Wroclaw University of Technology (logo) WEMiF: Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics (logo) LIPEC: Laboratory for Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits LIPEC LIPEC

Currently employed members and active Ph.D. students

Name Title Position Phone E-mail
Jan Felba Prof. Ph.D. (E.Eng.) D.Sc. Professor +48 71-320-4977
+48 71-353-1053
Artur Wymyslowski Ph.D. (E.Eng.) D.Sc. Professor +48 71-353-1065
Tomasz Falat Ph.D. (E.Eng.) Assistant Professor +48 71-320-4978
Przemyslaw Matkowski Ph.D. (E.Eng.) Assistant Professor +48 71-320-4978
Krzysztof Urbanski Ph.D. (E.Eng.) Lecturer +48 71-320-4972
Zbigniew Zaluk M.Sc. (E.Eng.) Specialist +48-71-320-4976
Kamil Nouri Allaf M.Sc. (E.Eng.) PhD student +48 71-320-3507
Krystian Jankowski M.Sc. (E.Eng.) PhD student +48 71-320-3507
Krzysztof Stojek M.Sc. (E.Eng.) PhD student +48-71-320-4976
Krzysztof Szostak M.Sc. (E.Eng.) PhD student +48 71-320-4972
Lukasz Urbaniak M.Sc. (E.Eng.) PhD student +48-71-320-4976
Miroslaw Gierczak M.Sc. (E.Eng.) PhD student +48-71-320-4976

Former LIPEC members

Name Title
Kazimierz P. Friedel Prof. Ph.D. (E.Eng.) D.Sc.
Barbara Bober Ph.D. (E.Eng.)
Bronislawa Olszewska-Mateja Ph.D. (E.Eng.)
Lukasz Dowhan Ph.D. (E.Eng.)
Ryszard Swierczynski Ph.D. (E.Eng.)
Sebastian Tesarski M.Sc. (E.Eng.)
Bartosz Platek M.Sc. (E.Eng.)
Rafal Kramek M.Sc. (E.Eng.)
Piotr Slupski M.Sc. (E.Eng.)


Currently employed members and active Ph.D. students


Professor JAN FELBA, Ph.D.(E. Eng.), D.Sc.

Jan Felba received his M.Sc. degree in 1970, PhD degree in 1979 and Dr.Sc. degree in 1997 from Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. In 2011, The President of Poland awarded him the title of professor of technical sciences. Since 1970 he has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Institute of Electron Technology — presently Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics. Since November 1999 he has been the head of the Laboratory of Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits.

His research is generally connected with electronic packaging. He is involved in designing the methods for optimization of technological processes oriented into long-term-reliability, lead free soldering, and polymer and flexible electronics with special emphasis on electrically and thermally conductive adhesives for microelectronic interconnecting. He is also involved in the research activities concerning polymer composites filled with nano-sized particles for electronics, e.g. ink-jet printing technology.

His research interest concern also the area of electron beam technology for thermal processes, especially for electron beam welding, active brazing of super-hard materials and surface modification.

He is the Editor-in-Chief of Materials Science-Poland — an interdisciplinary Journal of Physics, Chemistry and Technology of Materials edited by De Gruyter and a head Division of Scientific Periodicals at Wroclaw University of Technology. He is a member of Scientific Committee of Centre for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology and member of Polish Chapter of the International Microelectronics and Packaging Society (IMAPS). He is also a member of Polish Vacuum Society and Wroclaw Scientific Society.


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ARTUR WYMYSLOWSKI, Ph.D.(E. Eng.),D.Sc.
Professor

Artur Wymyslowski received his M.Sc. degree in 1989, PhD degree in 1994 and Dr.Sc. degree in 2008 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. Since 1995 he has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics. Currently, he posses a position of a WRUT professor.

His research interests are focused on multiphysics numerical prototyping including modelling and simulation, optimization, etc. Additionally, his area of interests contain different aspects of mechatronics and manufacturing engineering.

He is engaged in education and teaching at the different university levels (engineer, master, PhD).

He is a member of IMAPS Poland Chapter and Wroclawskie Towarzystwo Naukowe.


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TOMASZ FALAT, Ph.D.(E. Eng.)

Tomasz Falat received his M.S. degree in 2002, Ph.D. in 2007 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. Since 2002 he has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics. His research interest is in heat dissipation and thermal contacts problems in modern electronic packages. He focuses on thermal properties measurements and numerical modeling of heat transfer in thermally conductive adhesives and novel micro- and nano-materials. He is engaged in development of manufacturing technology of Ink-Jet printed electrically conductive structures with nanosilver particles for using in flexible electronics.

