2018 - currently
PhD studies in Information Science at Warsaw University of Technology. Research topic - Interpretable Machine Learning.
2016 - 2018
Msc in Mathematics at the University of Wrocław. "Data Analysis" program. Final grade - 5.
2013 - 2016
BS in Mathematics at the University of Wrocław. Final grade - 5.
April 2018 - currently
Data analyst in the project "Innovative module for medical and medicines-related data analysis system for healthcare sector" at the University of Warsaw.
live - Local Interpretable Visual Explanations. Application of LIME methodology to regression problems and building R package that implements the method with model visualization techniques under the supervision of Przemysław Biecek, PhD. Summer stay at the Warsaw University of Technology.
November 2016 - September 2018
Researcher in "First order Kendall maximal autoregressive processes and their applications" grant. Environmental data analysis and theoretical research in probability theory (Markov processes, generalized convolutions, probability distributions) under the supervision of Barbara Jasiulis-Gołdyn, PhD.
Trends in PISA Occupations Exploration of PISA results and building web application that visualizes them under the supervision of Przemysław Biecek, PhD. Summer stay at the Warsaw University of Technology.
Talk "Local Intepretability of Machine Learning Models", UMI-SIMAI-PTM Joint Meeting, Wrocław, Poland.
Talk "Spitzer identity for Kendall random walks", IMS Conference, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Talk "Spitzer identity for Kendall random walks", XV Probability Conference, Będlewo, Poland.
Talk "Local interpretability of machine learning models", Modern Statistical Methods - From Data to Knowledge. Berlin Symposium 2017, Germany.
Talk "Parent's profession, child's education - visualizing PISA study results", Why R Conference, Warsaw, Poland.
Talk "Fluctuations of Kendall random walks", ISSPSM 2017 conference, Debrecen, Hungary.
Talk "Wiener-Hopf factorization for extremal Markovian sequences connected with the Kendall convolution", 10th Conference on Extreme Value Analysis, Delft, The Netherlands.
Talk "Generalized convolutions in probability theory", Oblicze 2017, Poznań, Poland.
Poster titled "Kendall random walks" presented at 2nd Interdisciplinary Foundation for Polish Sciences Conference, Warsaw, Poland. (with B. Jasiulis-Gołdyn, K. Łukaszewicz, J. Misiewicz, W. Szczotka, M. Arendarczyk)
Poster titled "Modelling air pollution using Extreme Value Theory on the example of Wrocław" presented at Oblicze 2017 student conference in Poznań, Poland.
August - September 2018
Trainee at Kruk. R packages development, data analysis and unstructured data processing.
Author of R e-course at https://videopoint.pl
November - December 2017
Data analyst in a project at Far Data.
Computer Lab of Mathematical Institute, University of Wrocław. Linux system and local network administration, help desk.
July - October 2015
Internship at InnoIdea. Financial data analysis in R and PostgreSQL, preparing educational materials on Statistics.
2017 - currently
Co-organizer of monthly meetings of Wrocław R Users Community - STWUR.
Minister of Science and Higher Education scholarship for the best students
2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Rector's scholarship for the best students