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prof. dr hab. Marek Polasik

 

Personal data

Date of birth February 21, 1951, Pasłęk, Poland
Address Nicolaus Copernicus University, Faculty of Chemistry
Atomic Spectroscopy Department
7, Gagarin St., 87-100 Toruń, Poland
Phone (+48) 56-6114305
E-mail mpolasik@uni.torun.pl

Research topics

In general – theoretical chemistry and physics. In particular:

  • theoretical studies of the structure of satellites, hypersatellites and satellites of the hypersatellite lines in the K, L and M X-ray spectra of various atoms,
  • interpretation of the high-resolution L and M X-ray spectra accompanying the multiple ionization of heavy target atoms in collisions with fast ions,
  • interpretation of the K X-ray spectra accompanying the ionization of low-density silicon aerogel targets in swift collision processes,
  • studies of influence of changes in the valence electronic configuration on the structure of K, L and M X-ray spectra of d and f atoms,
  • study of the equilibrium K-, L- and M-shell ionizations and charge state distribution of sulphur projectiles passing through solid targets,
  • theoretical studies of the K-shell hypersatellite linewidths and lifetimes of double K-shell ionized states,
  • investigations of shake processes resulting from single and double photoionization and nuclear decays,
  • theoretical studies of the double K-shell photoionization mechanisms,
  • analysis of high-temperature plasma (occurring inside tokamak-type reactors) parameters by x-ray diagnostics based on L and M X-ray spectra of high-ionized tungsten atoms,
  • designing the optimal conditions for the first experimental observation of the nuclear excitation by the atomic electron capture for the nuclear isomers.

Degrees and education

1974 M.Sc., Nicolaus Copernicus University
1985 Ph.D., Nicolaus Copernicus University (Ph.D. thesis won the Ministry of Education Award)
1999 Habilitation (D.Sc.), Andrzej Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies
2003 Associate Professor, Nicolaus Copernicus University
2012 Title: Full Professor of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University

Professional employment

1974-1978 Assistant, Nicolaus Copernicus University
1978-1986 Senior Assistant, Nicolaus Copernicus University
1986-2003 Assistant Professor, Nicolaus Copernicus University
2003-2015 Associate Professor, Nicolaus Copernicus University
since 2015 Full Professor of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University

Publications

112 papers published in peer-review journals (status on July 2017).

