Magnetic resonance is one of the most powerful methods to study nano- and microscale structure and dynamics. The information from nuclear or electronic spins helps to understand, predict and modify mechanical, chemical and medical functionality over a diverse range of applications. Understanding and manipulation of the spin interactions is becoming more and more detailed by new experimental and information technologies.
We use numerical models for electromagnetic and mechanical optimization of sensor (NMR probehead) design. The probeheads are particularly customized for applications in structural biology, heterogeneous catalyses and battery materials. In the process a new class of electrolytes for high energy batteries materialized and is a subject of intensive study. Biomedical research is related to inhibition of Alzheimer fibrillations by phytopharmacoids. Our software development is related to the reliability of metabolomics data processing, and applied for example on early characterization of cardiovascular problems and treatment monitoring.