Magdalena Stobińska, the coordinator of the “AppQInfo” project, leads the “QCAT” Research Group split between the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics as well as the Faculty of Physics, the University of Warsaw. Her research interests cover: quantum technologies, quantum optics, quantum information as well as condensed matter, especially quantum nano-optics, graphene and other two-dimensional nanomaterials.
Magdalena Stobińska graduated from the Faculty of Physics, the University of Warsaw. In 2008 she received an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship in the Max Planck Research Group in Erlangen (Germany) and next, between 2008 and 2012, she was employed in the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light and the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg . From January till April 2017 she stayed as a visiting professor in the Clarendon Laboratory, the University of Oxford.
Prof. Stobińska has been the Principal Investigator of several research projects: the Foundation for Polish Science “Homing Plus” (EU Operational Programme “Innovative Economy”, 2012-2015), the National Science Centre “Harmony” (2012-2017), individual Marie Curie Career Integration Grant (7th EU Framework Programme, 2012-2016) co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW), as well as the MNiSW “Iuventus Plus” grant for young researchers (2015-2017). Currently, she leads the “First Team” project of the Foundation for Polish Science (EU Operational Programme “Intelligent Development”, 2017-2020) as well as the National Science Center’s “Sonata Bis” project.