Skip to content

Artur Wiktor

He is an employee of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Department of Food Engineering and Process Management. In 2016, he defended his PhD thesis with honors, which he carried out under the supervision of prof. Dorota Witrowa-Rajchert. In 2020, he obtained the degree of habilitated doctor with honors. Artur Wiktor is a specialist in the field of food engineering and his research focuses on the use of sustainable, non-thermal methods of food production and preservation. The most important areas of his scientific interests include the pulsed electric field (PEF) and the possibilities of using this technique in the food industry in order to reduce energy consumption and improve food quality. An important part of his professional activity is also the development of new food products.

Artur Wiktor is the author of several dozen scientific publications, mainly in journals from the JCR list. He managed or carried out research projects financed under the Horizon 2020, ERA-NET Susfood, Lider, Biostrateg, Iuventus Plus and Preludium programs. His international experience includes, among others an internship at TU Berlin in Germany or a position of a Visiting Professor at UBC in Vancouver, Canada thanks to a prestigious grant from the Dekabana Foundation.

The scientific achievements of Artur Wiktor can be found at his ORCID profile: