Dr Michał Tomza

Since December 2017 I am a research assistant professor at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw where I have established a new research group working on the theory of quantum molecular systems:

Laboratory of Quantum Molecular Systems

(this webpage is NOT longer updated since 2016) 

I work on the intersection of theoretical atomic, molecular, and optical physics and quantum chemistry.

I am interested in engineering controllable quantum molecular systems for both fundamental research (from precision measurements to quantum simulations and computations) and upcoming quantum technologies.

Research interests:

  • Formation, properties, interactions, dynamics and control of ultracold molecules in external fields
  • Ultracold quantum gases of atoms and molecules / Quantum control
  • Quantum dynamics and simulations with ultracold polar molecules in an optical lattice
  • Ab initio electronic structure calculations

Important publications:

  1. M. Tomza
    Energetics and control of ultracold isotope-exchange reactions between heteronuclear dimers in external fields
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 063201 (2015)
  2. M. Tomza, R. Gonzalez-Ferez, C. P. Koch, R. Moszynski
    Controlling magnetic Feshbach resonances in polar open-shell molecules with non-resonant light
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 113201 (2014)
  3. M. Tomza, K. W. Madison, R. Moszynski, R. Krems 
    Chemical reactions of ultracold alkali-metal dimers in the lowest-energy 3Sigma state
    Phys. Rev. A 88, 050701(R) (2013)

New systems:

  1. M. Tomza
    Ultracold magnetically tunable interactions without radiative charge transfer losses between Ca+, Sr+, Ba+, and Yb+ ions and Cr atoms
    Phys. Rev. A 92, 062701 (2015)
  2. M. Tomza, C. P. Koch, R. Moszynski
    Cold interactions between an Yb+ ion and a Li atom: Prospects for sympathetic cooling, radiative association, and Feshbach resonances
    Phys. Rev. A 91, 042706 (2015)
  3. M. Tomza
    Ab initio properties of the ground-state polar and paramagnetic europium--alkali-metal-atom and europium--alkaline-earth-metal-atom molecules 
    Phys. Rev. A 90, 022514 (2014)
  4. M. Tomza, F. Pawlowski, M. Jeziorska, C.P. Koch, R. Moszynski 
    Formation of ultracold SrYb molecules in an optical lattice by photoassociation spectroscopy: theoretical prospects
    Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 18893 (2011)