Bartosz Mielan, M.Sc.

E-mail
barmie@agh.edu.pl
Room

Phone
+48 12 617 47 44

University degrees

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

Position

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

Teaching

• 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”