Andrey's PhD work focused on speech and audio processing, developing smart-room context-awareness systems using acoustic agents. In the two years following, (2006-2007) he lead the area by co-organising two international evaluation campaigns and leading the tasks of acoustic event detection and classification. In 2008, he moved from telecommunication to biomedical engineering to join Neonatal Brain Research Group in University College Cork. Here he has developed and patented a neonatal seizure detection algorithm which is currently undergoing European multi-centre clinical trial towards its regulatory approval and clinical adoption. Andrey's research interests span the area of machine learning for signal processing, starting with exploratory analysis and feature engineering, leading to predictive modelling and validation. Current applications concern biomedical signal processing and classification (EEG, ECG, other physiological signals), assist healthcare professionals in clinical decision making by developing decision support tools for better diagnostics and prognostics.
- 2013-Present Research Fellow, INFANT Research Center, UCC.
- 2008-2013 Senior Postdoctoral Researcher, Neonatal Brain Research Group, UCC.
- 2007-2008 Postdoctoral Researcher, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain.
- 2007 PhD, Dept. Signal Theory and Communication, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain.
- 2006-2007 Visiting researcher, Toulouse Research Institute in Information Technology, Toulouse, France.
- 2002 Engineer degree in Computer Science, Dnipro National University, Ukraine.
- 2001 BSc degree in Computer Engineering, Dnipro National University, Ukraine.
- 2016 Fifth Most Cited Article of Clinical Neurophysiology since 2011.
- 2014 Kaggle Master.
- 2012 IEEE Senior Member.
- 2010 Research Commercialization Award: UCC Best Invention of the Year 2009.
- 2009 Gold medal: UCC College of Medicine and Health's Translational Health Research Conference 2008 Finalist of the Best Journal Paper Award of 2008 in Speech Technologies in Spain.
- 2006 Best Paper Award on The IV Biennial Workshop on Speech Technology, Zaragoza, Spain.