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Mateusz Czyżycki, dr inż.

asystent

Wydział Fizyki i Informatyki Stosowanej
WFiIS-kfmb, Katedra Fizyki Medycznej i Biofizyki

[dyscyplina wiodąca] dziedzina nauk ścisłych i przyrodniczych / nauki fizyczne


[poprzednia klasyfikacja] obszar nauk ścisłych / dziedzina nauk fizycznych / fizyka


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PBN: 900717

OPI Nauka Polska

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Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 68, z ogólnej liczby 69 publikacji Autora


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  • Analytical capabilities and applications developed at the IAEA multi-purpose X-ray spectrometry end-station at the XRF beamline of Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste
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  • An IAEA multi‐technique X‐ray spectrometry endstation at Elettra Sincrotrone Trieste: benchmarking results and interdisciplinary applications
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  • Application of X-ray fluorescence and X-ray absorption microspecroscopies in biomedical research
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  • Application of X-ray fluorescence and X-ray absorption spectroscopic techniques in neurochemical research
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  • Argon ions deeply implanted in silicon studied by Rutherford/Elastic Backscattering and Grazing Incidence X-ray Fluorescence spectroscopy
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  • A comparative study on the total reflection X-ray fluorescence determination of low Z elements using X-ray tube and synchrotron radiation as excitation sources
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  • A cryogenic sample environment for X-ray microscopy of frozen hydrated biological tissue at the hard X-ray microprobe of beamline P06/PETRA III
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  • A Monte Carlo simulation of confocal X-ray fluorescence experiment
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  • A study of the influence of chemical environment on the $L_{i}$(i=1–3) subshell X-ray intensity ratios and the $L_{3}$ absorption-edge energy for some compounds of $_{66}Dy$ using synchrotron radiation
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  • Can tissue iron help us distinguish between different brain cancer malignancy grades?
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  • Cascade $M_i (i = 1–5)$ subshell X-ray emission at incident photon energies across the $L_j (j = 1–3)$ subshell absorption edges of $_{66}Dy$
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  • Chemistry of ovarian epithelial tumors investigated using X-ray based methods (XRF, TXRF, XANES)
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  • Combined micro-XRF and TXRF methodology for quantitative elemental imaging of tissue samples
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  • Combined use of infrared and hard X-ray microprobes for spectroscopy-based neuroanatomy
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  • Cryogenic analysis of frozen hydrated biological tissue at the hard X-ray micro-probe beamline at PETRA III
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  • Cryogenic analysis of frozen hydrated biological tissue at the hard X-ray micro-probe beamline P06 at PETRA III
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  • CR, Cu and Zn K-edge SR-TXRF-XANES of indoor aerosol samples at BESSYII and ELETTRA
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  • Depth-resolved chemical speciation of a $W-B_4C$ multilayer structure
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  • Depth profiling of element concentrations in stratified materials by confocal microbeam X-ray fluorescence spectrometry with polychromatic excitation
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  • Developing techniques for determining the spatial distribution, speciation and chemical environment of metallic elements in brain tissues affected by neurological discorders
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  • Development of a cryogenic sample environment for the analysis of biological tissue
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  • Direct deconvolution approach for depth profiling of element concentrations in multi-layered materials by confocal micro-beam X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy
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  • Direct deconvolution procedure for the quantification of multi-layer samples by confocal micro-XRF spectroscopy