From 2002 to 2005 Tomasz Falat was involved in European Project "NANOJOINING - Novel nano composite polymers and joining technologies for reliable and efficient assembly of electronic components". In the NANOJOINING project he was focusing on FEM simulation (ANSYS, ABAQUS), measurements and testing of thermal properties of polymer based composites for microelectronic packaging.

From 2006 to 2007 he was involved in the European Project "DAVID - Downscaled Assembly of Vertically Interconnected Devices" targeted at high packaging density for hybrid Wafer-to-Wafer and Chip-to-Wafer integration of MEMS with ASICs. His main activities in DAVID project was virtual thermo-mechanical prototyping of components and micro-system packages and FEM analysis (ABAQUS) of stress and strain distribution in chip-to-wafer integrated ASIC/MEMS systems.

In 2008 he held PostDoc position in Delft University of Technology (TUDelft) in The Netherlands where he was focused on implementation of cure dependent viscoelastic behavior of polymer composites in numerical (FEM) models.

Since 2008 he has been involved in Euripides Project "CANOPY - CArbon NanOtubes/ePoxY composites" which aims at the development of high performances carbon nanotubes/epoxy adhesives for boards assembly and die attach applications. He is mainly focusing on molecular dynamic study of heat transfer in nano materials like carbon nanotubes.

Nowadays Tomasz Falat is the coordinator of national project "Development of manufacturing technology of Ink-Jet printed electrically conductive structures with nanosilver particles for using in flexible electronics", which was funded by the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR) in 2010.

He was a member of editorial office of Materials Science - Poland - an interdisciplinary Journal of Physics, Chemistry and Technology of Materials.


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PRZEMYSLAW MATKOWSKI, Ph.D. (E. Eng.)

Przemyslaw Matkowski received his M.Sc. degree in 2004, Ph.D in 2010 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. Since October 2009 he has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics.

His research interest is reliability of Pb-free solder interconnections, especially problem of whisker growth. He is specializing in problem of waste electrical and electronic equipment recycling as well as in problem of RoHS and WEEE directive interpretation. As a specialist of Ministry of the Environment he is an author of both guidelines in the scope of practical application of equipment definition in the context of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act as well as of elaboration of cumulative information about total amount of electrical and electronic equipment introduced into the territory of the Country within a period of 2005-2006. He cooperates with investors and producers involved in the system of waste electrical and electronic equipment management.

He is a member of Poland Chapter of the International Microelectronics and Packaging Society (IMAPS) IMAPS Poland Chapter . He is a member of IEEE.


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KRZYSZTOF URBANSKI, Ph.D. (E. Eng.)

Krzysztof Urbanski received his M.Sc. degree in 2000, Ph.D. in 2005, from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland.

His research interest is Software and Control System Design, Wireless Sensors, VoIP/CRM/ERP Systems, C/C++/C# programming, Real Time Operating Systems, Network Communications. Since 2002 he has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics.

Dr Urbanski is the author of many university courses at Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics (see the list)

He is a member of Poland Chapter of the International Microelectronics and Packaging Society IMAPS Poland Chapter and IEEE member since 2006.


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ZBIGNIEW ZALUK, M.Sc.(E. Eng.)

Zbigniew Zaluk has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology since 1977. He is a specialist in the field of microbonding (especially thermocompression, ultrasonic and thermosonic bonding). He is responsible for research and education equipment.


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KAMIL NOURI ALLAF, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Kamil Nouri Allaf received his M.Sc. degree in 2011 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland.


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KRYSTIAN JANKOWSKI, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Krystian Jankowski received his M.Sc. degree in 2011 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland.

He started his PhD studies in 2011 at Wroclaw University of Technology pursuing issues related to the study of the reliability of solder joints using in electronic assembly.

His interests are connected with programming microcontrollers (C language), developing PC applications by using high-level language like C# and wireless technologies i.e. Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).


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KRZYSZTOF STOJEK, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Krzysztof Stojek received his M.Sc. degree in 2014 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland.

His research interests are the joints with high heat transfer efficiency in electronic packaging with using the silver nanoparticle sintering process.


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KRZYSZTOF SZOSTAK, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Krzysztof Szostak received his M.Sc. degree in 2015 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland.

His research interest is the reliability and application of cost-effective medical equipment, database systems, wireless sensor networks, C/C# programming.


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LUKASZ URBANIAK, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Łukasz Urbaniak received his M.Sc. degree in 2016 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland.

His interests are: 3D printing, ink-jet printing, C/C++ programming.


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MIROSLAW GIERCZAK, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Miroslaw Gierczak received his MSc in 2013 at the Microsystem Electronics and Photonics faculty of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology.

His research interests are materials and structures realized in thick-film and LTCC technology for the purposes of selected methods of energy harvesting.

Since 1st October 2016 he started to work as research and teaching assistant at the Faculty of Microsystems Electronics and Photonics.


