CNBP welcomes back Piotr Wargocki who will be undertaking his PhD study as a Centre student at Macquarie University research node.
Piotr previously graduated from the Politechnika Wrocławska (Technical University of Wroclaw), Department of Electronics, Faculty of Signal Processing. Following that he took on a second Masters course in the field of Biomedical Engineering and spent a year working at Macquarie University with Centre Deputy Director Ewa Goldys.
More recently Piotr has been in Thailand at Suranaree University of Technology with Prof. Montarop Yamabhai, working on the ‘Development of a smartphone-based alternative device, in order to read ELISA signals’.
His thesis title is ‘SPAD arrays for fluorescence lifetime measurement’ and he is being supervised by David Spence and Ewa Goldys.