I am currently a PhD candidate at New York University Tandon School of Engineering. Before that, I graduated from University of Warsaw with both BS (2013) and MS (2015) degrees in Computer Science. Currently, my primary research area is Information Retrieval, including distributed web search and efficient query processing. My PhD advisor is professor Torsten Suel.

In my spare time, I enjoy software design and engineering in Rust and modern standards of C++. I am passionate about free and open source software and keyboard-driven interfaces.

Visit my LinkedIn page for more information about my background and work experience. You’re also welcome to look around my Github repositories.

Make sure to check out PISA, a search engine we are actively developing at NYU Tandon.

Research Projects & Grants

I am participating in the project Index Sharding and Query Routing in Distributed Search Engines founded by an NSF grant.


Check out the list of my publications.