Prof. W. Kasprzak is a staff member of Institute of Control and Computation Enginerring of WUT since 1997. He leads the Machine Perception group. He used to teach courses (at undegraduate, graduate and postgraduate levels) in computer programming, image and speech analysis, computer vision, artificial intelligence and machine perception. Majority of the courses are taught in English (within studies in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Computer Engineering, Automation and Robotics, and European studies EMARO). Prof. W. Kasprzak also supervises student's diploma work and Ph.D. dissertations, and conducts research in pattern recognition (image analysis, speech processing, robot vision, biometrics, blind source separation, speaker localization) and artificial intelligence (search algorithms, machine learning).
While working abroad, W. Kasprzak has been appointed as a researcher at:
the "Bavarian Research Centre for Knowledge-Based Systems" in Erlangen, Germany, (1990-95) (in the "Knowledge Processing" group of Prof. Heinrich Niemann) and
the RIKEN Institute in Wako-shi near Tokio, Japan (1995-96), in the group of "Brain-Style Information Processing", laboratory for advanced brain signal processing (Prof. Andrzej Cichocki).
He was a visiting researcher at the "Brain Science Institute of RIKEN", Japan (1998 and 2003) (prof. Andrzej Cichocki), and the "Keio University, Department of System Design Engineering, School of Integrated Design Engineering (Yagami campus), Japan (2009) (prof. Nozomu Hamada),
As a Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, Germany, he was a visiting researcher (1988-89, 1991) at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Institute of Computer Science, Chair for Pattern Recognition (Prof. Heinrich Niemann).