1. Z. J. Grzywna, A. Gadomski, ”Agregacja limitowana dyfuzją” (Diffusion limited aggregation), Prace IPPT, 41 60 (1987).
  2. A. Gadomski, Z. J. Grzywna, ”On Mullins-Sekerka Stability Analysis in Continuous DLA Models”, Environ. Protec. Engng, 15 21 (1989).
  3. Z. J. Grzywna, A. Gadomski, ”Structural Stability Analysis in Stationary Diffusion Limited Aggregation”, Acta Phys.Pol. A, 77 611 (1990).
  4. Z. J. Grzywna, A. Gadomski, ”Nonequilibrium thermodynamics in a form of dynamical system”, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Gas Separation Technology, September 10-15, 1989, Antwerp, Belgium, Elsevier Sci.Publishers, Amsterdam, 49 (1990).
  5. Z. J. Grzywna, A. Gadomski, ”An influence of various fields on diffusion limited aggregation process”,IFTR Reports, 52 109 (1990).
  6. A. Gadomski, Z. J. Grzywna, ”On the fractal properties of DLA-polymers”, Proceedings of the Symposium on the Dynamics of Systems with Chemical Reaction, September 5-9, 1990, Świdno, Poland, World Scientific, Singapore, 416 (1991).
  7. J. Łuczka, A. Gadomski, Z. J. Grzywna, ”Growth driven by diffusion”, IMA Preprint Series No. 869 (1991), University of Minnesota, USA.
  8. J. Łuczka, A. Gadomski, Z. J. Grzywna, ”On the diffusion-driven growth. The perturbed sphere problem revisited”, Czech. J. Phys. 42 577 (1992).
  9. A. Gadomski, Z. J. Grzywna, J. Łuczka, ”An evolution equation applied to the perturbed sphere growth”, Chem. Engng Sci. 48 3713 (1993).
  10. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”Convection-driven growth in fluctuating velocity field”, Acta Phys.Pol. B 24 725 (1993).
  11. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”On anomalous diffusion of growing clusters”, Fractals 1 875 (1993).
  12. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”Some remarks concerning spherulitic growth”, Inter. J. Quantum Chem. 52 301 (1994).
  13. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”Spherulitic growth of polymer systems in convection field under non-equilibrium conditions”, Proceedings of the Third Symposium ”Far-from-equilibrium dynamics of chemical systems”, September 6-10, 1993, Borki, Poland, World Scientific, Singapore, 342 (1994).
  14. J. Łuczka, A. Gadomski, ”Kramers-Moyal type expansion for systems driven by nonlinear noise”, Proceedings of the Third Symposium ”Far-from-equilibrium dynamics of chemical systems”, September 6-10, 1993, Borki, Poland, World Scientific, Singapore, 256 (1994).
  15. G. Shpenkov, A. Gadomski, ”On the periodic behaviour of some physico-chemical parameters in friction systems with particular attention to a tribopolymerization process”, J. Balkan Tribol. Association 2 7 (1996); there is also the same version published in the Proceedings of the ICstf Conference ”Selective transfer, coatings and self-organization: practice and development”, October 7-11, Sofia, Bulgaria, Technical University Publishing Department, Sofia, vol.2, 23 (1994).
  16. A. Gadomski, ”A critical discussion of the analytical approach to the normal grain growth of materials in a D-dimensional space with some possible extensions to other growth phenomena”, Phil.Mag.Lett. 70 335 (1994).
  17. A. Gadomski, M. Kriechbaum, P. Laggner, ”Scaling concept applied to the defect formation caused by interactions between melittin and phosphatidylcholine (PC) model membranes”, Nuovo Cim. D 16 1551 (1994).
  18. A. Gadomski, M. Kriechbaum, J. Łuczka, ”On anomalous diffusion of fractal clusters under certain realistic physical conditions”, Nuovo Cim. D 16 1265 (1994).
  19. J. Łuczka, P. Hänggi, A. Gadomski, ”Non-Markovian process driven by quadratic noise: Kramers-Moyal expansion and Fokker-Planck modeling”, Phys.Rev. E 51/4 2933 (1995).
  20. J. Łuczka, P. Hänggi, A. Gadomski, ”Diffusion of clusters with randomly growing mass”, Phys.Rev. E 51/6 5762 (1995).
  21. A. Gadomski, M. Kriechbaum, P. Laggner, J. Łuczka, ”Description of microdomain growth in competitive 3D agglomerates”, Acta Phys. Pol. B 26 1021 (1995).
