Marcin Wielebski, founder, since 2007 – work in a private sector – Civil Engineering – mainly aluminium and glass constructions. Main duties: purchases, logistics, design, supervision of construction sites, sales, both in Poland and abroad. Since 2013 – own business in the same sector, operating mainly abroad. Marcin is responsible for the financial management, Nanores representation and constant evaluation of our business model.


mail: marcin.wielebski (at)

phone: +48 698 444 833 


Project Manager

M. Eng. Pawel Modrzynski is a researcher and engineer with 7-years of international experience in both scientific and industrial environments. Worked in projects ranging from nanotechnology applications in sensing and telecommunication to green energy R&D in following institutions: CERN (Switzerland), IMEC (Belgium), TEL Solar (Switzerland). Graduated at the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology in Materials Engineering in 2010, PhD candidate at UCL University, London in Photonics.


mail: pawel.modrzynski (at)

phone: +48 604 415 626 


Science Assistant

M.A Jakub Gawczyński graduated at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Faculty of Law and Administration in 2010. During his studies he also pursued his interests in audio-visual technologies. After his graduation it became his main focus. His goal is to apply the interdisciplinary knowledge to improve standards of cooperation between science and business. He has 10 years' experience in b2b relations and occasionally provides legal assistance for NGOs.


mail: jakub.gawczynski (at)

phone: +48 698 777 928 


Project Engineer

M. Eng. Piotr Kunicki was born in 1990 in Wrocław, Poland. In 2014 he received the MSc degree from Faculty of Microsystem Electronics and Photonics of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. His scientific interests are: focused ion and electron beam technologies and analog electronics. Currently he is working at Nanores company as an project engineer and he is PhD student at Wroclaw Univeristy of Science and Technology on NEMS devices fabricated with FIB and SEM technologies.  


mail: piotr.kunicki (at)

phone: +48 796 063 919 


Technology Specialist

M. Eng. Martyna Małecka received the Master’s degree at the Faculty of Chemistry at Wrocław University of Science and Technology, specialties Design Chemical Processes. Her master’s thesis was in the field of nanotechnology and chemical engineering. She is working at Nanores Company as a specialist technologist and she also helps in marketing activities and project management. Privately Martyna is interested in sport, especially in basketball and swimming.


mail: martyna.malecka (at)

phone: +48 697 165 401


Mathematician – Computer Scientist

M. Eng. Adam Olejniczak graduated at the Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology, Wrocław University of Science and Technology in 2016 and he received the MSc degree in Technical Physics. After graduation he started PhD study at Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences. He specializes in computational physics in atomic scale, especially in calculations from first principles. His current research interest are optical properties of carbon (nano)structures as well as semiconductor nanostructures with quantum-confinement effect (quantum dots). Privately Adam is training aikido.   


mail: adam.olejniczak (at)

phone: +48 508 710 791 

Project Engineer

M. Eng. Bogusz Stępak graduated at the Faculty of Electronis of Wrocław University of Science and Technology. In 2012, he received master degree in Advanced Applied Electronics. The topic of his thesis was laser material processing. The same year he started PhD study at Faculty of Electronics Microsystems and Photonics of Wrocław University of Science and Technology. He continues research on laser material processing and modification of bioresorbable polymers in medical applications. During his studies he took part in different research projects related to laser technologies. His current research interest are ultrafast laser materials processing, modification, nano- and microfabrication.



Technology Specialist

M. Eng. Aneta Zięba was born in 1992 in Wałbrzych, Poland. She graduated at the Faculty of Microsystem Eletronics and Photonics at Wrocław University of Science and Technology specialties Optoelectronics and Fiber Optics, in 2016. Her scientific interests are: fibre optic sensors, photonic structures and focused ion beam and electron beam technologies. Currently she is working at Nanores Company as a specialist technologist. She has started a PhD studies at Wrocław University of Science and Technology, her specialization is electronics.


mail: aneta.zieba (at)

phone: +48 725 623 537 

Numerical simulations

Eng. Marcin Achremowicz graduated Chemistry (Eng) and Bioinformatics (MSc) at the Faculty of Chemistry, Wrocław University of Science and Technology. He specializes in nano-scale simulations, he is also a python programmer. Marcin is interested in molecular dynamics simulations, porous materials, unix systems and software of ARM computers. He would like to start a PhD studies at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology.


mail: marcin.achremowicz (at)

phone: +48 691 930 801 

Research and Development

Eng. Marcin Jakimów was born in 1994 in Wroclaw. In 2017 he received the B.Eng. degree in the field of Automation and Robotics at the Faculty of Electronics of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology. Currently he is studying a Master’s degree in the same Faculty, cooperating with the Laboratory of Medical Neuroscience at the Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology, where he performs his master’s thesis. Using the knowledge of modeling and identification, which has been used in his engineering thesis, he is trying to develop new parameters of cerebral autoregulation.


mail: marcin.jakimow (at)

phone: +48 600 613 002 


M. Eng. Patrycja Nowak graduated at the Faculty of Chemistry at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology in the field of Materials Science. She received the Master's degree in the Advanced Functional Materials specialization. Her scientific interests include the issue of nanotechnology as an application in medicine. Currently, she works at Nanores as a Technician and at the same time is a student at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology in the field of Biotechnology. In her free time she travels and is interested in sports, specifically rugby.


mail: patrycja.nowak (at)

tel. +48 695 883 764

Project Engineer
Research and development

PhD Eng. Marek Gusowski – is a graduate of Department of Polymers Technology at the Gdansk University of Technology, he continued his studies at the Faculty of Chemistry at Wrocław University of Science and Technology where he earned his Master's Degree. In 2009 he was awarded the title of doctor at the Institute of Low Temperatures and Structural Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Wroclaw. He was involved in research projects at the universities in South Africa, France and Switzerland. Currently he is working at the Institute of Microelectronics and Optoelectronics at the Warsaw University of Technology. He conducts research within a broad thematic scope of research on polymers, inorganic luminescence materials, laser glasses and nanomaterials. In recent years, he has been working on the design and optimization of optical fiber laser power amplifiers. He has joined the R&D team of Nanores within the Mozart project organized by Wroclaw Academic Center where he works on surface microstructuring of IR materials in order to obtain enhanced transmission.


mail: marek.gusowski (at)

tel. +48 533 212 793 

Project Engineer
Numerical Simulations

Phd Eng. Łukasz Radosiński graduated Applied Mathematics and Solid State Physics of Wrocław University of Science and Technology in Poland in 2004. He received his PhD in Solid State Physics from Graduate University for Advanced Studies (総合研究大学院大学) in Hayama and High Energy Accelerator Research Organization KEK w Tsukuba in Japan. He specializes in predicting properties of materials using molecular modeling. His current research is in the area of photoinduced phase transition in graphene, predicting properties of polymer matrices and designing new drug carriers. In Nanores he runs a project about developing new method of manufacturing of carbon like diamond nanostructures using light and ion beam. He is also an Assistant Professor in Wroclaw University of Technology in Bioprocess and Biomedical Engineering Group.


mail: lukasz.radosinski (at)

tel. +48 882 175 450 

Development Projects Specialist

M.A Grzegorz Krzyszczyk graduated in European Studies at Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Faculty of International and Political Studies in 2008. The EU Funds, state aid and fundraising have become his main focuses since his graduation. He was employed in public administration offices for five years. Afterwards, he started to work for NGO's developmental support for over two years. Since January 2016 he has been preparing aplications and accounting grants for SME and innovation & technology projects.


mail: grzegorz.krzyszczyk (at)

tel. +48 501 453 012