MSc, Neuroinformatics

He received the M. Sc. (2011) in Medical Physics at the University of Warsaw.

His research is focused on the dynamics of bioelectrical activity of the brain. He developed methodology for statistical analysis of event related potentials and steady-state evoked potentials in EEG, based on blind source separation along with signal analysis in the time-frequency domain.

He is one of the authors of a Matching Pursuit implementation for the Matlab and Python environments.

Currently he is an PhD student at the Department of Biomedical Physics, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw.


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