Dr hab Agnieszka Ewa Wiacek


Dr. hab. Agnieszka Ewa Wiacek has pursued a dedicated career in chemistry, marked by significant achievements in research, education, and international collaboration. She began her academic journey by studying chemistry at Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland, from 1989 to 1994. Subsequently, in 1994, she joined the university as a research assistant in the Department of Physical Chemistry.

Dr. Wiacek earned her Ph.D. degree in chemistry in September 2000 with a thesis focused on the effect of natural stabilizers on the stability of oil/water emulsions. Her doctoral research laid the foundation for her subsequent contributions to the field of physical chemistry. Building on this foundation, she obtained her habilitation degree (Dr. hab.) in 2013 with a dissertation titled "Effect of selected biologically-active substances, mainly phospholipids and (phospho)lipases, on the interfacial properties of dispersed systems." This achievement demonstrated her expertise in the complex interfacial dynamics of dispersed systems and their biological applications.

Throughout her career, Dr. Wiacek has been actively involved in research and education. She has authored approximately 60 scientific papers, contributing valuable insights to the field of physical chemistry. As a mentor, she supervised and promoted 10 Master of Science theses (M.Sc.) and 18 licentiate theses (B.Sc.), nurturing the next generation of chemists.

Dr. Wiacek's commitment to advancing scientific knowledge is evident through her participation in six scientific projects, including one international project. She played a pivotal role as the main performer in two projects, including one as the project promoter, showcasing her leadership in research initiatives. Her collaboration with Prof. Delgado's team at the University of Grenada, Spain, underscores her international research collaborations and contributions to the global scientific community.

In addition to her research accomplishments, Dr. Wiacek has been proactive in enhancing educational programs. She developed new tasks and teaching materials in English for students specializing in Material Chemistry, thereby enriching the educational experience and promoting internationalization within her department.

Currently, Dr. Wiacek leads the laboratory of physicochemical phenomena at interfaces in English, reflecting her dedication to providing high-quality education and research opportunities in the field of chemistry. Her multifaceted contributions in research, education, and international collaboration highlight her as a respected figure in the field of physical chemistry.

Research Interests:

Her research interest mainly focuses on Colloidal chemistry, dispersed systems, emulsion and suspension stability, dynamic light scattering, wettability, polymers and biopolymers, surfactants and biosurfactants, zeta potential, DLVO, green chemistry.

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