  22. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, M. Kriechbaum, P. Laggner, A. Jamnik, ”Diffusion-migration concept applied to the formation of microdomains in model 2D-biomaterials”, Phys.Lett. A 203 367 (1995).
  23. A. Danch, A. Gadomski, ”On thermal properties of poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) membranes cast from solution”, J.Thermal Analysis 45 1175 (1995).
  24. A. Gadomski, ”Phenomenological description for a formation of cylindrolites in co-operative and dynamic 2D-(bio)polymeric systems”, Ber. Bunsenges. Phys. Chem. 100 134 (1996).
  25. M. Niemiec, J. Łuczka, A. Gadomski, ”Kinetics of the microdomain formation in two-dimensional assemblies”, Acta Phys.Pol. B 27 783 (1996).
  26. A. Gadomski, ”Stochastic approach to the evolution of some polycrystalline (bio-)polymeric complex systems”, Chem.Phys.Lett. 258 6 (1996).
  27. A.Gadomski, ”Diffusion-reaction approach applied to the ionic wave propagation through biomembrane channels”, Cell.Mol.Biol.Lett. 1 273 (1996).
  28. A. Gadomski, ”Stretched exponential kinetics of the pressure induced hydration of model lipid membranes. A possible scenario”, J. Phys. II (France) 6 1537 (1996).
  29. A. Gadomski, J.Łuczka, ”Kinetics of temperature or pressure field induced phase transformation in lipid bilayers”, Acta Phys. Pol. B 28 1827 (1997).
  30. A. Gadomski, ”On the consequences of appearence of rate coefficients with temporal memories in diffusionreaction systems”, Chimia (Suisse) 51 516 (1997).
  31. A. Gadomski, ”A simple phenomenological model of the stress relaxation in slowly evolving 3D polycrystalline materials”, Mod. Phys. Lett. B 11 645 (1997).
  32. A. Danch, A. Gadomski, D. Sęk, ”Influence of the poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) membrane structure on permselectivity of the gaseous fractions of some liquids chosen”, Polish J. Environ. Studies 6 5 (1997); there is also an extended Polish version of this work published in the Materials of the Conference ”Membrane and Membrane Processes in the Environmental Protection”, M. Bodzek, Silesian Technical University of Gliwice (scientific chairmanship).
  33. A. Gadomski, ”Description of the kinetics of a model tribopolymerization process”, J. Math. Chem. 22 161 (1997).
  34. M. Niemiec, A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, L. Schimansky-Geier, ”Phase transformation kinetics in d-dimensional grainscontaining systems: diffusion-type model”, Physica A 248 365 (1998).
  35. A. Gadomski, ”Influence of temporal surface effects on the asymptotic behaviour of the nucleation-and-growth phenomena in some biopolymeric systems”, Vacuum 50 79 (1998).
  36. A. Gadomski, L. Schimansky-Geier, H. Rosè, ”Discrete model for the interface evolution in a 2D space with some well-defined set of annihilation-creation rules”, Acta Phys. Pol. B 29 1647 (1998).


  1. A. Gadomski, Ch. Trame, ”From a discrete to continuous description of two-dimensional curved and homogeneous clusters: some kinetic approach”, Acta Phys. Pol. B 30 2571 (1999). PDF
  2. A. Gadomski, ”Nucleation-and-growth problem in model lipid membranes as a problem of time scale”, Europ. Phys. J. B 9 569 (1999). PDF
  3. A. Gadomski, ”Polymorphic phase transitions in systems evolving in a two-dimensional discrete space”, Phys. Rev. E 60 1252 (1999). www
  4. A. Gadomski, ”Fractal-type relations and extensions suitable for systems of evolving polycrystalline microstructures”, in: special issue, edited by A. Gadomski, J. Kertesz, H.E. Stanley and N. Vandewalle, Physica A 274/1-2 325 (1999). PDF
  5. A. Danch, A. Gadomski, ”On the crystalline-amorphous supermolecular structure of PMP films cast from solution: experimental evidences and theoretical remarks”, J. Mol. Liquids 86 249 (2000). PDF
  6. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”On the kinetics of polymer crystallization: a possible mechanism”, J. Mol. Liquids 86 237 (2000). PDF
  7. A. Gadomski, M. Schönhof, and K. Bończak, ”Stochastic evolution of a discrete line: Numerical Results”, an invited paper on the occasion of 50-th Birthday of Lutz Schimansky-Geier; Lecture Notes in Physics, Vol. 557, ed. by J. Freund and T. Pöschel, Springer, Berin, 2000, 496–506. www
  8. Physica A 274/1–2 (1999), special issue, edited by A. Gadomski, J. Kertesz, H.E. Stanley and N. Vandewalle. www
