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Dominik Krzeminski

Dominik Krzemiński

SSI fellow

University of Cambridge

I am interested in decision making processes of humans, invertebrates and machines; how the brain’s function arises from its structure. In the past, among others, I worked on brain computer-interfaces, psychophysics, brain connectivity, natural language processing and neural networks.

Currently, I work at Arm, Ltd. Previously, I was a Research Associate at the Fly Connectomics research group at the University of Cambridge, where we develop software tools that facilitate visualisation, preprocessing and analysis of neurons from Drosophila melanogaster brain. Although I work as a neuroscientist now, my career path is far from obvious. I graduated from Applied Physics at the University of Warsaw, but I quickly picked up some interest in the brain research. My PhD at the Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre focused on modelling perceptual decisions at various levels of hierarchy: from high-level cognitive models, to more biologically realistic spiking neural networks. I enjoy leading and contributing to various engagement activities. In 2019, I co-organised the biggest UK R conference: SatRday, Cardiff. During the Fellowship I was promoting good coding practices like testing, CI and code reviews.

ORCID: 0000-0003-4568-0583

Fields of expertise: decision making of humans, invertebrates and machines; brain computer-interfaces; psychophysics; brain connectivity; natural language processing and neural networks

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