I read physics in Lodz, Poland and received a PhD in mathematics from Oxford University, where I held a Senior Scholarship at Merton College and wrote my thesis under the supervision of Lionel Mason. After spending four years as a lecturer in the Mathematical Institute in Oxford, where I was a member of Roger Penrose's research group, I moved to Cambridge, where I am a Fellow and Graduate Tutor at Clare College and a University Professor of Mathematical Physics at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. In 2011 I received a title of Professor awarded by the President of the Republic of Poland. My research interests are Twistor Theory, Integrable Systems, Solitons, and Differential Geometry.
Senior College Teaching Officer in Mathematics, Graduate Tutor
Professor of Mathematical Physics