  9. ”Applications of Statistical Physics”, Proceedings of the International Workshop, 19-22 May 1999, Budapest, Hungary, edited by A. Gadomski, J. Kertesz, H.E. Stanley and N. Vandewalle, North-Holland, Amsterdam, 2000, pp. 400; see also: A. Gadomski, ”Ze Zjazdów i Konferencji”, Postępy Fizyki, Vol. 52/2 (2000) 98-99. www
  10. A. Gadomski, ”Kinetic approach to the nucleation-and-growth phase transition in complex systems”, Nonlinear Phenomena in Complex Systems (NPCS), 3/4 321 (2000) (a review paper). PDF
  11. M. Niemiec, A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”Kinetics of three-dimensional normal grain growth”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 32/2 581 (2001). PDF
  12. M. Niemiec, A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”Evolution of a grain system: From early to late stages”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 32/5 1513 (2001). PDF
  13. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, J. J. Uher, ”Constrained RandomWalk of a carrier in two-dimensional site-percolation lattice, exemplified by virtual and real world scenarios”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 32/5 1541 (2001). PDF
  14. A. Gadomski, ”Multilineal random patterns evolving subdiffusively in square lattice”, Fractals Vol. 9, (invited paper), to appear; there will be also another dissemination of the publication results by means of a book ”Scaling and Disordered Systems”, ed. by M. Daoud, F. Family, H. J. Herrmann, H. E. Stanley, World Scientific, Singapore, 2002, pp. 233-241. PDF
  15. A. Gadomski, M. Cyrankiewicz, ”Model multilineal pattern formation: A computer experiment”, Computational Methods in Science and Technology, 7/2 75 (2001). PDF
  16. J. J. Uher, A. Gadomski, ”Transport of information carriers in a model disordered structure” in ”Symulacja w Badaniach i Rozwoju”, ed. by J. Rybicki, A. Tylikowski, Gdańsk–Sobieszewo 2001, 389–392 (in Polish).
  17. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, “Kinetics of protein crystal growth in mass convection regime”, Crystal Research & Technol. 37 281 (2002). PDF
  18. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, ”Statistical theory of normal grain growth revisited”, Acta Phys. Polon. B 33/4 1131 (2002). PDF
  19. A. Gadomski, “Curvature effects in clusters grown in a 2D discrete space: An algebraic approach”, Intern. J. Mod. Phys. C 13/9 1285-1299 (2002). www
  20. Intern. J. Mod. Phys. C 13/9 (2002) ”Stochastic Processes Applied to Complex Systems: Computational Endeavors vs Conceptual Frontiers”, special issue ed. by A. Gadomski, tentatively to appear in Nov. 2002. www
  21. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, ”A novel model of protein crystal growth: Kinetic limits, length scales, and a role of double–layer”, Croat. Chem. Acta 76 (2) 129-136 (2003). PDF + erratum
  22. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, “(Bio)Polymer Crystallization in Water-Containing Environments under Complex Conditions”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Food Rheology and Structure, Zurich 9-13.02.2003, Switzerland. PDF
  23. A. Gadomski, J. Łuczka, R. Rudnicki, ”Finite volume effects in a model grain growth”, Physica A 325/1-2 284-291 (2003). PDF
  24. J. M. Rubí, A. Gadomski, ”Nonequilibrium thermodynamics vs model grain growth: derivation and some physical implications”, Physica A 326/3-4 333-343 (2003). PDF
  25. A. Gadomski, J.M. Rubí, ”On the two principal curvatures as potential barriers in a model of complex matter agglomeration”, Chemical Physics 293/2 169-177 (2003). PDF
  26. A. Gadomski, J. M. Rubí, J. Łuczka, M. Ausloos, ”On temperature- and space-dimension dependent matter agglomeration in a mature growing stage”, Chemical Physics, 310/1-3 153-161 (2005). PDF
  27. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, ”On the elastic contribution to crystal growth in complex environments”, Physica Statu Solidi B 242/3 538-549 (2005). PDF
  28. A. Gadomski, M. Ausloos, ”Agglomeration/aggregation and chaotic behavior in d-dimensional spatio-temporal matter rearrangements. Number-theoretic aspects.” in ”The Logistic Map and the Route to Chaos: From the Beginning to Modern Applications”, ed. by M. Ausloos, M. Dirickx, Springer Series Understanding Complex Systems, Chap. 16, pp. 275-294 (2006). PDF
  29. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, I.Santamaría-Holek, J. M. Rubí, M. Ausloos, ”Kinetics of growth process controlled by mass-convective fluctuations and finite-size curvature effects”, Acta Physica Polonica B 36/5 1537-1559 (2005). PDF
