I do 3d projects of rotating machinery and calculations of machine dynamics and durability. I am interested in the health monitoring of machinery. I use numerical methods (Finite Element Method) and perform experimental research. I have been dealing with rotor dynamics and the selection of bearings for high-speed turbines. My research interests include hydrodynamic, gas, rolling, and foil bearings. I am a SIMP Expert and an author or co-author of several expert opinions and more than 70 internal reports. I am also the author of about 70 scientific publications (including a book in Wiley Press) and two patents for an invention. I teach machine design (lectures) and engineering graphics (lectures and laboratories) at the WSB Academy. I conducted classes: vibration in machine diagnostics (lectures and laboratories) and turbines for power generation (lectures) with PhD students of the three schools in the frame of project CenMAT. I participated in 9 research projects, two of them as a project manager.

I am a mechanical engineer who designs various devices, usually laboratory test rigs connected with mechanical engineering. I performed an experimental measurement, for example, of vibrations and temperature. I am also an IT engineer who writes my calculation codes, such as signal processing (often in Matlab software). In my doctoral dissertation, I investigated the properties of hydrodynamic bearings, i.e., stiffness and damping coefficients. In my professional work, I performed experimental and numerical modal analyses (for instance, using Abaqus and LMS Test.Lab), shaft aligning, and balancing. I made records with a high-speed camera and analysed recorded vibration.