  1. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Convergence patterns of the configuration interaction expansion for excited 21S and 31S states of the helium atom”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 10, 1231-1239 (1977).
  2. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, ” Application of a modified interelectronic potential to the calculation of the energy of some helium S states”, Acta Phys. Polon. A 53, 123-129 (1978).
  3. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Pair correlation energies for the 3d shell”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 12, 345-353 (1979).
  4. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Electron pair correlation energies for Zn2+ Int. J. Quantum Chem. 16, 65-70 (1979).
  5. P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, K. Jankowski, “Accurate second-order correlation energies of He and Be“, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 12, 2965-2969 (1979).
  6. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Second-order correlation energies of Mg and Ar“, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 12, 3157-3170 (1979).
  7. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Second-order correlation energies for F, Na+, Mg2+ and Ar8+: Z-dependence of irreducible pair energies”, Phys. Rev. A 22, 51-60 (1980).
  8. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Transferability of the partial-wave increments to the second-order pair correlation energies for atoms”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 13, 3909-3919 (1980).
  9. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Second-order electron correlation energies for Zn2+ and Zn“, J. Chem. Phys. 76, 448-457 (1982).
  10. K. Jankowski, M. Polasik, “An approximate method for the evaluation of electron correlation effects on atomic energy differences”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 17, 2393-2411 (1984).
  11. K. Jankowski, M. Polasik, “Differential correlation effects for states of the 3dn and 3dn4sm configurations: I. The copper and zinc atom s and their ions”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 18, 2133-2146 (1985).
  12. K. Jankowski, M. Polasik, “Differential correlation effects for states of the 3dn and 3dn4sm configurations: II. A complete study of the energy splittings for the nickel atom”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys. 18, 4383-4391 (1985).
  13. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Second-order electron correlation energies for some 3d10 and 3d104s2 ions”, J. Chem. Phys. 82, 841-848 (1985).
  14. K. Jankowski, P. Malinowski, M. Polasik, “Accurate second-order correlation energies for Ca and Mg-like systems”, Acta Phys. Polon. A 74, 207-221 (1988).
  15. M. Polasik, “Theoretical multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock method study on the x-ray spectra of multiply ionized heavy atoms: The structure of the KαLn lines” , Phys. Rev. A 39, 616-627 (1989).
  16. M. Polasik, “Theoretical simulation of the x-ray spectra of multiply ionized heavy atoms: The K,Ln spectra of molybdenum” , Phys. Rev. A 39, 5092-5097 (1989).
  17. M. Polasik, “Theoretical multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock method study on the x-ray spectra of multiply ionized heavy atoms: The structure of the KαL0r lines”, Phys. Rev. A 40, 4361-4368 (1989).
  18. K. Jankowski and M. Polasik, “On the calculation of Kß/Kα x -ray intensity ratios”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 22, 2369-2376 (1989).
  19. M. Polasik, “Theoretical multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock method study on the x-ray spectra of multiply ionized heavy atoms: The structure of the KαL1r satellite lines”, Phys. Rev. A 41, 3689-3697 (1990).
  20. M.W. Carlen, M. Polasik, B. Boschung, J.-Cl. Dousse, M. Gasser, Z. Halabuka, J. Hoszowska, J. Kern, B. Perny, Ch. Rheme, P. Rymuza, and Z. Sujkowski, “M– and L-shell ionization in near-central collisions of 5.5-MeV/amu 16O ions with Mo atoms deduced from theoretical analysis of high-resolution K x-ray spectra”, Phys. Rev. A 46, 3893-3903 (1992).
  21. M.W. Carlen, B. Boschung, J.-Cl. Dousse, Z. Halabuka, J. Hoszowska, J. Kern, Ch. Rheme, M. Polasik, P. Rymuza, and Z. Sujkowski, “M-shell ionization resulting from near-central collisions of mid-Z atoms with 5.5-MeV/amu oxygen ions”, Phys. Rev. A 49, 2524-2534 (1994).
  22. B. Boschung, J.-Cl. Dousse, B. Galley, Ch. Herren, J. Hoszowska, J. Kern, Z. Halabuka, T .Ludziejewski, P. Rymuza, Z. Sujkowski, and M. Polasik, “ hypersatellites of mid-heavy atoms induced by 100 MeV He ions”, Phys. Rev. A 51, 3650-3659 (1995).
  23. M. Polasik, “Systematic multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock method study of the x-ray spectra accompanying the ionization in collision processes”, Phys. Rev. A 52, 227-235 (1995).
