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I am a PhD student in atmospheric and ocean weather modelling in collaboration with Met Office. My research interest lie in fluid dynamics, natural hazard prediction and data science.

PhD project title: "Will coupling the Met Office forecast model to an ocean model improve weather predictions in the tropics?"

Primary supervisor: Prof. Adrian Matthews

Secondary supervisors: Dr. Ben Webber, Dr. Tim Graham, Dr. Prince Xavier


  • MSci Geophysics with a Year Abroad (Imperial College London, 2016 - 2020, 1st class)
  • Visiting Scholar (University of California Berkeley, 2018 - 2019)
  • 1st State Secondary School (Tarnobrzeg, Poland, 2010 - 2016)

Previous research/community projects:

  • Embedding Python programming in all aspects of the undergraduate geoscience programme (Imperial College, 2020) - created online content to aid the development of core programming skills as well as to support and integrate
    programming within the wider curriculum in the department. The content took form of Jupyter notebooks, accessible from an online website.
  • Probabilistic tsunami risk assessment for Scotland (Imperial College, 2019) - masters project examining Storegga mega-landslide tsunami scenario coupled with economic fragility analysis to find losses in Scotland.
  • Catastrophe modelling research project (Willis Re, 2019) - internship project at Willis Re to create a risk repository for windstorm hazard across Asia-Pacific.
  • The role of shallow sources in the anisotropy from local S-waves in Alaskan subduction zone (UC Berkeley, 2018/2019) - shear wave splitting analysis for local earthquakes in Alaskan subduction zone.
  • Probabilistic tsunami hazard assessment (Imperial College, 2018) - uncertainty quantification study of earhtquake induced tsunamis in Dover Strait with surrgate based optimisation techniques.

 Awards and scholarships:

  • Governors' MSci Prize in Geology or Geophysics (2020) - £100 cash prize awarded to top student in year 4 in Earth Science and Engineering Department at Imperial College London.
  • Dean's list 2019/2020 - awarded to top 10% of year cohort.
  • StudentShapers bursary (2020) - £2440.00 awarded for 8 weeks to enhance curriculum with programming.
  • EPSRC research funding (2019) - £1935.76 awarded for 6 week summer research project.
  • BP research funding (2018) - £1652.00 awarded for 8 week summer research project.
  • National Geography Olympiad finalist (2016) - awarded to top 114 student in Poland in geography, exempt from Geography A-level equivalent.
  • Prime Minister of Poland scholarship (2015 - 2016) - awarded to top student in each school in Poland.
  • Mayor of Tarnobrzeg scholarship (2013 - 2014, 2014 - 2015) - awarded to the top secondary school student in Tarnobrzeg, Poland.
  • Lower secondary school Geopgraphy Olympiad finalist and laureate (2012, 2013) - 1st place in the district in Geography, expemt from Science GCSE-equivalent.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Geophysics, Imperial College London

1 Oct 201627 Jun 2020

Award Date: 1 Aug 2020

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