About Me

I am a PhD student and Research Assistant at the Laboratory of Intelligent Decision Support Systems, Institute of Computing Science, Poznan University of Technology. My supervisor is Professor Jerzy Stefanowski. Previously, I was a Data Scientist at Roq.ad, a Berlin-based startup, where I worked on cross-device identification problem. I also worked for Samsung R&D on text mining/NLP problems.

From 2015 I am a member of Polish Special Interest Group on Machine Learning. I am also a tutor and founder of Group of Horribly Optimistic STatisticians and a member of Machine Learning Group @ PUT.

My research interests include:

  • machine learning
  • imbalanced and complex data
  • ensembles
  • natural language processing
  • text mining
I served as a reviewer for Expert Systems With Applications (Elsevier), Mateheuristics (Springer), AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, SIAM Data Mining, Foundations of Computing and Decision Sciences (De Gruyter), SemEval and ICAISC.