prof. dr hab. Włodzimierz Kutner

 

Profesor zwyczajny w Instytucie Nauk Chemicznych

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Contact information

Institute of Chemical Sciences
Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, School of Sciences
Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw (UKSW)
Wóycickiego 1/3, 01-938 Warsaw, Poland
Tel.: +(48 22) 380 96 26
E-mail: w.kutner [at] uksw.edu.pl

Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences (IPC PAS)
Kasprzaka 44/52, 01-224 Warsaw, Poland
Tel.: +(48 22) 343 32 17
Fax: +(48 22) 343 33 33
E-mail: wkutner [at] ichf.edu.pl
URL: http://groups.ichf.edu.pl/kutner/

Profiles

ORCID, Google Scholar, Publons

Present positions

2004–onward Professor, Institute of Chemical Sciences, Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, School of Sciences, UKSW, Warsaw
2003–onward Professor, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland

Publications

Over 170 research publications in peer-reviewed journals including ten review articles and nine chapters in monograph chemistry books, one co-edited monograph chemistry book, see here

Patents

29 patents and 10 patent pending, see here

Activity at scientific meetings

Over 320 presentations at national and international scientific meetings including 34 invited lectures, see here

Education

2002 Professor of Chemical Sciences (scientific title)
1995 D.Sc. (habilitation) in Physical Chemistry, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland
1975 Ph.D. in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland
1971 M.Sc. in Chemistry (with honorable mention), Faculty of Chemistry, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland

Permanent academic employment

2003–2018 Head of the Department of Physical Chemistry of Supramolecular Complexes and Leader of the Group of Molecular Films Research, IPC PAS
2003–2019 Director of the Institute of Chemistry, Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. School of Sciences, UKSW, Warsaw, Poland
2003–2004 Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. School of Sciences, UKSW, Warsaw, Poland
1995–2002 Associate Professor, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland
1977–1995 Assistant Professor, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland
1971–1972 Teaching Assistant, Department of Chemistry, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland

Visiting academic employment

2011 (4 days) Visiting Professor lecturing at the "Summer School in Spectroelectrochemistry", Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW), Dresden, Germany (Prof. L. Dunsch)
2010 (2 weeks) Visiting Scientist; Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A. (Prof. F. D'Souza)
2006 (6 weeks) Visiting Scientist; Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A. (Prof. F. D'Souza)
2003 (1 month) Visiting Professor; Bordeaux University, Talance, France (Prof. A. Kuhn)
2002 (1 month) Visiting Scientist; Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A. (Prof. F. D'Souza)
1999 (2 months) Visiting Scientist; Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A. (Prof. F. D'Souza)
1998 (2 months) Visiting Scientist; Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A. (Prof. F. D'Souza)
1997 (8 months) Visiting Scientist; Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A. (Prof. F. D'Souza)
1994 (3 months) Visiting Scientist; Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW), Dresden, Germany (Prof. L. Dunsch)
1994 (3 weeks) Visiting Specialist; Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces NM, U.S.A. (Prof. J. Wang)
1991–1993 (28 months) Research Assistant Professor; Department of Chemistry, University of Houston, Houston TX, U.S.A. (Prof. K. Kadish)
1990–1991 (3 months) Visiting Scientist; Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, “Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft”, Berlin, Germany (Dr. K. Doblhofer)
1985 (3 months) Research Associate; Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill NC, U.S.A. (Prof. R. Murray)
1983–1984 (18 months) Research Associate; Department of Chemistry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill NC, U.S.A. (Prof. R. Murray)
1979 (2 months) Visiting Scientist; Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, J. Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany (Prof. K. Unger)
1976–1977 (12 months) Postdoctoral Research Fellow; Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH, U.S.A. (Prof. H. Mark, Jr.)

