Hanuš Seiner is a Czech scientist and writer of science fiction short stories. He holds a PhD degree in applied physics and is currently employed as an associate professor at the Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. His research interests cover mainly mechanics of microstructures in advanced materials and laser-ultrasound experimental methods. Hanuš is married, has two kids, and lives in Pardubice, Czech Republic. He has published more than ten short stories, mostly combining elements of hard science fiction and space opera subgenres. His short stories appeared in Czech and Slovak SF magazines (Ikarie, XB-1, Jupiter) and in anthologies (“Mlok” book series, “Terra Nullius”).
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