Łukasz Olejnik has worked at Dystrogen Therapeutics Technology Polska in terms of cell therapies and has completed internships abroad at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Austria and Tomas Bata University in Zlín in the Czech Republic.
Łukasz Olejnik is interested in the use of molecular biology in medicine and molecular diagnostics. He started working as a Research Assistant at the Integrated Structural Biology Group in January, 2023.
From 2017 to 2021 Dr. Panas worked as research and teaching assistant at the Division of Radiology Informatics and Statistics at the Medical University of Gdańsk, then from 2021 to 2022 as bioinformatician and data analyst at the Molecular Biology Laboratory at the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn. He is currently working as a Technical Specialist at the Computational Genomics group at ICTER.
Krzysztof Gromada obtained a Bachelor’s and Master of Robotics from the Faculty Of Mechatronics at the Warsaw University of Technology. He is also a PhD researcher focused on synthetic aperture radars imagery processing and autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles navigation.
His professional achievements include the co-development of the PGZ-19R ‘Orlik’ UAV system, next-gen household robot system, and Porsche Taycan electric safety metrology systems.
In his spare time, Krzysztof does acrobatics, builds guitars and other handcrafts (some can be viewed on his personal YouTube channel), but also plays PC games.
Krzysztof joined the IDoc Team in April 2022 in the position of software engineer. His main tasks focus on:
– Software architecture and development at IDOC project.
– Development of algorithms for robot control, signal processing, and computer vision (including AI).
– Robotics-related support in the project.
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@madrobotchris.
He is currently in the process of completing his Ph.D. thesis at the Warsaw University of Technology. Holds a Master of Science in engineering in telecommunications. His research interests include synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaging, compressed sensing, and machine learning for non-cooperative target recognition. He has participated in multiple radar technology-related conferences, also presenting his research results. He gained experience in several R&D projects developing state-of-the-art experimental radar system demonstrators, prototyping algorithms, and creating software. At ICTER he is developing the implementation of optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging algorithms.