Marcin Szpyrka, DSc (firstname.lastname@example.org, www) holds a position of associate professor in AGH UST in Krakow, Poland, Department of Applied Computer Science. Since 1997 he has been actively involved in number of research projects, including Regulus, Adder, INDECT and recently Alvis and Bimloq. He was coordinator of the Adder project and leader of Alvis.
Marcin Szpyrka has a MSc in Mathematics and PhD and DSc (habilitation) in Computer Science. He is the author of over 100 publications, from the domains of formal methods, software engineering and knowledge engineering. His fields of interest also include theory of concurrency and functional programming. Among other things, he is author of 3 books on Petri nets (the last published in 2008).
He is involved in several conferences and workshops, including CEE-SET, CMS and IWBI. He has been lecturing computer science and mathematics courses in number of polish universities. He also took part in a number of curricula preparations, including graduate and postgraduate studies, for several universities.
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