the Stecko Research Group

Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences


exploring organic chemistry through methods development and total synthesis

Recent Publications & News

September 1st, 2021
June 7th, 2020
June 21st, 2020
October 20th, 2018

Our new equipment

The CEM Discover microwave reactor was purchased thanks to financial support of the Polish National Science Center (Grant OPUS).

If you would like to use this device, please read the U&A rules (link below).

The POLONEZ BIS Fellowship

POLONEZ BIS is addressed to PhD holders or researchers and it is a comprehensive programme that integrates research, short-term secondments in non-academic institutions and soft skill training. The POLONEZ BIS 2 call opens on 15 March 2022 and closes on 15 June 2022.

The PASIFIC Fellowship Programme

The PASIFIC Fellowship Programme is a unique opportunity for researchers who want to undertake state-of-the-art research in a dynamic scientific environment. It will enable scholars of all nationalities and across all scientific disciplines to establish their scientific independence and conduct ground-breaking research.

The deadline of the PASIFIC Call-2 is appraching!

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2021

B. List and D.W.C. MacMillan recieved the Nobel Prize for the development of asymmetric organocatalysis.


Our group welcomes researchers from all countries and all backgrounds and we constantly seek high-quality applications from candidates at all levels. (potential post-docs, PhD students, visiting academics, visiting professionals and visiting students)

September 30th, 2020

Ola defended her PhD thesis. Congratulations.

January 7th, 2020

Andri defended his BSc theses. Congratulations!

December 17th, 2019

Michał defended his MSc. thesis. Congratulations!

Are you interested in modern organic chemistry?

Would you like to do your diploma thesis in a place with excellent equipped laboratories and great academic staff?

We are always looking for enthusiastic and motivated graduate and undergraduate students interested in developing new areas of organic synthesis.