I’m a PhD student at the Mesoscale Chemical Systems group with a passion for solving problems and applying these solutions in the real world.
In 2016 I obtained the title of bachelor in Sound Engineering and in 2019 master in Acoustics, both at the Institute of Acoustics, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. The topic of my master thesis concerned the application of synergistic interaction of electric and ultrasonic fields for manipulation of particles inside droplets. Apart from that, during the internship at the Department of Molecular Acoustics at the Adam Mickiewicz University I worked on magnetic hyperthermia in emulsions.
As a personal side project I’m working on a data analysis software for experimental physicists.
Currently, under supervision of Dr. D. F. Rivas, Prof. H. Gardeniers and Prof. M. Versluis, I work on surface manipulation and volume control of cavitation, which is formation and collapse of bubbles induced by acoustic waves. The goal of the research is to better understand and control the process of cavitation using surfaces covered with micropits of different sizes, shapes etc., different coatings as well as parameters of the acoustic waves. I will also study free radical transport associated with the process.
The topic of the PhD is part of the UCOM (Ultrasound Cavitation in Soft Materials) project and is being realised in the Mesoscale Chemical Systems group in cooperation with the Physics of Fluids group.