ProfessorMarcin Molski

The author's research area includes theoretical chemistry, physics and biology. The results of investigations have been published in over 120 articles, including 93 on the Philadelphia List, and in 7 books, in particular "Physics of Beauty" (co-author 2007), "Fractal Time of Life" (2012), "Modern Cosmetology vol I and II" (2014), "Chemistry of Beauty vol I and II" (2021).


  • MSc 1983
  • PhD (chemistry) 1992
  • PhD (physics) 1997
  • Habilitated doctor 2002
  • Associate Professor 2005
  • Full Professor 2018
  • Chairman of the Faculty of Chemistry Electoral Commission for the 2020-2024 cadence.
  • Member of the Program Council of the Ecological Station Jeziory AMU.
  • Member of the Council of the AMU Border Questions Laboratory.
  • Tutor of the Scientific Circle of Chemists at the Faculty of Chemistry, Adam Mickiewicz University in 1997-2012.
  • Vice-chairman of the Scientific Council of the Bioelectronics Foundation at KUL Lublin.
  • Theoretical investigation of bio-phys-chemical properties of substances of cosmetic and therapeutic importance.
  • Nonlinear, nonlocal, coherent and quasi-quantum phenomena in complex systems.
  • Application of the chaos theory and fractal space-time in the description of biological and cognitive processes.
  • Theoretical determination of internal characteristics of diatomic molecules from IR and MW spectra using ab initio and semi-empirical methods.
  1. M. Molski “Theoretical modeling of pre and postnatal growth” Journal of Theoretical Biology 458: 58-67 (2018).
  2. M. Molski “Quantum and classical phenomenological universalities” Physics Letters A 382: 79–84 (2018).
  3. M. Molski “Extended class of phenomenological universalities” Physics Letters A  381: 2629-2635 (2017).
  4. M. Molski “Exact solutions and coherent states for generalized potential” Journal of Mathematical Chemistry 2017 55:598-606 (2017).
  5. D. Mikulski, M. Molski, “Quantitative structure-antioxidant activity relationship of trans-resveratrol oligomers, trans-4,4`-dihydroxystilbene dimer, trans-resveratrol-3-O glucuronide, glucosides: trans-piceid, cis-piceid, trans-astringin and trans-resveratrol-4`-O-beta-D-glucopyranoside” European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 45: 2366-2380 (2010).
  6. M. Stanke, D. Kędziera, M. Molski et al. Convergence of experiment and theory on the pure vibrational spectrum of HeH+. Physical Review Letters. 96: 233002 (2006).