Research activity

  • Electrocatalysis in the Ni(Hg)/Ni(II) system in aqueous solutions of ligands specifically adsorbing on the mercury electrode
  • Conjugated conductive poly(sulfur nitride), (SN)x, as an electrode material
  • Electrochemical detection in HPLC and FIA analytical flow systems
  • Electrodes chemically modified with redox conducting polymers of multipyridyl osmium and ruthenium complexes
  • Interactions of fullerenes in solutions and in surface films on electrodes
  • Guest mobility in polymeric cyclodextrin inclusion systems
  • Supramolecular chemistry of conducting molecularly imprinted polymers for chemical sensors and biosensors
  • Electrochemistry, spectroscopy as well as Langmuir, Langmuir-Blodgett, and polymer films of fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, and metalloporphyrins
  • Electrochemistry of polymer supercapacitors and fuel cells

Teaching activity

2001–onward Number of diploma students promoted: B.Sc. – 4, M.Sc. – 2, Ph.D. – 11
2003–onward Department of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. School of Sciences, UKSW
Lecturing for Chemistry Bachelor students on (i) Fundamentals of Electrochemistry and (ii) Analytical Chemistry as well as for Chemistry Master Students on (iii) Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis; Bachelor students diploma seminars
2003–2013 Coordinator of the International Doctoral Studies at IPC PAS
1995–1996 School of Natural Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Lecturing for Chemistry Bachelor students on (i) Fundamentals of Electrochemistry and (ii) Analytical Chemistry as well as for Chemistry Master Students on (iii) Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis; Bachelor students diploma seminars

Prizes and awards

1994 The Professor Wiktor Kemula Prize of the Polish Chemical Society "For the Best Research Work of 1992-1993", Warsaw, Poland
1989 The Cwiet Foundation Award "In recognition of the contribution to the development of liquid chromatography", Stockholm, Sweden
1982 Scientific Prize of the Division of Mathematical, Physical, and Chemical Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences "For contribution to the development of electrochemical detection in HPLC", Warsaw, Poland
1979 The Hamilton Foundation Award in the form of a two-month period scholarship at the Inorganic Chemistry Institute of the J. Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany

Research grants awarded

2019-2022 Research project under the Polish-Taiwanese/Taiwanese-Polish Joint Research Call VI, ”Sensing biomarkers of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) with molecularly imprinted polymer-based field-effect transistor arrays”, SensIPF, NCBR Project No. PL-TW/VI/2/2019, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Polish Principal Investigator), 385 758 PLN
2018–2021 Trans‐national Funded Projects ERA‐NET‐CoFund actions, Photonic Sensing Trans-national Call 2016, “On chip whispering gallery mode optical microcavities for emerging microcontaminant determination in waters” (SAFE WATER), NCBR Project No. Photonic Sensing/1/2018, IPC PAS, Warsaw (Contractor), 1 112 947.50 PLN
2015–2018 Grant of the National Science Centre of Poland, call OPUS 8 "Selective recognition of toxic heteroaromatic amines and N-nitrosamines in protein providing food products", Project No. NCN 2014/15/B/NZ7/01011, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator), 998 446 PLN
2011–2014 7th Framework Programme of EU, REGPOT-2011-1 "NanOtechnology, Biomaterials and aLternative Energy Sources for ERA integration", NOBLESSE, Project No. 285949, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator of a Work Package), 1 642 373 PLN
2011–2014 Fondazione CARIPLO Project “Inherently chiral organic semiconductors”, (Principal Investigators Prof. P. R. Mussini and Prof. F. Sannicolò, Univ. Milan, Milan, Italy), No. 2011-0417, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Subcontractor)
2008–2013 European Regional Development Fund, Research Project "Quantum semiconducting nanostructures for applications in biology and medicine – development and commercialization of a new generation of devices for molecular diagnosis using new Polish semiconductor instruments" No. POIG.01.01.02-00-008/08-00, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator of a Work Package), 1 428 055 PLN
2006–2009 Grant of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland, "Structure and properties of thin films of carbon nanotubes and donor-acceptor fullerene dyads for constructing electrodes of energy converting devices as well as sensors and biosensors", No. N204 046 31/1214, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator)
2007–2008 Network of the Polish Research Institutions, funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, "New materials and sensors for optoelectronics, informatics, energetics and medicine", coordinated by the Institute of Physics PAS, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Subcontractor)
2008–2010 Financial aid of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland No. 548/6.PR UE/2008/7 supporting the international project, entitled: "Nanomaterials for Application in Sensors, Catalysis and Emerging Technologies", IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator)
2006–2010 Contract No. MRTN-CT-2006-033873 of the European Commission within the FP6 "NASCENT" Consortium of the Marie Curie Research Training Network, "Nanomaterials for Application in Sensors, Catalysis and Emerging Technologies", IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland, (Contractor)
2007–2009 Grant of the 19th Executive Programme of Scientific and Technological Co-operation between Italy and Poland, (Italian Partner: Prof. P. Mussini, Department of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, University of Milan, Milan, Italy), IPC PAS Warsaw, Poland (Polish Principal Investigator)
2006–2007 Grant within the Agreement on Scientific Exchange between Polish Academy of Sciences and CNRS, "Molecularly imprinted polymer films as new recognition materials for biosensors", No. 18252, (French Partner: Prof. K. Haupt, Department of Bioengineering, University of Technology of Compiègne, Compiègne, France), IPC PAS Warsaw, Poland (Polish Principal Investigator)
2005–2007 Grant within the Agreement on Scientific Exchange between Polish Academy of Science and Russian Academy of Science, "Synthesis and property investigation of low-dimensional carbon structures" (Russian Partner: Prof. T. S. Zhuravleva, Emanuel Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia), IPC PAS Warsaw, Poland (Polish Principal Investigator)
2004–2006 Ph.D. Supervisor's Grant of the Polish Committee for Scientific Research, "Preparation and properties of molecular layers of donor-acceptor dyads of selected metalloporphyrins and fullerene adducts", No. 3 T09A 010 26, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator), 250 000 PLN
2002–2005 Research Grant of the Polish Committee for Scientific Research, "Electrochemical and piezomicrogravimetric detection in application to new electrochemical sensors and biosensors", No. 4 T09A 160 23, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator)
2001–2002 NATO Science Programme, Cooperative Science & Technology Sub-Programme, Collaborative Linkage Grant (American partner: Prof. F. D'Souza, Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A.), IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Polish Principal Investigator)
2000–2001 Ph.D. Supervisor's Grant of the Polish Committee for Scientific Research, "Electrochemical and spectroscopic properties of thin donor-acceptor molecular dyads of fullerenes", No. 3 T09A 085 19, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator)
2000–2003 European Union Concerted Action, Contract No. QLK3-2000-01311, of the 5th Framework Programme (Contractor)
1998–2001 INCO-COPERNICUS Concerted Action of European Commission (Directorate General XII: Science, Research and Development) through Contract No. ERBIC15CT960804, Proposal No. PL965022, IPC PAS Warsaw, Poland (Participant)
1999–2002 Special Grant of the Polish Committee for Scientific Research, "Electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance EQCM 5510" No. 7 T07D 077 99 C/4323, agreement No. 2475/C.T07-7/99, IPC PAS Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator)
1999–2002 Grant of the Polish Committee for Scientific Research No. 3T09A 044 19, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Executor)
1996–1999 US-Polish Maria Sklodowska-Curie Joint Fund II, Grant No. PAN/NSF-96-275, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland and Prof. F. D'Souza, Department of Chemistry, Wichita State University, Wichita KS, U.S.A. (Polish Principal Investigator)
1996–1999 Grant of the German-Polish Fund for Mutual Co-operation “Volkswagen-Stiftung” (German partner: Prof. L. Dunsch, Department of Electrochemistry and Conducting Polymers, Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW), Dresden, Germany (Polish Principal Investigator)
1994–1997 Grant of the Polish Committee for Scientific Research No. 2P 303 10 507, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Principal Investigator)
1993 Grant-in-aid, Department of Chemistry, University of Houston, Houston TX, U.S.A. (Principal Investigator)
1986–1990 Grant C.P.B.R. No. 12.2.77, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Main Contractor)
1981–1985 Grant C.P.B.R. No. 03.10.1.8.5, IPC PAS, Warsaw, Poland (Main Contractor)

