Wojciech Krzemien

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High Energy Physics Division National Centre for Nuclear Research PL-05-400 Otwock, Świerk POLAND


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I am an assistant professor at the National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ), Warsaw, Poland and a senior researcher in the J-PET project, which aims at the construction of a novel cost-effective, total-body PET tomography scanner made of plastic scintillators (http://koza.if.uj.edu.pl/pet/). My work consists of the coordination of software development tools (https://github.com/JPETTomography) including image reconstruction algorithms, Monte Carlo simulations, data analysis framework (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2352711020300509), and applications of the machine learning methods to PET tomography. I am a member of the OpenGate steering committee since 2019. We are especially focused on  the assessment of the total-body scanners and on the development of novel PET methods ,e.g. positronium tomography, using GATE. I am also the founder of a group focused on medical data reconstruction and processing using GRID and Cloud solutions.

Additionally, my interests are focused on experimental testing of discrete symmetries in neutral mesons systems (KLOE-2 and LHCb projects). Within the LHCb Collaboration, I also participate in the development and implementation of the scalable Pilot Logger system based on the Message Queue architecture (RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ) as a part of the DIRAC middleware. Moreover, I coordinate the software activities of the NCBJ group dedicated to the upgrade of the reconstruction algorithms and to the application of Machine Learning methods for the Electromagnetic Calorimeter.

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9546-358X
SCOPUS Author ID: 26531286100