Senior researcher at Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy (Faculty of Physics, Vilnius University). Research interests: stochastic and agent-based modeling, complex systems, Econophysics, Sociophysics, Statistical Physics and Data Science. Contributor to Physics of Risk science blog.

**2022.**Dissertation defense panel member (PhD candidate: G. Žlabys; thesis: "Ultracold atom dynamics in quasi-one-dimensional optical lattices"; written at Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astronomy of Vilnius University).**2021 - 2022.**Bachelor degree student: Justas Kvedaravičius (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics). Thesis topic: "Scaling of empirical compartmental distributions".**2017 Spring.**Bachelor degree student: Lukas Bagdonavičius (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics). Thesis topic: "Power spectrum analysis of a point process driven by the fractional Gaussian noise".**2016 - 2017.**Bachelor degree student: Jonas Tupčiauskas (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics). Thesis topic: "Diffusion model of Sąjūdis growth".**2016 Autumn.**Internship co-supervisor (together with prof. Ainė Ramonaitė, dr. Julius Ruseckas and dr. Tomas Žalandauskas). Students: Brigita Čelkytė, Goda Damaševičiūtė, Milda Venckutė, Ugnė Šiurienė (Vilnius University, various faculties). Topic: "Modeling of the Sajudis growth by using interacting agent-based model" (lt. "Sąjūdžio plėtros modeliavimas naudojant matematinį sąveikaujančių agentų modelį"). Internship was organized by Baltic Institute of Advanced Technology and supported by ESO.**2013 Summer.**Internship supervisor. Student: Ignas Kazakevičius (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics, first year). Topic: "Control of Complex Stochastic Processes". Internship was supported by Research Council of Lithuania.

**2023 spring.**"Agent-based modeling" (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics; fifth year students). Two lecture tutorial as a part of "Quantum statistical physics" course. Tutorial focus: introduction to agent-based modeling and physics of social systems. Slides (in Lithuanian).**2019 - 2022.**"Numerical Methods I" (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics; first year students). Course focus: introduction to programming and common numerical methods using Matlab. Slides used in the spring semester of 2022.**2018, 2019, 2022.**Exam committee member of "Random Processes" (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics; lecturer: habil. dr. Bronislovas Kaulakys; PhD students).**2011 Spring.**Seminars of "Theoretical Mechanics" (Vilnius University Faculty of Physics; second year students). Course focus: Lagrangian mechanics, Hamiltonian mechanics.