Grzegorz J. Nalepa, PhD (email@example.com, http://home.agh.edu.pl/gjn) holds a position of assistant professor in AGH UST in Krakow, Poland and PhD and Dsc (habilitation) degrees from the AGH UST. His work is focused on design methods for intelligent systems, as well as knowledge representation and reasoning techniques. He formulated a new design approach for intelligent rule-based systems called XTT (eXtended Tabular Trees), as well as the Semantic Knowledge Engineering design and analysis methodology for knowledge-based systems. He authored and co-authored over 150 publications (see here) from the domains of rules and knowledge engineering, intelligent systems, semantic web, business intelligence and software engineering. In 2009 along with professor Antoni Ligęza he created the GEIST research team, which he has been leading since then. He has been actively involved in number of research projects, including Regulus, Mirella, Adder, HeKatE and recently INDECT, BIMLOQ, Parnas and Prosecco.
He has been involved in over 30 international conferences and workshops. Since 2008 he co-organizes the Knowledge and Software Engineering Workshop (KESE) at KI, the German AI conference, and more recently on the Spanish CAEPIA, as well as ECAI 2012. He is the President of the Polish Artificial Intelligence Society (PSSI http://pssi.agh.edu.pl), member of ECAI.
For a full scientific resume see http://home.agh.edu.pl/~gjn/wiki/research.