Krzysztof Gromada, MSc

University Degree:

Master of Robotics, Warsaw University of Technology, Facoulty of Mechatronics

Position at ICTER:

Software engineer

Research Areas:

Software engineering, robotics, electronics

Researcher's ORCID Id: 0000-0003-3125-7661
Description

Krzysztof Gromada obtained a Bachelor and Master of Robotics from the Faculty Of Mechatronics at the Warsaw University of Technology. He is also a PhD student in Robotics (AEE) at the Warsaw University Of Technology.
His professional achievements to date include

– Development of the PGZ-19R ‘Orlik’ UAV system

– Construction of an artificial heart model with magnet-hydraulic levitation

– Porsche Taycan metrology system co-development

In his spare time, Krzysztof does acrobatics, making guitars and doing hand-crafts and plays PC games.

Krzysztof joined the IDoc Team in April 2022 for the position of a software engineer. His main tasks include:  

 – Software architecture and development at IDOC project. 

 – Computer vision and classic algorithm design 

 – Robotics-related support in the project. 

Jadwiga Milkiewicz, MSc

University Degree:

MSc Chemistry (Jan Długosz Academy; University of Leeds)

Position at ICTER:

Research Assistant

Research Areas:

optical engineering, femtosecond spectroscopy, multiphoton processes, fluorescences

Researcher's ORCID Id: 0000-0002-1789-2266

She finished her master in Chemistry. For most of her professional carrier, she worked on developing and using various spectroscopic systems such as gas phase ion imaging or fluorescence up-conversion.

She joined Physical Optics and Biophotonics Group in 2019 to work on developing a pioneering ophtalmoscopic technique based on two-photon excited fluorescence from the retina of the human eye. Currently, her main focus is on building an innovative device that will be used to study the deformation of the cornea induced with air puff.

Klaudia Nowacka, MEng

University Degree:

Master of Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

Research Areas:

optical coherence tomography, dynamic light scattering, optical singularities

Researcher's ORCID Id: 0000-0002-7591-470X
Description

She received her MEng degree in Optical engineering and Photonics at Wroclaw
University of Science and Technology. Her thesis was related to composite vortex pattern
generation through spatial light modulators. Now she is pursuing her PhD at the International
Centre for Translational Eye Research, where she focuses on applying dynamic light
scatterers for improving resolution in OCT imaging.

Marta Nowak

Position at ICTER:

Animal Keeper

Research Areas:

Animals

Animal keeper – daily care of animals.

Mounika Rapolu, PhD

University Degree:

PhD at the Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences

Integrated Masters in Science (Physics), University of Hyderabad, India

Position at ICTER:

Technician

Research Areas:

Biophotonics and Optical ImagingIn-vivo Brain and eye imaging, OCT, Imaging Biomarkers, Signal processing, Data processing and analysis, Motion correction algorithms, Angiography.

Researcher's ORCID Id: 0000-0003-3892-1705
Description

She works in the field of biophotonics and optical imaging. Her role is designing diagnostic tools, biomarkers for eye and brain architecture, and function for the application of diagnosis and longitudinal treatments of eye diseases. She is also developing new methods of imaging and characterization of the human retina in vivo.

Stefania Robakiewicz, PhD

University Degree:

PhD, Lille University of Science and Technology

Position at ICTER:

Research Specialist

Research Areas:

Cancer Biology and Immunology

Dr. Stefania Robakiewicz graduated from Biotechnology at Warsaw University of Life Sciences. During her Bachelor studies, she completed a 6-month internship at Wageningen University & Research Centre. While a Master student, she was offered another 6-month placement at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Sorbonne Université). She obtained her PhD degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry at Lille University of Science and Technology in 2020.

So far, she has been a co-author of 6 scientific papers in high-impact journals (Scopus preview – Robakiewicz, Stefania – Author details – Scopus).

The major task of dr. Stefania Robakiewicz in Computational Genomics Group is to participate in a generation of genetically modified cell lines to study eye cancer biology at the level of single cell.

Maciej Wielgo, MSc

University Degree:

PhD Student (2014 –2021), Warsaw University of Technology
Master of science, Warsaw University of Technology

Position at ICTER:

Digital Signal Processing Engineer

Research Areas:

digital signal and image processing

Researcher's ORCID Id: 0000-0001-6523-1270
Description

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.

Anna Zajfert

Position at ICTER:

Veterinary Surgeon

Research Areas:

Animal Health and Maintenance

Veterinary surgeon – control of animal health, advisory role in the animal maintenance and conditions required in the animal room.