List of our projects with coordinators


Working with ionizing radiation requires continuous exposure control employees, which is the area of interest in dosimetry. We work in the studio works related to new dosimetry techniques and research materials for their use in this field. 

We are currently conducting projects regarding:
  • Thermoluminescent dosimetry of eye lenses -  Iwona Słonecka
  • Applications of Bayesian statistics in biological dosimetry
  • Electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy in applications dosimetry of ionizing radiation - Dariusz Aksamit
  • 3D printing in radiotherapy - Dariusz Aksamit

Monte Carlo Modeling

In the studio, we use Monte Carlo methods to model impact ionizing radiation with matter in the context of nuclear physics applications, e.g. nuclear medicine.

We are currently working on:
  • Determination of the cross-sections dependence on the radiation effect gamma with matter


Radon is an odorless radioactive noble gas formed in as a result of the decay of radium, and radium in turn occurs in every natural series radioactive. Radon (actually its short-lived decay products) is main source of ionizing radiation dose received by statistical inhabitant of Poland (about 50% of the dose from natural sources, about 40% total dose).

Muon Scattering Tomography

Muon Scattering Tomography (MST) uses cosmic radiation to generate three-dimensional images based on scattering muons on the atoms of the center. By measuring muon trajectories before entering the building and after  leaving it is possible to determine the distribution sample density.

Due to the high permeability of muons, MST allows imaging of objects of greater thickness and density than X-ray tomography. MST found wide application, among others in detecting smuggling of radioactive materials and non-destructive testing of the contents of processed waste packages radioactive (i.e. barrel contents, in which the waste is flooded with concrete). We work with a group from the University of Bristol to prepare, for the needs the MST system developed there, the algorithm for material detection with low mass numbers (e.g. air or other gas bubbles) in packages initially processed radioactive waste. 

For more information, please contact Daniel Kikoła