Dr Mateusz Denys

Fields of interest:

Artificial intelligence, Time series analysis, Gravitational waves, Complex systems


Mateusz Denys is a physicists, postdoc at the Scientific Computing and Information Technology group at AstroCeNT.

He graduated in 2011 from the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, and then obtained PhD in 2018 at the same faculty. His PhD thesis concerned statistical and numerical analysis of time series of different genre. From 2016 he worked at the University of Warsaw as an academic teacher and also a postdoc in a project “Advanced algorithms for detection and modelling of newtonian noise for interferometric gravitational wave detectors” as a member of LIGO-Virgo collaboration. From 2016 he is a member of the scientific committee of the Symposium of Interdisciplinary Physics in Economics and Social Sciences and from 2017 — a member of the Polish Physical Society. At AstroCeNT he is dealing with gravitational-wave signal prediction by means of neural networks. In 2020 he was a supervisor of an MSc candidate.

The scientific interests of Mateusz Denys concentrate on machine learning techniques, time series analysis, gravitational-wave astrophysics, and econophysics.

He has co-authored 8 papers in refereed physics journals.



Degrees and titles

MSc of physics, granted on June 15th 2011, on the basis of a master thesis “Badanie leptokurtyczności rozkładów modelowych i symulowanych szumów” (eng. “Analysis of leptokurtosis in model distributions and simulated noises”), by the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics, speciality: physical methods in economics (econophysics).
PhD in the field of physics, granted on February 19th 2018, by the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, on the basis of a doctoral dissertation “Analysis of interevent times by methods of statistical physics” (in English).


Position in the project

Postdoctoral Researcher in Scientific Computing & Information Technology Group


denys at camk.edu.pl


(+48) 22 120 18 29



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