CD NIWA Team Leader

prof. Henryk Krawczyk, PhD Eng

krawczykProf. Henryk Krawczyk is a specialist in distributed architecture computer systems and software engineering. He is the head of the Department of Computer Architecture and was the dean of Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics for four times. Since 2008 he has been the rector of Gdańsk University of Technology. He promoted 22 PhD theses. He participated in many successful national and international research projects (e.g. Tempus, Copernicus, Esprit and Mayday Euro 2012 – one of the most innovative research grants) and is a co-author of two licences (2010, 2011) in a research project linked with VoIP systems. He is an author of several computer system implementations (e.g. a support system for endoscopy examination used by Medical University of Gdańsk) and more than 350 scientific publications (with 99 external citations, Index-H: 3), including one foreign monograph and nine KASKBOOK books related to research works of the Department of Computer Architecture. He is a member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, chairman of the CI TASK Users Council and WETI, IBS PAN and IPI PAN Scientific Committees. He is a member of the KRASP Praesidium and president of the Committee on Information Infrastructure of KRASP.

The Team

The team is a close-knit group of nine passionate individuals from Gdańsk University of Technology who are enthusiastic about high performance computing, multimedia processing, natural language processing and OpenSource. In our team consists of members holding PhD diploma, PhD and MSc. students. We specialize in C++ (e.g. RDMA, MPI, Boost and GStreamer) and Java technologies such as Spring, Hibernate and ActiveMQ. Our developers have rich experience in scientific and business projects, such as MAYDAY EURO 2012, Platon, PLGrid, Beesy Cluster, Tempus, Copernicus or Endoscopy Recommender System (ERS). Part of our team have certifications from IBM, Oracle/Sun, Novell and LPI (e.g. OCPJP and LPIC). We focus not only on development, but we also do research that is connected with HPC. We create models based on diagnostic data, we design and execute validation tests to prove them, and we use them to solve real-life problems.