Web of Science ResearcherID M-6465-2019
Honors and Awards
(reverse chronological order)
(reverse chronological order)
2019 - 2023 leader of the Cracow node of Team-Net project Near Term Quantum Computig managed by prof. Marek Kuś and financed by Foundation for Polish Science (FNP)
2016 - 2021 leader of the Grant Maestro 7 Uncertainty Relations and Quantum Entanglement financed by Polish National Science Centre (NCN)
2012 - 2014 participation in two
Maestro Grants coordinated by a) prof. Ryszard Horodecki
(Gdansk) and b) prof. Maciej A. Nowak
(Cracow), financed by Polish National Science Centre
2011 - 2014 participation in the SFB Transregio Research Grant SFB/TR12 "Symmetries and Universality in Mezoscopic Systems III" coordinated by prof. Alexander Altland (Collogne) and an associated special grant financed by Polish National Science Centre (NCN).
2010 - 2013 coordination of the MNiSW (Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education) Research Grant no. N202 090239 entitled "Geometry of Quantum Entanglement"
2009 - 2012 participation in Jagiellonian University International Ph.D. Studies in Physics of Complex Systems. This project, financed Foundation for Polish Science, is coordinated by prof. Jacek Wosiek (Jagiellonian University).
2007 - 2010 participation in the SFB Transregio Research Grant SFB/TR12 "Symmetries and Universality in Mezoscopic Systems II" coordinated by prof. Alexander Altland (Collogne) and an associated special grant DFG-SFB/38/2007 financed by Polish Ministry of Science and Information Technology.
2006 - 2009 participation in an integrated project SCAlable quantum computing with Light and Atoms, Polish branch coordinated by prof. Ryszard Horodecki (University of Gdansk)
2005 - 2008 participation in the EU
Marie Curie Host Fellowships for Transfer of Knowledge
Project COCOS (Correlations in Complex Systems)
coordinated by prof. Jerzy Jurkiewicz (Mark Kac Complex Systems
Research Centre, Jagiellonian University)
2003 - 2006 participation in the SFB
Transregio Research Grant SFB/TR12
"Symmetries and Universality in Mezoscopic
Systems" coordinated by prof. Martin
2003 - 2006 coordination of the Volkswagen Stiftung reserach program "Entanglement and Noise", (with Andreas Buchleitner MPI PKS Dresden)
2002 - 2005 participation in the solicitated Research Grant "Quantum Information Processing" no. PBZ-MIN-008/P03/2003 of Polish Ministry of Science and Information Technology coordinated by Prof. Robert Alicki (Gdansk) and Prof. Lech Mankiewicz (Warsaw)
2001 - 2002 coordination of the KBN (Polish Science Committee) Research Grant no. 5 P03B 086 21 entitled "Spectral Properties of Quantum Dynamical Systems" (promotorski)
2000 - 2003 coordination of the KBN (Polish Science Committee) Research Grant no. P03B 072 19 entitled "Quantum Entanglement and Geometry of Quantum States"
1997 - 1999 coordination of the KBN (Polish Science Committee) Research Grant no. P03B 060 13 entitled "Iterated Function Systems & Entropy in Dynamical Systems"
1995 - 1996 coordination of the KBN (Polish Science Committee) Research Grant no. 2P/03A 060 09 entitled "Metric Entropy in Quantum Systems"
1995 - 1996 coordination of a Polish-Swedish Research Program in theoretical physics financed by KBN.
1993 - 1994 coordination of the KBN Research Grant no. 2P/302/035/05 entitled "Random Unitary Matrices"
1991 - 1992 coordination of the KBN Research Grant no. 2/0084/91/01 entitled "Lapunow Exponent in Quantum Mechanics"
1991 - 1993 participation in the KBN Research Grant no. 2/0079/91/01 entitled "Quantum Analogues of Classically Chaotic Systems" coordinated by Prof. Jakub Zakrzewski.
Memberships and Affiliations
Polskie Towarzystwo Fizyczne (Polish Physical Society);
Warsaw; member since 1990.
vice-president of Section of Physics in Economy and Social
Fundacja Śniadeckich, (Sniadeccy Foundation); Cracow;
Vice President of Foundation Board since 1993.
The aim of the Foundation is to animate
and support cooperation between academic communities in
Poland and abroad. Śniadeccy Foundation grants
research fellowships for outstanding scientists from abroad
in order to enable them to complete research project in
Member of editorial boards
native Polish, fluent in English and German; basic knowledge of Russian, Italian and French, studied also Latin and Spanish.
Last update: May 4, 2020
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