Activity in professional societies and in scientific boards

1975–onward
1989–1992
Polish Chemical Society (PTCh), Active Member
PTCh Warsaw Division, Vice President
1988–2007
1988–1990
1990–1995
1995–2001
1998–2001
2002–2007
2002–2005
2005–2007
International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)
Commission on Electroanalytical Chemistry (V.5), Affiliate Member
Commission on Electroanalytical Chemistry (V.5), Associate Member
Commission on Electroanalytical Chemistry (V.5), Titular Member
Commission V.5 on Electroanalytical Chemistry (V.5), Secretary
Analytical Chemistry Division Committee, Associate Member
Analytical Chemistry Division Committee, Titular Member
Interdivisional Committee on Terminology, Nomenclature and Symbols (ICTNS), Associate Member
1992–1994, 2016–onward Electrochemical Society, Fullerene Section, Active Member
2008–onward International Society of Electrochemistry, Active Member
2010–onward Bioelectrochemical Society, Active Member
2002–onward Scientific Board of the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, Member
2015–onward Board of the Society for Molecular Imprinting, Member

Editorial activity

2003–onward
2008–2015
2015–onward
2003, 2005, 2010–2012
Bioelectrochemistry
Bioelectrochemistry, Associate Editor, Editorial Board Member
Bioelectrochemistry, Editorial Board Member
Bioelectrochemistry, Guest Editor
2003–2005 Analytical Chemistry, Member of the A-page Advisory Panel

Editorial activity in special issues of scientific journals

2012 M. Kotulska and W. Kutner, Guest Editors of Special Issue "A Selection of contributions to the International Symposium on Bioelectrochemistry and Bioenergetics, 21st BES 2011, an official scientific event of the Bioelectrochemical Society, Cracow, Poland, 8-12 May 2012, Editorial, Bioelectrochemistry 2012, 87, 1-2
2011 W. Kutner (Guest/Associate Editor) and E. Neumann (Principal Editor), Editorial, Special Issue, Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Surface Modification for Chemical and Biochemical Sensing, SMCBS 2011, Lochów (Poland), 4-8 November, 2011, Editorial, Bioelectrochemistry 2013, 93, 1
2010 W. Kutner, Guest Editor of "A Selection of Papers Presented at the 4th International Workshop on Surface Modification for Chemical and Biochemical Sensing, SMCBS 2009", Przegorzaly near Cracow (Poland), 6-10 November 2009, Editorial, Bioelectrochemistry 2010, 80, 1
2008 W. Kutner, Guest Editor of a special issue on Piezoelectric Sensors for Determination of Analytes in Solutions, Sensors, 2008, 8
2005 W. Kutner, Guest Editor, Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Surface Modification for Chemical and Biochemical Sensing, SMCBS 2005, Kazimierz Dolny (Poland), 6-10 November 2005, Editorial, Bioelectrochemistry 2007, 71, 1
2003 W. Kutner, Guest Editor, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Surface Modification for Chemical and Biochemical Sensing, SMCBS 2003, Białowieża (Poland), 13-16 November 2003, Editorial, Bioelectrochemistry 2005, 66, 1

Bibliometrics

Over 5200 citations including over 4600 citations without self-citations (ISI Web Science Core Collection)

Jorge Hirsch index, h = 39 (ISI Web Science Core Collection)

 

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