  24. T. Ludziejewski, P. Rymuza, Z. Sujkowski, B. Boschung, J.-Cl. Dousse, B. Galley, Z. Halabuka, Ch. Herren, J. Hoszowska, J. Kern, Ch. Rheme, and M. Polasik, “High-resolution study of the 2 x-ray spectra induced by proton and photon impact on Zr, Mo, Pd targets”, Phys. Rev. A 52, 2791-2803 (1995).
  25. T. Ludziejewski, P. Rymuza, Z. Sujkowski, G. Borchert, J.-Cl. Dousse, Ch. Rheme, and M. Polasik, “Electron-impact-induced K plus M shell ionization in solid targets of medium-Z elements studied by means of high-resolution x-ray spectroscopy”, Phys. Rev. A 54, 232-240 (1996).
  26. B.B. Dhal, H.C. Padhi, K.G. Prasad, P.N. Tandon, and M. Polasik, “X-ray emission studies from highly ionized swift projectiles passing through thin carbon foil”, Physica Scripta T 73, 230-232 (1997).
  27. P. Rymuza, D. Chmielewska, T. Ludziejewski, Z. Sujkowski, D. Castella, D. Corminboeuf, J.-Cl. Dousse, B. Galley, Ch. Herren, J. Hoszowska, J. Kern, M. Polasik, and M. Pajek, “High resolution study of  hypersatellites spectrum of 42Mo atoms induced by 17 MeV/u 16O beam”, AIP Press, New York, CP 392, 109-111 (1997).
  28. Ch. Herren, B. Boschung, J.-Cl. Dousse, B. Galley, J. Hoszowska, Ch. Rheme, M. Polasik, T. Ludziejewski, P. Rymuza, and Z. Sujkowski, “Probabilities for M-shell ionization in intermediate-velocity collisions of medium-mass atoms with 4He2+ ions”, Phys. Rev. A 57, 235-245 (1998).
  29. B.B. Dhal, H.C. Padhi, K.G. Prasad, P.N. Tandon, and M. Polasik, “Study of x-ray and L-REC photon emissions from highly ionized swift 75As and 80Se projectiles passing through a thin carbon foil”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 31, 1225-1236 (1998).
  30. M. Polasik, “Influence of changes in the valence electronic configuration on the Kß-to-Kα x-ray intensity ratios of the 3d transition metals”, Phys. Rev. A 58, 1840-1845 (1998).
  31. S. Raj, B.B. Dhal, H.C. Padhi and M. Polasik, “Influence of solid-state effects on the Kß-to-Kα x-ray intensity ratios of Ni and Cu in various silicide compounds”, Phys. Rev. B 58, 9025-9029 (1998).
  32. S. Raj, H.C. Padhi, and M. Polasik, ” “Influence of chemical effect on the Kß-to-Kα X-ray intensity ratios of Ti, V, Cr, and Fe in TiC, VC, CrB, CrB2 and FeB Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 145, 485-491 (1998).
  33. S. Raj, H. C. Padhi, M. Polasik, and D. K. Basa, “Charge transfer studies in V3Si, Cr3Si and FeSi”, Solid State Commun. 110, 275-279 (1999).
  34. S. Raj, H. C. Padhi, D. K. Basa, M. Polasik, and F. Pawłowski, “Kß-to-Kα x-ray-intensity-ratio study of the changes of valance electronic structures of Ti, V; Cr, and Co in their disilicide compounds”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 152, 417-424 (1999).
  35. S. Raj, H.C. Padhi, and M. Polasik, “Influence of alloying effect on Kß-to-Kα X-ray intensity ratios of V and Ni in VNi1-x alloys” , Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 155, 143-152 (1999).
  36. M. Polasik, S. Raj, B.B. Dhal, H.C. Padhi, A.K. Saha, M.B. Kurup, K.G. Prasad, and P.N. Tandon, “Simultaneous L– and M-shell ionization of a 80Se target deduced from the analysis of energy shifts and relative intensities of K x-ray lines induced by various projectiles”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 32, 3711-3725 (1999).
  37. J. Rzadkiewicz, D. Chmielewska, T. Ludziejewski, P. Rymuza, Z. Sujkowski, D. Castella, D. Corminboeuf, J.-Cl. Dousse, B. Galley, Ch. Herren, J. Hoszowska, J. Kern, M. Polasik, and M. Pajek, “He-Iike hole states in mid-Z atoms studied by high-resolution K X-ray spectroscopy”, Phys. Lett. A 264, 186-191 (1999).
  38. O. Mauron, J.-Cl. Dousse, J. Hoszowska, J. P. Marques, F. Parente, and M. Polasik, “L-shell shake processes resulting from 1s photoionization in elements “11≤Z≤17”, Phys. Rev. A 62, 062508-1-11 (2000).
  39. S. Raj, H.C. Padhi, and M. Polasik, “Influence of chemical effect on the Kß-to-Kα x-ray intensity ratios of Cr, Mn and Co in CrSe, MnSe, MnS and CoS”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 160, 443-448 (2000).
  40. S. Raj, H. C. Padhi, M. Polasik, F. Pawłowski, and D. K. Basa, “Valence electronic structure of Fe and Ni in FeNi1-x alloys from relative K x-ray intensity studies”, Solid State Commun. 116, 563-567 (2000).
  41. F. Pawłowski, M. Polasik, S. Raj, and H. C. Padhi, “Kß-to-Kα” x-ray intensity ratio studies on the valence electronic states of 3d-transition metals in some of their compounds, Acta Phys. Polon. B 31, 495-499 (2000).
  42. J. Rzadkiewicz, D. Chmielewska, T. Ludziejewski, P. Rymuza, Z. Sujkowski, D. Castella, D. Corminboeuf, J.-Cl. Dousse, B. Galley, Ch. Herren, J. Hoszowska, J. Kern, M. Polasik, and M. Pajek, “Double K-shell ionization in collisions of fast ions with mid-Z atoms”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 31, 501-505 (2000).
  43. K. Słabkowska, F. Pawłowski, and M. Polasik, “Effect of L– and M-shell ionization on the K x-ray spectra parameters of sulphur”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 31, 507-510 (2000).
