Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Research Unit

Faculty of Science


We are an internationally established team that develops experimental, theoretical and computational research methods based on magnetic resonance phenomena and applies those methods to topical problems in molecular and materials sciences. Our particular strength is in the tight connection between state-of-the-art measurements and calculations. We have an open and encouraging working atmosphere and have a substantial track record in successful MCSA applications.

Research topics:

  • Laplace NMR methods and applications
  • Nuclear magneto-optic spectroscopy
  • Method development and applications of computational NMR

More information:

Professor Juha Vaara, (theory and computations)
Professor Ville-Veikko Telkki, (experimental NMR)


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Last updated: 2.4.2020