Honeywell International Inc
Igor Kosacki has completed his PhD in Physics from Institute of Physics Polish Academy of Sciences and postdoctoral studies from Piere and Marie Curie University in Paris and Massachusetts Instutute of Technology in Cambridge. He is holding Professor title awarded by the President of Poland. Currently, he is Emerging Technologies Expert at Honeywell International Inc. In his current role, he is responsible for the development new research program for oil and gas materials. He has published more than 120 papers in reputed journals and has over 4500 citations. He is serving as Chair of Nanotechnology and Corrosion Symposium on NACE Conferences.
Igor Kosacki is experienced scientist in the fields of materials science and nanotechnology specializing in the design of advanced materials for energy and hydrocarbon production. The area of interest includes processing of ceramics, thin films and nanocrystalline structures, as well as, the study of their electrical, structural and optical properties using Raman and Impedance spectroscopy. Recent interest focus on the development of new functional materials for energy conversion, thin films for corrosion protection, as well as, special applications of Raman spectroscopy for processes monitoring.