Our research interests cover a wide range of condensed phase spectroscopy problems including various areas of solid state physics, photophysics and photochemistry. The scientific experience concerns synthesis and experimental analysis of optoelectronic and laser materials especially dielectric lattice doped with lanthanide and transition metal ions. Research focuses on optical spectroscopy at extreme conditions as high hydrostatic pressure and low temperatures. The principal objective of the research has been to study the guest/host interactions and their influence on the spectroscopic properties of the luminescent centres.

Theory of the radiative and non-radiative processes in localised states in solids, especially modelling the kinetics of radiative and nonradiative processes using quantum mechanical semi -phenomenological approaches. The most important contributions have been made to the theory of radiative processes in systems with strong electron-lattice coupling and theory of internal-conversion non-radiative processes.

Condensed Matter Spectroscopy Division

Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics
University of Gdansk

Wita Stwosza 57 Street
80-308 Gdańsk
tel.: + 48 58 523 20 27

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