Klaudia Nowacka, MEng

University Degree:

Master of Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

Position at ICTER:

PhD student

Research Areas:

optical coherence tomography, dynamic light scattering, optical singularities

Researcher's ORCID Id: 0000-0002-7591-470X

Klaudia Nowacka is a PhD student at ICTER. She holds an MEng degree in Optical Engineering and Photonics from Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, where her thesis on composite vortex pattern generation through spatial light modulators demonstrated her expertise in the field.

Klaudia joined the Singular Optics Group under the supervision of Prof. Jan Masajada, where she was able to advance her knowledge and skills in optical setup designing. Her work with Prof. Ireneusz Grulkowski during an internship at Nicolaus Copernicus University has further enhanced her proficiency in structured light and wavefront correction. This expertise is evident in her development of switchable optical vector beam microscopy for high-resolution biomedical imaging.

At ICTER, Klaudia is committed to improving OCT imaging resolution through dynamic light scatterers. She is also a member of the pi-NIRS project, aimed at understanding the optical and dynamical properties of the brain tissue and neurovascular coupling, under the supervision of Dr. Dawid Borycki. In addition, Klaudia has broadened her skill set to include social media marketing and content creation and actively engages in ICTER’s PR and promotion actions.

In her spare time, Klaudia embraces a well-rounded lifestyle that encompasses her passions for knowledge, personal growth, and physical activity. She is an avid reader and enthusiast of psychology, neuroscience, and self-development. Her love for the outdoors is reflected in her enjoyment of hiking and traveling.