  30. A. Gadomski, M. Dressler, I.Santamaría-Holek, J. M. Rubí, ”Soft material formation in terms of a coupled matter migration-and-relaxation picture: a synchronous mode”, Materials Science-Poland 24/4 935-949 (2006). PDF
  31. A. Gadomski, N. Kruszewska, M. Ausloos, J. Tadych, ”On the harmonic – mean property of model dispersive systems emerging under mononuclear, mixed and polynuclear path conditions”, Springer’s Lecture Notes in Applied Mathematics, Part II Transport in Biological Systems, 283-296 (2007). PDF
  32. J. Siódmiak, A. Gadomski, ”Computer model of biopolymer crystal growth and aggregation by addition of macromolecular units – a comparative study”, Int. J. Modern Phys. C 17/7 1037-1054 (2006). PDF
  33. A. Gadomski, ”Kinetic-thermodynamic effects accompanying model protein-like aggregation: the wave-like limit and beyond it”, Physica A 373 43-57 (2007). PDF
  34. J. Siódmiak, A. Gadomski, E. Pechkova, C. Nicolini ”Computer model of a lysozyme crystal growth with/without nanotemplate – a comparison”, Int. J. Modern Phys. C 17/9 1359-1366 (2006). PDF
  35. I.Santamaría-Holek, J. M. Rubí, A. Gadomski ”Thermokinetic approach of single particles and clusters involving anomalous diffusion under viscoelastic response”, J. Phys. Chem. B 111/9 2293-2298 (2007). PDF
  36. N. Kruszewska, A. Gadomski ”Towards a 2D model biopolymer polycrystalline aggregation based on Smoluchowski dynamics supplemented by computer experiment”, Acta Physica Polonica B 38/5 1819-1836 (2007). PDF
  37. Z. Pawlak, J. Kotynska, Z. A. Figaszewski, A. Oloyede, A. Gadomski, A. Gudaniec, ”Impact of the charge density of phospholipid bilayers on lubrication of articular cartilage surfaces”, J. Achiev. Mater. Manufact. Engng 23/1 47-50 (2007). PDF
  38. A. Gadomski, N. Kruszewska,  I. Santamaría-Holek, J. J. Uher, Z. Pawlak, A. Oloyede, E. Pechkova, C. Nicolini, ”Can modern statistical mechanics unravel some practical problems encountered in model biomatter aggregations emerging in internal- and external-friction conditions?”, Chapter to a Book on Statistical Mechanics, to be published by Nova Sci. Publ., Inc., New York 2007/2008. PDF , www
  39. A. Gadomski ”Soft-material dissipative formation by a Kramers-type picture”, Research Letters in Materials Science 2007 (2007), Article ID 71642, 4 pages. www
  40. Z. Pawlak, J. Kotynska, Z. A. Figaszewski, A. Gadomski, A. Gudaniec, A. Oloyede, ”A biochemical model for characterising the surface-active phospolipid bilayer of articular cartilage relative to acid-base equilibrium”, Archives of Materials Science and Engineering 29/1 24-29 (2008). PDF
  41. A. Gadomski, Z. Pawlak, A. Oloyede, ”Directed Ion Transport as Virtual Cause of Some Facilitated Friction-Lubrication Mechanism Prevailing in Articular Cartilage”, Tribology Lett. 30/2 (2008) 83-90. PDF
  42. J. Siódmiak, J. J. Uher, I. Santamaría-Holek, N. Kruszewska, A. Gadomski , ”On the protein crystal formation as an interface-controlled process with prototype ion-channeling effect”, J. Biol. Phys. 33/4 (2007) 313-329. (SpringerLink Date: Wednesday, July 02, 2008). PDF
  43. J. Siódmiak, A. Gadomski, ”Growing lysozyme crystals under variety of physicochemical conditions – a computer modelling”, J. Noncryst. Solids 354/35-39 (2008) 4221-4226 PDF
  44. A. Gadomski, “On the Formation of Crystalline Microstructures of Monolayers Seen in Terms of Qualitative Diffusion-Type Models at Mesoscale”, Technical Physics Letters 34/9 (2008) 803-805. PDF; Published in Russian in Pis’ma v Zhurnal Tekhnicheskoi Fiziki, 34/18 (2008) 70–75. PDF (in Russian)
  45. A. Gadomski, “Simple example of structure versus property relationship applied to a reduced-friction biosystem, a quite personal opinion”, Biosystems  94 (2008) 215-217. PDF
  46. A. Gadomski,”On the spherical prototype of a complex dissipative late-stage formation seen in terms of least action Vojta–Natanson principle”, Biosystems 94 (2008) 242-247. PDF
  47. N. Kruszewska, A. Danch, W. Zielińka-Danch, E. Wieczorek, W. Sułkowski, A. Gadomski, “Supermolecular structure formation of PMP membranes: Theoretical argumentation in terms of the experimental evidences“, Materials Science and Engineering B 163 (2009) 105–113. PDF
  48. A. Gadomski, Comment – EPL, 89 (2010) 40002 – on “How skew distributions emerge in evolving systems” by Choi M. Y. et al. (PDF) and Reply to Comment.
