I am fascinated by problems related to elementary particle theoretical physics. I am preparing theoretical predictions for current and future high-energy physics experiments, such as the ones conducted at CERN or Brookhaven National Laboratory employing advanced computational methods. Often the calculations that I am conducting need large computer installations, supercomputers, located in Poland, Europe or in the US. Large part of the research is devoted to the exploration of new parallel and distributed programming methods, efficient algorithms, innovative approaches using the recently very popular methods of artificial intelligence. At the end of the day all this allows me to obtain precise results for interesting physical quantities that can be subsequently compared with the outcomes of experimental analyses. My current research projects are (but are not limited to): the nonperturbative extraction of the value of the coupling constant of strong interactions, comparison of the OPE expansion with the experimental results and with nonperturbative estimates of the electro-weak current-current correlation functions, numerical solutions of the JIMWLK equation which describes the partonic probability distributions of hadrons, nonperturbative methods of estimating various hadronic structure functions, application of neural networks in Monte Carlo simulations, simulations of models with higher gauge symmetries or the benchmarking of reprogrammable FPGA devices for hardware acceleration of Monte Carlo simulations.
Funded Research Projects
Research Projects - Principal Investigator
Supersymetryczne mechaniki kwantowe Yanga-Millsa
(Supersymmetric Yang-Mills quantum mechanics)
Research Projects - Collaborator
Badania kwantowych teorii pola z symetrią cechowania w ich obszarze nieperturbacyjnym