Zienkiewicz Aleksandra


Research assistant, M.Sc.(Tech.)
Room: TS255

Education:
since 2014 - University of Oulu,
International Master's Programme in Biomedical Engineering: Signal and Image Processing
2015  - Gdansk University of Technology,  Master of Science in Engineering degree in Radio Communication Systems and Networks
2012 - Gdansk University of Technology, Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Telecommunication

Grants:
2015 Studies on different skin phantoms using Raman spectroscopy and OCT “ - Short Term Scientific Mission funded by COST Action BM1205 – European Network for Skin Cancer Detection using Laser Imaging
2014 “ Testing of the human tissue measurement method based on the Near-Infrared Spectroscopy” Short Term Scientific Mission funded by COST Action BM1205 – European Network for Skin Cancer Detection using Laser Imaging
“Optoelectronic methods of human tissue measurement” -  Short Term Scientific Mission funded by COST Action BM1205 – European Network for Skin Cancer Detection using Laser Imaging

Languages:
Polish – native, English – fluent written and spoken, Finnish – basic

Other academic merits:
2015 - Vice president of the OSA Student Chapter of Oulu University
2015 - Secretary of the SPIE Student Chapter of Oulu University

Research interest:
Biomedical measurements, biomedical signal and image processing, non-invasive measurements of physiological dynamics in the human body

Member of conference organizing committees:
2013 - 21th IMEKO TC-2 Symposium „Photonics in Measurement” , Gdansk, Poland

List of publications:

  1. T. Myllylä, V. Korhonen, J. Autio, A. Zienkiewicz, D. De Jong, J. Claassen, V. Kiviniemi, I. Meglinski, Effects of hypercapnia on cerebral hemodynamic and blood pressure pulsation in carotid artery measured multimodal during MRI BOLD, book of abstracts, The 5th International Meeting on Cerebral Haemodynamic Regulation (CARNet), July 13-15, Southampton, England, 2015
  2. T. Myllylä, V. Korhonen, Ł. Surażyński, A. Zienkiewicz, H. Sorvoja, R. Myllylä, Measurement of cerebral blood flow and metabolism using light-emitting diodes,  Measurement (2014), doi:10.1016/j.measurement.2014.08.027, cites: 2
  3. Ł. Surażyński, P. Wierzba, A. Zienkiewicz, Dedicated power supply subsystem for ultra-low noise preamplifiers and biophotonic sensors,  Proc. SPIE 9032, Biophotonics—Riga 2013, 90320U, (November 18, 2013); doi:10.1117/12.2044592
  4. T. Myllylä, V. Korhonen, Ł. Surażyński, A. Zienkiewicz, H. Sorvoja, R. Myllylä, Lock-in amplification – a practical technique when utilizing high-power LEDs in near-infrared spectroscopy, IMEKO 09/2013

 

Last updated: 9.9.2016