Adrian Chlanda (Ph.D. Eng.) is an expert in the field of tissue engineering, biomaterials, materials’ characterization techniques (especially related with scanning probe microscopy) and flake graphene. Currently he holds a position of a Deputy Leader of Graphene and Composites Research Group at Łukasiewicz Research Network – Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics (Warsaw, Poland).
He works on the development of biomaterials to support tissue regeneration, in particular hard tissue regeneration (bone). In addition, his work is focused on composite biomaterials, namely polymeric-based materials combined with ceramics particles, bioglass and bioactive agents of different origin. His latest scientific efforts are combined with fabrication of different types of flake graphene and exploration of its surface-related properties. Moreover, he uses his materials engineering knowledge towards establishment of manifold applications of flake graphene. His aim is to specify and tailor graphene of a specific function to address divergent real-life challenges. Dr. Chlanda is also interested in a graphene-based coatings and the use of waste substances from the industry in biomaterial development. He is interested in developing of personalized solutions utilizing novel materials to enable specific biomedical applications. Up to date, he has published over 40 publications relating to biomaterials along with renowned scientists from all around the world.