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Prof. Jerzy Gielecki MD, PhD, DSc

Prof. Jerzy Gielecki MD, PhD, DSc

Dr. Gielecki commenced his medical studies at Lublin Medical University. In 2000 he was appointed the head of the Department of Anatomy at the Medical University of Silesia in Katowice. From 2004 to 2005 he worked as a senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide (Australia). In 2007 he earned a first-degree specialization in radiology. From 2008 onwards he has held the position of head of the Department of Anatomy at the University of Warmia and Masuria (UWM) in Olsztyn (Poland) whilst continuing his role of visiting professor at St. George’s University in Grenada. In 2009 Dr. Gielecki became the Dean for Education at the Faculty of Medical Sciences UWM. He is the author of 22 books and monographs, 6 book chapters, 81 research papers, and 105 abstracts. Dr. Jerzy Gielecki focuses on the development of cerebral arteries and new methods of interactive 3D stereoscopic projections. In 2013 at the World Exhibition on Innovation, Research and New Technologies in Brussels (INNOVA) he was awarded both a Gold medal and the Great Prize of the Jury for his work on the Integrated Multi-modal System of 3D Modeling.

Andrzej Rutkowski MSc

Andrzej Rutkowski MSc

Graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. Assistant in Parallel and Distributed Computing at the Faculty Mathematics and Computer Science in Toruń. He has worked on several projects in the field of processing and visualization of medical images. With a particular focus on augmented reality, multimedia and neural networks. Awarded a Silver medal at INNOVA Brussels 2012 and the Great Prize of the Jury at INNOVA Brussels 2013.

Michał Chlebiej PhD

Michał Chlebiej PhD

Head of the Department of Parallel and Distributed Computing at the Faculty Mathematics and Computer Science at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. Graduate of Computer Physics Science from Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin. In 2008 he defended his Ph.D. dissertation on “Application of matching methods and deformation models for static analysis and moving medical images”. He is primarily focused on medical imaging and biomechanical modeling. In 2012 he was conferred a Silver medal at INNOVA Brussels. Subsequently at INNOVA Brussels 2013 he was awarded a Gold medal and the Great Prize of the Jury.

Katarzyna Rumińska PhD

Katarzyna Rumińska PhD

Graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. In 2016 she defended her Ph.D. dissertation: „Time is movement. Multimodal metaphor as the visualization of human-life span”. Designer, artist, and lecturer (UMK/ Toruń and WSG/ Bydgoszcz). She specializes in contemporary and interactive art, virtual reality, augmented reality, industrial design, and graphic design.

Zuzanna Koziej

Zuzanna Koziej

Zuzanna Koziej - composer and arranger. Student of composition, conducting and theory of music at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw and student the Conservatorio Statale "Giuseppe Verdi" in Turin, Italy.

An award-winning contestant of international composition contests, including the "Composer-Rezydent" award of the Poznań Chamber Choir (conducted by Bartosz Michałowski) and in the National Composers' Competition "Opus 966" (2016), I place in Piotr Perkowski's II National Competition for Composers in Toruń (2015).

In 2015, her song "Arion" was presented as the Final Work of "Universitas Cantat", the 12th International Festival of University Choirs in Poznań, "Arion" was performed by about 350 musicians from different parts of the world together with "Amadeus", the Polish Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Agnieszka Duczmal.
Since then, the song has been performed in various countries, reaching Ecuador in South America.

She has written about 100 works for various ensembles, both chamber, orchestral and choral. The scope of her compositions and arrangements cover movie soundtracks, electronic music, ethnical music interpretations and many more.

www.zuzannakoziej.com

Tomasz Grzona MSc

Tomasz Grzona MSc

Jakub Kluczewski MSc

Jakub Kluczewski MSc

Graduated in 2016 from the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. In his master thesis focused on the process of RGB-D images projection in Augmented Reality environment. In September 2014 awarded by the Minister of Administration and Digitization for the presentation during XX Teleinformation Forum. Currently a Ph.D. student at UMK, Toruń.

Katarzyna Gielecka-Grzemska MSc

Katarzyna Gielecka-Grzemska MSc

Michał Ciucias, B.Sc.

Michał Ciucias, B.Sc.