Dr. Ilona Jastrzębska
Ilona Jastrzębska graduated with honors in 2012, majoring in Chemical Technology, at the Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics, AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków. Then, in 2017, she defended her doctoral thesis with distinction on the structure and properties of refractory spinels. During her doctorate, she completed a research internship at Rostock University. For her doctoral thesis, she received the international Gustav-Eirich Award. In 2019, she also completed postgraduate studies in "Business English".
In the years 2012-2023, she was a co-author of 50 scientific publications, including 22 on the Philadelphia list. He holds 2 patents. She presented the results of her work at over 40 scientific conferences, mainly international ones.
In 2019, it implemented the requirements of industry technical standards under CETA in the largest Polish enterprises in the steel structures industry (Mostostal Wechta, Mostostal Siedlce, Mostostal Rudnik, Mostostal Chojnice, Protea Sp. z o.o.), enabling the production of large steel structures for the Canadian market.
From 2019 works as a research and teaching assistant professor at the Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics, AGH University of Science and Technology. Stanisław Staszic in Krakow. He passionately combines teaching with innovative scientific research. He is the supervisor of 13 diploma theses and 2 implementation doctorates.
Her research interests are strongly focused on refractory materials for the copper industry. Currently, as a manager and leader, he is implementing a breakthrough research project "Development of a new generation of intelligent chrome-free refractories for the copper industry" financed by the National Center for Research and Development under the LIDERXII program. He is carrying out this project together with his 6-person research team. It uses the most modern research methods, including synchrotron radiation and proprietary solutions in the field of microstructure image analysis.