Dr Lukasz Walasek is an associate professor at the Department of Psychology, University of Warwick, UK. He completed PhD and MSc in Psychology at the University of Essex and a BSc in Psychosocial Sciences at the University of East Anglia. Dr Walasek is a deputy PI on the Midlands Engine project, which aims to improve mental health and productivity in the Midlands region of the UK. He is also a Co-lead of the Behavioural Brain & Society Global Research Priorities, promoting behavioural science research and collaborations between Warwick university, government, and industry.
In his research, Dr Walasek applies insights from data science to study how people make everyday decisions and judgments. His current research interests include context effects, food choice, and natural language processing.