I am a Ph.D. candidate and teaching assistant in the Faculty of Philosophy at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, where I teach logic and set theory, computation theory, epistemology, philosophy of space & time and philosophy of science. My Ph.D. thesis in Philosophy concerns structural representation of scientific theories – a problem that lies in the intersection of modern philosophy of science and contemporary logic.
I received an MA in Philosophy and an MA in Swedish Philology from Jagiellonian University. Currently, I am working also on my Master’s thesis in computer science on quantum error-correction algorithms at the Faculty of Physics Astronomy and Applied Computer Science. In my free time I explore Scandinavian existentialism, writing a dissertation in Literature on the concept of tragedy in the works of Peter Wessel Zapffe, or play Candy Crush Saga (lvl 11 046 and counting).
My research interests focus on the philosophy of natural sciences, structural frameworks, mathematical logic and theories of complexity and computation. Since 2014 I also serve as a regular member of the Polish Artificial Intelligence Society and I have been elected the Grad Student Representative in European Philosophy of Science Association for years 2019-2021. I have taken part in numerous research grants and scientific projects. Currently, I participate in a project concerning argumentation graphs for Artificial Crowd Intelligence Swarmcheck, as well as a project popularizing scientific thinking and the scientific method Myśl jak naukowiec [en. Think like a scientist] funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. My newest scientific project entitled Comparative analysis of structural representation methods. Case study: Ontic Structural Realism received funding from the National Science Centre for years 2019-2022.
My CV is available here.