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Dr Mikołaj Korzyński

Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Al. Lotnikow 32/46
02-668 Warszawa, Poland

Office: 312

Phone: +48 22 116 20 12

Email: name.surname@cft.edu.pl


Fields of research

  • General relativity
  • Differential geometry
  • Black hole theory
  • Cosmology
See here for details.

Recent papers

  • M. K., "Covariant coarse-graining of inhomogeneous dust flow in General Relativity", Class. Quantum Grav. 27 (2010) 105015, arXiv: 0908.4593 [gr-qc]
  • M. K., "Coarse-graining of the inhomogeneous dust flow in General Relativity via isometric embeddings", AIP Conference Proceedings 1241 973-980 (2010), Proceedings of the Invisible Universe International Conference, UNESCO Paris 2009 [PDF]
  • Michael Jasiulek, M. K., "Isometric embeddings of 2-spheres by embedding flow for applications in numerical relativity" , Classical and Quantum Gravity, arXiv: 1111.6523 [gr-qc]
  • Eloisa Bentivegna, M. K., "Evolution of a periodic eight-black-hole lattice in numerical relativity", Classical and Quantum Gravity arXiv:1204.3568v1 [gr-qc]
  • Eloisa Bentivegna, M. K., "Evolution of a family of expanding cubic black-hole lattices in numerical relativity" Classical and Quantum Gravity 30 (2013) 235008, arXiv:1306.4055 [gr-qc]
Full list available here.



Education and positions held

  • Graduated cum Laude from Warsaw University in 2002
  • Graduate student at Warsaw University under the supervision of prof. Jerzy Lewandowski from 2002 until 2008
  • Obtained PhD in Theoretical Physics in March 2008
  • Postdoc at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute) in Potsdam, April 2008-September 2010
  • Postdoc at Vienna University, Faculty of Physics, Gravitational Physics Group, October 2010-September 2012
  • Assistant professor (adiunkt) at the Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Receives an EU-supported grant from the Foundation for Polish Science, within the Homing Plus Programme, for the project: "The role of small-scale inhomogeneities in general relativity and cosmology" from October 2012

Pronunciation guide to my name (if you're curious)

in quasi-English: mee-KO-way ko-ZHIN-ski  ("-way" rhyming with "my" or "buy", not with "stay" and "may")

in IPA: /mi'kowaj ko'ʐɨɲski/

Stress falls on the penultimate syllable in both name and surname.