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First research grants for SOLARIS

First research grants for SOLARIS

For the first time in its history the SOLARIS Centre has received funding from the National Science Centre, the largest grant-making agency in Poland for fundamental research and basic science.

The awarded proposals were submitted in the PRELUDIUM 18 call. PRELUDIUM is a funding opportunity intended for young, talented pre-doctoral researchers about to embark on their scientific career.

The funding received will allow SOLARIS to implement two research projects:

  • Improving 3D macromolecule orientation determination based on polarized IR chemical imaging by optimization of scattering removal algorithms - a two-year project, a principal investigator: mgr inż. Paulina Kozioł
  • Improvement of histopathological classification based on chemical FT-IR imaging with data augmentation - a three-year project, a principal investigator: mgr Danuta Liberda.
The projects will be conducted under scientific supervision of dr Tomasz Wróbel. The research will be continued after completion of the SOLAIR beamline. The bamline will enable chemical analyzes at the micro-scale and intermolecular interaction studies in a wide range from far (FIR), through average (MIR) to close infrared (NIR).

 

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