- Prof. dr hab. Czesław Kapusta
- MSc. Andrzej Lemański
- DSc. Janusz Przewoźnik
- Dr. Damian Rybicki
- Dr. Marcin Sikora
- Dr. Jan Żukrowski
- MSc. Kamila Biernacka
- MSc. Karolina Gąska
- MSc. Paulina Seremak-Peczkis
- MSc. Joanna Stępień
- MSc. Aleksandra Szkudlarek
- Łukasz Góra
- Jakub Korpała
- Wojciech Zajączkowski
- Magnetic and electronic properties of perovskites studied with NMR, Mossbauer Effect and
synchrotron radiation based X-ray spectroscopy techniques : XAFS, XMCD, XES, RIXS.
Materials studied: “colossal magnetoresistive” manganites, double perovskites, Ruthenium-hybrid cuprates Problems: charge- and spin dynamics, electronic and magnetic phase segregation, spin- and orbital moments of individual elements, influence of hydrostatic pressure and relation to the bulk magnetic and electronic transport properties of bulk samples and thin films.
- Individual site magnetic properties of expanded lattice intermetallics: RE - 3d compounds
containing light interstitial elements H, N, C.
Materials studied: RE2Fe17(N,C,H)x and RE2Fe14BHx permanent magnet materials,
REFe2Hx and REMn2Hx compounds Problems: individual site electronic and magnetic properties: magnetic moments and their coupling, individual site contributions to the magnetocrystalline anisotropy, impact of light interstitial atoms on these properties, influence of hydrostatic pressure and relation to the bulk magnetic and anisotropic properties.
- NMR spectrometer 1-600 MHz for study of magnetic materials, closed cycle refrigerator (3-300K), 7 Tesla superconducting magnet
- Quantum Design physical property measurement system, 9 Tesla, 2-400(900) K
- Open projects and collaborations with synchrotron light laboratories: ALS, Elettra, ESRF, HASYLAB
- Mossbauer spectrometers (constant acceleration) with: continuous flow cryostat (4.2-300K), closed cycle refrigerator (15-300K), high temperature furnace (300-1100K), top loading cryostat (4.2-300K), arc melting furnace, isotopes: 57Fe, 119Sn, 151Eu, 161Dy, 169Tm, cryostat for measurements with cooled 155Gd source
- Department of Physics University of St. Andrews, Scotland, UK
- Institute of Materials Research, University of Zaragoza, Spain
- Max Planck Institute for Metal Physics, Stuttgart, Germany
- Department of Pure & Applied Physics, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
- School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham, UK
- Van der Waals - Zeeman Institute, University of Amsterdam, Holland
- European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France
- Hasylab/DESY, Hamburg, Germany