Dr. Malgorzata Biczysko was born at 22/03/1970 in Wroclaw, Poland. She obtained her Master degree in Chemistry in 1994 and Ph.D. in Theoretical Chemistry in 2000 from the University of Wroclaw. Soon after, she started to work on calculations of theoretical molecular spectra within EU RTN “Theonet II” post-doc grants at University of Bologna and University of Helsinki. Next, she has been a post-doc within the EU Network “Predicting Catalysis” at University of Coimbra, working on modeling of accurate global potential energy surfaces related to the understanding of ammonia synthesis from first-principles calculation. In 2006 she joined the group of prof. Vincenzo Barone and works on the implementation and development of computational protocols for molecular spectroscopy.
Dr. Malgorzata Biczysko is working in a field of theoretical and physical chemistry since 1994. In particular she has strong background and experience in the state-of-the-art ab initio calculations to study structures, properties and reactivity of molecular systems as well as in the developments and applications in a field of computational spectroscopy. Her main research interest has been concentrated on the accurate studies of dynamic properties of molecular systems, and exploration of potential energy surfaces for systems where either chemical bonds or complexes are formed. Her research training represents unique combination of expertise from the highly accurate studies for small molecules to the theoretical investigations on weakly bound molecular systems characterized by flat potential energy surfaces.
Dr. Malgorzata Biczysko acts as a scientific secretary of the of the CODECS Action Chair.