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2015: Piotr has presented a keynote speech on 'Carbon Molecular Sieves: Reconstruction of Atomstic Structural Models with Experimental Constraints' (RACI National Congress, 7-12 December 2014, Adelaide).

 

2013: Piotr is awarded the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Invitation Fellowships. A join research project between Curtin University (Department of Chemistry) and Shinshu University (Research Center for Exotic NanoCarbons) is one of only eight Australian research projects approved for funding by the JSPS.

 

2012: Industry News (11/08/2012) "Protective Nanotechnology: Nanomaterials for Capturing Nerve Agents". Get our latest research results about capturing of nerve agents in nanoporous materials.

 

2012: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics Blog, by Heather Montgomery, Deputy Editor "Combined theoretical and experimental approach identifies ideal nerve gas capture agent". Comment our latest research results about capturing of nerve agents in nanoporous materials.

 

2012: Nanowerk Spotlight, with Michael Berger, "Protective nanotechnology: Nanomaterials for capturing nerve agents". Get our latest research results about capturing of nerve agents in nanoporous materials.

 

2012: "Material Storage Mechanism in Porous Nanocarbon–Comparison between Experiment and Simulation" article was selected to display the front cover page of Computational Methods in Science and Technology.

 

2011: Australian Academy of Science awards International Science Linkage Grant (Strategic Policy Component Scientific Visits to Japan 2011-12 Grants) to Piotr Kowalczyk for a grant "Design of optimum carbon nanocapsules for methane hydrates with experimentally-supported molecular modelling technique".

 

2011: Nanowerk Spotlight, with Michael Berger, "Nanoporous quantum filters - inside the fascinating and weird world of confined quantum particles". Get our latest research results about quantum dynamics in nanoscale materials.

 

2010: Nanowerk Spotlight, with Michael Berger, "Atomistic model contributes to safety of geosequestration processes". Get our latest research results about adsorption-induced deformation of porous materials.

 

2008: Nanowerk Spotlight, with Michael Berger, "A role for nanotechnology in capturing and storing greenhouse gases". Get our latest research results about capture and storage of greenhouse gases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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