  49. Z. Pawlak, Z. A. Figaszewski, A. Gadomski, W. Urbaniak, A. Oloyede, “The ultra-low friction of the articular surface is pH-dependent and is built on a hydrophobic underlay including a hypothesis on joint lubrication mechanism”, Tribol. Int. 43 (2010) 1719-1725. PDF
  50. N. Kruszewska, A. Gadomski, “Revealing sol-gel type main effects by exploring a molecular cluster behavior in model in-plane amphiphilic aggregations”, Physica A (2010), DOI: 10.1016/j.physa.2010.04.012. PDF
  51. J. Siódmiak, I. Santamaría-Holek, A. Gadomski, ” On morphological selection rule of noisy character applied to model (dis)orderly protein formations”, J. Chem. Phys. 132 (2010) 195103. PDF
  52. I. Santamaría-Holek, A. Gadomski, J. M. Rubí,”Controlling protein crystal growth rate by means of temperature”, J. Phys.: Cond. Matt. 23 (2011) 235101. PDF
  53. I. Santamaría-Holek, R. Lugo-Frías, R. F. Rodríguez, A. Gadomski, “Mesoscopic Thermodynamics in the Presence of Flow” – Chapter 5 to a book “Thermodynamics, vol. 3” by InTech (Rijeka, Croatia) pp. 105-130 (2011), open-access publisher. PDF
  54. A. Gadomski, N. Kruszewska, “On clean grain-boundaries involving growth of nonequilibrium crystalline-amorphous superconducting materials addressed by a phenomenological viewpoint”,  Eur. Phys. J. B 85, 416 (2012). www, PDF
  55. J. Siódmiak, A. Gadomski , ”Model lysozyme crystal versus aggregate (un)confined formation as viewed by recent theory aided by computer experiment” in Synchrotron Radiation and Structural Proteomics Pan Stanford Series on Nanobiotechnology – Volume 3 by Eugenia Pechkova and Christian Riekel (ESRF, Grenoble, France) Pub Date: Winter 2012. PDF
  56. Z. Pawlak, W. Urbaniak, A. Gadomski, K. Q. Yusuf, I. O. Afara, A. Oloyede, “The role of lamellate phospholipid bilayers in lubrication of joints”, Acta Bioeng. Biomech. 14/4 (2012)  101-106. www (poz. 11), PDF
  57. P. Bełdowski, A. Gadomski, “Modelowanie dysfunkcji chrząstki stawowej – propozycja fizykochemicznych i mechanicznych miar jej zużycia”, w Materiały konferencyjne XI Seminarium Naukowego Mechanika w Medycynie, 13-14.IX.2012 Rzeszów, str. 5-12. PDF
  58. N. Kruszewska, P. Weber, A. Gadomski, K. Domino, “A method of mechanical control of structure-property relationship in grains-containing material systems”, Acta Phys. Polonica B 44, 1049 (2013) PDF
  59. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, I. Santamaría-Holek, “On the origin of the phase–space diffusion limit in (dis)ordered protein aggregation”, Physica A 392 (2013) 3155–3167. PDF
  60. A. Gadomski, P. Bełdowski, J. M. Rubì, W. Urbaniak, W. K. Augé II, I. Santamarìa-Holek, Z. Pawlak, “Some conceptual thoughts toward nanoscale oriented friction in a model of articular cartilage”, Math. Biosci. 244 (2013) 188-200. PDF
  61. A. Gadomski, P. Bełdowski, W. K. Augé II, J. Hładyszowski, Z. Pawlak, W. Urbaniak, “Toward a governing mechanism of nanoscale articular cartilage (physiologic) lubrication: Smoluchowski-type dynamics in amphiphile proton channels”, Acta Phys. Pol. B 44/8 (2013) 1801-1820. PDF
  62. P. Bełdowski, A. Gadomski, I. Wilczyńska, W. K. Augé II, “Discussion of nanoscale friction – lubrication effects on model articulating systems”, Current Topics in Biophysics 36 (2013) (suppl B), 5-18. PDF
  63. A. Gadomski, N. Kruszewska,”Thermodiffusion as a close-to-interface effect that matters in non-isothermal (dis)orderly protein aggregations “, Physics Letters A 378 (2014) 2881-2887. PDF
