Head of Division, PhD DSc, Neuroinformatics
He received the M. Sc. (1995) and PhD (2000) degrees in Medical Physics at the Warsaw University.
His research interests concern time-frequency analysis of EEG and MEG signals, especially event related power changes of those signals. He developed methodology for statistical analysis of event related synchronization and desynchronization in EEG and MEG. He is involved in designing brain computer interfaces, validation of psychological models of emotions and working memory. His research encompasses also realistic neuronal network models that provide insight into the mechanisms underlying the effects observed in EEG and MEG signals.
Currently he is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biomedical Physics, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw.