Personal Information: 


PhD student


Tomasz is a PhD student at t2i Lab. He is interested in applying Computer Science to problems requiring multidisciplinary competences. His research interests include: dialogue management with Machine learning, voice interfaces, C&CS, cognitive computing, the automatic understanding paradigm, fuzzy logic, big data visualisation, Human-Robot Interaction. In his free time, he likes to experiment and sometimes makes time to practice sports (if he finds the time to go to the gym or something). He is currently working within the Wallenberg Autonomous Systems and Software Program, the "Interaction and Communication with Autonomous Agents in Sensor-Rich Environments" project.

Research Interest:

AI methods, HCI, HRI, Cognitive Computing


Gold medal with honours on International Warsaw Invention Show 2014 for „Method and device for persuading the office workers to take periodic breaks at the workplace”

Gold medal on Seoul International Invention Fair 2014 for „A System Persuading an office worker to make use of pauses while working with a computer”


WASPs "Interaction and Communication with Autonomous Agents in Sensor-Rich Environments"


  • Lars Borin, Tomasz Kosiński. 2016. Towards interactive visualization of public discourse in time and space. Proceedings of the Workshop "From Digitization to Knowledge 2016: Resources and Methods for Semantic Processing of Digital Works/Texts" (Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings). no. 126, PP. 1-7. 

  • Tomasz Kosiński, Mohammad Obaid, Paweł Woźniak, Morten Fjeld, Jacek Kucharski. 2016. A Fuzzy Data-Based Model for Human-Robot Proxemics. Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN), 2016 25th IEEE International Symposium on. PP. 335-340. 

  • Tomasz Kosiński, Piotr Grzelak, Przemysław Kucharski, Andrzej Romanowski and Zbigniew Chaniecki. 2015. Tackling the computer overuse cause of chronic musculoskeletal problems with the concept of a tangible personal persuasive avatar. Modelling and Identification Algorithms for Emerging Applications in Data and Signal Processing.