Imperial College London

Miss Paulina Rowińska

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Mathematics

Research Postgraduate



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548Huxley BuildingSouth Kensington Campus





I am a PhD student of the Mathematics of Planet Earth Centre for Doctoral Training. My research interests include statistics, financial mathematics and stochastic analysis, applied to areas such as energy economics or ecology. Currently I am studying how renewable energy sources influence electricity prices. This research project is supervised by Dr Almut Veraart from Imperial College, together with Dr Oliver Feron from EDF.

I also engage in science communication. You can find my popular science articles on my personal blog. My articles in magazines such as Getty Science or Chalkdust Magazine and were picked by the Science Seeker. I also write for the official Imperial College student blog

Having graduated from a mentoring program Lean in STEM, where under Joanna Bagniewska's eye I was developing my science communication skills, I succesfully participated in FameLab Poland, FameLab UK and Three Minute Thesis competition. In 2018 I was the national finalist of FameLab Poland.

Now I hold the presidency of Imperial College London SIAM student chapter.

You can watch me explaining my research in three minutes during the Three Minute Thesis competition.

On Saturday 25th November 2017 I gave a TEDx talk "Let's have a maths party!" at TEDx Wandsworth.

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Rowinska P, Everitt RG, Delayed acceptance ABC-SMC, Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, ISSN:1061-8600

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