Institute of Informatics
Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics
University of Warsaw
Banacha 2, 02-097 Warsaw, Poland
Phone: +48 225544-564
Fax. +48 225544-400
MIMUW Profile (pl)
Finally, I decided to refresh my old webpage.
I am interested in computational biology and bioinformatics with the focus on algorithms, combinatorial optimization and theoretical properties of models of trees and networks.
In particular the main topics cover:
Please contact me if you are interested in writing a bachelor, master, or Ph.D. thesis under my supervision. Some examples of completed theses are available at APD. The topics that I offer can be of algorithmic, computational, programming or theoretical nature depending on skills and background. See also journal and conference papers co-authored by my master's students: A. Betkier (ISBRA 2014), P. Tabaszewski (ACM BCB 2018) or D. Dąbkowski (JBCB).
My Ph.D. students:
Check also our Computational Biology Group seminar.
My current research is supported by two National Science Centre grants:
Funding is usually available for students participating in projects, e.g., stipends, travel or equipment. We have also computing servers available for performing computational experiments.
My background is computer science (M.Sc. in 1999) and math (M.Sc. in 2000) both at University of Warsaw. I completed my Ph.D. in 2006 in mathematics (scope computer science) with several theoretical and algorithmic results on detecting horizontal gene transfers. A large part of the thesis is also devoted to evolutionary scenarios, i.e., DLS-trees and H-trees. From 2006, I am an Assistant Professor (adiunkt, in Polish) at the Institute of Informatics, Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw. In 2006 and 2007 I also was a Research Fellow at Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin. In 2015, I got Dr. habil. degree. I am a member of Polish Bioinformatics Society since 2008.
Most of them can be found using some of the links below.Scopus 8970815500
Supplementary teaching materials are usually available for my students by private links, e.g., for the lectures in Introduction to Computer Science, Comparative Genomics, and Introduction to Computational Biology. Please contact me if you are interested.
I am avaiable for students at my office. The current office hours can be checked at USOS.
Some of the software packages related to my publications are available here (to be updated).