Curriculum Vitae


  • Name: Tatiana Danuta Korona (maiden name Ćwiok)
  • Date and place of birth: November 18, 1967, Warsaw, Poland
  • Family status:  married with Krzysztof Korona (from 1994),  son Marcin (born 27th September 1997)
Education:
  • Secondary School: XI Liceum im. M. Reja , Warsaw, 1983-1986
  • Undergraduate study, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, 1986-1991
  • Scholarship of Polish Minister for National Education , 1990/1991
  • M.Sc. in Chemistry (with honors), University of Warsaw, June 1991
  • Graduate study, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, 1991-1997
  • Ph.D. in Chemistry (with honors), University of Warsaw, June 1997
  • D.Sc. (habilitation) in Chemistry, University of Warsaw, 10 June 2009
Professional record:
  • Research Assistant, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, 1991-1994
  • Graduate Student, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, 1994-1997
  • Visiting Scientist, Max-Planck-Institut für Astrophysik, Garching, Germany, September 1996
  • Assistant Professor ("Adiunkt" in Polish:-), Quantum Chemistry Laboratory, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, from 1997
  • Visiting Scientist, Institut für Theoretische Chemie, Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany, June 1998 - September 1999, August-September 2000, July-September 2001, June-July 2002, June-July 2003, August-September 2004, July 2005, July 2009
Theses:
  • M.Sc. On the applicability of the symmetry-adapted perturbation theory for the calculation of the energy of   X Σ+g and    b Σ+u  states of hydrogen molecule - under supervision of Professor Bogumił Jeziorski (in Polish)
  • Ph.D. Convergence Properties of Symmetry-Adapted Perturbation Theory in Applications to Interactions of Many-Electron Systems - under supervision of Professor Bogumił Jeziorski
  • D.Sc. (habilitation) Zastosowanie teorii sprzeżonych klasterów do opisu korelacji elektronowej wewnątrz monomerów w rachunku zaburzeń o adaptowanej symetrii (Application of the Coupled Cluster Method for a Description of Intramonomer Electron Correlation within Symmetry-Adapted Perturbation Theory)
Other programs completed:
  • Algebra (Basic and Advanced) (two semester courses), Mathematical Analysis (Basic and Advanced) (three semester courses), Quantum Mechanics (Basic and Advanced) (two semester courses), Mathematical Methods in Physics (one semester course) at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
  • NATO Advanced Study Institute Problem Solving in Computational Molecular Science: Molecules in Different Environments held in Bad Windsheim, Germany, August, 1996
  • Academic Teaching Excellence - English Medium Instruction (EMI) organized by British Council at the University of Warsaw, 16-20 September 2013
Honors:
  • Prof. Grabowski's Student  Award 1995
  • Scientific Stipendium of Chemistry Faculty's Dean 2000
Memberships in Professional Societies:
Teaching:
Languages:
  • English, Russian, German, French, Polish
Conferences attended