I am PhD student at Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology. Since 2015 I am a member of Cardiovascular Physics Group where I work on the integration physics and medicine, especially in cardiology approaches.
I studied Applied Physics at Warsaw University of Technology in the 2010-2015. The topics of my graduated theses were “Implementation of selected heart rate variability models and examination of them using methods of time series analysis” (engineer thesis, 2014) and “Influence of dynamic properties of stress reactions on physiological signals” (master thesis, 2015). In 2014 I was awarded in an international „PhysioNet / Computing in Cardiology Challenge” contributing algorithm for detection of the heartbeats from multi-channel signals (see here). That year I won the Scholarship Minister of Science and Higher Education for outstanding achievement in the academic year 2014/2015. Since 2015 I am VP of Biological Measurements Group BioS created at the Faculty of Physics.
My area of interest is practical application of tools used in physics in developing novel methods of measuring and analyzing the activity of human systems. In the great part of my work I focus on autonomic nervous system monitored by heart rate variability. To my achievements I include the night-time hear rate variability model considering sleep architecture (see my publication here). I also study the relationships between physiological responses to the external mental and physical factors of stress. In my PhD studies I plan to measure long-term stress reactions in response on daily stimuli.
- My Skills - HRV, Signal Analysis, Matlab, Wolfram Mathematica, Cardiovascular Medicine, Machine Learning, Arduino
- My Likes - early music, cinematography, astronomy,