  64.  A. Gadomski, “Three types of computational soft-matter problems revisited, an own-selection-based opinion”, Front. Phys. 2/36 (2014) 1-4. www , PDF
  65. M. Ausloos, A. Gadomski, N. K Vitanov, “Primacy and ranking of UEFA soccer teams from biasing organization rules”, Phys. Scr. 89 (2014) 108002. PDF
  66. M. Ausloos, R. Cloots, A. Gadomski, N. K. Vitanov, “Ranking structures and Rank-Rank Correlations of Countries. The FIFA and UEFA case”, Int. J. Mod. Phys. C (2014) DOI: 10.1142/S0129183114500600 [Online Ready] www ,PDF-arXiv
  67. W. K. Augé II, K. Ganguly, P. M. Goodwin, A. Gadomski, R. J. Gehlert, “Lipid distribution in human knee and hip articular cartilage correlated to tissue surface roughness and surface active phospholipid layer presence: evidence of cooperative interfacial lipid delivery mechanisms”, Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 2 (2014) Supplement S312–S313. www
  68. P. Bełdowski, W. K. Augé II, A. Gadomski, “Nanoscale friction requirements for the boundary lubrication behavior of model articulating systems reflecting multiscale observation” in Current Topics in Quantum Biology Ed. by K. Michalak and H. Nawrocka-Bogusz, pp. 79-93 (2014), WN UAM Poznań, ISBN 978-83-232-2775-5. PDF
  69. A. Gadomski, “Multilevel-interaction friction procedure applicable in case of two opposing surfaces competing with one another – A gedanken experiment”, Physics Essays 28, 4 (2015) 650-653. PDF
  70. A. Gadomski, J. Hładyszowski, “On Two Opposing (Bio)Surfaces as Comprehended in Terms of an Extension of the Coulomb – Amontons Law of Friction with Its Virtual Usefulness for Biotribology at the Nanoscale”, Biophysics, 60/6 (2015) 992–996. (Original Russian Text © A. Gadomski, J. Hladyszowski, 2015, published in Biofizika, 2015, Vol. 60, No. 6, pp. 1191–1197.) PDF
  71. P. Bełdowski, R.G. Winkler, J. Hładyszowski, S. Jung, A. Gadomski, “Shape Change of Micelles Dragged with Constant Velocity as Addressed in Terms of Biolubrication Application”, Acta Physica Polonica A, 129 (2016) 188-189. PDF
  72. A. Gadomski, P. Bełdowski, L. Martínez-Balbuena, I. Santamaría-Holek, Z. Pawlak, “Unravelling a self-healing thermo– and hydrodynamic mechanism of transient pore’s late-stage closing in vesicles, and related soft-matter systems, in terms of liaison between surface-tension and bending effects”, Acta Physica Polonica B, 47 (2016) 1341-1355. PDF
  73. Z. Pawlak, A. Gadomski, M. Sojka, W. Urbaniak, P. Bełdowski, “The amphoteric effect on friction between the bovine cartilage/cartilage surfaces under slightly sheared hydration lubrication mode”, Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 146 (2016) 452–458. PDF
  74. P. Bełdowski, R.G. Winkler, W.K. Augé II, J. Hładyszowski, A. Gadomski, “Micelle Confined in Aqueous Environment: Lubrication at the Nanoscale and Its Nonlinear Characteristics” in Dynamical Systems: Modelling, Springer 2016. PDF
  75. S. Jung, A. Petelska, P. Bełdowski, W. K. Augé II, T. Casey, D. Walczak, K. Lemke, A. Gadomski, “Hyaluronic Acid-Phospholipid Interactions Useful for Repaired Articular Cartilage Surfaces”, Colloid and Polymer Science, 295 (2017) 403-412. PDF
  76. A. Gadomski, M. Ausloos, T. Casey, “Dynamical Systems Theory in Quantitative Psychology and Cognitive Science: A Fair Discrimination between Deterministic and Statistical Counterparts is Required”, Nonlin. Dynam. Psychol. Life Sci., 21/2 (2017) 129-141. PDF
