Research Assistant

Complex Systems Research Team


Department of Theoretical Geophysics
Institute of Geophysics Polish Academy of Sciences

01-452 Warszawa, ul. Ks. Janusza 64,
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2011 - PhD studies int the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw; PhD thesis: Network models of non-equilibrium growth.


2001 – 2011: MSc studies at Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Poland, specialization: Mathematical and Computer Simulation of Physical Processes.




Areas of interest:

  • complex systems: network models of non-equilibrium growth

  • chemical erosion in porous media; dissolution and precipitation in rocks

  • mikrofluidic experiments of viscous fingering

  • numerical simulations in hydrodynamics: conformational changes of protein molecules




  • A. Budek, P. Szymczak, Network models of dissolution of porous media, Phys. Rev. E, 86, 056318, 2012

  • M. Pecelerowicz, A. Budek, P. Szymczak, Competition between anisotropic viscous fingers, European Physical Journal - Special Topics, 223, 1895-1906, 2014

  • M. Pecelerowicz, A. Budek, P. Szymczak, Effective description of the interaction between anisotropic viscous fingers, Europhysics Letter, 108, 14001, 2014

  • A. Budek, P. Garstecki, A. Samborski, P. Szymczak, Viscous fingering in a microfluidic network, Phys. Fluids., 27, 112109, 2015