My main scientific interests lie in the intersection of Probability, Stochastic Analysis and Analysis of Partial Differential Equations. Most of my work is motivated by Mathematical Population Genetics. I am especially interested in modeling fecundity selection under fluctuating environmental conditions. Click here to see the list of my papers and preprints.

Currently I am post-doc at  Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences in Leipzig.

I have completed a DPhil (PhD) in Mathematics Programme at the University of Oxford under supervision of Alison Etheridge. My degree was pursued within EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Partial Differential Equations: Analysis and Applications. The first year of this 4-year programme is devoted to interdisciplinary training in Partial Differential Equations and closely related disciplines. The following three years are research-oriented.

I have obtained my Masters Degree from the University of Warsaw, where I have focused on Functional Analysis and Harmonic Analysis. My master thesis has been devoted to Keller-Segel model of chemotaxis (under supervision of Tomasz Cieślak and Michał Wojciechowski).

I used to co-organise the PDE CDT Lunchtime Seminar in Oxford. For the details of the upcoming seminars click here.

I am a reviewer for Electronic Journal of Probability and Annals of Applied Probability.