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 (especially modeling fecundity selection under fluctuating environmental conditions) and Mathematics of Machine Learning. Click here to see the list of my papers and preprints.

Currently I am a post-doc at the University of Edinburgh. Previously I have been a post-doc at the 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.

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.