Tomasz Michalak is interested in artificial intelligence, social networks, computational social science, multi-agent systems, game theory, fintech and e-commerce. He joined the University of Warsaw in 2009.
Marcin Dziubiński is interested in game theory, social choice and theoretical economics (spatial games, allocation games, networks). He joined the University of Warsaw in 2011.
Oskar Skibski is interested in network science (social network analysis, centrality measures) and cooperative game theory (payoff division, graph games). He joined the University of Warsaw in 2015.
Piotr Skowron is interested in computational social choice, stable matchings and fair division. He is currently conducting a study on voting systems used during the participatory budgeting elections. He joined the University of Warsaw in 2018.
Dorota Celińska-Kopczyńska’s research interests bridge statistical modelling, network science, and computational geometry (with a special focus on non-Euclidean embeddings of graphs). She joined the University of Warsaw in 2019.
Marcin Waniek is interested in social network analysis, artificial intelligence, computational social science, and game theory. He joined the University of Warsaw in 2023.
Grzegorz Pierczyński is interested in computational social choice, specifically in single-winner elections, multiwinner elections, and participatory budgeting.
Stach Kaźmierowski is interested in game theory and mechanism design.
In his research work he focuses on solving large games with succinct
representation, such as conflicts with multiple battlefields and
security games on graphs.