Curriculum Vitae


Education and positions:

1989 - 1994 Undergraduate studies, Nicholaus Copernicus University Toruń, major: mathematics, speciality: computer science
July 1994 Master's degree in mathematics, speciality: computer science
July 1994 - February 1995 Visiting scientist, University of Cambridge, Anglia
February 1995 - January 2003 Assistant, Department of Informatics (DoI) NCU in Toruń
July - September 1995 Visiting scientist, University of Cambridge, Anglia
August 2001 Visiting scientist, Max Planck Institute in Munich, Germany
February 2003 - June 2003 Lecturer, DoI NCU, Toruń
June 2003 PhD in computer science, Systems Research Institute Polish Academy of Sciences
July 2003 - September 2003 Assistant, DoI NCU, Toruń
November 2013 Application to the Central Committee to conduct the habilitation process (hab. book entitled "Meta-learning in decision tree induction").
October 2003 - Adiunkt (assistant professor), DoI NCU, Toruń

Research projects:

1995 - 1997 "Neurofuzzy Systems", State Committee for Scientific Research (SCSR) grant - Investigator
1998 - 1999 "Adaptive systems in applications to the analysis od medical and psychometric data", SCSR grant - Investigator
2000 - 2002 "Theory and applications of computation intelligence methods", SCSR grant no 8 T11C 006 19 - Investigator
2005 - 2007 "Selection of information", SCSR grant no T11C-07128 - Main Investigator
2005 - 2007 "Meta-learning", SCSR grant no T11C-06928 - Main Investigator
2008 - 2010 "Information Based Feature Selection C++ Library InfoSel++", SCSR grant no N519 -150633 - Investigator
2010 - 2012 "Meta-learning in decision tree induction", MSHE habilitation grant no N N516 445038 - Principal Investigator

Software projects:

1999 - 2004 "GhostMiner" data mining system. Cooperation with FQS Poland (Kraków).
2005 - "Intemi" system for computational intelligence projects, also for meta-learning.

Data mining contests - team with Norbert Jankowski:

Teaching experience:

1995 - Teaching the following subjects at NCU (about 260 hours a year on average):
  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • Financial and Actuarial Mathematics
  • Structural Programming
  • Programming in C
  • Pascal and Numerical Methods
  • Object Oriented Programming in C++ and C#
  • Advanced Object Oriented Programming
  • Numerical Methods 2
  • Programming in Logic
  • Network and Communication Programming

Scientific conferences and workshops attended:

Invited, not printed presentations:

Other scientific and organizational activity:

Popularization of science:

February 2001 Radio discussion on Artificial Intelligence. Program IV, Polish Radio.
March 2001 Radio discussion "The age of Artificial Intelligence". Radio PiK.