Jarosław Jaźwiński

Application of nuclear magnetic resonance in organic chemistry

Ryszard Ostaszewski

Multicomponent reactions, enzymes and microorganisms in organic synthesis and biotechnology

Bartłomiej Furman

Stereocontrolled synthesis of biologically active compounds

Mykhaylo Potopnyk

Medicinal chemistry. Luminescent boron complexes.

Bartosz Grzybowski

Computer Aided Organic Synthesis

Janusz Jurczak

Stereocontrolled organic synthesis and supramolecular chemistry

Sebastian Stecko

New methods of stereocontrolled synthesis of compounds with significant biological activity

Karol Grela

Applications of organometallic chemistry in organic synthesis

Wojciech Chaładaj

Homogeneous catalysis with transition metal complexes

Rafał Loska

Stereoselective synthesis of allenes

Dorota Gryko

Sustainable catalysis

Agnieszka Szumna

Molecular recognition

Zbigniew Wróbel

Practical organic synthesis. Chemistry of nitrogen heterocycles

Michał Michalak

Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis with metal complexes


Four winners of the FNP Prize
from the Institute of Organic Chemistry PAS

  • prof. Mieczysław Mąkosza

    prof. Karol Grela

    prof. Daniel Gryko

    prof. Bartosz Grzybowski


The Institute of Organic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences is a research unit of the A+ category according to the parameterization of the Ministry of Education and Science!


IOC PAS offers work in research projects for scientists from Ukraine (organic chemistry)

  • ІОХ ПАН (Інститут Органічної Хімії Польської Академії Наук) пропонує місця в проєктах для науковців з України (органічна хімія).

  • Contact: (e-mail subject: Ukraine)



The IOC PAS is a leading Polish research unit conducting research in the field of organic chemistry. The main lines of research concern the methodology of organic synthesis, catalysis and the study of reaction mechanisms. The chemistry of porphyrinoids, supramolecular chemistry and computer-aided organic synthesis are being intensively developed on the basis of the CHEMATICA program, recognized by the Chemistry World journal as one of the 10 most important discoveries of 2019. The Institute is authorized to award doctoral and postdoctoral degrees in chemical sciences. Currently, the research is conducted by 135 researchers, including 14 with the title of professor and 43 doctoral students.

  • 444

    awarded PhD degrees in chemical sciences

  • 60

    grants are implemented by the Institute, including 43 grants from the National Science Center and 4 grants from the EU

  • 102

    papers were published by the Institute's employees in 2022, including 18 with IFs above 10