Magdalena Sajdak, PhD

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Magdalena Sajdak graduated from Poznan University of Life Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture with specialization: Environmental Protection (2008) and obtained Ph.D. Eng. in 2012 in the field of biomass assessment at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. Since 2013 she works as an assistant professor at the Wood Technology Institute, Bioenergy Departments. Her research interests are biomass, ecosystem services, green infrastructure, urban forestry, solid biofuels and bioenergy.

Scientific Team

Diana Kogaczewska

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She is a graduate student of the University of Bialystok, Faculty of Philology, field: French with English – translation profile. In June 2021, she graduated from Romance Philology at the University of Gdansk with a Master’s degree.
Gaining higher education, she went to study abroad twice as part of the Erasmus+ program. She spent one semester of her undergraduate studies in Paris, continuing her education at the Sorbonne-Paris-Nord University, and she spent one semester of master’s studies at the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium.
On September 21, 2021, she began her internship at the Scientific Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Paris as part of the same program and on January 10, 2022, she became a new employee of the Center. Currently, she holds the position of a specialist and is responsible for activities related to the human sciences.

Szymon Trzybiński

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Szymon Trzybiński graduated from the Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. His master’s thesis entitled “The issue of modernity in Michel Houellebecq’s writing” was recognised as one of the two best masters theses written in the field of literary studies in 2017. He also studied at the Polish Institute of International Affairs and the College of Europe (Natolin campus), where he defended his master’s thesis entitled “The European Union’s response to disinformation: the case of the Covid-19 pandemic”. His interests focus on the relationship between literature, sociology and philosophy ; political science in the context of research on modernity and international relations. He worked at the National Library in Warsaw and the Information Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Brussels.

Administrative Team

Michał Grzyska


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Maria Ciepła

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Adam Knapik, PhD

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Łukasz Piętka

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