Charge transfer processes in hydrodynamic systems

Research group no. 14

Charge transfer processes in hydrodynamic systems

Group leader

dr hab. Martin Jönsson-Niedziółka

Research topics

The research group is working in many aspects of electrochemistry in hydrodynamic (such as microfluidics, etc) and static systems. We have two main branches of our research; studies of ion transfer between immiscible liquids, and studies of biologically relevant electrochemical processes for example by enzyme catalysis, peptides and in cell cultures.


  • Dr Emilia Witkowska-Nery
  • Dr Magdalena Z. Wiloch
  • Dr Ewelina Kuna
  • Dr Bren Mark B Felisilda
  • MSc Marta Podrażka
  • MSc Karthika Kappalakandy Valapil
  • MSc Elżbieta Jarosińska
  • MSc Andrzej Krześniak



Richter, Ł., Księżarczyk, K., Paszkowska, K., Janczuk-Richter, M., Niedziółka-Jönsson, J., Gapiński, J., Łoś, M., Hołyst, R., & Paczesny, J.
Adsorption of bacteriophages on polypropylene labware affects the reproducibility of phage research.
Scientific Reports,

Wiloch, M. Z., Kuna, E., Kosiorek, S., Sashuk, V., & Jonsson-Niedziolka, M.
The spectroelectrochemical behaviour of 1,4‐dimethoxypillar[5]arene (P5A) and its monomer in different organic solvents.

Sulowska, K., Roźniecka, E., Wiwatowski, K., Janczuk-Richter, M., Jönsson-Niedziółka, M., Niedziółka-Jönsson, J., & Mackowski, S.
Patterned silver island paths as high-contrast optical sensing platforms.
Materials Science and Engineering: B,

Gabler, T., Krzesniak, A., Janik, M., Mysliwiec, A. K., Koba, M., Buczyńska, J., Jönsson-Niedziółka, M., & Smietana, M.
Electrochemistry in an optical fiber microcavity - optical monitoring of electrochemical processes in picoliter volumes.
Lab on a Chip,

Kalisz, J., Nogala, W., Adamiak, W., Gocyla, M., Girault, H. H., & Opallo, M.
The Solvent Effect on H2O2 Generation at Room Temperature Ionic Liquid|Water Interface.