Mgr. Debora Lančová

Mgr. Debora Lančová

Personal Information

Education and academic qualification

  • Master: 2016 Computational Physics, Faculty of Philosophy and Science, Silesian University in Opava, Czech Republic

Teaching experience

  • Courses:
    Current – Optics (seminar tutor), Programming, Programming II, Fundamentals of Computer Physics, Parallel Computing in Physics, Astrophysical Laboratory
  • Bachelor/Master/Doctoral students: 1/0 (1 consultant)/0

Research experience

  • Research interests:
    Relativistic Astrophysics, Computational Astrophysics, Numerical Modelling of Astrophysical Phenomena, Physics of Black holes and Neutron Stars, Physics of Accretion, Programming (C, C++, Python), High Performance Computing
  • Papers in Impact Journals (WoS): 4
  • Citations without self-citations (WoS): 18
  • H-index (WoS): 4
  • Conference talks: more than 20 conference presentations or invited seminars
  • Scientific stays abroad:
    • Black Hole Initiative at Harvard University, MA, USA (August 2018)
    • CAMK, Warsaw, Poland (regular visits, long-term collaboration since 2018)
    • INAF, Rome, Italy (regular visits, long-term collaboration since 2016)
    • ISSI, Bern, Switzerland (regular visits, long-term collaboration since 2016)

Scientific projects

  • SGF/1/2020: Influence of magnetic field on the structure of thin accretion disk (PI)
  • 4000132152 ESA (PRODEX) – Enhanced X-ray Timing and Polarimetry (eXTP) (2020 – present)
  • SGS X/2022 Processes in vicinity of relativistic compact stars – models and observations (2022)
  • SGS/15/2016 The modeling and data of astrophysical processes in vicinity of relativistic compact stars
  • GAČR 17-16287S, Oscillations and coherent features in accretion disks around compact objects and their observational signatures, team member (2016 – 2019)
  • 03788/2017/RRC, Support of talented doctoral students at the Silesian University in Opava (2017 – 2020)
  • LTC18058 (INTER-COST), Neutron stars and Pulsars (2018 – 2021)
  • COST Action CA16214, STSM 40132: Investigating the Influence of Neutron Stars Bursting on the Thin Accretion Disc (2018)
  • LTI17018, INTER-EXCELLENCE Project, Promotion and Development of International Scientific Cooperation in Relativistic Astrophysics and Preparation of X-ray Space (2017 – 2020)
  • SGS/13/2019, Processes in vicinity of relativistic compact stars – models and observations (2019 – 2021)

Papers in Impact Journals – published in last 5 years (2017 – 2022)

  1. A. Kotrlová, E. Šrámková, G. Török, K. Goluchová, J. Horák, O. Straub, D. Lančová, Z. Stuchlík, and M. A. Abramowicz, Astronomy and Astrophysics, 643, A31, 2020
  2. P. Bakala, V. De Falco, E. Battista, K. Goluchová, D. Lančová, M. Falanga, and L. Stella, Physical Review D, 100, 104053, 2019
  3. D. Lančová, D. Abarca, W. Kluźniak, M. Wielgus, A. Saḑowski, R. Narayan, J. Schee, G. Török, and M. Abramowicz, The Astrophysical Journal, 884, L37, 2019
  4. V. De Falco, P. Bakala, E. Battista, D. Lančová, M. Falanga, and L. Stella, Physical Review D, 99, 023014, 2019
  5. G. Török, A. Kotrlová, M. Matuszková, K. Klimovičová, D. Lančová, G. Urbancová, and E. Šrámková, arXiv e-prints, arXiv:2203.04787, accepted for publication in The Astrophysical Journal, 2022
  6. M. Wielgus, D. Lančová, O. Straub, W. Kluźniak, R. Narayan, D. Abarca, A. Róźańska, F. Vincent, G. Török, and M. Abramowicz, arXiv e-prints, arXiv:2202.08831, submitted to MNRAS, 2022

Conference Organization

  • RAGTime: Workshop on black holes and neutron stars – LOC (2017 – 2021)
  • Opava MHD Workshop, November 2019
  • Seminars of the Institute of Physics (since 2019)