I have received an MSc in the field of physics (graduating with distinction) and a BSc in the field of philosophy, studying Inter-faculty Individual Studies in Mathematics and Natural Sciences. I was awarded with the scholar of the Minister of Science and Higher Education for students’ outstanding achievements. I was also an active member of the Students Scientific Club of Neuroinformatics.
My main scientific interests revolve around: the methodology of biophysical data analysis, in particular, actigraphic and EEG data; diagnosis of disorders of consciousness (DOC) and disorders of sleep based on physical measures. My Ph.D. project is aimed toward encompassing as much physiological knowledge as possible in the diagnosis of DOC, as opposed to current, phenomenological standards.
I am also conducting a project of methodological unification in the field of actigraphic data analysis, funded within the “Perły nauki” programme.
I am the co-founder and board member of the Society for Open Science (https://stowarzyszenieotwartejnauki.pl/).
I firmly believe in the Kuhnian vision of science: as based on resolving riddles in an axiomatic system, without arrogance to seek fundamental truth in the scientific perception of the world.