role: Principal Investigator
Marcin obtained his PhD from the University of Warsaw in 2012. In the academic year 2013/14 he was a postdoc at the University of Bergen, in the academic year 2014/15 he was a postdoc at the University of Warwick, and during Fall 2015 he participated in the Fine-grained complexity and algorithm design program at the Simons Institute for Theory of Computing in Berkeley. Since January 2016, he returned as an associate professor to the University of Warsaw.
His research interests lie mostly on the boundary of algorithm design and structural graph theory. After hours, he plays board games and rides on his bike.
Krzysztof is a first-year master student at Institute of Informatics of University of Warsaw. He loves sports – he is an active player in a waterpolo team and snowboards whenever he has an opportunity. In his free time he likes sharing his passions on both science and sports – as a coach for a youth waterpolo team and by giving lectures on algorithmics for high school students.
Wojciech is a student pursuing master’s degree in Computer Science on University of Warsaw. His main hobby is competitive programming and algorithmics. When he is not solving algorithmic problems he also likes to solve mathematical problems and logical puzzles or play table tennis, badminton and video games.
Michał is a first year master’s student at Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science of Jagiellonian University.
His main field of interest is combinatorics. In free time he usually plays go and reads SF books. For longer breaks, he prefers traveling, brewing and fishing.