Sylwia Kaduk







Sylwia is a PhD candidate in HI:DAVe project. She’s working on developing psychophysiological methods of driver’s state recognition, especially detecting sleep, and lack of attention. She has MSc in cognitive and clinical neuroscience from Maastricht University, MSc in psychology, and PgDip in Practical Statistical Methods. She worked at Surrey Clinical Research Centre studying sleep and circadian phases, and at Maastricht University as a part of behavioural medicine team. Her research interests are sleep psychology and neuroscience, circadian neuroscience, psychophysiology, and methodology.