|The first and second name
|Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland
|Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Informatics
I graduated in Physics at Bielefeld University. During my studies, I specialised in Cosmology. My bachelor thesis was about Cosmic Inflation. I rediscovered the fundamental problems in a “classical” cosmological model leading to the theory of Inflation and studied how Inflation can explain our observations. In my master thesis I worked on predicting the cosmological radio dipole, a dipole observed in the radio waveband which exceeds the expected velocity dipole by far.
In my opinion, Cosmology is one of the most promising fields for the future, the studies about our Universe, how it was created and how it evolved is of fundamental interest. New technologies will make it possible to investigate the Universe in never seen detail thus the rather young field of Cosmology is a key science to understand our Universe. I am interested in the large scale structure, structure formation, dark matter and galaxy evolution.
I kept working on Cosmology for my PhD, aiming to achieve a better understanding of our Universe. The cosmological standard model is far from being perfect, there is a tension in several measurements to the predicted Universe. With my work, I would like to contribute to increasing our understanding. My current work is based on structure formation and galaxy evolution which is a fascinating addition to my previous projects. The cosmic radio dipole as an example is related to galaxy evolution and of course to structure formation.
I don’t have a ResearchGate or Academia.edu profile and there is not much information on the others.
- A next-generation worldwide quantum sensor network with optical atomic clocks
◦ a FNP grant carried out at UMK; Project leader: Michał Zawada
- Part of a “Priority Research Group” about galaxy evolution at UMK
- Practical solutions to reproducible science
◦ a COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) grant; Project leader: Mohammad Makhlaghi
- IAU Symposium 353: Galactic Dynamics in the Era of Large Survey
◦ Poster Presentation
◦ Conference Proceedings paper – accepted and to be published
- Inhomogeneous Cosmologies IV
being part of the local organising committee