I am a Research Associate in Urban Methods, Modelling and Simulations at the Urban Big Data Centre at University of Glasgow. I have been working under Marie-Curie Fellowship (FP7 Geocrowd) on extracting knowledge from VGI and enriching GPS trajectories with contextual information (PhD Studies). My research interests cover a wide range of areas in GISc, Urban Studies, Geodesy and Cartography including spatial analysis, statistics and spatial modelling, urban planning and remote sensing. My current research funded by ESRC involves collecting and analysing Big Data under Integrated Multimedia City Data (iMCD) project. Additionally she is responsible for planning, designing and implementing linked Urban Indicators data. I completed a 3,5 year Bachelor of Science degree in geodesy and cartography at Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences, in Wroclaw, Poland, in 2007. Next I finished a 2 year Master of Science degree in geodesy and cartography at the same University. During this period I was focused mainly on photogrammetry and remote sensing. My master thesis concerned about developing methodology which allowed to track and detect settlements’ remains based on changes in high vegetation structure and soil structure. In the meantime I completed 3,5 year Bachelor of Science degree in spatial planning what gave me an opportunity to focus on GI Science.