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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Maciej Krzeszewski

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  Bart³omiej Sadowski

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Prof. Daniel Gryko received Harmonia grant from National Science Centre (in collaboration with prof. V. I. Vullev from UC Riverside). Congratulations!


From Dipyrrolonaphthyridinediones to Quinazolinoindolizinoindolizinoquinazolines
B. Sadowski et al.
The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Salt–cocrystal continuum for photofunction modulation: Stimuli-responsive fluorescence color-tuning of pyridine-modified intramolecular charge–transfer dyes and acid complexes
Y. Yano et al.
Journal of Materials Chemistry C
Is it common for charge recombination to be faster than charge separation?
E. M. Espinoza et al.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics
Covalently Linked Bis(Amido-Corroles): Inter- and Intramolecular Hydrogen Bond Driven Supramolecular Assembly
R. Or³owski et al.
Chemistry - A European Journal
The synthesis and photophysical properties of tris-coumarins
£. Kielesiñski et al.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Electronic Communication in Pyrrolo[3,2-b]pyrroles Possessing Sterically Hindered Aromatic Substituents
M. Banasiewicz et al.
European Journal of Organic Chemistry
The influence of tetraphenylethylene moieties on the emissive properties of dipyrrolonaphthyridinediones
B. Sadowski et al.
Journal of Materials Chemistry C
π-Conjugated Organic/Inorganic Hybrid Photoanodes: Revealing the Photochemical Behavior through in-situ X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy
C.-S. Hsu et al.
Chemistry - A European Journal
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 proton 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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