First name: Mateusz
Last name: Bysiek
Born in: Warsaw, Poland
Living in: Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan
Polish, English, Japanese, French.
PhD: Sep 2019 (ongoing) - studying towards Doctor of Philosophy degree
数理・計算科学コース 数理・計算科学系 情報理工学院 東京工業大学
(Mathematical and Computing Science Graduate Major, Department of Mathematical and Computing Science, School of Computing, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
MSc: Sep 2016 - received Master of Science degree
数理・計算科学専攻 大学院情報理工学研究科 東京工業大学
(Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences, Graduate School of Information Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Master thesis: “Just-in-Time Source-to-Source Kernel Translation between Python and FORTRAN”.
The abridged version of the thesis was published at PyHPC‘16 workshop.
Received the scholarship of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) of Japan.
BSc: Feb 2014- received Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree
Computer Science, Wydział Matematyki i Nauk Informacyjnych Politechniki Warszawskiej
(Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science, Warsaw University of Technology)
Bachelor thesis: “Web-application for vote gathering, featuring affinity analysis”.
It was a 3 person project, my responsibility was to implement the affinity analysis feature, i.e. implement Apriori algorithm in two versions: sequential and parallel (in OpenCL) and compare their performance.
Received a scholarship for outstanding grades.
High school: May 2008 - graduated 5th High School of Tadeusz Reytan in Warsaw
Extended physics and mathematics curriculum.
Mateusz Bysiek, Aleksandr Drozd, and Satoshi Matsuoka.
Towards making legacy hpc codes maintainable: two-way fortran-python transpilation with python type hints (unrefereed workshop manuscript).
Technical Report 9, 情報処理学会, 12 2016.
[proceedings] [citation] [BibTeX▼]
Mateusz Bysiek, Aleksandr Drozd, and Satoshi Matsuoka.
Migrating legacy fortran to python while retaining fortran-level performance through transpilation and type hints.
In Proceedings of 6th Workshop on Python for High-Performance and Scientific Computing, 9–18. Piscataway, NJ, USA, 11 2016. IEEE Press.
[abstract▼] [full text] [proceedings] [citation] [slides] [BibTeX▼]
Dec 2016 - Jan 2017 - teaching assistant at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Guiding students of 1st year Bachelor Global Scientists and Engineers course in Japanese and English.
Oct 2016 - May 2017 - research assistant at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Member of Extreme Big Data (EBD) CREST project in Matsuoka Laboratory.
Sep 2013 - Feb 2014 - Samsung Electronics Polska sp. z o.o. - Junior Software Engineer, Software Solutions division, Samsung R&D Institute, Warsaw, Poland
Involved in B2B (business-to-business) development, in-house research and development, as well as in the product commercialization phase.
Worked in a team that made full use of agile software development techniques.
Together with my team, created service layer software that features easy-to-use heterogeneous media manipulator/mixer (in C and C++).
Developed several pieces of software related to improvements of continuous integration solutions.
Jul 2013 - Aug 2013 - ExpertLab sp. z o.o. sp.k. - Web Application Developer, Warsaw office, Poland
Integrated a web application (Ruby on Rails) and a mobile application (Android) with existing video conference software infrastructure to make the client’s platform more robust.
Nov 2011-11 - Feb 2012 - Telekomunikacja Polska S.A. (now Orange Polska S.A.) - Student Intern / Tester, Orange Labs, Warsaw, Poland
Analyzed, tested and modified an application (in Ruby on Rails) used for knowledge management.
Prototyped a semantic reasoner that enables VoD content personalisation based on semantic database (using OWLIM+Sesame/Jena libraries on top of Ruby on Rails).
Sep 2011 - Siemens Enterprise Communications sp. z o.o. (now Unify sp. z o.o.) - Student Intern / Programmer, Sales division, Warsaw office, Poland
Learned a lot about how an innovative IT company works.
Created a Software Development Kit (SDK) that enables creation of applications for the OpenStage 60/80 VoIP phone (in Java) plus few example applications (using Java, MySQL and XML).
Wrote documentation (Javadoc) and user guide (ODF) and created demonstration virtual machine with (openSUSE on VMware).
The SDK, as well as 2 example apps are open-source. Links to repositories (git), and other information is here: /posts/openstage-sdk.
2008 - 2014 - Freelance software developer
Various small, commercial C/C++ applications (ex. program to decode a 3D image to its depth map).
Website development: primarily in PHP, also promotional pages in Flash.
Web server administration: being a webmaster, as well as administering services, security and backups of Linux-hosted webservers.
Academic and independent projects
Below I introduce a selection of my projects. For a complete list, please visit Projects page.
2016-06 - typed-astunparse
Unparser for Python 3 abstract syntax trees with type annotations.
high-performance statistics calculator for large data sets, it includes lightweight bit-compression to increase efficiency, and does parallel computations using OpenCL
Sudoku solver that uses OpenCL parallel permutation generator to speed-up calculations
2014-01 - Smoothie
Static heat transfer simulator that uses finite element method for calculations, and OpenGL for visualisation.
2013-06 - Distprime
program (Linux, C) for distributed (in local network) prime numbers lookup, which utilizes modern multi-core CPUs
Java project: client-server application (a game) that featured an XML transfer protocol and an authorization system
2008 - now
Portfolio website/blog that over time has become a repository and project management solution for my private and freelance commercial projects. Currently at https://mbdevpl.github.io/.
2006 - 2008
various Java applications for cellphones, which were useful to friends in their high school life (ex. an interactive timetable)