Rafal is a philosophy professor obsessed with data and in love with R. He enjoys probabilistic (especially bayesian) thinking about issues that he is convinced matter a lot. These include criminal evidence evaluation, the study of online aggression and its mitigation measures, measures of bias in natural language processing tools, the use of Monte Carlo methods to argue that standard backtesting methods in algorithmic trading are flawed, or imprecise probabilities in expert testimony.
Rafal’s short cv.
A sample of Rafal’s programming projects.
LoPSE research group at the Chair of Logic, Philosophy of Science and Epistemology in Gdansk coordinated by Rafal.
You can contact Rafal by dropping him a line at firstname.lastname@example.org