I was born in 1976 in Wrocław, Poland. This is also where I finished mathematical studies at the Faculty of Fundamental Problems of Technology,
presenting thesis entitled "Strategic market games", prepared under the supervision of prof. Andrzej Nowak.
In 2004 I defended my Ph.D. thesis "Simple equilibria in dynamic strategic market games", for which my advisor was prof. Tadeusz Radzik.
In my scientific work I concentrate on the game theory. My main fields of
interest are stochastic games (with finite or infinite number of players), both the theory and its applications in
economics and engineering (computer science and telecommunications in
particular). I am also interested in general noncooperative game theory, with particular interest in finite
games, and other applications of the theory of games (eg. in social choice). I cooperate with prof. Eitan
Altman from INRIA Mediterranee, Sophia Antipolis and with the Network Optimization Group at Laboratoire
Informatique d'Avignon. Here you can find the list of my publications.
I work in the "Games and stochastic optimization" group headed by
professors Tadeusz Radzik, Andrzej Nowak (University of Zielona Góra)
and Krzysztof Szajowski at
the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Wrocław University of Technology.
Since 2014 I am a member of the executive board of International Society of Dynamic Games.