Paulina Czarnecki

Graduate students

Paulina is a PhD student in the department of Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics. She is broadly interested in using math to learn about the Earth and atmosphere. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor of science in applied math, where she primarily worked on problems in mathematical biology. 


BS in Honors Mathematics - Mathematical Biology (Minor in Computer Science), University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 2020


Stefan A. Buehler et al. 2024. The Atmospheric Radiative Transfer Simulator ARTS, Version 2.6 — Deep Python Integration. Submitted to J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer. Preprint, code. 

Paulina Czarnecki, Lorenzo M. Polvani, and Robert Pincus, 2023. Sparse, empirically optimized quadrature for broadband spectral integration. J. Adv. Modeling Earth Syst., 15, e2023MS003819. doi:10.1029/2023MS003819

Paulina Czarnecki, Jack Lin, Sara J. Aton, and Michael Zochowski, 2021. Dynamical Mechanism Underlying Scale-Free Network Reorganization in Low Acetylcholine States Corresponding to Slow Wave Sleep. Front. Net. Physiol., 1, doi:10.3389/fnetp.2021.759131

Laura Albrecht, Paulina Czarnecki, and Bennet Sakelaris, 2021. Investigating the Relationship Between Air Quality and COVID-19 Transmission, J. Data Sci., 1-13, doi:10.6339/21-JDS1010