Employed at the University of Information Technology and Management since 2019.
Habilitation on theoretical physics (University of Silesia, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, 2014).
PHD on physics (University of Silesia, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, 2005).
MSc in mathematics (University of Maria Curie Skłodowska in Lublin, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, 1988).
His scientific interests focus on various fields of theoretical and mathematical physics and pure mathematics. They range from fundations of mathematics, set theory, category theory to differential geometry of smooth manifolds in dimensions 3 and 4 in mathematics and applications of these fields to physics, particularly quantum mechanics and theory of gravitation. Recently, together with Andrew Schumann, Krzysztof Bielas and Paweł Klimasara (also from WSIZ) they obtained interesting results in computational complexity and degrees of randomness realised by black holes and biological swarms.
He cooperates tightly with Michał Heller in the field of category theory and Torsten Asselmeyer-Maluga in exotic smoothness of 4-manifolds and its applications to physics.
He authors and co-authors more then 50 scientific publications, book chapters and esseys.
In free time he practices rock climbing and mountaineering.