I'm Lukasz. A programmer, brother, teacher, neuroscientist, and snowboarder.
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MSc - Computational Neuroscience and Neuroinformatics • September 2019Throughout this course, I have focused on modelling biologically realistic simulations of neural activity and brain stimulation. Courses undertaken:
BS - Computer Science • May 2016
UIC presents a spectacular CS program. Here's a list of classes I've completed.
-Program Design 1 (CS111)
-Program Design 2 (CS141)
-Mathmatical Foundations of Computing (CS151)
-Programming Practicum (CS211)
-Data Structures (CS251)
-Machine Organization (CS261)
-Programming Languages (CS341)
-Software Design (CS342)
-Computer Systems (CS361)
-Computer Design (CS362)
-Ethical Issues in Computing (CS377)
-Operating Systems (CS385)
-Computer Algorithms (CS401)
-Visual Analytics (CS424)
-Video Game Design (CS426)
-Software Engineering (CS440)
-Computer Networking (CS450)
-Human Augmentics (CS491)
High School diploma • Class of 2012
-Intro to Computer Programming (+Teacher Assistant)
-AP Computer Science
Software Engineer• July 2016 - May 2018
Worked on cloud infrastructure to help improve Azure App Service
Helped launch Azure App Service on Linux
Specifically worked with:
Developed various "webapp" commands for the azure-cli:
Software Engineer Intern• May 2015 - August 2015
- Worked on VFP "Virtual Machine Filtering platform", part of the SDN solution for Azure
- Learned basics of networking (OSI Model and TCP/IP Protocol Suite)
Software Developer Intern• June 2014 - August 2014
-Introduced to software design patterns
-Looked at different wireless telecommunications concepts
Peer Tutor and Lab T.A.• November 2013 – Present
- Teach basic coding concepts
- Collaborate with other tutors to solve more difficult problems
Research Assistant• January 2015 – May 2015
- Created an android tablet controller app for a museum exhibit
- Collaborated with PhD students focused in HCI
- More info -> Link
Programming languages I'm familiar with.
Click to links below to view my Master's projects.
I've learned android development during the summer after my freshman year of college. I then decided why not make a game, and here we are with Berry munch =D!! Made with a few other people, please check the "about" section in-game
This game was made for my CS426 video game development class during the Spring 2015 semester with several team members. Check out the credits portion in the main menu.
Click the link below to view one of the projects I've done for my UIC CS424 Visual analytics class.