Kasia is from Radom, Poland. She received both Bachelor and Master degrees as the best student from the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology. As a curiosity driven individual, she was involved in a broad range of extracurricular projects with various laboratory groups within the Faculty, as well as at research and industry-focused institutions. Her MSc project focused on the process simulation in obtaining calcium carbonate nanoparticles, which laid the foundation for her to pursue a doctoral project at nano and molecular scales.
As part of the Molecular Migration project, Kasia investigates the lateral migration of small molecules in complex matrix using a range of physical techniques such as Atomic Force Microscopy, Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching, and Dynamic Vapour Sorption. She is one of the few AFM gurus in the group.