Wroclaw Research Centre EIT Ltd.
Since 2008 he is in charge of research and strategy development, coordination of the research infrastructure in nanotechnology area. His main goal is developing of cooperation between scientific and business institution oriented on common application research. He supports a high tech society by leading cluster activities in photonics and nanotechnology. He is a graduate of the Wrocław University of Technology and a scholarship holder of Marie Curie Individual Fellowship and the Foundation for Polish Science. He worked for the French National Scientific Research Centre, participating in various projects of General Directorate for Armament (DGA), National Research of Space Research (ESA) and National Research Agency. He specialize in semiconductor technology, lab-on-the-chip, MEMS and MOEM. He has undergone trainings on management of R&D and IPR Centers at IBM in Switzerland and Watson Research Center in the US. Numerous honorable mentions have been granted to him, including an award of the Polish Electrician Association, the President of the Warsaw University of Technology, distinctions at international and national conferences. He is an author of a large number of scientific publications. Doctor Nieradko is a member of the Polish Sensor Technology Association, Marie Curie Fellow Association and the Technological Committee for Nanotechnology of the Polish Committee for Standardization.