Wojciech LisowskiD. Sc.

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  • M.Sc., 1972 - University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
  • PhD., 1980 - Institute of Physical Chemistry, PAS, Warsaw, Poland
  • D.Sc., 1996 - Institute of Physical Chemistry, PAS, Warsaw, Poland
 
Education and training:
  • 1978 - J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czechoslovakia
  • 1980 - Twente University of Technology, Enschede, The Netherlands
  • 1986 - Twente University of Technology, Enschede, The Netherlands
  • 1989-1991 - University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
  • 1999 - Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie der Universität Bonn, Bonn, Germany
  • 2001 - University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
 
Research areas:
  • Adsorption and reaction of gases on solids
  • Surface and interface studies of solid state materials
  • XPS analysis of solid surfaces
 
Selected papers:
    1.    Lisowski W., ”Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Hydrogen Interaction with Thin Cobalt Films“, Appl. Surface Sci., 33, 399 (1988/89).

    2.     Lisowski W., ”Flow Technique for Measuring the Sticking Probabilities of Simultaneously Adsorbed Gases on Metal Films: Application to the Simultaneous Adsorption of Deuterium and Nitrogen on Thin Iron Film at 78 K“, Vacuum, 54, 13 (1999). 

    3.    Lisowski W., van den Berg A.H.J., Leonard D. and Mathieu H.J., ”Characterization of titanium hydride films covered by nanoscale evaporated Au layers: ToF-SIMS, XPS and AES depth profile analysis“, Surf. Interface Anal., 29, 292 (2000).

    4.    Lisowski W., Keim E.G., van den Berg A.H.J., Smithers M.A., "Structural and chemical evolution of single-wall carbon nanotubes under atomic and molecular deuterium interaction", Carbon, 43, 1073 (2005).

    5.    Lisowski W., Keim E.G., van den Berg A.H.J., Smithers M.A. "Structural and chemical characterization of titanium deuteride films covered by nanoscale evaporated palladium layers" Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 385(4), 700 (2006).

    6.    Lisowski W., Keim E.G., Kaszkur Z., Smithers M.A.  “Decomposition of thin titanium deuteride films; thermal desorption kinetics studies combined with microstructure analysis”. Appl. Surf. Sci. 254, 2629-2637 (2008). 

    7.    Andreeva D., Ivanov I., Ilieva L., Abrashev M.V., Zanella R., Sobczak J.W., Lisowski W., Kantcheva M., Andeev G., Petrov K., “Gold catalysts supported on ceria doped by rare earth metals for water gas shift reaction: Influence of the preparation method”. Appl. Catal. A, 357, 159-169 (2009).

    8.    Lisowski W.,  Keim E.G.„Application of TEM and XPS in the interpretation of the kinetics of deuterium evolution from ultrathin TiDy/Pd films evaporated on quartz”. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 393, 1923-1929 (2009).

    9.    Ilieva L., Pantaleo G., Nedyalkova R. , Sobczak J., Lisowski W., Kantcheva M., Venezia A.M., Andreeva D. “NO reduction by CO over gold catalysts based on ceria supports, prepared by mechanochemical activation, modified by Me3+ (Me = Al or lanthanides): Effect of water in the feed gas”. Appl. Catal. B, 90, 286-294 (2009).

    10.    Lisowski W., Keim E.G.“Vacuum annealing phenomena in ultrathin TiDy/Pd bi-layer films evaporated on Si(100) as studied by TEM and XPS”. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 396, 2797-2804 (2010). 

    11.    Tabakova T., Ilieva L. , Ivanov I., Zanella R., Sobczak J.W., Lisowski W., Kaszkur Z., Andreeva D. “Influence of the preparation method and dopants nature on the WGS activity of gold catalysts supported on doped by transition metals ceria”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 136– 137, 70-80 (2013).

    12.    Lisowski W., Grzanka E., Sobczak J.W., Krawczyk M., Jablonski A.,Czernecki R., Leszczyński M., Suski T.,“XPS method as a useful tool for studies of quantum well epitaxial materials: Chemical composition and thermal stability of InGaN/GaN multilayers”, J. Alloys and Comp. 597, 181–187 (2014).

Total number of publications: 121
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