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Kamilla's research interests began with modeling the absorption properties of molecular crystals at the Department of Theoretical Chemistry. She has been continuing research on the border of "theory and experience" in vibrational spectroscopy since doctoral studies, with particular emphasis on the coordination relationships of bioligands. She defended her PhD in chemistry in 2003 with the work "Application of molecular spectroscopy methods to determine the structures of oximes and their complex compounds with Ni (II) and Cu (II) ions". The ongoing research projects concern the interaction of molecules of bio / medical importance with the Ag and Au (SERS) surface as well as Raman mapping and IR imaging of biological material and wall painting.