About me

Currently, I am a researcher in the Intelligent Data Analysis group at the Czech Technical University in Prague in the Czech Republic. My interests include machine learning, bioinformatics, and algorithms. My current research topic consists of machine learning on read-data, annotation of circular RNAs, and analysis of time-series. The first of the projects turned up into my dissertation. My supervisor is Filip Železný. Besides that, I am teaching labs in the advanced algorithms class, reinforcement learning, and bioinformatics course. I help with algorithm lectures in summer school LASO for prospective future students and bachelor students.

I obtained my master’s degree from the School of Engineering and Computer Science at Baylor University in Waco, TX. My master’s thesis focused on improving the runtime of $k$-means algorithms and was supervised by Greg Hamerly. My bachelor’s degree is from Open Informatics at CTU. My bachelor’s thesis supervisor was Radomír Černoch, and its goal was to draw hiking lines or transportation lines into a map so that the lines cross as little as possible.