During the Ceremony on the premises of POLITYKA editorial office on 19 October 2014, a scientist from the WULS-SGGW, Dr. Eng .Michał Kruk, received the Science Award granted by the Polityka magazine. He was awarded in the category of technical sciences.
He wasborn in 1980 and is theHead of the Department of Intelligent Systems at the Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics of WULS-SGGW.
Modern medicine suffers from a peculiar curse of abundance - the ease of obtaining digital images of tissue affected by the disease goes beyond the ability of their analysis. Unfortunately, in this area there are no universal methods. They must be individually adapted and profiled. Computers with a software characterized by a certain intelligence and ability to learn from examples help doctors-pathomorphologists. This is, in application to cancer, what Michał Kurek deals with. He navigates smoothly at the intersection of three disciplines: medicine, mathematics and computer science. And such combinations are now the most interesting areas of scientific exploration.
To recognize cancer in an intelligent way - Interview with Dr. Eng. Michał Kruk from the Department of Applied Informatics and Mathematics, the Laureate of Science Award granted by the Polityka magazine on how to teach computers to diagnose cancer.