Nina Bażela is a graduate in Computer Science with a BSc degree from AGH University of Science and Technology and is currently pursuing her master's degree in Cognitive Science at Jagiellonian University under supervision of Michał Obidziński.
As a member of the AGH Space Systems management board, she has been responsible for coordinating the preparation of applications and the execution of several student research grants related to space industry technology development, space biology and space geology. She has also conducted her own research on assessing the level of trust for the planetary rover in a human-robot team (presented at the Robophilosophy Conference in 2022) and an experiment on the quality of sleep among participants of a simulated space mission (presented at the AIAA SciTech Forum in 2023).
Currently, she is working on her master's thesis, which focuses on the application of fuzzy trace theory to dyscalculia (supervisors: Mateusz Hohol, Michał Obidziński).
Interested in human-computer interaction, dream/sleep research and math cognition, with a special interest in mathematics learning disorders. Privately a math tutor and an aspiring science communicator, always ready to engage in debates about the education system.