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Slawomir Tadeja

 

Slawomir Tadeja

Slawomir Tadeja

Postgraduate Student

Research group: Intelligent Interactive Systems Group
Telephone: 01223 748580
Email: skt40@eng.cam.ac.uk

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Biography

  • Magister in Applied Computer Science (with distinction), Jagiellonian University, 2016
  • Licencjat in Computer Science, Jagiellonian University, 2014

Sławomir joined the Engineering Design Centre in October 2016 as a PhD researcher after receiving Licencjat and Magister degrees in Computer Science from Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland. During his studies he has undertaken multiple internships including CERN, Microsoft, European Space Agency and Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN Polish Academy of Sciences in Kraków. He was also part of the Prof. Paweł Moskal Research Group working on Monte Carlo simulation of the SABAT System for underwater detection of dangerous substances. At Cambridge, he is part of the Intelligent Interactive Systems Group working under supervision of Dr Per Ola Kristensson. Sławomir works primarily in the fields of Scientific (SciVis) and Information Visualisation (InfoVis) on the interaction design for immersive visual analytics with the help of Virtual Reality (VR) head-mounted displays (HMDs) with the main focus on Big Data exploration.

Sławomir's work at Cambridge is supported by the Cambridge European and Trinity Hall Scholarship and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) DTP.

ORCID iD iconorcid.org/0000-0003-0455-4062

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Past and Previous Teaching Experience (University of Cambridge)

Department of Computer Science and Technology (formerly, the Computer Laboratory):

  1. IB Programming in C and C++ (Supervisor, St John's)
  2. IB Foundations of Data Science (Supervisor, St John's)
  3. IA Algorithms (Superviosor, Robinson, commences Lent 2019)
  4. IA Numerical Analysis (Supervisor, Robinson, commences Lent 2019)
  1. IB Programming in C (Supervisor, St John's and Peterhouse, past)
  2. IA Numerical Methods (Supervisor, Robinson, Downing and St Edmund's, past)

Department of Enginering:

  1. IA Computing, IB Computing (Python Demonstrator)
  2. IA Microprocessor Laboratory (Assembler Demonstrator)
  3. IA Engineering Lego (Matlab Demonstrator and Design Helper)

 

Talks and Seminars

3. S.K. Tadeja, P. O. Kristensson, talk: Immersive Visual Analytics: Interacting With Data in the Virtual Reality (VR), Sir Arhur Marshall Room, Engineering Design Centre, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, Wednesday 28 November 2018

2. S.K. Tadeja, M. Silarski, P. Moskal, talk: Computer graphics methods for Monte Carlo simulations of underwater threat detection system (SABAT), 1st Symposium on Boron Neutron, Capture Therapy, M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, Sept. 2018, Krakow, Poland

1. S.K. Tadeja, P. O. Kristensson, talk: Immersive Visual Analytics: Interacting With Data in the Virtual Reality (VR), Engineering Design Centre Seminars, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

 

Popular Science Involvment

2. S. K. Tadeja, M. Silarski, P. Moskal, poster: Danger of extinction hidden in the sea bottom: particle physics to the rescue! Science Polish Perspectives 2018, University of Oxford, 16-17 November, 2018. (to be presented)

1. S. K. Tadeja, P. Langdon, P. O. Kristensson, talk: Navigating through data in the Virtual Reality environment, Science Polish Perspectives 2017 Conference, Nov. 2017, St John's College, Cambridge, UK

 

 

Selected Publications

M. Silarski, D. Hunik, M. Smolis, S. Tadeja, P. Moskal. Design of the SABAT system for underwater detection of dangerous substances. Acta Physica Polonica B, Vol. 47 (2016), p. 497-502. arXiv:1602.05214v1 [nucl-ex]

S. Mallows, I. Azhgirey, I. Bayshev, I. Bergstrom, T. Cooijmans, A. Dabrowski, L. Glöggler, M. Gutho, I. Kurochkin, H. Vincke, S. Tajeda (should be S. Tadeja). Monte Carlo simulations of the radiation environment for the CMS experiment. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, Volume 824, 11 July 2016, Pages
30-32. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2015.11.044

M. Silarski, D. Hunik, P. Moskal, M. Smolis, S. Tadeja. Project of the Underwater System for Chemical Threat Detection. Acta Physica Polonica A, Vol. 127 (2015), p. 1543-1547. arXiv:1501.04120v2 [physics.ins-det]