I'm a doctor of philosophy in physics who is passionate about statistical physics and its interdisciplinary applications.
I combine methods and theories from non-linear dynamics, non-equilibrium processes, and phase transitions to study various complex systems.
My work in this area includes mostly modelling and analysing socio-economic phenomena, like opinion dynamics, diffusion of innovation, or group formations.
I am also interested in energy forecasting based on time series methods and artificial neural networks.
I hold a BSc in Theoretical Physics and a MSc in Applied Mathematics with a speciality in Mathematics for Industry and Commerce from Wrocław University of Science and Technology. I work at the same university as a Physicist. Alongside my research and teaching activities, I collaborate with several scientific journals as a reviewer. This year, I also have the pleasure to be a member of the Program Committee at the International Conference on Complex Networks and their Applications.