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 {{:​pub:​teaching:​courses:​tadeja.jpg?​150 |}}**Sławomir** joined the Engineering Department, University of Cambridge in October 2016 as a PhD researcher after receiving Licencjat and Magister degrees in Computer Science from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. During his studies he has undertaken multiple internships including CERN, Microsoft, European Space Agency and Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN. He was also part of the Prof. Paweł Moskal Research Group working on Monte Carlo simulation of the SABAT System for underwater detection of dangerous substances; this work was presented at both University of Oxford and UN Climate Change Conference in Katowice. At Cambridge, he is part of the Intelligent Interactive Systems Group working under supervision of Dr Per Ola Kristensson. Sławomir works primarily within Scientific (SciVis) and Information Visualisation (InfoVis) on the interaction design for immersive visual analytics with the help of Virtual Reality (VR) head-mounted displays (HMDs) focusing on abstract data exploration and visualization. Sławomir'​s studies at Cambridge are supported by the Cambridge European and Trinity Hall Scholarship and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) UK. {{:​pub:​teaching:​courses:​tadeja.jpg?​150 |}}**Sławomir** joined the Engineering Department, University of Cambridge in October 2016 as a PhD researcher after receiving Licencjat and Magister degrees in Computer Science from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. During his studies he has undertaken multiple internships including CERN, Microsoft, European Space Agency and Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN. He was also part of the Prof. Paweł Moskal Research Group working on Monte Carlo simulation of the SABAT System for underwater detection of dangerous substances; this work was presented at both University of Oxford and UN Climate Change Conference in Katowice. At Cambridge, he is part of the Intelligent Interactive Systems Group working under supervision of Dr Per Ola Kristensson. Sławomir works primarily within Scientific (SciVis) and Information Visualisation (InfoVis) on the interaction design for immersive visual analytics with the help of Virtual Reality (VR) head-mounted displays (HMDs) focusing on abstract data exploration and visualization. Sławomir'​s studies at Cambridge are supported by the Cambridge European and Trinity Hall Scholarship and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) UK.
  
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