I am a theoretical physicist working in the area of condensed matter physics at UMCS in Poland. Of particular interest to me are low dimensional structures, topological and strongly correlated electron systems, and questions of dynamics and thermalization in quantum mechanics. You can see some of the topics I am interested in here, or by taking a look at my publications, and you can email me here.
I also write an occasional blog on condensed matter physics and quantum physics called condensed matters.
Before moving to Lublin I worked in various places around the world. Following a PhD (2002-2006) in the theoretical physics group in The University of Birmingham I moved to Halle in Germnay working first at the Max-Planck Institute and then in the Institute of Physics at Martin-Luther-University. Staying in Germany for a while I worked in the Technical University of Kaiserslautern, then moved to France to work in the CEA in Saclay. After France I worked in Michigan State University in the US, before moving to Poland where I first worked for a while in Rzeszów University of Technology before settling in Lublin.