Daniel Tomasz Gryko
Head of the Group
Prof. Daniel T. Gryko

Phone: +48 22 3433063
Institute of Organic Chemistry
Polish Academy of Sciences
Kasprzaka 44/52
01-224 Warsaw
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Prof. Daniel T. Gryko received the Foundation for Polish Science Prize 2017 in the chemical and material sciences for the development of an original method for synthesis and characterization of porphyrinoids!

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Prof. Daniel T. Gryko received the Foundation for Polish Science Prize 2017 in the chemical and material sciences!!!
Fot. Magdalena Wiśniewska-Krasińska
Unprecedented rearrangement of diketopyrrolopyrroles leads to structurally unique chromophores
O. Vakuliuk et al.
Chemical Communications
Direct Arylation of Dipyrrolonaphthyridinediones (DPNDs) Leads to Red-Emitting Dyes with Conformational Freedom
B. Sadowski et al.
Chemistry - A European Journal
Bioinspired approach toward molecular electrets: synthetic proteome for materials
E. M. Espinoza et al.
Pure and Applied Chemistry
Biscoumarin-containing acenes as stable organic semiconductors for photocatalytic oxygen reduction to hydrogen peroxide
M. Węcławskiet al.
Journal of Materials Chemistry A
The Tetraarylpyrrolo[3,2-b]pyrroles—From - Serendipitous Discovery to Promising Heterocyclic Optoelectronic Materials
M. Krzeszewski et al.
Accounts of Chemical Research
π-Expanded Dipyrrolonaphthyridinediones with Large Two-Photon Absorption Cross-Section Values
B. Sadowski et al.
Journal of Organic Chemistry
The synthesis of imidazo[1,2-f]phenanthridines, phenanthro[9,10-d]imidazoles and phenanthro[9',10':4,5]imidazo[1,2-f]phenanthridines via intramolecular oxidative aromatic coupling
B. Skonieczny et al.
Daniel Gryko Group

The research interest of Gryko's group is mainly centered around advanced functional dyes and catalysis. We seek to identify new chromophores and fluorophores with interesting properties. We are mainly interested in the following areas:
  1. Artificial photosynthesis
  2. Two-photon absorption
  3. Excited state intramolecular photon transfer (ESIPT)
  4. Synthetic methodology
  5. Optical limiting

From the point of view of structural platforms we are focused on but not limited to:

  1. Corroles
  2. Chlorins
  3. Aromatic imides
  4. Linear oligopyrroles
  5. Polyconjugated heterocycles
  6. Pyrroloquinoxalines
  7. Coumarines

Here you can find the actual list of our collaborations.
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