Our Team

Dr Daniel Brown


Daniel is a successful serial entrepreneur, who co-founded APR Smartlogik, a business which he built up to 50 people and revenues of $6m, winning the Times Innovation Award in 2001 and NLB Visionary Design Award in 2003. He is an inventor with a range of patents, the author of several books and over thirty papers, a guest lecturer and Entrepreneur in Residence at University College London, and a high-profile global speaker and media commentator on Information Systems. He is a director of MegaNexus Ltd, a social networking company.

Professor Jonathan Tennyson FRS


Massey Professor of Physics, and former Head of UCL’s Department of Physics & Astronomy (04-11), Jonathan is the leader of a large and successful research team Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics and Astrophysics research group (TAMPA)  studying a wide range of problems in the physics of molecules, which currently contains about 25 people. He is the author of over 500 papers in scientific literature as well as a number of popular articles and books. Jonathan has developed methods for studying electron molecule collisions for over twenty years. His group also studies the way molecules absorb and emit light with particular emphasis on processes important for astrophysics and the Earth’s atmosphere.

Anna Dzarasova


Anna joined Quantemol in August 2010. She has a unique combination of two masters degrees, one in Physics and another in Marketing which combines her commercial and technical skills. With 6 years of experience in business development and over 15 years of sales experience, Anna was appointed as CEO in August 2017. Anna is responsible for leading the development and execution of Quantemol’s long-term strategy with a view to creating shareholder value, managing the overall operations and resources of the company, and the timely execution of projects. She is the main point of communication between the board of directors and staff and maintains a keen awareness of Quantemol’s industry and market. You can always get in contact with her if you have questions regarding Quantemol via anna@quantemol.com.

Dr Sebastian Mohr


Dr Sebastian Mohr has joined the Quantemol team as an expert plasma physicist and specialist in HPEM in June 2014 and was promoted to CTO in March 2018. He has obtained his PhD degree at the Institute for Plasma and Atomic Physics, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, working on simulation and modeling of CCRF-discharges in hydrogen and hydrogen/silane with HPEM. Sebastian is working on various projects at Quantemol. He is interacting with customers to provide technical support, plasma physics consulting, also he is responsible for the implementation, debugging and documentation of new capabilities in the Quantemol-VT modeling expert system and QuantemolDB modelling capabilities. He is also supervising junior research staff.

Kateryna Lemishko


Kateryna Lemishko joined Quantemol as a Junior Scientist in November 2022. She obtained her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Chemistry at V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine) in 2011 and 2012 respectively. In 2014, she obtained a joint European master’s degree in Theoretical Chemistry and Computational Modeling at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) and the University of Perugia (Italy) under the Erasmus Mundus program. In 2020, Kateryna Lemishko completed her PhD in Biophysics at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Throughout her PhD research project carried out at the IMDEA Nanoscience Institute (Spain), she used Optical Tweezers to study at the single-molecule level the activity of the proteins involved in human mitochondrial DNA replication, as well as to study the dynamics of individual synthetic molecular shuttles under force.

Dr Greg Armstrong


Greg Armstrong is a theoretical atomic and molecular physicist who joined Quantemol as a Scientific Consultant in March 2023. He obtained his PhD at Queen’s University Belfast in 2011, working on laser-driven double ionization dynamics. He subsequently held postdoctoral positions at Los Alamos National Laboratory and Kansas State University before returning to Queen’s University in 2017. His main areas of expertise are attosecond photoionization and photodissociation, atomic structure, and electron collision processes. His recent research has focused on enabling time-dependent R-matrix codes to describe double photoionization, as well as ionization driven by arbitrarily-polarized laser fields. He now works on the development and application of the Quantemol Electron Collisions software.

Sam Giltrap


Sam Giltrap joined Quantemol as R&D Project Manager in March 2024. He obtained his PhD in Plasma Physics at Imperial College London in 2017, working with optically levitated targets for high-intensity laser-matter interactions. He has subsequently worked across industries most recently leading a high-tech optical R&D lab for a small startup spun out from the University of Cambridge. His expertise are in managing complex parallel projects, keeping the vision clear and the work on track. At Quantemol Sam is responsible for the planning and execution of project management services for physics-based software development projects, ensuring project goals are delivered on time and on budget.

Arsad Quraishi


Arsad Quraishi received MS (by Research) from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India in 2017 and Ph.D. from Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in 2021, both in aerospace engineering. Further, he worked as a research fellow in astronautics group, University of Southampton, UK. His research activities are focused on numerical and experimental investigations of plasma devices and development of miniaturized space propulsion thrusters. He has extensive expertise in investigating the physics of RF plasma discharge and propulsion systems as well as in numerical modelling. He is working as a scientific programmer and developing plasma modelling software.

Tagra Samir


In April 2024, Tagra Samir became a part of the Quantemol team as a Scientific Programmer. She completed her PhD in Plasma Physics from Dalian University of Technology in 2018, focusing on fluid modelling of low-temperature plasmas. After her PhD, Tagra took on a research Associate role at Ruhr University Bochum, where she delved into the complex dynamics of plasma-sheath boundaries using both analytical and numerical methods. Now at Quantemol, Tagra applies her expertise to further the development of plasma modelling software.

Hyungseon Song


 Hyungseon obtained his undergraduate in Electricity and Electronics at Sungkyunkwan University in 2014. He completed his PhD in Physics at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology in 2023, working with the numerical study on high-intensity laser-plasma interactions. Further, Hyungseon worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Korea Institute of Fusion Energy. At Quantemol Hyungseon is working as a Scientific Programmer and is developing plasma modelling software.

Zari Syed


Zari Syed joined Quantemol as a project coordinator and science communicator in June 2024. He obtained his master’s in Physics from the University of Leicester in 2022. With a background in space science and the creative industry, Zari brings a unique perspective to his role at Quantemol. His expertise in science communication allows him to effectively convey complex scientific concepts to a broader audience, fostering greater understanding and collaboration between industry experts and the public. Zari’s diverse experience enables him to bridge the gap between science and creativity, making scientific research more accessible and engaging.