  44. U. Majewska, J. Braziewicz, D. Banaś, M. Jaskóła, T. Czyżewski, W. Kretschmer, K. Słabkowska, F. Pawłowski, and M. Polasik, “Interpretation of K x-ray spectra from highly ionized sulphur projectiles passing through thin carbon foils”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 31, 511-516 (2000).
  45. S. Raj, H. C. Padhi, P. Rayachaudhury, A. K. Nigam, R. Pinto, M. Polasik, and F. Pawłowski, “Valence electronic structure of Mn in undoped and doped lanthanum manganites from relative K X-ray intensity studies “, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 174, 344-350 (2001).
  46. M. Pajek, D. Banaś, D. Castella, D. Corminboeuf, J.-Cl. Dousse, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, P.A. Raboud, D. Chmielewska, I. Fijał, M. Jaskóła, A. Korman, T. Ludziejewski, J. Rzadkiewicz, Z. Sujkowski, J. Hoszowska, M. Polasik, and T. Mukoyama, “High-resolution measurements of Th and U L-x-rays induced by energetic O ions”, Physica Scripta T 92, 382-384 (2001).
  47. S. Raj, H. C. Padhi, M. Polasik, F. Pawłowski, and D. K. Basa, “Kß-to-Kα x-ray intensity ratio studies on the valence electronic structure of Fe and Ni in FeNi1-x alloys”, Phys. Rev. B 63, 073109-1-4 (2001).
  48. V.L. Kravchuk, A.M. van den Berg, F. Fleurot, M.A. de Huu, H. Lohner, H.W. Wilschut, M. Polasik, M. Lewandowska-Robak, K. Słabkowska, K– and L-shell ionization of heavy targets by various 20 and 80 MeV/u projectiles”, Phys. Rev. A 64, 062710-1-6 (2001).
  49. J. Rzadkiewicz, D. Chmielewska, Z. Sujkowski, M. Berset, J.-Cl. Dousse, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, P.-A. Raboud, J. Hoszowska, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, and M. Pajek, “Effect of L– and M-subshell ionization on the K x-ray Diagram and hypersatellite lines of cadmium”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 33, 415-424 (2002).
  50. U. Majewska, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, J. Braziewicz, D. Banaś, S. Chojnacki, T. Czyżewski, I. Fijał, M. Jaskóła, and A. Korman, “Configurations of highly ionized fast sulphur projectiles passing through a carbon foil evaluated from low resolution x-ray spectra”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 35, 1941-1957 (2002).
  51. S. Raj, H.C. Padhi, P. Palit, D.K. Basa, M. Polasik and F. Pawłowski, “Relative K x-ray studies of the valence electronic structure of 3d metals”, Phys. Rev. B 65, 193105-1-4 (2002).
  52. P.-A. Raboud, M. Berset, J.-Cl. Dousse, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, J. Hoszowska, M. Polasik, and J. Rzadkiewicz, “Energy dependent KL double photoexcitation of argon”, Phys. Rev. A 65, 062503-1-8 (2002).
  53. Basa DK, Raj S, Padhi HC, M. Polasik and F. Pawłowski, “Studies on the valence electronic structure of Fe and Ni in FexNi1-x alloys”, PRAMANA-J PHYS 58, 783-786 (2002).
  54. F. Pawłowski, M. Polasik, S. Raj, H. C. Padhi, and D. K. Basa, “Valence electronic structure of Ti, Cr, Fe and Co in some alloys from Kß-to-Kα x- ray intensity ratio studies”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 195, 367-373 (2002).
  55. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, and M. Janowicz, “Scattering of sulphur ions by carbon – classical-trajectory Monte Carlo results”, Phys. Rev. A 67, 012713-1-10 (2003).
  56. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, “Effect of L- and M-shell ionization on the shapes and parameters of the K x-ray spectra of sulphur”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 205, 123-127 (2003).
  57. J. Rzadkiewicz, D. Chmielewska, A. Gójska, Z. Sujkowski, M. Berset, J-Cl. Dousse, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, P.-A. Raboud, M. Polasik, J. Hoszowska, M. Pajek, “M-subshell ionization in near-central collisions of 20-MeV/amu carbon ions with molybdenum atoms”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 205, 128-132 (2003).
  58. M.Czarnota, M. Pajek, D. Banaś, D. Chmielewska, J. Rzadkiewicz, Z. Sujkowski, J.-Cl. Dousse, M. Berset, O. Mauron, Y.-P. Maillard, P.A. Raboud, J. Hoszowska, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska , “Observation of L-X-ray satellites and hypersatellites in collisions of O and Ne ions with Mo and Pd”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 205, 133-138 (2003).
  59. U. Majewska, J. Braziewicz, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, I. Fijał, M. Jaskóła, A. Korman, S. Chojnacki, W. Kretschmer, “Highly excited states of sulphur projectiles inside a carbon target”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 205, 799-807 (2003).
  60. M. Czarnota, M. Pajek, D. Banaś, J.-Cl. Dousse, M. Berset, O. Mauron, Y.-P. Maillard, P.A. Raboud, D. Chmielewska, J. Rzadkiewicz, Z. Sujkowski, J. Hoszowska, M. Polasik, and K. Słabkowska, “The study of Th M-X-ray satellites and hypersatellites induced by energetic O and Ne ions”, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 68, 121-125 (2003).
