I am Vice-Dean for Education at the Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications of the Cracow…
B.Eng, M.Sc, Ph.D
Hello, I am Daniel Grzonka
I received my B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from Cracow University of Technology, Poland, in 2012 and 2013, respectively. In 2019 I have received Ph.D. degree from the Polish Academy of Sciences (in cooperation with Jagiellonian University). All degrees (with distinctions) are in Computer Science.
Currently, I am Assistant Professor at the Cracow University of Technology and Vice-Dean for Education at the Faculty of Computer Science and Telecommunications. As well as I am the laureate of the prestigious START 2019 competition of the Foundation for Polish Science for the most outstanding young scientists. I am also a member of Polish Information Processing Society.
I have been working for several corporations, companies and scientific institutions, like ABB ISDC, CDN-Partner, Cracow University of Technology, AGH University of Science and Technology and Jagiellonian University. The main topics of my research are listed below.
Development of formal models for multi-agent systems. The use of agent systems in wide-area modelling and simulation applications.
Cloud and grid computing
Problems of balanced use of cloud and grid computing resources. Virtualisation of computing environments.
Task scheduling problem
Work on the problem of task scheduling, with particular emphasis on the processing of computing task batches.
Processing and analysis of various datasets, including work within the BigData paradigm.
Implementation and evaluation of advanced classification and regression models. Knowledge construction based on different data types.
High-performance distributed computing, as well as vector computing on processor registers.
Research cooperation proposal
- Collaborative research papers
- Joint grant applications
- Publication reviews
- Erasmus+ visits
- Hosting a visiting professor