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Maciej J. Głowacki

Maciej J. Głowacki
Gdańsk University of Technology · Department of Metrology and Optoelectronics

Master of Science

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Introduction
Maciej Jerzy Głowacki studies Control, Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the Doctoral School of the Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland where he carries out research on optoelectronic sensory microsystems utilizing color centers in nanodiamonds. He specializes in production and optical characterization of fluorescent nanodiamond suspensions, as well as in particle analysis by dynamic light scattering (DLS) and electrophoretic light scattering (ELS).
Education
October 2019 - June 2023
Gdansk University of Technology
Field of study
  • Control, Electronic and Electrical Engineering
February 2017 - October 2018
Gdansk University of Technology
Field of study
  • Electronics and Telecommunications
October 2013 - February 2017
Gdansk University of Technology
Field of study
  • Medical and Mechanical Engineering

Publications

Publications (22)
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Magnetometry with nitrogen-vacancy (NV) color centers in diamond has gained significant interest among researchers in recent years. Absolute knowledge of the three-dimensional orientation of the magnetic field is necessary for many applications. Conventional magnetometry measurements are usually performed with NV ensembles in a bulk diamond with a...
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Magnetometry with nitrogen-vacancy color centers in diamond has gained significant interest among researchers in recent years. Absolute knowledge of the three-dimensional orientation of the magnetic field is necessary for many applications. Conventional magnetometry measurements are usually performed with NV ensembles in a bulk diamond with a thin...
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Efficient collection of photoluminescence arising from spin dynamics of nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers in diamond is important for practical applications involving precise magnetic field or temperature mapping. These goals may be realized by the integration of nanodiamond particles with optical fibers and volumetric doping of the particles alongside...
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Integration of optically-active diamond particles with glass fibers is a powerful method of scaling diamond's magnetic sensing functionality. We propose a novel approach for the integration of diamond particles containing nitrogen-vacancy centers directly into the fiber core. The core is fabricated by stacking the preform from 790 soft glass canes,...
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Fluorescent nanodiamonds with nitrogen-vacancy centers have become important nanoscale probes for sensing and imaging. The surface chemistry of the nanodiamonds influences their emission, interactions, and quantum properties. In this work, we propose to utilize fluorescent nanodiamonds as photostable markers for investigation of comestible liquids....
Conference Paper
Doping of optical fibers with NV(-) nanodiamonds is discussed for three technological approaches involving solid and hollow core geometries. Magnetic sensing performance is assed with sensitivity of 500 nT/sqrt(Hz) achieved for 24 cm long samples.
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In this paper, a novel fabrication technology of atomic force microscopy (AFM) probes integrating cantilever tips with an NV-rich diamond particle is presented. Nanomanipulation techniques combined with the focused electron beam-induced deposition (FEBID) procedure were applied to position the NV-rich diamond particle on an AFM cantilever tip. Ultr...
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The presented research was intended to seek new optical methods to investigate the demineralization process of bones. Optical examination of the bone condition could facilitate clinical trials and improve the safety of patients. The authors used a set of complementary methods: polarization-sensitive optical coherence tomography (PS-OCT) and Raman s...
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Integration of optically-active nanodiamonds with glass fibers is a powerful method of scaling of diamond magnetic sensing functionality. We propose a novel approach for integration of nanodiamonds containing nitrogen-vacancy centers directly into the fiber core. The core is fabricated using nanostructurization, that is by stacking the preform from...
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Fused filament fabrication is one of the most rapidly developing 3D printing techniques, with numerous applications, including in the field of applied electrochemistry. Here, the utilisation of conductive carbon black polylactic acid (CB-PLA) for 3D printouts is the most promising. To use CB-PLA as an electrode material, an activation process must...
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Ochratoxin A (OTA) is a hazardous contaminant of a large variety of plant and animal originated food. Herein, we report an interaction of OTA with calf thymus DNA (ct DNA) on the nanodiamond surface. We employed multispectroscopic techniques to elucidate the binding mechanism of OTA with ct DNA. The fluorescence and UV-Vis spectroscopy results show...
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Aim of the presented research was to develop an optical sensing system to investigate the demineralization process of the bones. Optical measurement techniques are widely used and increasingly adapted in biological and biomedical applications due to their non-destructive nature and safety. Optical examination of the bone condition could facilitate...
Presentation
Nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers are crystallographic defects which provide diamonds with unique physical properties. The centers are known for their intensive, time-stable fluorescence, and an electron spin, which exhibits long coherence time and may be manipulated using external stimuli. Nanodiamonds containing the NV centers are promising tools in...
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The fused deposition modeling is one of the most rapidly developing 3D printing techniques, with numerous applications, also in the field of applied electrochemistry. Here, utilization of conductive polylactic acid (C-PLA) for 3D printouts is the most promising, due to its biodegradability, commercial availability, and ease of processing. To use C-...
Poster
A fluorescence intensity, a zeta potential, and a contact angle of a series of suspensions of nanodiamonds containing negative nitrogen-vacancy color centers has been thoroughly examined in the pH range of 1.00 to 13.00.
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Nitrogen-vacancy color centers in diamond are a very promising medium for many sensing applications such as magnetometry and thermometry. In this work, we study nanodiamonds deposited from a suspension onto glass substrates. Fluorescence and optically detected magnetic resonance spectra recorded with the dried-out nanodiamond ensembles are presente...
Conference Paper
Nitrogen-vacancy (N-V) centers are the most widely studied crystallographic defect in the diamond lattice since their presence causes strong and stable fluorescence. The negative charge state of the defect (NV-) is especially desired because of its potential for quantum information processing. In this study, fluorescent suspensions of diamond parti...
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Hydroxyapatite (HAp) has been attracting widespread interest in medical applications. In a form of coating, it enables to create a durable bond between an implant and surrounding bone tissues. With addition of silver nanoparticles HAp should also provide antibacterial activity. The aim of this research was to evaluate the composition of hydroxyapat...
Conference Paper
The main object of this research was to assess the ability to characterize the gold nanoparticles using optical modalities like optical coherence tomography. Since the nanoparticles, especially gold one, have been very attractive for medical diagnosis and treatment the amount of research activities have been growing rapidly. The nanoparticles desig...
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Bio-ceramics such as hydroxyapatite (HAp) are widely used materials in medical applications, especially as an interface between implants and living tissues. There are many ways of creating structures from HAp like electrochemical assisted deposition, biomimetic, electrophoresis, pulsed laser deposition or sol-gel processing. Our research is based o...

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