Position: PhD Student
Room: 222 MiNI WUT 03.66 CeNT UW
Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science, Warsaw University of Technology
Centre of New Technologies, University of Warsaw
Mateusz Chiliński is currently a PhD student in the field of Information and Communication Technology at Warsaw University of Technology. He has obtained his Bachelor of Science in Engineering, and Master of Science in Engineering at Faculty of Mathematics and Information Technology at Warsaw University of Technology, in the field of Computer Science, and Computer Science and Information Systems.
Beside his Computer Science-related studies, Mateusz has completed Bachelor of Arts in Management at Kozminski University, and Master of Arts in Project Management at Warsaw School of Economics.
He is interested in computational approaches in molecular biology. Currently working on relations between 3-dimensional structure of the human genome, genetic variation (concentrating mostly on structural variants), and resulting gene expression.
Mateusz is doing his PhD within the project “Spatial network model of sequence and structure diversity of Human genome at a population scale” financed by the PRELUDIUM-BIS program of Polish National Science Centre.
Publications in lab:
Enhanced performance of gene expression predictive models with protein-mediated spatial chromatin interactions.
(Sci Rep) [Pub Med ID: 32832596]
Prediction of chromatin looping using deep hybrid learning (DHL)
(Quant. Biol.) [Pub Med ID: ]
ConsensuSV-from the whole-genome sequencing data to the complete variant list.
(Bioinformatics) [Pub Med ID: 26432246]
Di Stefano M,
3DGenBench: a web-server to benchmark computational models for 3D Genomics
(Nucleic Acids Res.) [Pub Med ID: 35639501]
Multi-scale phase separation by explosive percolation with single-chromatin loop resolution.
(Comput Struct Biotechnol J) [Pub Med ID: 30778195]
From DNA human sequence to the chromatin higher order organisation and its biological meaning: Using biomolecular interaction networks to understand the influence of structural variation on spatial genome organisation and its functional effect
(Semin. Cell Dev. Biol.) [Pub Med ID: 34429265]