Groups: Research and Teaching

Tomasz Neumann

Tomasz Neumann received his master’s degree in Physics (atomic spectroscopy) at Univesity of Gdańsk in 2007 and ten years later Ph.D. in Earth Science (oceanology) at Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Science where he simulated light propagation in turbid medium using the Monte Carlo method.
In 2007-2018 he had worked as a lecture of physics at Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics at the GUT. From November 2018 untill now he has been working in the field of biomedical engineering in the Biomedical Engineering Department, Faculty of Electronics , Telecommunication and Informatics at the GUT.
Areas of interest: biomedical signal and image processing, computer simulations, machine learning algorithms. In his free time he plays football or swimming (also in winter)

Natalia Głowacka

I received my MSc degree with distinctions in Biomedical Engineering – Informatics
in Medicine from Gdansk University of Technology in 2020. I have worked in
Biomedical Engineering department since 2020. My scientific interests relate to
image processing and the use of machine learning for medical purposes.

Marcin Gruszecki

Received M.Sc. (2005) and PhD (2009) in Theoretical Physics at Maria Curie Sklodowska University in Lublin. From 2009 to 2011 a post-doctoral fellow at University of Warwick (UK). The post-doctoral fellowship was founded by Royal Society of London. From 2013 he has been working at Medical University of Gdansk and from 2019 at Gdansk University of Technology. Dr Gruszecki received his D.Sc. degree (habilitation) in Health Sciences from Medical University of Gdansk in 2018. He was involved in many projects in astrophysics, molecular simulations and analysis of biomedical data. At that moment the main research activity of Dr Gruszecki is focused on neuroscience. He published about 30 referred publications and was a coordinator or an investigator in about 6 research grants. Dr Gruszecki has spent some time as a visiting researcher in many places in the world, among others in Germany (Max Plank Institute), UK (University of Warwick, Lancaster University, St Andrews University), France (CEA Saclay), USA (Stanford University), Canada (University of Regina) and Macedonia (St Cyril and Methodius University). He likes playing the guitar, sailing and hiking.

Alicja Kwaśniewska

Alicja Kwasniewska (Ph.D. in AI for Biomedical Engineering) is a software architect at specializing in Artificial Intelligence applications for embedded edge. Her expertise in the areas of Computer Science and Deep Learning for Biomedical Engineering are foundational as she works to develop solutions for autonomous driving, smart home and remote healthcare applications. She is also a co-founder of the International Summer School on Deep Learning educating future generations on the fundamentals of deep learning methods. She frequently presents her work at international conferences and has 20+ publications in the field, which were awarded with best paper and best young professional paper awards. In her PhD dissertation she proposed AI solutions aimed at improving the accuracy of the contactless vital signs estimation from low resolution thermal sequences.

Magdalena Mazur-Milecka

Magdalena Mazur-Milecka received her M.Sc. degree in Electronic engineering in 2006. She has been working as a lecturer in the field of informatics and biomedical engineering in the Biomedical Engineering department, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunication and Informatics at the Gdansk University of Technology since 2011. She was involved in cooperation with Medical University of Gdańsk on the project of experimental studies of stroke treatment automation. She is also collaborating with University of Gdańsk in the field of automatic animal behavior recognition. Areas of interest: image processing, computer vision, machine learning algorithms, automation of recognition and analysis of behavior.

Magdalena Madej

Magdalena Madej obtained MSc in electronics in 2007 from the Gdansk University of Technology (GUT), Poland. Currently is a Lecturer in the Biomedical Engineering department, Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunication and Informatics, Gdansk University of Technology. She is an author of 14 scientific papers in international journal and conference proceedings. She has led a research project funded by the Polish Government: NCN Preludium 2011/01/N/ST7/06625 „Evaluation of heart dynamics for CRT”. She is also an author of one Polish patent. She is interested in biosignals measurement and analysis, computer modeling and simulation of biosignals measurement methods. Currently, she is conducting research on impedance measurements of cardiac function.

Anna Węsierska (Jezierska)

Anna Jezierska (Węsierska) received the engineering degree from ETI PG, Poland, in 2006, the Ph.D. degree from the University Paris-Est, Paris, France, in 2013. She is currently an adjunct Professor at the Departement of Biomedical Engineering ETI PG and an adjunct Professor at the IBS PAN at the Department of Mathematical Modelling and Optimization of Dynamical Systems. In 2014, A. Jezierska received PhD award ‘Prix solennels de la Chancellerie des universites de Paris 2014’. In 2015, she received an award form Minister of Science Scholarships for outstanding young scientists. She is currently a coordinator of NCN SONATA project. Dr A. Jezierska published 4 refereed journal papers, 13 conference papers (h-index = 8 on Google Scholar). Her research interests include: image processing and large scale optimization problems in biology and medicine.

Artur Poliński

Artur Poliński received the M.Sc. and the Ph.D. degrees in electronics from GUT, Poland, in 1994, and 1999, respectively, and received the M.Sc. and the Ph.D. degrees in mathematics from Gdańsk University, Poland, in 1997, and 2007 respectively. His research interests include the development of noninvasive methods for the assessment of cardiovascular system, tissue spectroscopy measurements and analysis, biomedical signal analysis and processing, modeling and simulations of the diagnostic methods. He was involved in 5th EU framework project „EDUEM2 – The EU in humanitarian DEMining, Phase 2. State-of-the-art on Humanitarian Demining Technologies, Products, Services and Practices in Europe”, bilateral projects like „Contribution to the development of a novel method of spectroscopic electrical impedance tomography (EIT) with application to the assessment of hidden caries” or projects funded from ERDF ”Home assistance for elders and disabled – DOMESTIC”.

Tomasz Kocejko

I am a young scientist, researcher teacher and an engineer. I publish and do research on human system interaction and interface, eye tracking and hospital information system. My grate passion is tinkering, there for I try to build and program the equipment I need for research by my self. Among different Human-Computer Interfaces I have designed, the eye tracking glasses and supporting software is defiantly the one I’m most proud of. For my research I was awarded with the prestiges scholarships (InterPhD twice and InnoDoktorant) for the PhD students. I was Previously associated with City University London (UK), Gdansk Medical University Hospital and OrlandoHelath Hostpital (FL USA).

Grzegorz Jasiński

He received the M.Sc. and the Ph.D. degrees in electronics from Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk, Poland, in 2001 and 2008, respectively, where he is currently working as an Assistant Professor.

His interests are related to various sensors, solid state ionic conductors and electrochemical methods of materials characterization. Dr. Jasiński was a principal investigator in MNiSW/NCN project ‘Electrocatalytic toxic gas sensors’and NCBR project ‘Multisensor system for measuring air pollutants’. He is author of more then 120 scientific articles and conference papers. He has received Gold Medal in the Innowacje 2015 contest at 11th Industrial Technology, Science and Innovation Exhibition, Gdańsk, scientific awards of GUT Chancellor and few best poster/presentation awards at conferences.

He is a member of IMAPS – Poland Chapter, Polish Society of Sensor Technology and Polish Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association.