About me

I began my studies in 2011 at Wrocław University of Science and Technology, which shaped my career for a couple of years. I have a rather strange practice of getting involved in things that are not my strengths. It was probably the main reason I became a physics student (with later specialization in Optics), which might sound like a joke at the beginning of High School.

In 2016 I graduated with MSc in Optical Engineering, and in 2020 I defended my Ph.D. dissertation. You can find more about my research and work in the sections above.   

During my studies, I tried to be active both as a researcher and student activist. I have a longtime relationship with OSA and SPIE societies, serving as an officer of both local chapters for a couple of years, of which I am very proud. Still, I try to be involved in these societies in plenty of ways. 

The most exciting part of my professional life is oral presentations, where I can show my research and their results. Maybe the reason for that is the same as for choosing my studies. Nevertheless, I take every presentation very seriously. Please check my incoming talks and feel free to attend one if possible.

I try to be active also outside the lab. That is why I spend most of my free time on my hobbies, including sport, tourism, and, recently, video editing. But here, the situation is very dynamic, and it is typical for me to be engaged in new hobbies very rapidly. Unfortunately, my day has just 24 hours.

I usually say that I created this website mainly to keep track of all of my papers and talks, accessible from every place. Still, the real reason behind it is that I like networking and meeting new people. So if you are here, we have probably met before, or maybe it is just a lucky Google shot. No matter what, if you find something interesting here or want to get in touch, please do it. I will appreciate that.