Milosz Przyjalgowski has M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering and Ph.D. in Experimental Physics from National University of Ireland Galway. His doctoral research was concerned with the development of high end fluorescence lifetime instrumentation for life and material science applications. He then took a post with National Centre Laser Applications where he worked on a range of industry related projects. In July 2009 Dr. Przyjalgowski took up his current post as Research Fellow in Centre for Advanced Photonics & Process Analysis (CAPPA) at Cork Institute of Technology. In this role Milosz has been instrumental in securing funding and also a lead scientist on Innovation Partnerships, resulting in a successful technology transfers as well as numerous Innovation Vouchers and projects directly funded by industry.