  61. J. Rzadkiewicz, D. Chmielewska, Z. Sujkowski, J.-Cl. Dousse, D. Castella, D. Corminboeuf, J. Hoszowska, P.A. Raboud, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, and M. Pajek, “High-resolution study of the 2 x-ray spectra of mid-Z atoms bombarded with 20 MeV/amu 12C ions”, Phys. Rev. A 68, 032713-1-14 (2003).
  62. J. Braziewicz, U. Majewska, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik , I. Fijał, M. Jaskóła, A. Korman, W. Czarnacki, S. Chojnacki, and W. Kretschmer, “Dynamics of formation of K-hole fractions of sulphur projectiles inside a carbon foil”, Phys. Rev. A 69, 0627105-1-10 (2004).
  63. M. Polasik and M. Lewandowska-Robak, “Structure of various KL1 x-ray satellite lines of heavy atoms”, Phys. Rev. A 70, 052502-1-15 (2004).
  64. J. Rzadkiewicz, D. Chmielewska, A. Gójska, Z. Sujkowski, M. Berset, J-Cl. Dousse, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, P.-A. Raboud, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, J. Hoszowska, M. Pajek, “Natural widths of hypersatellite K X-ray spectra and lifetimes of double K-hole states in mid-Z atoms,” Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 235, 110-115 (2005).
  65. M. Lewandowska-Robak, M. Polasik, “Dirac-Fock method study on the structure and shapes of various KL1 X-ray satellite lines of terbium and tantalum”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 235, 235-239 (2005).
  66. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, J. Rzadkiewicz, “Systematic Dirac-Fock method study of the x-ray spectra accompanying the ionization in collision processes: The structure of the Kß2L0Mr lines”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 235, 240-244 (2005).
  67. M. Janowicz, K. Słabkowska, P. Matuszak, M. Polasik, “Semi-classical approaches to ion-atom scattering”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 235, 337-341 (2005).
  68. J. Braziewicz, U. Majewska, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, I. Fijal, M. Jaskóła, A. Korman, S. Chojancki, W. Kretschmer , “Sulphur ion charge states inside solids from low resolution K X-ray spectra”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. B 235, 403-407 (2005).
  69. M. Polasik, M. Lewandowska-Robak, “Comparison of the structure of various KL01 and KL10 x-ray satellite lines of lead”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 38, 2407-2425 (2005).
  70. M. Polasik, M. Lewandowska-Robak, “Possibility of extraction of various KL0M1 and KL1M0 satellite lines in the x-ray spectra of medium-Z and heavy atoms”, J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 39, 1169-1186 (2006).
  71. M. Czarnota, M. Pajek, D. Banaś, J.-Cl. Dousse, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, P.A. Raboud, M. Berset, D. Chmielewska, J. Rzadkiewicz, Z. Sujkowski, J. Hoszowska, K. Słabkowska, and M. Polasik, “Multiple ionization effects in x-ray emission induced by heavy ions”, Braz. J. Phys. 36, 546-549 (2006).
  72. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, “Structure of L-X-ray satellite and hypersatellite lines of palladium”, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 75, 1471–1476 (2006).
  73. M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, “Structure of M-X-ray satellite and hypersatellite lines of thorium”, Radiat. Phys. Chem. 75, 1497–1502 (2006).
  74. M. Lewandowska-Robak and M. Polasik, “Theoretical shapes of K x-ray spectra for lead as predicted by MCDF calculations”, X-Ray Spectrom. 36, 66–71 (2007).
  75. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, “Theoretical multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock method study on the structure of L-X-ray satellite and hypersatellite lines of zirconium”, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 58, 263-266 (2007).
  76. M. Czarnota, M. Pajek, D. Banaś, J-Cl. Dousse, Y-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, P.A. Raboud, M. Berset, J. Hoszowska, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, D. Chmielewska, J. Rzadkiewicz, and Z. Sujkowski, “Vacancy rearrangement processes in multiply ionized atoms”, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 58, 295-298 (2007).
  77. J. Rzadkiewicz, O. Rosmej, A. Blazevic, V.P. Efremov, A. Gójska, D.H.H. Hoffmann, S. Korostiy, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, and A. E. Volkov, “Studies of the Kα x-ray spectra of low-density SiO2 aerogel induced by Ca projectiles for different penetration depths”, High Energy Density Physics 3, 233-236 (2007).
  78. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, “Systematic multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock method study of the K-X-ray spectra of silicon”, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 163, 012040 (2009).
