Research on processes occurring in biological systems
Studies of changes occurring in biological systems at the cellular and molecular level using sychrotron techniques, free electron lasers and classical X-ray sources. Development of laboratory systems for emission and absorption spectroscopy.
Determination of electron dynamics and electronic structure of atoms and molecules in energy related materials
Study of changes in the electronic structure of disordered systems using high energy resolution technics. Application of x-ray spectroscopy methods to study chemical processes in real time.
Investigation of fundamental and nonlinear X-ray interaction processes with matter
Investigation of X-ray interactions with matter and studying multiple ionization processes with the use of X-ray laser pulses. Development of methods and measurement systems for the diagnosis of the femtosecond X-ray pulses.
Spatial imaging of biological and environmental materials
Computer microtomography imaging and investigation of microstructures in complex systems with spectroscopic computer methods and methods using ion beams from a Van de Graaff accelerator.