We engaged a multidisciplinary team of top scientists and specialists to work on VSTS.
Collaboration between science and business is now considered one of the key tools to increase innovation and competitiveness of new solutions.
Marek Kurkowski(Professor UMCS)
Marek Kurkowski (Professor UMCS)
He is a linguist, a research and didactic employee of the Department of Logopaedics and Applied Linguistics with a Post-doctoral degree and PhD at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. In 1996-2019 he was also associated with the Institute of Physiology and Pathology of Hearing. He took part in the implementation of several R&D projects such as: ‘Development of a Stimulator of Polymodal Sensory Perception’- he was a professional staff of the project.
He has many years of experience in projects related to hearing and speech therapy. He is the author of many scientific publications, including ‘Audiogenic Factors of Disorders in Linguistic Communication’. He is the supervisor of more than a thousand graduate works, bachelor’s and master’s theses on speech disorders.
Grzegorz Marcin Wójcik(Professor UMCS, Professor PJATK)
Grzegorz Marcin Wójcik (Professor UMCS, Professor PJATK)
He is a Professor at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University and specialises in computational neuroscience and quantitative electroencephalography. He holds a PhD in computational physics and a habilitation in biocybernetics and biomedical engineering.
Associate Professor and Head of Department of Neuroinformatics and Biomedical Engineering at the Institute of Computer Science, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. Associate Professor, Head of postgraduate studies ‘Big Data Engineering’ and ‘Cyber security of computer and telecommunication systems’ at Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, Poland.
Prof. Janusz Klatka(MD, PhD)
Prof. Janusz Klatka (MD, PhD)
Since October 2010 he has been the Head of the Department of Otolaryngology and Laryngological Oncology of the Medical University in Lublin. In February 2011, he was awarded the title of professor by the President of the Republic of Poland.
Since October 2011 he has been a Voivodship Consultant in otolaryngology. He is the author of about 180 items of literature. His works have been presented at numerous national and international scientific congresses.
Małgorzata Partyka (MD)
Małgorzata Partyka is an orthodontics specialist. She graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry at the Medical University of Lublin. Since 2008, a research fellow at the Department of Maxillofacial Orthopaedics of the Medical University of Lublin.
She specialises in orthodontic treatment of children, adolescents and adults. A member of the Polish Orthodontic Society, constantly expanding her knowledge during numerous training sessions and scientific conferences.
Adam Kobus (PhD)
Employee of the Department of Neuroinformatics and Biomedical Engineering at the Marie Curie-Skłodowska University, PhD at the Systems Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences in the field of technical sciences, discipline informatics. Thesis title: Computer analysis and recognition of speech fluency using linear prediction method.
Andrzej Kociubiński(PhD, Eng)
Andrzej Kociubiński (PhD, Eng)
Graduated in 2002 from the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology at the Warsaw University of Technology. In December 2006 he defended his doctoral thesis titled: ‘Integration of an integrated circuit made with a computer’. In December 2006, he defended his PhD thesis titled ‘Integration of a silicon-based integrated circuit with a nuclear radiation detector fabricated on a SOI wafer substrate (Silicon-On-Insulator)’ .
In 2001-2007, he worked at the Institute of Electron Technology in Warsaw in the Department of Microsystems and Silicon Nanostructures Technology, where he was involved in modelling, technology development and characterisation of semiconductor devices. He has participated in scientific and research activities within many national and international projects (e.g. ‘Silicon Ultra Fast Cameras for Electron and Gamma Sources in Medical Applications’, ‘Integrated micro- and nanotechnology platforms and services’ and ‘System for European Water Monitoring’). He joined the Department of Electronics at the Lublin University of Technology in October 2007.
His research activity focuses on advanced micro- and nanotechnology of silicon devices and systems with particular emphasis on integrating different technologies and devices for interdisciplinary applications. He is the author and co-author of more than 40 publications, mainly about international circulation. In 2013 he was awarded Best Papers for co-authoring the article Sensing Method and Fiber Optic Capillary Sensor for Testing the Quality of Biodiesel Fuel. In 2015 he was awarded Best Papers for co-authoring the article Capillary Rise Multiparametric Sensor for Testing of Diesel and Biodiesel Fuel.