Prof. Mirosław Mojski studied at the Faculty of Chemistry from 1959 to 1964. After graduation, he started working in the Chair of Analytical Chemistry in a team headed by Prof. Zygmunt Marczenko. He conducted research on spectrophotometric methods in trace analysis. Research on dithizone complexes was the basis for his doctoral dissertation, prepared under the supervision of Prof. Zygmunt Marczenko.
In the 1970s, Mirosław Mojski, PhD, undertook research on the separation of precious metals. In 1975-1976 he completed a scientific internship in France at INSTN Saclay, where he worked on the separation of radioisotopes and continued his own research on the extraction of precious metals. In 1980 he received his postdoctoral degree for his dissertation on the extraction separation of precious metals.
After obtaining the postdoctoral degree, in a team with I. Głuch, PhD, J. Różowski, PhD, and K. Murawski, BEng, he conducted research on three-phase extraction, sorption of precious metals on inorganic sorbents in analytical aspects and preparation of catalysts with high dispersion of metal, as well as construction of automatic analyzers.
In cooperation with J. Arct, PhD, A. Oborska, PhD, L. Ruzik, PhD and I. Białas, PhD, Prof. Mirosław Mojski developed research on the penetration of chemical compounds through biological membranes both in cognitive aspects and in finding ways to control the penetration of selected cosmetic ingredients through stratum corneum. With N. Obarski, PhD, he developed a study on the repetitiveness of the composition of authenticity of cosmetics.
Prof. Mirosław Mojski was a promoter of 6 doctoral dissertations and directed over thirty master’s theses. He is a co-author of 59 publications in scientific journals (Philadelphia list).
Throughout his employment, he participated in laboratory classes at the basic level, as well as at the specialization and diploma level. He lectured on analytical chemistry in the field of chemical engineering and delivered specialization lectures on methods of separation and liquid chromatography.
In the years 1976-1980 he was elected member of the Faculty Council. In 1980-1987, he served as Vice-Dean for Student Affairs. In this turbulent period, he received support from the Faculty for the protection of students against repression, including judicial repression.
In the years 1990-1996, he was twice elected by the Faculty Council to the position of the Dean of the Faculty of Chemistry. Thanks to the help of the Rector of the Warsaw University of Technology, Prof. Marek Dietrich and the Senate of the Warsaw University of Technology, the losses suffered by the Faculty during martial law were largely eliminated and the necessary organisational changes were made. The Faculty gained a basis for development in the years to come.
In 1996, Prof. Jerzy Woźnicki was elected to the position of the Rector of the Warsaw University of Technology.
At the request of the new Rector, Assistant Professor Mirosław Mojski was appointed Vice-Rector for General Affairs. In the period after 1996 Prof. Mojski, in his capacity as Vice-Rector for General Affairs, completed a considerable investment programme of which the most important were the construction of the Building of Materials Engineering, takeover and development of the square in front of the Main Building, revival of the Small Auditorium and the Auditorium in the Building of Physics, construction of facilities for the Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography in Józefosław and extension of leisure facilities in Grybów and Sarbinowo. In 1999, the Rector appointed the Rector-Union Team under the leadership of the Vice-Rector for General Affairs, authorised to deal with employee issues. This team has been operating to this day in the same capacity. In 1999, Assistant Professor Mirosław Mojski was appointed associate professor at the Warsaw University of Technology and elected Vice-Rector for Studies and Students for the term of office until 2002. During this period, the Warsaw University of Technology Choir was established, concerts were held in the Small Auditorium, and annual Educational Picnics of Warsaw Universities were held on the premises of the Warsaw University of Technology. The concert Fides et Ratio devoted to the Encyclical of John Paul II gained great publicity.
After the end of the term of office of the Vice-Rector, Professor Mirosław Mojski, for three consecutive terms chaired the Senate Commission for Awards and Decorations.
Prof. Mirosław Mojski has received three individual Minister’s Awards for scientific research. He was awarded the Golden Cross of Merit (1988) and the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta (2001).