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Iryna Kozina

PhD Student

I am a PhD-student in AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland. Now I am working at Faculty of Foundry Engineering, Department of Chemistry and Metal Corrosion. My scientific work focuses on studying corrosion mechanism of magnesium and its alloys and also on their protection from corrosion by coating them with biopolymers for the further use in biomedical field as bone implants. I have always dreamt of  being connected with medicine, but love to chemistry took over. So I became an engineer after obtaining Master’s Degree in Electrochemistry. This project makes my dreams come true which are uniting chemistry and medicine within one position. This gives me a lifetime chance to use my knowledge, skill and opportunity to make a contribution on biomedical field.

CV

Career Details

PhD student in  AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland

June 2018 – Present

Doctoral student in the Department of Chemistry and Metal Corrosion. Focusing on corrosion mechanism, doing corrosion measurements and will studying ways of protecting metal materials from corrosion by using polymeric coatings.

Work experience

2015-2018

Worked as an engineer in energetic company Khmelnytskoblenergo.

Master of Science in Technical Electrochemistry, Kyiv National University of Technology and Design, Ukraine

2014-2015

Completed Master’s research in Institute of Physical Chemistry named after Pysarzhevsky based in Kyiv, Ukraine. The research looked into electrochemical characteristics of polyaniline doped of lithium salt.

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