Michał Struzik, Phd

Assistant Professor/
Head of Energy Storage and Conversion Department


Graduate of Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology. In 2012 defended his doctoral dissertation at the Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, concerning the structural impact on ionic transport in fluorites. Between 2012 and 2014 worked at Institute of Power Engineering, successively as engineer, assistant and assistant professor. His work was focused on development of semipermeable membranes for gas separation as well as development of solid-oxide fuel cell stacks. Between 2014 and 2017 worked as post-doc and junior group leader at ETH Zurich, developing novel technology of thin film solid-state lithium ion batteries and potentiometric sensors for gas detection. In 2017 continued his research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Since 2018 assistant professor at Warsaw University of Technology, associated with CEZAMAT since 2021.

Research area

  • Novel oxide materials for electrochemical applications
  • Structural and electrical characterization of novel oxides
  • Thin film technology (PLD)

Selected Publications

  • R. Pfenninger, M. Struzik, I. Garbayo, E. Stilp, J.L.M. Rupp, A low ride on processing temperature for fast lithium conduction in garnet solid-state battery films, Nature Energy volume 4, pages 475–483 (2019)
  • M. Struzik, I. Garbayo, R. Pfenninger, J.L.M. Rupp, Simple and Efficient Carbon Dioxide Sensing of Li7La3Zr2O12 for Environmental Monitoring, Advanced Materials, 2018, vol. 30, Article number:1804098
  • I. Garbayo, M. Struzik, W.J. Bowman, R. Pfenninger, E. Stilp, J.L.M. Rupp, Glass-Type Polyamorphism in Li-Garnet Thin Film Solid State Battery Conductors, w druku, Advanced Energy Materials (2017)
  • M. Struzik, M. Malys, M. Krynski, M. Wojcik, J.R. Dygas, W. Wrobel, F. Krok, I. Abrahams, Structural and electrical behaviour in Bi14YO22.5, RSC Advances, 5, 83471 (2015)
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