Andrius Petrėnas is a lecturer at KTU Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. In 2015 Andrius obtained a doctoral degree in technological sciences; since 2017 he is the Head of the Laboratory of Multimodal Biosignal Flows at the KTU Institute of Biomedical Engineering.
The main research direction of A. Petrėnas is the development of technologies for early atrial fibrillation arrhythmia recognition and the development and research of methods for characterizing the temporal distribution profiles of self-terminating episodes of arrhythmia.
The researcher is the winner of the first place of the Infobalt scholarship (2015), the laureate of the LJMS competition “Best Dissertation 2015” in the field of physical, technological, biomedical and agricultural sciences (2016), the laureate of the LMA young scientist scholarship competition (2019) , laureate of KTU’s most active young scientists competition (2018), laureate of the Kazicki Family Foundation prize competition (2020).
A. Petrėnas is also a reviewer of scientific journals (e.g. “Computers in Biology and Medicine”, “IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering”).