I explore fields of various numerical analysis, identification, control and mathematical modeling of dynamical systems. I conduct laboratory classes, lectures and tutorials within the frame of Mechatronics and Automation at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME) of Lodz University of Technology (TUL).
Basically, my research work is oriented to the natural sciences like physics, mathematics and mechanics, putting special emphasis on numerical computations, optimization and control of continuous and discontinuous dynamical systems, as well as conducting experimental investigations in laboratories. I spent about one year (from September 2005 to August 2006) in Ireland, working for industry and having a possibility to get practical knowledge about production and design of hydraulic cylinders.
From 2019, I have been employed as Professor of TUL.
In 2013 I received D.Sc. degree in Applied Mechanics from TUL. It was preceded by an issue of the monograph that covered special applications of numerical methods for solution of discontinuous dynamical systems.
In age of 27, in 2002, I received Ph.D. degree, defending my Doctoral Thesis in Applied Mechanics with a distinction of experimental research ( reviews ). In that time I have designed and run a small research stand bringing to a wider audience an experimentally modelled discontinuous (stick-slip) two degrees-of-freedom mechanical system of a duo-servo drum brake mechanism. Numerical and experimental results of the research were published in scientific journals and presented at a couple of national and international conferences.
In 2009-2015 and 2018-2019 I co-worked on the didactic program of studies for the specialization of Mechatronics and Automation and Robotics at FME, respectively.
Since 2000 I am with the Department of Automation, Biomechanics and Mechatronics of Lodz University of Technology. I give lectures in the theory of control, optimization, mechatronics, programming languages like Scilab and LabView. I write scientific papers in the field of modelling, analysis, control, identification and optimization of continuous and discontinuous dynamical systems. Since 2007, I am a member of organizing committee of the conference on 'Dynamical Systems – Theory and Applications' (from 2017 as a Vice-chairman). In 2009-2015 and 2018-2019 I co-worked on the didactic programs of studies for the specialization of Mechatronics and Automation and Robotics at FME, respectively.
In 2000, after 5 years of study at the Faculty of Technical Physics, Computer Science and Applied Mathematics I received M.Sc.Eng. degree in Computer Physics from TUL.
In 1995, after 5 years of study at the Technical College in Zduńska Wola (Poland) I received the professional title "Technician in Machining".