Michal Repisky is a senior researcher at the University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway.
He received his Ph.D. degree from the Slovak Academy of Sciences in 2009 (supervisor Vladimir Malkin)
and spent 3 years as a postdoctoral fellow in Tromsø with Kenneth Ruud before being employed as a researcher
in the group of Prof. Ruud. His main research interests are development of modern relativistic ab-initio
electronic structure methods based on the four-component Dirac formalism for the study of molecular properties.
Additional interests include integral evaluation and high-performance computing.
In the ReSpect program, he is the main author of several libraries such as the integral library (InteRest),
the two-electron Fock builder (TwoFock), the SCF library (SCFun) and the XC potential builder within the
DFTLIB library. Among other activities, he is also responsible for developing and maintaining the parallelision
framework within ReSpect.