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What is Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)? Journey through research projects and publications.

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Thursday, May 6, 2021

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09:00 AM Europe/Warsaw

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WEBINAR I 

During this presentation, you will learn about the history of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR), how the equipment developed through times and what obstacles must have been overcome to create a commercially used imager. You will hear about interesting research and projects carried by the world’s most famous scientists. See in which areas EPR was used and in which direction it is going right now.

Presenter

Dr. Mikołaj Baranowski

Dr. Mikołaj Baranowski is Assistant Professor, Head of the Physical and Digital Electronics Laboratory at Adam Mickiewicz University, and R&D Department manager in Novilet. Dr. Baranowski finished his postgraduate studies "Study of Modern Educational Methodology" at AMU. He gained his experience during his career as an academic lecturer. He was awarded with a Scholarship of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for “Outstanding Young Scientists”. He is an author of many articles and he is a holder of 6 patents (two in the USA, four in Poland). Three of his patents were implemented into the production. Since 2003 he was awarded with 20 prices. He is highly involved in the education of young students, he supervised many masters and engineers.

Dr. Baranowski is interested in radio spectroscopy techniques especially EPR. He has experience with the construction of low-frequency imagers. He also developed new measurement techniques and image reconstruction SPI.