Bartosz Mielan, M.Sc.


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University degrees

MSc in Materials Science (2016)
BSc in Biomedical Engineering (2015)
All titles obtained from AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland


Since October 2016 – PhD student at AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland

Stays abroad

1. Germany, Max Bergmann Center for Biomaterials, Dresden: 1 month stay (research for PhD thesis)
2. Portugal, Universidade do Porto, i3S Instituto De Investigação e InovaçãoemSaúde: 3 months stay (research for PhD thesis)
3. Spain, UniversitatInternacional de Catalunya em Barcelona: 1 month stay (research for PhD thesis)

Honors and awards

1. Scholarship founded by SGL Carbon Polska for Master Thesis: Lignin as a carbon precursor (2015/2016)
2. Best poster award: Lignina jako alternatywny precursor węgla
3. Best poster and rapid fire presentation award:: Modification of micro-spheres' microstructure for application as cell carriers in modular tissue engineering, 26th Conference Biomaterials in Medicine and Veterinary Medicine : annual conference : 12–15 October 2017, Rytro, Poland
4. Rudolf Cimdins Schoolarship, 29th annual congress of the European Society for Biomaterials, Maastricht, Netherlands 2018

Publications and patents

• 5 scientific publications

Scientific experience

• manufacturing of polymeric microspheres with emulsification oil-in-water method and their modification with hydroxyapatite
• surface modification of microspheres with adhesive proteins and apatite-like layer
• conducting cell cultures with microspheres and differentiation of MC3T3 cells to osteoblasts
• manufacturing of silica microspheres with emulsification water-in-oil method
• manufacturing of alternative ligin-based carbon binders


• seminars and laboratory courses in Materials from renewable resources and Biomaterials and Composites

Currently realized projects

  • IDUB AGH: Initiative of Excellence -Research University POB5/45 (2020-2022) New generation multifunctional biomaterials for the treatment and tissue regeneration.
  • NCN Sonata 2016/21/D/ST8/01685 (2017-2021), “Polymer microspheres as cell carriers in bottom-up tissue engineering”