Mariusz Wilk is a researcher at CONNECT in Tyndall National Institute in Cork.
Prior to joining Tyndall, he graduated from Cork Institute of Technology where he earned his BEng (Hons) degree in Electronic Engineering.
His area of research is in algorithms for low power wearable technologies. He focuses on multi-sensor data fusion for human motion tracking applications using wearable devices in the context of low cost and low power consumption. His primary area of expertise includes motion tracking using miniaturised wireless wearable smart sensor systems that incorporate state-of-the-art inertial and vision sensor technologies. Mariusz is currently completing his PhD thesis titled “Data Fusion for Human Motion Tracking with Multimodal Sensing”. Apart from doing scientific work, Mariusz is active in promoting engineering and science to various audiences through outreach activities. He won the CONNECT EPE Award for it in 2018.
Mariusz is also interested in the broader area of Internet of Things. He enjoys developing and testing technology prototypes.
PhD Researcher Tyndall National Institute Internet of Things Low Energy