  77. J. Siódmiak, P. Bełdowski, W. K. Augé II, D. Ledziński, S. Śmigiel, A. Gadomski, Molecular Dynamic Analysis of Hyaluronic Acid and Phospholipid Interaction in Tribological Surgical Adjuvant Design for Osteoarthritis”, Molecules 22/9 (2017) 1436-1457. www
  78. P. Bełdowski, P. Weber, T. Andrysiak, W. K. Augé, D. Ledziński, T. De Leon, A. Gadomski, “Anomalous Behavior of Hyaluronan Crosslinking Due to the Presence of Excess Phospholipids in the Articular Cartilage System of Osteoarthritis”, Int. J. Mol. Sci. 18/12 (2017) 2779-2794. www
  79. P. Bełdowski, T. Andrysiak, A. Mreła, Z. Pawlak, W. K. Augé, A. Gadomski, “The Anomalies of Hyaluronan Structures in Presence of Surface Active Phospholipids – Molecular Mass Dependence”, Polymers 10/3 (2018), 273-283. www
  80. A. Gadomski, J. Cyran, “Note on appearance of zigzak type self similarity in flying bird flocks performing directional collective motions in mild – weather conditions”,  Curr. Top. Biophys. 41 (2018) 5-9. www, PDF
  81. A. Gadomski, N. Kruszewska, P. Bełdowski, B. Lent, M. Ausloos, “Tribute to Marian Smoluchowski’s legacy on soft grains assembly and hydrogel formation”, Acta Phys. Pol. B, 49 (2018) 993- 1005. www (PDF)
  82. P. Bełdowski, N. Kruszewska, S. Yuvan, Z. Dendzik, T. Goudoulas, A. Gadomski, “Capstan-like mechanism in hyaluronan-phospholipid systems”, Chem Phys Lipids, 216 (2018), 17-24. www (PDF)
  83. P. Weber, P. Bełdowski, M. Bier, A. Gadomski, “Entropy Production Associated with Aggregation into Granules in a Subdiffusive Environment”, Entropy 20/9 (2018), 651-655. www (PDF)
  84. P. Bełdowski, P. Weber, A. Dedinaite, P. Claesson, A. Gadomski, “Physical crosslinking of hyaluronic acid in the presence of phospholipids in an aqueous nano-environment”, Soft Matter 14/44 (2018), 8997-9004. www
  85. P. Bełdowski, P. Weber, T. De Leon, W. K. Auge, A. Gadomski, “Fractional Calculus Evaluation of Hyaluronic Acid Crosslinking in a Nanoscopic Part of Articular Cartilage Model System”, in Dynamical Systems in Theoretical Perspective, Springer, 2018. www
  86. A. Gadomski, N. Kruszewska, P. Bełdowski, “Temperature dependent volume expansion of microgel in nonequilibria”, Eur. Phys. J. B 91 (2018), 237-243. www (PDF)
  87. A. Gadomski, J. Cyran, “Note on appearance of zigzak type self similarity in flying bird flocks performing directional collective motions in mild-weather conditions”, Curr. Top. Biophys. 41 (2018), 5-9. www (PDF)
  88. A. Gadomski, “On (sub)mesoscopic scale peculiarities of diffusion driven growth in an active matter confined space, and related (bio)material realizations”, Biosystems 176 (2019), 56-58. www (PDF)
  89. A. Gadomski, M. Bier, J. Siódmiak, “Spatiotemporal models in biology and the health sciences”, Biosystems 179 (2019), 15-16. www (PDF)
  90. A. Gadomski, N. Kruszewska, J. M. Rubi, “Derivation of the refractive index of lipid monolayers at an air-water interface”, Optical Materials 93 (2019), 1-5. www (PDF)
  91. P. Weber, P. Bełdowski, K. Domino, D. Ledziński, A. Gadomski, “Changes of Conformation in Albumin with Temperature by Molecular Dynamics Simulations”, Entropy 22/4 (2020), 405-426. www (PDF)
  92. A. Gadomski, P. Bełdowski, “Nanoscale lubrication in biosystems as rationalized in terms of fractons and spectral-mechanical properties of networked biopolymers in ionic solutions”, Acta Phys. Pol. B 52/10 (2021), 1263-1281. www


over 100 Contributions (Abstracts, Notes, etc.) to Scientific Meetings.

