Kamil Walczak, Ph.D.

1995-2006 Department of Physics Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland 
 2006-2008 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
 2008-2010 Electronics Science and Technology Division U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC 
 2011-2014 Aerospace Systems Directorate Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, OH 
 2012-2014 Department of Physics Wright State University, Dayton, OH 
 2014-2018 Department of Chemistry and Physical Sciences Pace University, New York, NY 
 2019- Department of Physics CUNY - Queens College, New York, NY 
Theoretical Physics, Nanoscale Physics, Quantum Transport Theory, Nanoelectronics, Nanotechnology
"Kamil Walczak"

Kamil Walczak is a Polish-born American theoretical physicist, nanotechnologist, educator, and team leader of a research group from New York City (“Big Apple"). He spent his childhood years in Ośno Lubuskie and educated himself mostly in Poland (graduated from Marie Skłodowska-Curie Elementary School in Ośno Lubuskie and Civil Engineering Technical High School in Poznań; holds Ph.D. in theoretical physics from Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań). He has extensive experience in conducting advanced research projects, performing high-fidelity simulations, and teaching concept-oriented as well as math-based courses in physics and engineering. In his spare time, he passionately enjoys reading and writing about science, being also involved in the promotion, editorial, and publishing ventures.

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Ryszard Tanaś research assistant 1996-2000 Adam Mickiewicz Univ.
Didier Mayou research assistant 2002-2003 CNRS, Grenoble
Tomasz Kostyrko grad student 2000-2005 Adam Mickiewicz Univ.
Gloria Platero post-doc 2005-2006 CSIC, Madrid
Avik Ghosh research scientist 2006-2008 UVA
Tom Reinecke research scientist 2008-2010 Naval Research Laboratory


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Yin Xiao Yang research assistant 2007-2008 UVA
Luke Shapiro research assistant 2015-2016 Pace Univ.
Rita Aghjayan research assistant 2014-2017 Pace Univ.
Arthur Luniewski research assistant 2014-2017 Pace Univ.
Joanna Dyrkacz research assistant 2015-2018 Pace Univ.
Erica Butts research assistant 2016-2018 Pace Univ.
Hunter Tonn research assistant 2017-2018 Pace Univ.
Omar Tsoutiev research assistant 2017-2018 Pace Univ.
Krzysztof Herbec grad student 2005-2006 Adam Mickiewicz Univ.
Wesley Jones grad student 2011-2012 Dayton Univ.
Eric Jackson grad student 2012-2013 Wright State
David Saroka grad student 2015-2017 Pace Univ.
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Walczak K, Saroka D. (2018) Tunneling of heat: Beyond linear response regime Physica E-Low-Dimensional Systems & Nanostructures. 96: 57-61
Lekawa-Raus A, Walczak K, Kozlowski G, et al. (2015) Resistance-Temperature Dependence in Carbon Nanotube Fibres: Supplementary Material Online Presentation. 1-5
Lekawa-Raus A, Walczak K, Kozlowski G, et al. (2015) Low temperature electrical transport in modified carbon nanotube fibres Scripta Materialia
Lekawa-Raus A, Walczak K, Kozlowski G, et al. (2015) Resistance-temperature dependence in carbon nanotube fibres Carbon. 84: 118-123
Walczak K, Yerkes KL. (2014) Nanoscale transport of phonons: Dimensionality, subdiffusion, molecular damping, and interference effects Journal of Applied Physics. 115: 174308
Walczak K, Reinecke TL. (2011) Scaling Rules for Telegraph Noise Ieee Transactions On Nanotechnology. 10: 1224-1230
Vasudevan S, Walczak K, Ghosh AW. (2010) Coupling optical and electrical gating for electronic readout of quantum dot dynamics Physical Review B. 82
Vasudevan S, Walczak K, Kapur N, et al. (2008) Modeling electrostatic and quantum detection of molecules Ieee Sensors Journal. 8: 857-862
Walczak K. (2007) Thermoelectric properties of vibrating molecule asymmetrically connected to the electrodes Physica B-Condensed Matter. 392: 173-179
Walczak K. (2007) Vibrational features in inelastic electron tunneling spectra Chemical Physics. 333: 63-68
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