My scientific interests started in Poland, but since 2014 I have been working at the Greenland Climate Research Centre c/o Greenland Institute of Natural Resources in Nuuk, Greenland. My initial work was focused on interdisciplinary research in the field of biological oceanography and paleoceanography, in collaboration with the Greenland Ecosystem Monitoring Program. Studying relationship between marine phytoplankton and oceanographic conditions on a spatial and temporal scales has helped us improve the understanding of the impacts of sea ice, freshwater runoff from the Greenland Ice Sheet, and oceanic currents on marine environment around Greenland. Moreover, I have been investigating past marine ecology and modelling oceanographic conditions on millennial time scale (~10.000 yrs), based on fossil diatom records preserved in marine sediments. Since 2016, I have been developing the sonar-based mapping research anchored in Nuuk and created a framework and expertise for new, high-resolution seafloor modelling and benthic habitat mapping in Greenland. Presently, my research interests are focused on marine geomorphology, paleoclimate, and phytoplankton/taxonomy.