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Extreme and violent Universe in high energies

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Numerical methods and supercomputer simulations in astrophysics

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Few words about me

I was born in Warsaw, Poland, and spent most of my life here. I studied astronomy at the Physics Department of the Warsaw University, and graduated with the thesis devoted to the X-ray observations of a black hole binary system in our Galaxy, Nova Muscae. My scientific career as a PhD student began at the Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center. During that time, I had couple pre-doctoral fellowships, in SISSA (Trieste, Italy), and at Harvard Center for Astrophysics (Boston, USA).

After my PhD, I had a short-term fellowship in Max Planck institute for Astronomy in Garching (Germany), but I moved back to Poland for medical reasons. Then I left to the US, to join the computational astrophysics group at the University of Nevada (Las Vegas) where I worked as a postdoctoral fellow, before coming back to Poland. Here I worked for almost three years as a research associate, while I had a tenure-track position at the Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center.

In September 2010, I joined the faculty at the Center for Theoretical Physics of the PAS in Warsaw. For 4 years, I served here as the Deputy Director for Science and General Affairs. Since 2013, I am leading the astrophysics group at CTP PAS.

The Project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange under the Foreign Promotion Programme

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