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Talk by Professor Albert Fert

We invite you to a talk by Professor Albert Fert from Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales in France, during the conference Physics of Magnetism 2021.
The speaker was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2007 for the discovery of the phenomenon of giant magnetoresistance, which contributed to the development of, among others, computer science.

Friday, July 2nd, 2021, 6:15 p.m. (CEST).

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II National Scientific Conference "Kierunek NANO"

"Direction NANO" is a conference aimed at facilitating the exchange of experiences, presentation of research results and discussion on current and future challenges in the field of nanotechnology. This online event will take place on July 8, 2021.

The aim of the current meeting will be to exchange knowledge and experience in the field of nanotechnology, taking into account its interdisciplinary nature.

The official patron of the conference is IFM PAN.

We cordially invite you to participate in the conference:

MSc Eng. Łukasz Frąckowiak became a laureate of the START 2021 programme

Program START 2021

MSc Eng. Łukasz Frąckowiak has received prestigious START 2021 stipend of the Foundation for Polish Science.

The START programme of the Foundation for Polish Science is the oldest scholarship programme in Poland for the best young scientists representing all branches of science. Its aim is to support outstanding young scientists and encourage them to further scientific development." (cited from:

Congratulations to our laureate!




Dr. hab. Eng. Piotr Kuświk, Professor IFM PAN has received a research project entitled "Artificial magnetic domains without domain walls in magnetically patterned Rare-Earth–Transition-Metal ferrimagnetic films (TWIST)". The project with a budget of PLN 1,996,760 will be implemented as part of the OPUS 20 call financed by the National Science Centre (NCN).

Prof. IFM PAN Piotr Kuświk is currently the leader of the OPUS 17 project and the Bilateral Exchange (NAWA) project. Moreover, his previous SONATA BIS 5 project was recently completed in April this year.

Congratulations to our Professor on his success!

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