Dominik currently serves as the Chief Scientist at Security On-Demand. Dominik received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science in 2002 from University of Warsaw, Poland, and D.Sc. degree in 2011 from the Institute of Computer Science of Polish Academy of Sciences. Early in his career, he worked as Assistant Professor at the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology and at the University of Regina in Canada. In 2005, Dominik co-founded Infobright, where he worked as Chief Scientist until 2017. At Infobright, he co-designed Analytical Database Engine aimed at fast low-resource processing of massive volumes of machine-generated data, based on the paradigms of Columnar Data Stores and Rough Set Approximations. Since 2012, he has been active as co-organizer of online data mining contests at Knowledge Pit. He also played leading roles in several government-funded projects in the area of Data-driven Risk Management. In 2009, Dominik re-joined University of Warsaw, where he currently holds professorship position at Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics. Dominik has co-edited over 30 scientific books and volumes of conference proceedings in addition to co-authoring over 150 papers for books, journals and conferences. He is co-inventor in six US patents describing Infobright’s technology with respect to Adaptive Data Compression, Stream Data Clustering, Alphanumeric Data Types, and Calculations on Data Summaries.