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Former LIPEC members


Professor KAZIMIERZ P. FRIEDEL, Ph.D.(E. Eng.), D.Sc.

Kazimierz P. Friedel received his M.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1962, PhD degree in 1974 and Dr.Sc. degree in 1984 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. The Professor title he obtained in 1995. In 1961 he joined Industrial Institute of Electronics in Wroclaw and in 1963 he was employed at Wroclaw University of Technology. In 1979-1980 he was a fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship at Welding Research Institute of Osaka University, Japan. In 1981-1993 he was elected Vice-Director of the Institute of Electronic Technology (presently Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics). In 1981-1999 he was a Head of the Laboratory of Interconnecting and Packaging Electronic Circuits (formerly the Laboratory of Electron Beam Thermal Processes).


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BARBARA BOBER, Ph.D.(E. Eng.)

Barbara Bober received M.Sc. in Electronics from Wroclaw University of Technology in 1972. Since 1974 she has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Institute of Electronic Technology – currently the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics. She received PhD in Technical Sciences at Wroclaw University of Technology in 1982.

Dr Bober has an experience in evaluations of thick-film resistors and temperature sensors. She spent two years at Middlesex University in London doing research on thick-film resistors on dielectrics. Currently she has been involved in investigations of materials for electronic assembly and packaging technology. She has done the research on assembling LTCC microcircuits, evaluation of thermo-sonic Au-Al joints and electrically conductive adhesives.

Dr Bober is the member of International Microelectronics and Packaging Society IMAPS Poland Chapter.

After her retirement she still cooperates with LIPEC as a senior specialists.


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BRONISLAWA OLSZEWSKA-MATEJA, Ph.D.(E. Eng.)

Bronislawa Olszewska-Mateja received M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the Wroclaw University of Technology in 1966 and she joined the Institute of Electronic Technology there. She received PhD in Technical Sciences at Wroclaw University of Technology in 1974.

B. Olszewska-Mateja was involved in the research on interconnecting and packaging electronic circuits. She has done the research on evaluation of thermo-sonic Au-Al joints and electrically conductive adhesives.


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LUKASZ DOWHAN, Ph.D. (E. Eng.)

Lukasz Dowhan received his M.Sc. degree in 2006 (electronics and telecommunication), M.Sc. in 2009 (computer science) and Ph.D. in 2012 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland.

In 2012 he was employed in PARSIMO project.


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RYSZARD SWIERCZYNSKI, Ph.D. (E. Eng.)

Ryszard Swierczynski received his M.Sc. degree in 2011 from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. He started his PhD studies in 2011 at Wroclaw University of Technology. His interests are: smart sensor systems, design and measurement of digital systems and programming languages (especially C++).

Since 1st October 2015 he started to work as researcher & teacher at the Faculty of Microsystems Electronics and Photonics.


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SEBASTIAN TESARSKI, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Sebastian Tesarski received his M.Sc. degree in 2007, from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. Since October 2007 he has been a PhD student at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics.

His research interest is in molecular modeling of polymer composites with nanofillers. Especially assessment of thermo-mechanical properties of polymer materials used in electronic assembly. From December 2007 to 2013 he has been employed at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics. From 2009 to 2011 he was involved in European Project "SE2A - Nanoelectronics for save, fuel efficient and environment friendly automotive solutions (in the frame of ENIAC)". In the project his main activity was assessment of thermo-mechanical properties of moulding compounds, both numerically and experimentally. In 2012 he has been involved in Project "PARSIMO - Partitioning and Modelling of System in Package (in the frame of ENIAC)"


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BARTOSZ PLATEK, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Bartosz Platek received his M.Sc. degree in 2007, from the Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, Poland. Since October 2007 he has been a PhD student at Wroclaw University of Technology in the Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics.

His research interest was heat transfer in polymer composites with nanofillers and thermo-mechanical properties of viscoelastic polymer composites.

He was a member of IEEE/CPMT.


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RAFAL KRAMEK, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Rafal Kramek received his MSc in 2015 at the Microsystem Electronics and Photonics faculty of Wroclaw Univ. of Technology. His scientific and professional interests are connected with LED technology from system design to optimisation and reliability.


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PIOTR SLUPSKI, M.Sc. (E. Eng.)

Piotr Slupski received his MSc in 2013 at the Microsystem Electronics and Photonics faculty of Wroclaw Univ. of Technology. His research interests orbit around topics of general lithography with a focus on IC technologies, micro- and nanometrology, new technologies for IC manufacturing aswell as novel methods of patterning - for use both in microelectronics and other electron devices, such as vacuum tubes.

Research experience was gained by joining several projects, such as FNP TEAM FoMaMet, PARSIMO and NANOMAT. Up to now, co-authored 11 publications, with 1 as the lead author.


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