Bartosz is a Research Scientist and Lab Manager of Dr. Constantine Kontokosta's Civic Analytics Program at the NYU Marron Institute of Urban Management. He is also a PhD student at NYU Tandon School of Engineering in the Urban Systems program. Bartosz conducts innovative applied research, working with cities to take on critical challenges of urban living. Bartosz uses data science, machine learning and computational tools to derive insights from the wide array of sources both publicly available and proprietary data collected by various partnering city agencies and organizations. His projects span many different domains and topics ranging from understanding building energy performance for data-driven policies to drive climate action, identifying urban mobility patterns and their interdependence with the physical infrastructure. Bartosz received M.S. in Urban Informatics from NYU Center for Urban Science and Progress - CUSP (2015) and completed a B.S. (2009) and a M.S. (2011) in Geography with a focus on tourism from University of Lodz in his home country of Poland. Prior to joining Marron Institute he was a Research Scientist at NYU CUSP.