  79. P Matuszak, K. Kozioł, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, “Theoretical predictions of the structure of M-X-ray lines of heavy atoms, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 163, 012049 (2009).
  80. M. Polasik, K. Kozioł, K. Słabkowska, M. Czarnota, M. Pajek, “Influence of changes in the valence electronic configuration on the structure of L-X-ray spectra of molybdenum”, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 163, 012050 (2009).
  81. M. Czarnota, D. Banaś, M. Breset, D. Chmielewska, J.-Cl. Dousse, J. Hoszowska, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, M. Pajek, M. Polasik, P. A. Raboud, J. Rzadkiewicz, K. Słabkowska, Z. Sujkowski, “High-resolution X-ray study of the multiple ionization of Pd atoms by fast oxygen ions”, Eur. Phys. J. D 57, 321–324 (2010).
  82. M. Czarnota, D. Banaś, M. Breset, D. Chmielewska, J.-Cl. Dousse, J. Hoszowska, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, M. Pajek, M. Polasik, P.A. Raboud, J. Rzadkiewicz, K. Słabkowska, and Z. Sujkowski, “Observation of internal structure of the L-shell x-ray hypersatellites for palladium atoms multiply ionized by fast oxygen ions”, Phys. Rev. A 81, 064702-1-4 (2010).
  83. J. Rzadkiewicz, A. Gojska, O. Rosmej, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, “Interpretation of the Si  x-ray spectra accompanying the stopping of swift Ca ions in low density SiO2aerogel”, Phys. Rev. A 82, 012703-1-14 (2010).
  84. J. Braziewicz, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, U. Majewska, D. Banaś, M. Jaskóła, A. Korman, K. Kozioł, W. Kretschmer, “Equilibrium K-, L- and M-shell ionizations and charge state distribution of sulphur projectiles passing through solid targets”, Phys. Rev. A 82, 022709-1-14 (2010).
  85. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, J. Braziewicz, K. Kozioł, D. Banaś, M. Jaskóła, A. Korman, W. Kretschme, “Equilibrium degree of K-, L- and M-shell ionizations of sulfur projectiles passing through solid target”, Phys. Scr. T143, 014018-1-3 (2011).
  86. M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, K. Kozioł, J. Starosta, J-Cl. Dousse, J. Hoszowska, J. Rzadkiewicz, “Lifetimes of doubly K-shell ionized states”, Phys. Scr. 143, 014021-1-3 (2011).
  87. M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, J. Rzadkiewicz, K. Kozioł, J. Starosta, E. Wiatrowska-Kozioł, J.-Cl. Dousse, J. Hoszowska, “Khα 1,2 X-ray Hypersatellite Line Broadening as a Signature of K-Shell Double Photoionization Followed by Outer-Shell Ionization and Excitation”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 107, 073001-1-5 (2011).
  88. N. R. Pereira, B. V. Weber, D. Phipps, J. W. Schumer, J. F. Seely, J. J. Carroll, J. R. VanHoy, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, “≈10 eV ionization shift in Ir Kα2 from a near-coincident Lu K-edge”, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 83, 10E110 (2012).
  89. N. R. Pereira, B. V. Weber, D. G. Phipps, J. W. Schumer, J. F. Seely, J. J. Carroll, J. R. Vanhoy, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, “Near-coincident K-line and K-edge energies as ionization diagnostics for some high atomic number plasmas”, Phys. Plasmas 19, 102705 (2012).
  90. J. F. Seely, B. V. Weber, D. G. Phipps, N. R. Pereira, D. Mosher, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, J. Starosta, J. Rzadkiewicz, S. Hansen, U. Feldman, L. T. Hudson, J. W. Schumer, “Tungsten L transition line shapes and energy shifts resulting from ionization in warm dense matter” High Energy Density Phys. 9, 354-362 (2013).
  91. N.R. Pereira, B.V. Weber, D.G. Phipps, J.W. Schumer, J.F. Seely, J.J. Carroll, J.R. Vanhoy, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, E. Szymańska, J. Rzadkiewicz, “High-resolution (~0.05%) red shift of a ~60 keV  line upon ionization”, High Energy Density Phys. 9, 500-504 (2013).
  92. J. Starosta, M. Polasik, K.Słabkowska, “Theoretical structures of the satellite and hypersatellite M-x-ray lines of uranium”, Phys. Scr. T156, 014021 (2013).
  93. J. Rzadkiewicz, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, J. Starosta, E. Szymańska, K. Kozioł, M. Scholz, N.R. Pereira, “Influence of multiple outer-shell electron stripping on the  and energies of iridium”, Phys. Scr. T156, 014083 (2013).
  94. M. Czarnota, D. Banaś, M. Berset, D. Chmielewska, J.-Cl. Dousse, J. Hoszowska, Y.-P. Maillard, O. Mauron, M. Pajek, M. Polasik, P. A. Raboud, J. Rzadkiewicz, K. Słabkowska, Z. Sujkowski, “Satellite and hypersatellite structures of 1,2 and 1 x-ray transitions in mid-Z atoms multiply ionized by fast oxygen ions”, Phys. Rev. A 88, 052505 (2013).
  95. K. Słabkowska, E. Szymańska, M. Polasik, N. R. Pereira, J. Rzadkiewicz, J. F. Seely, B. V. Weber, J. W. Schumer, “Ionization energy shift of characteristic K x-ray lines from high-Z materials for plasma diagnostics”, Physics of Plasmas 21, 031216 (2014).
