Lidia FIJAŁKOWSKA-LICHWA, Ph.D.

Lidia FIJAŁKOWSKA-LICHWA, Ph.D.

JOB PROFILE

Since 2007 professionally associated with the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology – more than ten years of experience, with success in research, cooperation with research centers and in obtaining financial funds for research. Initially as an Independent Technical Consultant, then at the position of Assistant, since October 2013 as Assistant Professor.

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

In Natural radioactive isotopes geochemistry

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

Faculty of Geoengineering, Mining and Geology

Institute of Mining Engineering

Division of Geology and Mineral Waters

since 2007 – 2012

 

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

Faculty of Civil Engineering

Chair of Geotechnics, Hydrotechnics, Underground Construction and Hydro-Engineering

since 2013 – present

 

TOPICS

Chemistry: Environmental chemistry, Radiochemistry

Physics: Geophysics

Geoscience: Geochemistry, Petrology

 

REFERENCES (selected)

Fijałkowska-Lichwa L., 2016, Extremely high radon activity concentration in two adits of the abandoned uranium mine ‘Podgórze’ in Kowary (Sudety Mts., Poland). Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, Vol. 165, 13–23.

Fijałkowska-Lichwa L., Przylibski T. A., 2016, First radon measurements and occupational exposure assessments in underground geodynamic laboratory the Polish Academy of Sciences Space Research Centre in Książ Castle (SW Poland). Vol. 165, 253-269.

Fijałkowska-Lichwa L., 2015, Estimation of radon risk exposure in selected underground workplaces in the Sudetes (southern Poland). Journal of Radiation Research and Applied Sciences, Vol. 8, No 3, 334-353.

Fijałkowska-Lichwa L., 2014, Short-term radon activity concentration changes along the Underground Educational Tourist Route in the Old Uranium Mine in Kletno (Sudety Mts., SW Poland). Journal of Environmental Radioactivity, Vol.135, 25-35.

Tadeusz Andrzej Przylibski, Agnieszka Wyłomańska, Radosław Zimroz, Lidia Fijałkowska-Lichwa, 2015, Application of spectral decomposition of 222Rn activity concentration signal series measured in Niedźwiedzia Cave to identification of mechanisms responsible for different time-period variations. Applied Radiation and Isotopes, Vol. 104, 74-86.

 

ACHIEVEMENTS

Manager of one project co-financed by the European Union under the European Social Fund

Manager of projects for young researchers co-financed by Ministry of Science and Higher Education

Organizer of 5 scientific conferences

Winner of the scholarship funded by the Wroclaw University of Science and Technology for the best students

3rd place winner in the competition for the best PhD candidate and young scientist at a conference in Saint Petersburg

2nd place winner in the competition for the best paper at the 10th Conference of PhD students and young scholars

Author and co-author of 10 scientific papers, 2 popular scientific papers and more than 14 papers published in conference materials and monographs

Independent accountant

 

EDUCATION

2012 – 2013 Wroclaw School of Banking, Postgraduate Studies ‘R&D Project Manager’

2007 – 2012 Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Geoengineering, Mining and Geology, Ph.D., discipline: Mining and Engineering Geology, specialty: Isotopes in the environment

2002 – 2007 Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Geoengineering, Mining and Geology, specialty: Earth resources management and environmental protection

1998 – 2002 II Secondary School in Legnica graduated, profile: Extended German language