CEO | Research Assistant
Klaudia Zeranska, PhD is a physicist specializing in the field of nanotechnology. Since 2014, she is a member of the Nanostructures Group at Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Physics. Her scientific interests include thermal properties and electromagnetic interference shielding effectiveness of modern nanocarbon materials in a wide frequency range – from visible light, through microwaves, to single terahertz. An important topic in a society that surrounds themselves with countless electronic devices, constantly sending and receiving data (or in other words electromagnetic signals) to stay “up to date”.
During her PhD studies she visited the University of Manchester, UK, to work on graphene-based aerogels. In 2022 she was awarded the Kosciuszko Foundation Exchange Program grant for a short post-doctoral project in Phonon Optimized Engineered Materials (POEM) Center (UCR, US), where she is presently a visiting scholar working on one-dimensional van der Waals materials.
In 2022 Klaudia has started a small technological company nanoFLAKES, which main scope is the production of high-quality graphene flakes. She is also a COO of a sister company nanoEMI. Apart from academia and industry, Klaudia is constantly looking for new ways to promote science. She is the author of a short YouTube series on material science called “Question of Matter” and she has translated a popular science book on asteroids.
In her free time, Klaudia is a roller derby player, currently playing for Warsaw Roller Derby team as Sailor Dune. She also enjoys any activity that brings her closer to nature (hiking, swimming, or just a walk in the woods).