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Bartłomiej Twardowski is a research team leader at the IDEAS NCBR research institute and a researcher at the Computer Vision Center, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He earned his Ph.D. in 2018, focusing on recommender systems and neural networks. Following his doctoral studies, he served as an assistant professor at Warsaw University of Technology in the AI group for 1.5 years before deciding to join the Computer Vision Center, UAB, for a post-doctoral program. He has been actively involved in various research projects related to DL/NLP/ML (ranging from €40k to €1.4M). He is a Ramón y Cajal fellow. He has a wide industry experience (more than 15 years), including international companies, e.g., Zalando, Adform, Huawei, Naspers Group (Allegro), as well as helping startups with research projects (Sotrender, Scattered). Throughout his career, he has had the opportunity to publish papers in prestigious conferences such as CVPR (2020, 2 papers), NeurIPS (2020, 2023), ICCV (2021, 2023), ICLR (2023, 2024), and ECIR (2021, 2023). He is a member of ELLIS Society and serves as a reviewer for multiple AI/ML conferences, i.e., AAAI, CVPR, ECCV, ICCV, ICML, and NeurIPS. Currently, his research primarily focuses on lifelong machine learning in computer vision, efficient neural network training, transferability and domain adaptation, as well as information retrieval and recommender systems.

ELLIS Society member.