Lukasz Marciniak received his MSc Eng. in Physics (Photonics) from the Wroclaw University of Technology in Wroclaw, Poland, in 2009 and a PhD and habilitation in Physics from the Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, in 2014 and 2017, respectively. Holder of numerous awards and prizes (e.g. Scholarship of Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland for Young and Outstanding Scientists 2015-2018, Scholarship START 2015 and START 2016 of Foundation for Polish Science FNP for outstanding young scientists, gold medal of Brussels Innova 2015 and 2016, Award of the Polish Minister of Science and Higher Education for his achievements in the international arena inventive in 2014, Scientific Award of Wroclaw Department of Polish Academy of Sciences ‘Iuvenes Wratislaviae’ 2017). The Principal Investigator in FNP First Team, NCS Opus, NCS Sonata, NSC Preludium. Co-author of more than 75 publications and 2 patents and 6 patents applications. His current research focuses on nanocrystalline luminescent thermometry of lanthanide and transition metal ions doped inorganic structures.


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