## News

I got an FNP grant homing (project title: "Normative Comparison of Multiwinner Election Rules")!. Here is the research outline. **I'm lookig for two PhD students.** Here is the job description. (and its Polish version).

## General Information

You can find my curriculum vitae here. Most important points are:

- Assistant Professor at Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw Warsaw, Poland.
- PostDoc at TU Berlin: I was a Humboldtian! (2017--2018)
- PostDoc at University of Oxford. (2016--2017)
- Software engineer at Google Inc.. (2014--2016)
- PhD in Computer Science (distinguished thesis) from Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw Warsaw, Poland. Adivsors: Dr hab. Piotr Faliszewski and Dr Krzysztof Rzadca. (2010--2015)
- Software developer at 9LivesData/NEC. (2008--2012)
- MSc in Computer Science from Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw Warsaw, Poland. Adivsor: Dr Marek Biskup. (2004--2009)
- BSc in Mathematics from Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw Warsaw, Poland. Adivsor: Dr Marcin Szczuka. (2004--2009)

## Research Interests

I did my PhD at the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics at University of Warsaw. My research concerns multi-agent systems and computational social choice. I am especially interested in multiwinner elections; for an introduction to this fascinating topic see this chapter.

I am interested in linking various ideas from game theory, resource allocation, approximation algorithms and computational social choice.

My previous reserach also concerned distributed systems and particularly scheduling and load balancing algorithms for distributed systems, resource allocation and applying game theoretical solutions to distributed systems.