Archived news

Nov 14, 2023

Exciting new work on arXiv! With awesome experimental collaborators, we developed a graph algorithm to identify laser cooling schemes straight from spectroscopic data! Spoiler alert: it’s really fast, and results are super promising!

Oct 24, 2023

We have a contract with Cambridge University Press to publish our book “Machine learning in quantum sciences”! We expect printed copies in July 2024 😉

Jul 23, 2023

I won a distinction in the Polish Physical Society contest for the best PhD thesis in physics defended in Poland in 2022 🙂

Oct 3, 2022

A new adventure as a Flatiron Research Fellow unveils!

Sept 20, 2022

I defended with honours my PhD thesis titled “Quantum many-body physics with ultracold atoms and molecules: exact dynamics and machine learning”. It was a crazy ride, and I loved every minute of it (weeell, a large majority!).

May 11, 2022

I am extremely happy and honoured to announce that I was awarded the START fellowship of the Foundation for Polish Science for the best scientists under 30!

Apr 8, 2022

The first version of our Book “Modern applications of machine learning in quantum sciences” is ready! It was a challenging and very fruitful 8 months of work of both participants and lecturers of our Summer School: Machine Learning in Quantum Physics and Chemistry in Warsaw 🙂

Mar 17, 2022

“Towards interpretable and reliable machines learning physics” – My first invited talk ever, and it’s on the APS March Meeting in beautiful Chicago (I just love skyscrapers)! The recording is available here.

Dec 18, 2021

It was a month of amazing discussions and breathtaking views! I visited and gave seminars in the groups of Alán Aspuru-Guzik (Univ. of Toronto), Roman Krems (Univ. of British Columbia, Vancouver), Eun-Ah Kim (Cornell University, Ithaca), Tanya Zelevinsky (Columbia University, NY), Ana Maria Rey (JILA, Boulder), and Kang-Kuen Ni (Harvard University, Boston).