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  • Theory of spin resonances and relaxation processes
  • Dynamics of liquids and glass forming systems
  • Spin relaxation processes incondensed matter and solids
  • Dynamics of macromolecular systems (like proteins, polymers
  • Transport properties in liquid and solid electrolytes
  • Relaxation processes in paramagnetic and superparamagnetic systems
  • Contrast agents for medical imaging

Our Team

Dr. Danuta Kruk

Experienced Researcher

Dr. Elzbieta Masiewicz

Experienced Researcher

Dr. Adam Kasparek

Experienced Researcher

Karol Kołodziejski

Early Stage Researcher


  • Bödenler, M., Basini, M., Casula, M. F., Umut, E., Gösweiner, C., Petrovic, A., Kruk, D., & Scharfetter, H. (2018). R1 dispersion contrast at high field with fast field-cycling MRI. Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 290, 68–75.
  • Kruk, D., Rochowski, P., Masiewicz, E., Wilczynski, S., Wojciechowski, M., Broche, L. M., & Lurie, D. J. (2019). Mechanism of Water Dynamics in Hyaluronic Dermal Fillers Revealed by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry. ChemPhysChem, 20(21), 2816–2822.
  • Masiewicz, E., Ashcroft, G. P., Boddie, D., Dundas, S. R., Kruk, D., & Broche, L. M. (2020). Towards applying NMR relaxometry as a diagnostic tool for bone and soft tissue sarcomas: a pilot study. Scientific Reports, 10(1), 1–11.
  • Pocan, P., Ilhan, E., Florek–Wojciechowska, M., Masiewicz, E., Kruk, D., & Oztop, M. H. (2021). Exploring the water mobility in gelatin based soft candies by means of Fast Field Cycling (FFC) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance relaxometry. Journal of Food Engineering, 294(December 2020).