Krzysztof Kutt, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org, www) is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
He has received his MSc degree in Computer Science from AGH UST in 2013. In his master thesis he design a prototype of framework for the automation of the unit testing process. In this framework he uses knowledge in the form of rules in the XTT2 notation. In 2018, he finished his PhD thesis in which he prepared methods and tools for collaborative knowledge engineering.
He also received MA degree in Psychology from Jagiellonian University in 2016. In his master thesis he designed prefrontal EEG alpha waves neurofeedback training. It has been prepared to enhance the athletes' effectiveness during the competitions.
Currently, as a computer scientist and a psychologist, he is trying to combine these two disciplines together to create something new and better. His research activities focus on the methods of supporting the collaborative knowledge engineering process (management of quality, changes, and involvement of participants), affective computing (collecting and processing sensory and contextual data related to emotions) and ways of user interaction with information systems (including BCI and Neurofeedback systems).
He was involved in a variety of research projects and activities related mainly to the analysis of psychophysiological data and to the preparation of knowledge graphs for specific applications. For overview, see research page. For the list of his publications see papers page.
In his free time he reads fantasy and non-fiction, rides a bike and tries to learn something new.
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