Dr hab. Maciej Grzenda is the head of the Department of Information Processing Systems at the Warsaw University of Technology and a university professor. In his work, he focuses on the application and construction of advanced machine learning methods and IT systems that use these methods to process e.g. Big Data resources. He has extensive work experience in IT and R&D companies, both as an expert and team leader.
Maciej Grzenda is the author of many methods of advanced data analysis dedicated to e.g. the issues of predicting the results of industrial processes, determining locations in buildings, modeling the behavior of customers of thermal energy systems, or transport choices of residents of urban centers. He combines the use of machine learning methods with the role of an architect of complex IT systems, as well as a team leader (in the past, for R&D projects implemented at Orange Polska S.A., he holds, among others, PMP and PRINCE2 Practitioner certificates). He presented the results of his work at many international conferences, e.g. in Great Britain, France, the USA, China, and the Netherlands. He is also the author of publications in prestigious international scientific journals such as Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, and Applied Soft Computing.
In his work, he focuses on taking up real challenges that require the development of new methods of data analysis. Since 2016, Maciej Grzenda has also been the chairman of the Data Science Program Committee and one of the main authors of the program of the elite Data Science field of study at the Warsaw University of Technology, dedicated to advanced data analysis using, among others, machine learning and Big Data storage and analysis environments.
PhD.: Warsaw University of Technology
Master of Science: Warsaw University of Technology, the Faculty of Informatics