Adam Zagdański

Adam Zagdań„ski received Ph.D. in mathematical statistics in 2003, and he is currently appointed as an assistant professor in the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Wroclaw University of Technology (Poland). In the period 2005-2007 he was appointed as a postdoctoral fellow in biostatistics in the Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto.

He is an author or co-author of about a dozen of scientific papers in the area of statistics and bioinformatics. Adam Zagdański is also an experienced academic teacher. He teaches data mining, applied statistics, stochastic modeling and time series analysis and forecasting. He is a supervisor of many of M.Sc. and B.Sc. theses in computer science and statistics.

Adam was a co-contractor of a few commercial projects related to the application of modern statistical and data mining approaches. For several years Adam has been workingg with Swedish bioinformatics company MedicWave as a principal scientist. He also served as an instructor in commercial courses related to data mining and time series modeling.

Adam Zagdań„ski is experienced in programming and using different computer applications for data analysis. He uses extensively statistical system R in research, teaching and commercial activities.

Adam Zagdański

Specialization: statistics, time series, data mining, R, bioinformatics

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