Michał Szczepanik, MSc
Affiliated member, Psychoinformatics lab, FZ Jülich

About me:

I am a PhD student, working primarily on the project 'Neural Correlates of emotional contagion in humans', supervised by Ewelina Knapska, PhD and Marek Wypych, PhD.

Graduated from Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw. My BSc thesis was an attempt at separating background activity from Steady State Visually Evoked Potentials (SSVEPs) in EEG. My MSc thesis dealt with resting state fMRI after watching emotional movies and was done in collaboration with LOBI.



Research interests:

EEG and fMRI data analysis, resting state fMRI, data management, reproducibility

Selected publications:

Szczepanik, M., Kaźmierowska, A.M., Michałowski, J.M. et al. Observational learning of fear in real time procedure. Sci Rep 10, 16960 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-74113-w


National Science Centre, grant 2015/19/B/HS6/02209 awarded to prof. Ewelina Knapska

Speciality from my kitchen: chili con carne