University of Gdansk (UG)


Agnieszka Gajewicz-Skretna
Assistant Professor; specialist in the field of chemoinformatics

Computational techniques for hazard assessment of multi-component nanomaterials

The University of Gdansk (UG), with almost 33.000 students in the nine faculties and 1.700 academic staff members UG is the largest institute of higher education in Northern Poland. UG’s educational offer includes almost thirty major fields of study with over 100 specialisations offered by nine faculties as well as doctoral and post-graduate studies. The members of the academic staff of UG conduct scientific and scholarly research on a world-class level. Because of the development and the activities of its academic staff, UG has become an incubator for entrepreneurship in such areas as Biotechnology, Biology and Chemistry. The University of Gdansk cooperates with universities, tertiary colleges and scientific and research institutions in almost every country around the world. Research and other activities are conducted within the framework of over one hundred international agreements with foreign partners. University of Gdansk has great experience in the implementation of projects under the Framework Programmes and Horizon 2020 − 73 projects in total. A series of University institutes and departments have obtained, or are in the process of obtaining, the prestigious status of centres of excellence, which is the European certificate and stamp of quality.

Main activities within HARMLESS:

Development of computational techniques for hazard assessment of multi-component nanomaterials

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