  96. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, E. Szymańska, J. Starosta, Ł. Syrocki, J. Rzadkiewicz, N. R. Pereira, “Modeling of the L and M x-ray line structures for tungsten in high-temperature tokamak plasmas “, Physica Scripta T161, 014015 (2014).
  97. K. Słabkowska, E. Szymańska, J. Starosta, M. Polasik, N. R. Pereira, J. Rzadkiewicz, M. Kubkowska, A. Czarnecka, “Diagnostics of plasma based on K, L and M x-ray line positions”, Physica Scripta T161, 014033 (2014).
  98. K. Słabkowska, J. Rzadkiewicz, E. Szymańska, Ł. Syrocki, M. Polasik, N. R. Pereira, “Energy shifts of K- and L-lines as spectroscopic diagnostic of Z-pinch plasmas”, AIP Conference Proceedings 1639, 47 (2014).
  99. K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, Ł. Syrocki, E Szymańska, J. Rzadkiewicz, N. R. Pereira, “Modeling of the M X-ray line structures for tungsten and L X-ray line structures for molybdenum”, Journal of Physics: Conference Series 583, 012031 (2015).
  100. K. Słabkowska, E. Szymańska, N. R. Pereira, Ł. Syrocki, J. Rzadkiewicz, M. Polasik, “K x-ray line energies as diagnostics of warm dense plasma”, High Energy Density Physics 14, 30-32 (2015).
  101. K. Słabkowska, Ł. Syrocki, E. Szymańska, J. Rzadkiewicz, G. Pestka, M. Polasik, “Modeling of the K and L x-ray line structures for molybdenum ions in warm dense Z-pinch plasma”, High Energy Density Physics 14, 44-46 (2015).
  102. K. Słabkowska, E. Szymańska, Ł. Syrocki, J. Rzadkiewicz, M. Polasik, “The K x-ray line structures for a warm dense copper plasma”, High Energy Density Physics 15, 8-11 (2015).
  103. K. Słabkowska, J. Rzadkiewicz, Ł. Syrocki, E. Szymańska, A. Shumack, M. Polasik, N. R. Pereira, and JET contributors, “On the interpretation of high-resolution x-ray spectra from JET with an ITER-like wall”, Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical 48, 144028-1-7 (2015).
  104. E. Szymańska, Ł. Syrocki, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, J. Rzadkiewicz, “The K x-ray line structures of the 3d-transition metals in warm dense plasma”, High Energy Density Physics 20, 29-33 (2016).
  105. Ł. Syrocki, E. Szymańska, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, G. Pestka, “Modeling of the soft X-ray tungsten spectra expected to be registered by GEM detection system for WEST”, Nukleonika 61, 433-436 (2016).
  106. E. Szymańska, Ł. Syrocki, K. Słabkowska, M. Polasik, “Diagnostics of plasma parameters based on the K x-ray line positions for various 4d and 4f metals”, Nukleonika 61, 437-441 (2016).
  107. Y. Ito, T. Tochio, H. Ohashi, M. Yamashita, S. Fukushima, M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, Ł. Syrocki, E. Szymańska, J. Rzadkiewicz, P. Indelicato, J.P. Marques, M.C. Martins, J.P. Santos, F. Parente, “The Kα1,2 X-ray line widths, asymmetry indices, and [KM] shake probabilities in elements Ca to Ge with theoretical considerations of shake processes in Ca, Ti, and Ge”, Physical Review A 94, 042506 (2016).
  108. M. Polasik, K. Słabkowska, J. J. Carroll, C. J. Chiara, Ł. Syrocki, E. Węder, J. Rzadkiewicz, “Resonance conditions for 93mMo isomer depletion via nuclear excitation by electron capture in a beam-based scenario”, Physical Review C 95, 034312 (2017).
  109. K. Słabkowska, J. Starosta, E. Węder, Ł. Syrocki, M. Polasik, “Unraveling the origin of the complex structure of the thorium Lγ x-ray lines in high-resolution spectra induced by heavy projectiles”, Physical Review A 96, 012506 (2017).
  110. Ł. Syrocki, K. Słabkowska, E. Węder, J. Starosta-Sztuczka, M. Polasik, “Modeling of soft N, M and L X-ray lines from tungsten relevant to plasma parameters in the WEST tokamak”, Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B 408, 265-270 (2017).
  111. K. Słabkowska, Ł. Syrocki, E. Węder, M. Polasik, “Individual contributions of M X-ray line from Cu- and Co-like tungsten ions and L X-ray line from Ne-like molybdenum ions – Benchmarks for new approach to determine the high-temperature tokamak plasma parameters”, Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B 408, 257-264 (2017).
  112. N.R. Pereira, B.V. Weber, J.F. Seely, E.Węder, K. Słabkowska, Ł. Syrocki, M. Polasik, “Energy shift of the Lβ2 line as an ionization diagnostic for the dense plasma in the PFRP”, Nucl. Instr. Meth. Phys. Res. B 408, 248-252 (2017).
  113. C. J. Chiara, James J. Carroll, M. P. Carpenter, J. P. Greene, D. J. Hartley, R. V. F. Janssens, G. J. Lane, J. C.  Marsh, D. A. Matters, M. Polasik,  J. Rzadkiewicz, D. Seweryniak, S. Zhu, S. Bottoni, A. B. Hayes, S. A. Karamian, “Isomer depletion as experimental evidence of nuclear excitation by electron capture”, Nature 554, 216-218 (2018).
  114. Y. Ito, T. Tochio, M. Yamashita, S. Fukushima, A. M. Vlaicu, Ł. Syrocki, K. Słabkowska, E. Weder, M. Polasik,
    K. Sawicka, P. Indelicato, J. P. Marques, J. M. Sampaio, M. Guerra, J. P. Santos, F. Parente, “Structure of high-resolution Kβ1,3 x-ray emission spectra for the elements from Ca to Ge”, Physical Review A 97, 052505 (2018).

