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Monika Wawrzkiewicz, PhD

dr hab. Monika Wawrzkiewicz
associate professor
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Wednesday 9.00-10.30, on-line at Wirtualny Kampus UMCS, course: Konsultacje rok akadem. 2020/21 sem. zimowy (free admission, no password required)


pl. M. Curie-Skłodowskiej 2/33A (II piętro, budynek Małej Chemii)
20-031 Lublin

Personal information

2015 - Habilitation, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Faculty of Chemistry
2005 - Doctoral degree in chemical sciences, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Faculty of Chemistry
2001 - Master's degree, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Faculty of Chemistry, Field: basic and applied chemistry

Scientific Activity


Sorption and separation of inorganic and organic compounds with particular emphasis on dyes on various sorbents and environmental protection.


  • UMCS Rector's Team Award Io: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017 and UMCS IIIo Rector's Team Award: 2019
  • UMCS Rector's Award for obtaining the academic degree of dr hab., 2016
  • Medal of the National Education Committee (no. 154067), 2016.
  • Individual grant of the UMCS Vice-Rector for Science, entitled "Research on the process of sorption of Pd (II) ions from chloride and chloride-nitrate systems on anion exchangers with different alkalinity of functional groups as well as modified and chelating ion exchangers of various types" (BW-03-0000-11-09), 2008
  • Honorable mention of the doctoral dissertation by the Faculty of Chemistry Council in the academic year 2004/05



  • M.Wawrzkiewicz, B. Podkościelna, T. Jesionowski, Ł. Klapiszewski, Functionalized microspheres with co-participated lignin hybrids as novel sorbents for toxic C.I. Basic Yellow 2 and C.I. Basic Blue 3 dyes removal from textile sewages, Industrial Crops & Products 180 (2022) 114785
  • A. Wołowicz, M.Wawrzkiewicz, Z. Hubicki, K. Siwińska-Ciesielczyk, A. Kubiak, T. Jesionowski, Enhanced removal of vanadium(V) from acidic streams using binary oxide systems of TiO2-ZrO2 and TiO2-ZnO type, Separation and Purification Technology 280 (2022) 119916.
  • U. Kotowska, M.WawrzkiewiczE. Polska-Adach, Mechanism of interactions in C.I. Acid Red 18 – Floating plants and polymeric resins systems: Kinetic, equilibrium, auxiliaries impact and column studies, Journal of Molecular Liquids 333 (2021) 115903.
  • M. WawrzkiewiczE. Polska-Adach, Physicochemical interactions in systems C.I. Direct Yellow 50 - weakly basic resins: kinetic, equilibrium, and auxiliaries addition aspects, Water 13 (2021) 385. 
  • A. Wołowicz, M.WawrzkiewiczScreening of ion exchange resins for hazardous Ni(II) removal from aqueous solutions: kinetic and equilibrium batch adsorption method, Processes 9 (2021) 285.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, B. Podkościelna, P. Podkościelny, Application of functionalized DVB-co-GMA polymeric microspheres in the enhanced sorption process of hazardous dyes from dyeing baths, Molecules 25 (2020) 5247.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, E. Polska-Adach, M. Wiśniewska, G. Fijałkowska, O. Goncharuk, Adsorptive removal of C.I. Direct Yellow 142 from textile baths using nanosized silica-titanium oxide, The European Physical Journal Plus (2019), DOI: 10.1140.epjp/i2019-12526-1.
  • M. Wiśniewska, M. Wawrzkiewicz, E. Polska‑Adach, G. Fijałkowska, O. Goncharuk, Nanosized silica–titanium oxide as a potential adsorbent for C.I. Acid Yellow 219 dye removal from textile baths and wastewaters, Applied Nanoscience 8 (2018) 867–876. 
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, P. Bartczak, T. Jesionowski, Enhanced removal of hazardous dye form aqueous solutions and real textile wastewater using bifunctional chitin/lignin biosorbent, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 99 (2017) 754-764.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, Z. Hubicki, Anion exchange resins of tri-n-butyl ammonium functional groups for dye baths and textile wastewater treatment, Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange 34 (2016) 558-575.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, M. Wiśniewska, V. M. Gun’ko, V. I. Zarko, Adsorptive removal of acid, reactive and direct dyes from aqueous solutions and wastewater using mixed silica-alumina oxide, Powder Technology 278 (2015) 306-315.
  • M. Warzkiewicz, Z. Hubicki, „Anion exchange resins as effective sorbents for removal of acid, reactive and direct dyes from textile wastewaters”, rozdział w książce “Ion Exchange: Studies and Applications”, (ed. A. Kilislioglu) InTech Publishers, Rijeka 2015, ISBN 978-953-51-4225-6, str. 37-72.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, Anion-exchange resins for C.I. Direct Blue 71 removal from aqueous solutions and wastewaters: effects of basicity and matrix composition and structure, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research 53 (2014) 11838-11849.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, Removal of C.I. Basic Blue 3 dye by sorption onto cation exchange resin, functionalized and non-functionalized polymeric sorbents from aqueous solutions and wastewaters, Chemical Engineering Journal 217 (2013) 414-425.
  • Z. Hubicki, M. Wawrzkiewicz, G. Wójcik, A. Wołowicz, „Wymieniacze jonowe i chelatujące” rozdział w książce „Platynowce – zastosowanie i metody oznaczania” pod red. B. Godlewskiej-Żyłkiewicz i K. Pyrzyńskiej, Wydawnictwo Malamut, Warszawa 2012, ISBN 978-83-934442-1-2, str. 253-266.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, Sorption of Sunset Yellow dye by weak base anion exchanger – kinetic and equilibrium studies, Environmental Technology 32 (2011) 455-465.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, Comparison of gel anion exchangers of various basicity in direct dye removal from aqueous solutions and wastewaters, Chemical Engineering Journal 173 (2011) 773-781.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, Application of weak base anion exchanger in sorption of tartrazine from aqueous medium, Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange 28 (2010) 845-863.
  • M. Wawrzkiewicz, Z. Hubicki, Removal of tartrazine from aqueous solutions by strongly basic polystyrene anion exchange resins, Journal of Hazardous Materials 164 (2009) 502-509.