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Daniel Simsa
Daniel Simsa

Daniel Simsa

Senior Lecturer
Luleå University of Technology
Applied Physics
Materials Science
Department of Engineering Sciences and Mathematics
E186 Luleå


Several space observatories or space probes provide observations of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus or Neptune’s atmospheres. To explain the measurements and determine the atmospheres’ composition, thermodynamics and chemistry, it is often necessary to understand the collision-induced absorption (CIA). The collision complexes are responsible for a significant part of the absorption and cannot be omitted in the explanation of infrared and microwave spectra.
In our project we aim to provide a quantum mechanical description of CIA of H2 – H2 and H2 – He complexes and increase the accuracy of existing models.


Article in journal

In vitro Evaluation of Biofilm Biomass Dynamics (2021)

Gryndler. M, Gryndlerová. H, Hujslová. M, Bystrianský. L, Malinská. H, Šimsa. D, et al.
Microbiology (Mikrobiologija), Vol. 90, nr. 5, s. 656-665
Article in journal

Quasiclassical approach to quantum quench dynamics in the presence of an excited-state quantum phase transition (2021)

Kloc. M, Šimsa. D, Hanák. F, Kaprálová-Žďánská. P, Stránský. P, Cejnar. P
Physical Review A: covering atomic, molecular, and optical physics and quantum information, Vol. 103, nr. 3