International cooperations

  • Physics Department, University of Fribourg, Switzerland – prof. J. Kern’s and prof. J.-Cl. Dousse’s teams;
  • Institut für Kernphysik, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Jülich, Germany – prof. G.L. Borchert’s team
  • Institute of Physics, Sachivalaya Marg, Bhubaneswar, India – prof. H.C. Padhi’s team
  • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India – prof. P.N. Tandon’s team
  • Physikalisches Institut, Universtät Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany – prof. W. Kretschmer’s team
  • Kernfysisch Versneller Instituut, Groningen, Netherlands – prof. H. Wilschut’s team
  • Department of Physics, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India – prof. D.K. Basy’s team
  • Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung mbH, Plasma Physik, Darmstadt, Germany – prof. D.H.Hoffmann’s and dr. O. Rosmej’s teams
  • Institute for High Energy Density, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia – dr V.P. Efremov’s
  • Russian Research Centre Kurchatov Institute, Moscow, Russia – dr A.E. Volkov’s
  • EURATOM/IPPLM Association, Culham Science Centre, EFDA-JET CSU, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, Wielka Brytania – dr J. Rzadkiewicz and dr hab. Zagórski
  • Laboratory of Atomic and Molecular Physics, Institute of Chemical Research, Kyoto University, Uji, Kyoto 611-0011, Japonia – prof. Y. Ito’s team
  • Ecopulse, Inc., PO Box 528, Springfield, VA 22150 USA – dr N. R. Pereira
  • Artep Inc., 2922 Excelsior Springs Ct, Ellicott City MD 21042, USA – prof. J. F. Seely
  • Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
  • Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquergue, NM 87185
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MC 20899
  • Army Research Laboratory, Adelphi, Maryland 20783
  • United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD 21402
  • Oak Ridge Associated Universities
  • Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, Illinois 60439

Research grants

2015-2017 “Development of soft X-ray GEM based detecting system for tomographic tungsten focused transport monitoring”
2014 “Modelling of the x-ray spectra for tungsten in high-temperature tokamak plasmas”
2013 “Modeling of the emission spectrum structures for tungsten ions”
2012 “Modelling of the spectrum structure for N-like (W67+) through Na-like (W63+) tungsten ions”
2011-2016 “X-ray hypersatellite natural linewidth as a signature of K-2 states production mechanism and applying the x-ray line structure study for the analysis of collision processes, in particular for high-temperature plasma parameters in tokamak reactors diagnostics” (NCN project for Katarzyna Słabkowska)
2007-2010 “Study of the ionization in collision processes through the theoretical analysis of the x-ray line spectra originating from heavy projectiles and various target kinds”
2004-2006 “Theoretical studies on the satellite and hypersatellite structure of various kinds of the K x-ray lines of heavy atoms” (PhD grant for Maja Lewandowska-Robak)
2004-2006 “Theoretical study of the structure of x-ray spectra and its application to the interpretation of the spectra accompanying collision processes in particular of the spectra originating from projectiles” (PhD grant for Katarzyna Słabkowska)
2003-2006 “Theoretical study of the effect of electronic shells ionization on the K, L and M x-ray line spectra and its application to the interpretation of the spectra accompanying collision processes”
1999-2001 “Theoretical study of the x-ray spectra and its applications to the analysis of the ionisation in collision processes and to the determination of the d-electron atoms configuration change resulting from the influence of the chemical environment”
1995-1998 “Study of the multiple ionization in collision processes through the theoretical analysis of the x-ray line spectra “
1992-1995 “Study of the ionization in collision processes through the detailed theoretical analysis of the x-ray line spectra”

Referee in Journals

  • Physical Review Letters, Physics Review A, Physical Review B (American Physical Society)
  • Journal of Physics, Physica Scripta (Institute of Physics Publishing)
  • Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, Chemical Physics Letters, Chemical Physics, Radiation Physics and Chemistry (Elsevier)
  • European Physics Journal D (The EPJ Publishing Consortium)
  • Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry (Wiley)
  • Physics Research International (Hindawi Publishing)
  • Acta Physica Polonica A (Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Physics)
  • Polish Journal of Chemistry (Polish Chemical Society)

Main honours and prizes

  • Minister of Education Awards (1981, 1986 – for the PhD thesis)
  • Nicolaus Copernicus University Rector Scientific Awards (1989, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2012)