★ Welcome to the wiki of Grzegorz J. Nalepa <gjn AT gjn.re>
@ Motto: Minds shape worlds!
This page was previously at (home.agh.edu.pl/gjn)
Selected recent events I've been involved, interested in:
All information for students (in Polish) (coming soon)
I am an active researcher. See also the separate research page.
For my papers see the AGH UST BPP system and the following systems:
The main recent activity includes the creation and coordination of the AffCAI research group devoted to the topics of affective computing, context-awarness and ambient intelligence.
I am an Elsevier Recognized Reviewer.
I have been elected the President of the Polish Artificial Intelligence Society (polish Polskie Stowarzyszenie Sztucznej Inteligencji (PSSI)) established in 2009 for supporting and promoting AI in Poland.
Currently (since 2020) I hold a position of Full Professor in the Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
In the years 1999-2019 I worked at the AGH UST, where I am still involved in some projects.
I hold the title of full professor of Technical Sciences (2019) from the president of the Republic of Poland, see the book summarizing some of my works: Modeling with Rules Using Semantic Knowledge Engineering, Intelligent Systems Reference Library, Vol. 130, ISBN: 978-3-319-66654-9, Pages: XXIV, 435, Springer International Publishing, 2018, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-66655-6**
Moreover, as well as the degrees of habilitation (DSc, 2012), doctorate (PhD, 2004) and Master of Science (MSc. Eng., 1999) all in Computer Science in Artificial Intelligence from AGH University.
I also received Master of Arts (MA) in Philosophy from Jagiellonian University.
For my full CV look here.
(Photo: Copyright © 2017 by Adam Walanus)
In 2012 I received the scientific award of POLITYKA weekly for the most promising scientific achievements in technical sciences in Poland.
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