Mateusz Pietrzak

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Degree: Master degree

Division: Astrocent (Warsaw)

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E-mail: mpietrzak@camk.edu.pl

Mateusz Pietrzak is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Particle Astrophysics Science and Technology Center (AstroCeNT), a unit of Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center (CAMK) in Warsaw, and a scholar at the Geoplanet Doctoral School.


His supervisor is Prof. Tomasz Bulik, while Dr. Mariusz Suchenek is his supporting advisor.


Since the beginning of his doctoral studies in September 2021, he has been conducting a study on the subject of his scientific research, which is the instability in quartz resonators commonly used as a frequency source for electronic devices and sensors. His Ph.D. research aims to develop a quartz resonator model to improve the frequency stability of the timestamp system of a distributed network of sensors, which can be applied to AstroCeNT's projects. His specialization is electronics and computer engineering, which is in line with his previous path of education. He obtained his degrees in the field of electronics with a specialization in microsystems and electronic systems from Warsaw University of Technology. He collaborates closely with the Electronics and Data Acquisition and Processing group led by Dr. Mariusz Suchenek and the Seismic Sensors group led by prof. Tomasz Bulik in AstroCeNT, in particular working on the AUTSEN and INFRASEN projects. These projects aim to develop a seismic-infrasound system for Newtonian Noise cancellation. The long term aim is the characterization of seismic and acoustic fields in the surroundings of the laser and mirrors of the Virgo interferometer.


Research interests
  • analog-digital systems,
  • embedded systems,
  • PCB design,
  • data processing.

Degrees and titles
  • 2021: Master of Science in Engineering in the field of Electronics, Warsaw University of Technology, The Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology (Poland),
  • 2017: Bachelor of Science in Engineering in the field of Electronics, Warsaw University of Technology, The Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology (Poland).