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.