Other publications:

  1. A. Gadomski, ”Czochralski’s contribution: 50 years on”, Europhys. News 35/1 20 (2004). www
  2. A. Gadomski, ”Jan Czochralski: An outstanding experimenter with very chemical skills, and his contribution 50 years after he passed away”, Chemik 1 26 (2004). www
  3. J. Siódmiak, A. Gadomski, ”Od metody wyznaczania szybkości krystalizacji metali do nowoczesnej technologii otrzymywania kryształów półprzewodnikowych i białkowych (From a method of determination of the crystallization speed to the modern technology of growing semiconductor and protein crystals)”, Chemik 10 535 (2005). www, PDF
  4. A. Gadomski, ”Pierre-Gilles de Gennes (1932-2007)”, Postępy Fizyki 58/6 279 (2007). www, PDF
  5. “Editorial introduction to the special issue on bio(nano)materials with structure–property relationship”, Biosystems 94 191-192 (2008). www, PDF
  6. A. Gadomski, Z. Pawlak, “Biotrybologiczne i molekularnoagregacyjne aspekty tarcia i smarowania w chrząstkach stawowych: model w konfrontacji z eksperymentem i zastosowaniem praktycznymwww, a także w publikacji pt. “Laureaci konkursu. Cudze chwalicie, swego nie znacie. Promocja osiągnięć nauki polskiej” (Innovatio Press, Lublin, 2010, ISBN 978-83-62074-16-7), str. 76-84.
  7. A. Gadomski, “Jan Czochralski, the pioneer of crystal research”, Europhys. News 42/5 22-24 (2011). www
  8. A. Gadomski, “Jak przemawiają do (bio)fizyka drzewa?”, Moja Fizyka 27 (2012). www , PDF
  9. A. Gadomski. “Dyskusja wybranego zagadnienia z zakresu pogranicza filozofii i nauk szczegółowych na jednym wybranym przykładzie oparta“, Roczniki Filozoficzne Tom LX nr 2 181-184 (2012). PDF
  10. A. Gadomski, “On Some Striking Example of Jan Czochralski, and His Scientific Achievements, Allowing to Underline His Year 2013 in Poland “, Roczniki Filozoficzne 61/4 (2013) 137-149. www-CEJSH (The Central European Journal Of Social Sciences And Humanities), www (Roczniki Filozoficzne) , PDF
  11. A. Gadomski, “A semianalytic study on: To what extent metal science wins over chemistry (or, vice versa) when based on some illuminating example of Jan Czochralski while celebrating his Year 2013 in Poland?”, Chemik 68/5 (2014) 500-504. PDF
  12. Z. Pawlak, A. Gadomski, M. Hagner-Derengowska, W. Urbaniak, P. Bełdowski, “A lamellar–repulsive mechanism of lubrication of natural joints” on 2015 STLE Annual Meeting & Exhibition, May 17-21 2015, Dallas, Texas, USA. PDF
  13. B. Lent, A. Gadomski, “Modelling Complex Projects and Their Manager’s Behavior with Cybernetic and Nonlinear Dynamic Systems Theory (NDS)” on 2nd International Conference on Advanced Materials Science and Environment Engineering (AMSEE 2017), ISBN: 978-1-60595-475-2 PDF
  14. A. Gadomski, S. Zielińska-Raczyńska, “Information and Statistical Measures in Classical vs. Quantum Condensed-Matter and Related Systems”. Entropy 22(6) (2020) 645. www
  15. A. Gadomski, “Current overview of the Role of Water in Biomechanical and Related Systems“. Research Notes Letter, 4/2 (2021) 15-16. PDF



    1. A. Gadomski, J. Siódmiak, “Biofizyka”, Wydawnictwa Uczelniane Uniwersytetu Technologiczno-Przyrodniczego w Bydgoszczy, 2013, ISBN: 978-83-61314-39-4
    2. A. Gadomski, “Wprowadzenie do bionanomechaniki”, Wydawnictwa Uczelniane Uniwersytetu Technologiczno-Przyrodniczego w Bydgoszczy, 2014, ISBN: 978-83-64235-44-3
    3. A.Gadomski (Ed.), “Multiscale (Loco)motion Toward Its Active-Matter Addressing Physical Principles”, Wydawnictwa Uczelniane Uniwersytetu Technologiczno-Przyrodniczego w Bydgoszczy, 2019, ISBN: 978-83-65603-96-8. PDF. Komentarz do monografii PDF.
    4. A.Gadomski and S. Zielińska-Raczyńska (Eds.), “Condensed-Matter-Principia Based Information & Statistical Measures – From Classical to Quantum”, MDPI Basel, 2020, ISBN 978-3-03936-746-7 (Hbk); ISBN 978-3-03936-747-4 (PDF). www, PDF.
    5. A. Gadomski (Ed.), “Water in Biomechanical and Related Systems”, Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021, ISSN 2211-0593 ISSN 2211-0607 (electronic), Biologically-Inspired Systems, ISBN 978-3-030-67226-3 ISBN 978-3-030-67227-0 (eBook), https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-67227-0. www, PDF.