I have a PhD in political science and a master’s degree in sociology and international relations. Currently, I work as an assistant professor at the Institute of Political Science of the University of Wrocław and lecture at SWPS Universities in Warsaw and Merito Universities in Wrocław. I deal with comparative EU-US research, with particular emphasis on political crises and ways of solving them. At the University of Wrocław, I am the coordinator of the Erasmus+ program at the Institute of Political Science.
I went on a research fellowship in the USA twice, as a Research Fellow at the American University in Washington D.C.: in 2015-2016 (with a scholarship from the Kościuszko Foundation) and in 2019 as part of the Fulbright-Schuman program. I see this last stay as my greatest success, as only a few people annually from all over the EU receive a Schumann scholarship. I have also spent 8 months in Israel and Palestinian Autonomy doing research for my PhD thesis in 2011-2012.
My passion is my work – and so I am a lucky guy. I also am very interested in psychology, playing computer games and basketball – if it weren’t for a knee injury in my youth, I might have been the first Pole in the NBA…