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Dr. Eng. Dawid Jarosz

Dawid Jarosz is a part-time Young Doctor in Molecular Beam Epitaxy Group at the International Centre for Interfacing Magnetism and Superconductivity with Topological Matter – MagTop, funded by a grant from the Foundation for Polish Science since 2022 and carried out at the Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. In 2012 he started the doctoral studies in Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. On 2019, by the resolution of the Scientific Council Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, he was awarded the academic degree of doctor of physical sciences on the basis of the presented doctoral dissertation entitled „ZnO and Zn1-xMgxO based quantum layers and structures obtained by molecular beam epitaxy for applications in optoelectronics”. From 2019 to 2020, he has been employed as a nanotechnology specialist at ML System in Zaczernie. From 2020, he was employed part-time as a scientific and technical employee at the College of Natural Sciences at the Center for Microelectronics and Nanotechnology in the University of Rzeszów. Since 2022, he has been assistant professor at University of Rzeszów, Institute of Materials Science and Engineering, Center of Microelectronics and Nanotechnology.

Jarosz was involved as an MBE growth technologist during the project entitled „ZnO/ZnMgO and CdZnO/ZnO Quantum Structures for High Efficiency Optically Pumped Blue and Green Light Emitters”. Number: 2014/13/B/St7/01773. From 2020, he performed a similar function during the implementation of four projects entitled:

  • Development and industrial implementation of the first Polish MWIR camera based on an uncooled InAs/GaSb type-II superlattice focal plane array.Number: POIR.04.01.04-00-0123/17.
  • Technology for the production of photonic heterostructures for infrared detection.Number: TECHMATSTRATEG-III/0038/2019-00.
  • Standards for the SIMS method for quantitative characterization of structures obtained by the MBE method.Number: PCI N2 136.
  • GaAs/AlGaAs based structures for QWIP detectors.Number: PCI N3

Jarosz was also responsible for the performance and interpretation of photoluminescence measurements in the following projects: „ZnO quantum wells in ZnMgO nanorods grown using the MBE method on selected substrates”. Number: UMO-2013/09/D/ST5/03881 (Sonata 5) and „Luminous photonic structures based on ZnO”. Number: PBS2/A5/34/2013.

His current research interests focus on solid state physics and nanotechnology. In particular, the development of low-dimensional structures based on AIII-BV compounds for infrared detection applications.

He is the co-author of 21 publications, and resulting the h-factor 8. He took part at 41 conferences as a poster presentations. He is a co-author of 2 patents and 3 patent applications.

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