He received his PhD degree from Warsaw University of Technology. His PhD studies focused on developing new digital holographic microscopy techniques and systems for measurement microoptics.
After obtaining PhD degree, he cooperated with various commercial companies: Kongsberg Automotive, Difrotec. He previously worked as a data scientist at Transition Technologies S.A. where he gained experience in the areas of machine learning and deep learning.
At ICTER, he combines Deep Learning, software development experience, and photonics expertise to develop new or improve existing noninvasive biomedical imaging methods.
- P. Węgrzyn, D. Borycki, S. Tomczewski, K. Liżewski, E. Auksorius, A. Curatolo, and M. Wojtkowski, “Functional and Structural Imaging of Retinal Tissue with Spatio-Temporal Optical Coherence Tomography (STOC-T),” in Frontiers in Optics + Laser Science 2022 (FIO, LS), Technical Digest Series (Optica Publishing Group, 2022), paper FW7D.2.
- Auksorius E, Borycki D, Wegrzyn P, Sikorski BL, Lizewski K, Zickiene I, Rapolu M, Adomavicius K, Tomczewski S, Wojtkowski M. Spatio-temporal optical coherence tomography provides full thickness imaging of the chorioretinal complex. iScience. 2022 Nov 5;25(12):105513.
- Natalia Pacocha, Jakub Bogusławski, Michał Horka, Karol Makuch, Kamil Liżewski, Maciej Wojtkowski, and Piotr Garstecki Analytical Chemistry 2021 93 (2), 843-850
- E. Auksorius, D. Borycki, P. Stremplewski, K. Liżewski, S. Tomczewski, P. Niedźwiedziuk, B. L. Sikorski, and M. Wojtkowski, “In vivo imaging of the human cornea with high-speed and high-resolution Fourier-domain full-field optical coherence tomography,” Biomed. Opt. Express 11, 2849-2865 (2020)
- M. Józwik, T. Kozacki, K. Liżewski, J. Kostencka, Digital holography with multi-directional illumination by LCoS SLM for topography measurement of high gradient reflective microstructures, Applied Optics, Appl. Opt. 54 2283-2288.
- Tomasz Kozacki, Kamil Liżewski, and Julianna Kostencka, “Absolute shape measurement of high NA focusing microobjects in digital holographic microscope with arbitrary spherical wave illumination,” Opt. Express 22, 16991-17005 (2014)
- Kamil Liżewski, Sławomir Tomczewski, Tomasz Kozacki, and Julianna Kostencka, “High-precision topography measurement through accurate in-focus plane detection with hybrid digital holographic microscope and white light interferometer module,” Appl. Opt. 53, 2446-2454 (2014)
- T. Kozacki, K. Liżewski, and J. Kostencka, Holographic method for topography measurement of highly tilted and high numerical aperture micro structures, Opt. & Laser Technology 49, 38–46 (2013)
- K. Liżewski, T. Kozacki, and J. Kostencka, Digital holographic microscope for measurement of high gradient deep topography object based on superresolution concept, Opt. Lett. 38, 1878–1880 (2013)
- I. Buzalewicz, K. Liżewski, M. Kujawinska, and H. Podbielska, Degeneration of Fraunhofer diffraction on bacterial colonies due to their light focusing properties examined in the digital holographic microscope system, Opt. Express 21, 26493–26505 (2013).
- J. Kostencka, T. Kozacki, and K. Liżewski, Autofocusing method for tilted image plane detection in digital holographic microscopy, Opt. Commun. 297, 20–26 (2013)
- T. Kozacki, K. Liżewski, J. Kostencka, M. Jozwik, Topography Measurement of High Numerical Aperture Microlenses with Digital Holographic Microscopy, Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging 2013, OSA Technical Digest (online), DTu2A.6 (2013);
- M. Oliva, D. Michaelis, P. Dannberg, M. Józwik, K. Liżewski, M. Kujawińska and U. D. Zeitner, Twyman–Green-type integrated laser interferometer array for parallel MEMS testing, J.Micromech. and Microeng. 22, 015018 (2012)
- T. Kozacki, M. Józwik, and K. Liżewski, High-numerical-aperture microlens shape measurement with digital holographic microscopy, Opt. Lett. 36, 4419–4421 (2011).
- M. Józwik, K. Liżewski , U. D. Zeitner, K. H. Haugholt , The construction and the tests of diffractive element based laser interferometer for inspection of M(O)EMS, Elektronika- Konstrukcje, Technologie, Zastosowania 51, 157-159 (2010);