Laboratory of Quantum Molecular Systems
kierownik zespołu:
Michał Tomza


mgr Anna Dawid
PhD Student, Faculty of Physics
mgr Jan Kwapisz
student, MISMaP
dr Mateusz Lisaj
mgr Michał Śmiałkowski
doktorant, Faculty of Chemistry
Paweł Wójcik
student, Faculty of Chemistry
Klaudia Zaremba-Kopczyk
student, Faculty of Physics

O laboratorium

We are an interdisciplinary group of theoretical chemists and physicists working on the intersection of theoretical atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics and quantum chemistry. We are primary interested in engineering novel controllable quantum molecular systems for both fundamental research and upcoming quantum technologies.
Research topics investigated in our group include:
  • Cold hybrid ion-neutral systems.
  • Formation, dynamics, and control of ultracold molecules.
  • Ultracold controlled collisions and chemical reactions.
  • Magnetically tunable Feshbach resonances in ultracold gases.
  • Quantum dynamics and simulations with quantum few-body systems.
  • Matter-light interactions and photochemistry.
We use and develop state-of-the-art ab initio electronic structure methods of quantum chemistry as well as computational approaches of atomic, molecular, and optical physics. We are also very open to and enjoy close collaborations with experimental groups.
Współpraca krajowa:

dr hab Zbigniew Idziaszek, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw
dr hab. Piotr Żuchowski, Faculty of Physics, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
dr Mariusz Semczuk, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw

Współpraca zagraniczna:

Prof. Maciej Lewenstein, ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Science, Barcelona, Spain
Prof. Christiane Koch, University of Kassel, Kassel, Germany
Prof. Roman Krems, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Prof. Mikhail Lemeshko, Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Vienna, Austria


Thursday, October 5, 2017 - 11:20

Michał Tomza, head of the Laboratory of Quantum Molecular Systems, is the winner of Falling Walls Lab Warsaw competition for short science-fiction...