Currently, I work as a software engineer in Arista Networks where we are brining to life high-performance data center switches. I’m big enthusiast of Open Source and Open Hardware, particularly interested in low-level programming, hardware and autonomous systems. I hate boredom, so in my spare time I work on my own projects, just walk or train.
Since I remember I’ve always thought that you understand something only when you can explain it. That’s why I was teaching high school students Maths and Physics for a few years at the beginning of my studies, and now I would like to share my knowledge with you. I hope you will find this site useful 😉.
Below, you can find some interesting facts about me in CV-like form.
However, if you are interested in my short-form CV, you can find it here. There are no contact details (for obvious reason), but you can reach me out via email/Twitter/LinkedIn/etc for full CV or just to have a short discussion.
- Arista Networks (Software Engineer, Dublin, Jan 2021 - present)
- NoMagic (Software Engineer Intern, Warsaw, Sep - Nov 2020)
- Spaceti (Firmware/Embedded Developer, Prague, Apr 2019 - Apr 2020)
- Eracent (Junior Angular Developer, Warsaw, Oct 2017 - May 2018)
- Samsund R&D Poland (Firmware Developer Intern, Jul 2017 - Sep 2017)
- Genesis Mobo (Electronics Designer/Firmware Developer, Jul 2015 - Oct 2016)
- John Pitcher (Electronics Designer/Firmware Developer, Oct 2012 - May 2013)
- Private Physics/Maths Teacher (2012 - 2017)
- Warsaw MIMotaurs (Team member, Mar 2019 - Dec 2019)
- I was responsible for camera calibration toolkit and pipline for a fast and reliable drone’s camera calibration.
- Prepared race track generator for guidance and navigation subsystem.
- Trained and tests multiple ML models for image segmentation and checkpoint detection.
- HENI (Student member, University of Warsaw, Apr 2018 - Dec 2019)
- Implemented MAC layer protocol for the whip6 OS network stack [nesC].
- Designed and implemented tools for experiments automation and debugging which use multi-microprocessor synchronization and code execution tracking with logic analyzers [C/Python].
- Deployed real-world homogeneous IoT experimental setup (1KT) consisting of 1000 low-power wireless nodes.
- As a part of Warsaw MIMotaurs team:
- Polish Team member, XXIII International Young Physicists’ Tournament, Austria 2010
- Team member of winning team, Turniej Mlodych Fizykow 2010 (Young Physicists’ Tournament 2010)
- University of Warsaw, MSc, Computer Science, 2018-2020
- University of Warsaw, MSc, Physics, 2016-2018
- University of Warsaw, BSc, Computer Science, 2014-2018
- University of Warsaw, BSc, Physics, 2013-2016
- Warsaw University of Technology, Eng, Robotics and Automation Engineering, 2012 – 2013 (aborted)
- Stanisław Staszic XIV High School in Warsaw, Matex, 2009 - 2012
1KT: A Low-Cost 1000-Node Low-Power Wireless IoT Testbed [PDF] [BIB]
Mateusz Banaszek, Wojciech Dubiel, Jacek Łysiak, Maciej Dębski, Maciej Kisiel, Dawid Łazarczyk, Ewa Głogowska, Przemysław Gumienny, Cezary Siłuszyk, Piotr Ciołkosz, Agnieszka Paszkowska, Inga Rüb, Maciej Matraszek, Szymon Acedanski, Przemysław Horban, Konrad Iwanicki
MSWiM 2021: Proceedings of the 24th International ACM Conference on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems. ACM. Alicante, Spain. November 2021.
Lessons from Communication Problems that Nearly Jeopardized Development of Hardware-Software Support for a 1000-Device IoT Testbed [PDF] [BIB] [ACM DL]
Mateusz Banaszek, Inga Rüb, Maciej Dębski, Agnieszka Paszkowska, Maciej Kisiel, Dawid Łazarczyk, Ewa Głogowska, Przemysław Gumienny, Cezary Siłuszyk, Piotr Ciołkosz, Jacek Łysiak, Wojciech Dubiel, Szymon Acedański, Przemysław Horban, Konrad Iwanicki
EWSN 2020: Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks, FAILSAFE Workshop. Junction Publishing / ACM. Lyon, France. February 2020. pp. 259—264.
- Self-Driving Car Engineer, May 2021