Institute of Mathematics,
Polish Academy of Sciences
ul. Śniadeckich 8
00-656 Warszawa

but you can find me in its branch in Kraków:

ul. św. Tomasza 30/7
31-027 Kraków

e-mail:     mdolegaCOFFEELOVER(at) (guess what you should remove to make it work)

Welcome to my web page

I am an Associate Professor in the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

My research is primarily in algebraic and enumerative combinatorics with connections to (asymptotic) representation theory, probability and enumerative geometry. I am particularly interested in the combinatorial structure of some special symmetric functions (mostly Jack polynomials) and its role played in geometry, probability and mathematical physics.

I obtained my PhD (math, 2013) at the Uniwersytet Wrocławski under Professor Piotr Śniady. Afterwards, I was a Cartaplus postdoc fellow at the LIAFA (now IRIF), Université Paris 7 during the academic years 2013-2015 and an Assistand Professor as a FUGA IV fellow at the Uniwesytet im. Adama Mickiewicza, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science during the academic years 2015-2018. In 2018-2022 I was working as an Assistand Professor in the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences.


🧮 I am coorganizing the Kraków Combinatorics Seminar. You can check our schedule on our website. If you would like to receive a remainder on our meetings, please let me know and I will add you to our subscription list.

🧮 Moreover, I am organizing the Summer School in Algebraic, Asymptotic and Enumerative Combinatorics in 2023 in Będlewo (you can check the website of the previous edition ).

Tip of the day

Did you know that You can type Polish letters using TeX? Make your papers more beautiful than ever! If you want to write

"ą ć ę ł ń ó ś ź ż",
you just need to type
"\k{a} \'c \k{e} \l{} \'n \'o \'s \'z \.z"
in your TeX file.

Well, you have to remember that your system might not have the right fonts, so make sure that you added


to your preambule (see this for more info). In fact, you can even copy-paste Polish letters - just make sure that you are using the correct encoding (for the recommended UTF-8 standard add


to your preambule; this might be helpful too). Be tolerant and don't let some letters feel lonely and discriminated.