Child/Adolescent Psychology Lab (CAPLab) brings together psychologists studying the psychology of children and adolescents, both from a developmental and a clinical perspective. CAPLab members are both researchers and practitioners (certified clinical psychologists, psychotherapists) basing their work on the idea of evidence-based assessment / treatment. Researches in the CAPLab focus on:
University of Gdańsk
The SEENAS research group is a part of European network of specialists in American Studies within the developing SEA EU Alliance. The SEENAS network is open to North and South American issues, countries and regional areas. The three main objectives of the network are to open up onto inter-disciplinary research and collaboration, provide more academic visibility to American Studies at national and international levels, and reaching out to non-academic audiences to make this research more accessible.
The aim of the group is, while using an interdisciplinary approach, to:
a) identify legal reasoning and argumentation techniques that could be adapted to enrich business intelligence (BI) research and
b) identify and adapt statistical methods used by BI researchers that could bring a valuable input for legal reasoning and interpretation.
The Energy Transition Lab proposes an ambitious and original programme of research and engagement responding to the challenges of energy transition in the European Union.
Marcin Wieśniak's team is focus on proposing new criteria to recognize strictly quantum correlations. The newly-found criteria are characterized by friendliness to experimental implementation, high computability, and versality.
neurolinguistics, Language for Specific Purpose, sociolinguistics, communication, management
Department of Transportation Market is one out of five chairs involved in research at Faculty of Economics. It was founded in 1991 and currently is one of the leading units in research of air transport and urban transport. It cooperates with a variety of scientific institutions but is well known of for its practical aspects of research. Its research activity focuses on economics of urban and air transport, railway transport, marketing research, marketing management in transport and transformation of transport markets, mobility.
I am currently working on the immunologic features of human podocytes, as well as role of Klotho and NPP1 proteins in the course of diabetic nephropathy. Previously, I studied genetics and immunology of sarcoidosis and tuberculosis. I work with cell lines, I perform quantitative analyses of gene and protein expression. I also implement techniques like immunofluorescence and immunohistochemistry, and analyse glycolitic parametres of podocytes by measurement of extracellular acidification.
- brings together researchers with different methodological approaches (social sciences and humanities);
- using research strategies focusing on various facets of diversity;
- communication barriers;
- migrants' access to public health;
- climate migration;
- the social-cultural adaptation of migrants.