly ash (zeolites, silica materials and MOFs). He is searching for practical use of these sorbents for CO2, HgO, Hg2+ capture, hydrogen storage and aggregates and building materials production. 

e-mail: r.panek@pollub.pl



Lidia Bandura works at the Department of Geotechnical Sciences, Lublin University of Technology as an adjunct. She did her MSc in chemistry and received PhD in the field of environmental engineering on June 29, 2016 (Thesis title: Use of synthetic zeolite adsorbents for the removal of petroleum substances). Her research focus on porous materials characterization, petroleum products removal, adsorption processes in environmental engineering, and waste materials utilization for building applications.

e-mail: l.bandura@pollub.pl





Szymon Malinowski works at Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Lublin University of Technology as an adjunct. His research focus on developing new plasma technique for deposition of enzyme bio-recognition layers and biosensor construction and  quantum-chemical modelling of interfacial phenomena using PQS/PQSMol package in terms of asphalt ageing processes.

e-mail: s.malinowski@pollub.pl

Agnieszka Woszuk works at the Department of Geotechnical Sciences, Lublin University of Technology as an adjunct. She did her MSc in Civil Engineering and Business Management in Lublin University of Technology.   She received PhD in the field of technical sciences on June 8, 2016 (Thesis title: The effect of the addition of zeolites on the decrease of production and compaction of mix asphalt). Her research focus on environmentally friendly road construction technologies, mainly heat asphalt technology and the use of waste materials.

e-mail: a.woszuk@pollub.pl



Maciej Szeląg works at Department of Construction, Lublin University of Technology as an adjunct. He did his MSc and PhD in the field of civil engineering. His research focuses on cementitious materials (cements, pastes, mortars, concretes), mainly performance at elevated temperatures and early-age properties. He is searching for the practical use of materials obtained on the basis of fly ash (e.g. zeolites, silica materials) in order to improve the properties of cement composites.

e-mail: maciej.szelag@pollub.pl 



Joanna Fronczyk works in the TEAM-NET project as a team#2 leader at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Lublin University of Technology. She received PhD in the field of Geoscience (Environmental Geotechnics). From the beginning of her research work, she has been focused on following interdisciplinary issues: environmental protection, environmental engineering and civil engineering. Her research focuses on soil and groundwater protection, assessment of inorganic contaminants influence on soil properties, as well as the environmental aspects of ordinary concrete modification using fly ashes from combustion of municipal sewage sludge.

e-mail: . j.fronczyk@pollub.pl


Ewelina Grabias works in the TEAM-NET project as an adjunct at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Lublin University of Technology. She did her MSc in materials chemistry. She received PhD in the field of chemistry (Thesis title: Uranium(VI) sorption on red clay and bentonite improved by phosphates). Her main scientific interests are:
- functionalization of porous materials for the removal of uranium(VI) and rare earth elements (REE),
- quantum-chemical calculations for uranium(VI) complexes,
- mechanochemical synthesis of fly ash based porous materials,
- sustainable nanocomposites and biomimetic materials for self-cleaning surfaces.


e-mail: e.grabias@pollub.pl 



Jarosław Madej works at the Civil Engineering Laboratory in Lublin University of Technology as a specialist. He did his MSc in Pure and Applied Chemistry with specialization in Materials Chemistry. His MSc thesis was entitled: The effect of corrosion inhibitors on the corrosion process of copper and its alloys in an acidic environment.

He works on synthesis, application and modification of porous materials (zeolites, composites, mesoporous silica materials). In addition, he deals with waste utilization (eg. fly ash). Now, he is focusing on fighting with smog phenomenon through photocatalysis processes using porous materials.

e-mail: j.madej@pollub.pl


Jakub Matusiak works in the NCN OPUS project as an adjunct at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Lublin University of Technology. He received PhD in the field of chemical sciences (Thesis title: The influence of fluorocarbon, silicone and hydrocarbon surfactants on stability of the polysaccharide/selected oxides systems). His research interests focus on the design and application of novel composite/hybrid materials and other complex systems for medical, environmental, and agricultural applications.

e-mail: j.matusiak@pollub.pl



Joanna Styczeń works at the Department of Construction, Lublin University of Technology as an assistant. She received PhD in the field of Civil Engineering, Geodesy and Transport (Thesis title: Influence of zeolite skeleton type on the cement hydration process used in renovation renders). She also did post-graduate studies in Interior Architecture - Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts Łódź. She obtained construction qualifications to manage construction works and structural design without any restrictions in the construction specialty. In her scientific research she is studying influence of zeolite skeleton type on the hydration process of cement used in renovation renders.

e-mail: j.styczen@pollub.pl 




Michał Wróbel works in the Department of Geotechnical Sciences as an scientific assistant, being a contractor in LIDER project led by Agnieszka Woszuk. He did his MSc in Civil Engineering, in the field of roads, bridges and eco-infrastructure specialty. Michał is also a PhD candidate of the Doctoral School at Lublin University of Technology.

e-mail: m.wrobel@pollub.pl






Monika Białoszewska works in the TEAM-NET project as a PhD student at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Furthermore, she is a student of the Doctoral School at the Lublin University of Technology. Her MSc thesis was entitled: “Determination of the content of psychoactive substances in Cannabis sativa.”

e-mail: m.bialoszewska@pollub.pl



Martyna Janek  works in the TEAM-NET project as a PhD student at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture. She is also a student of the Doctoral School at the Lublin University of Technology. Her BSc Thesis was entitled: „Properties of renovation plasters with additive of zeolite”.  She did her MSc in Civil Engineering, in the field of repairs and conservation of monuments.

e-mail: m.janek@pollub.pl 


 

Nadella Marchelina works in the TEAM-NET project as a Ph.D. student at the Civil Engineering and Architecture faculty. She is originally from Indonesia, and she did her MSc in SGGW Poland. Furthermore, she is also a student of Doctoral School at the Lublin University of Technology. Her research interest is in geotechnics, soil mechanics, and engineering structure."

 

e-mail: nadellamarchelina@gmail.com