April 2019 – current: Professor of the University
at Gdansk University of Technology,
at the faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics

October 2018 – April 2019: Associate Professor
at Gdansk University of Technology,
at the faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics

August 2016 – August 2018: Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)
at California State University Channel Islands,
Computer Science Program

April 2014 – August 2016: Marie Curie Intra-European
Postdoctoral Fellow (until March 2016) and Postdoctoral Fellow
(April-August 2016) in Edelsbrunner Group
at the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria)

July 2008 – June 2013: researcher in algebraic topology
at the Research Centre of Mathematics of the University of Minho
in Braga, Portugal (a fixed-term contract)

August 2006 – September 2007:
postdoctoral fellow at Department of Mathematics
of Kyoto University, Japan; the fellowship was awarded
by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
for the period of 13 months

August 2001 – May 2003, August 2005 – July 2006:
visiting assistant professor (postdoc)
at the School of Mathematics of Georgia Institute
of Technology (GaTech) in Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.

October 1999 – August 2006:
assistant professor at the Institute of Computer Science
of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland

2018 - Habilitation in mathematical sciences,
in the domain of computer science,
at the Jagiellonian University;
dissertation: *Discrete Algorithms for Rigorous
Numerical-Topological Analysis of Dynamical Systems*

2001 - PhD in mathematical sciences, in the domain of computer science,
at the Jagiellonian University;
PhD dissertation: *A Topological Algorithm
for Rigorous Verification of the Existence of Periodic Trajectories*
(in Polish); advisor:
Professor Marian Mrozek

2000 - Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English
(reference no. 00CPL0018007)

1999 - M.Sc. in computer science at the Jagiellonian University
(a diploma with distinction); master thesis:
*Homology Computation of Chain Complexes and Cubical Sets*
(in Polish);
supervisor:
Professor Marian Mrozek

1997 - M.Sc. in mathematics at the Jagiellonian University
(a diploma with distinction); master thesis:
*Connection Matrices for Morse Decompositions* (in Polish);
supervisor: Professor Roman Srzednicki

1992 - secondary school finals
at the 5th Secondary School in Kraków -
a class with mathematical profile, with mathematics and physics
taught by academic teachers

2019 - individual reward of the 2nd degree
from the Rector of Gdańsk University of Technology
for obtaining the Doctor Habilitatus degree in 2018

2017 - Materials, Services, Facilities and Technology (MSFT) Fee funded
grant for purchasing professional quality equipment
for the Networking and Security Lab (US$42,700 awarded)

2017 - Summer 2017 Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities (RSCA)
internal grant at CSU CI for the research project entitled
*The Persistence of Maps* (US$5,400 awarded)

2015 - selected in a competitive call to give a series of two lectures
at the 3rd edition of the conference *Between Theory and Applications:
Mathematics in Action* (a scholarship of 9,600 zł awarded)

2012, 2013, 2015 - three Short Visit Grants
(608 euro + 1,587 euro + 617 euro), European Science Foundation,
in the framework of the ESF-PESC Networking Programme
*Applied and Computational Algebraic Topology* (ACAT)

2013 - Marie Curie Intra-European Postdoctoral Fellowship
for 2 years (248,379.60 euro)

2012 - Visiting Professor Grant for 1 month
(5,670 Brazilian Reals),
Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP), Brazil

2009 - Research & Development Grant for 3 years (26,428 euro),
Foundation of Science and Technology (FCT), Portugal

2006 - Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research for 13 months,
during the JSPS fellowship (1,000,000 yen),
Ministry of Education, Science, Technology, Culture and Sports, Japan

2005 - Postdoctoral Fellowship for 13 months
(ca. 6,200,000 yen in total),
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

2001 - Advised Ph.D. Grant for completing the PhD thesis
(19,950 zł), Committee for Scientific Research, Poland

October 1997 – September 1999:
PhD student scholarship at the Institute of Mathematics
of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland

October 1997 – June 1999: student scholarship for good achievements
during the MSc degree course in computer science

1996 - Second Prize at the Third International Competition
in Mathematics for Undergraduate Students, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

October 1993 – June 1997: student scholarship for good achievements
during the MSc degree course in mathematics

1992: Finalist of the National Stage of the Polish Olympiad
in Mathematics for secondary school students

1990: Distinction in the Regional Stage of the Polish Olympiad
in Mathematics for secondary school students
(implied the highest grade in A-Levels in mathematics
without taking this exam, and exam-free entry to the university
for mathematics and computer science MSc degree programs)

1988: 1st Place in the Regional Olymiad in Mathematics
for primary school students

2011-2012 - team member in the strategic research project UI 13
of the Research Centre of Mathematics of the University of Minho;
FCT grant no. PEst-C/MAT/UI0013/2011

2010-2013 - team member in the research project
"Algebraic Topology and Applications";
grant no. PTDC/MAT/098317/2008

2010-2013 - principal investigator in the research project
"Computational Cohomology and Applications";
grant no. PTDC/MAT/098871/2008

2006-2007 - Grant-in-Aid No. 1806039 for Scientific Research
awarded by the
Ministry of Education, Science, Technology, Culture and Sports, Japan

2003-2006 - team member of the research project
"Computational Topology and Dynamics" (principal investigator:
Professor Marian Mrozek);
grant no. 2 P03A 041 24

2001-2002 - principal investigador in the advised Ph.D. grant
"Topological Algorithm for Rigorous Verification
of the Existence of Periodic Trajectories" (advisor:
Professor Marian Mrozek);
grant no. 5 P03A 039 20

2000-2003 - team member in the research project
"Topological Methods in Rigorous Computational Dynamics"
(principal investigator:
Professor Marian Mrozek);
grant no. 2 P03A 011 18

1998-2000 - participant of the research project
"Topological Methods in Computer-Assisted Proofs
in the Theory of Dynamical Systems"
(principal investigator:
Professor Marian Mrozek);
grant no. 2 P03A 029 12

2019 - Program Committee member of the 21st International
Conference on Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery
DGCI2019
in Paris, France

2019 - member of the Scientific Committee
of the 7th International Workshop on Computational Topology
in Image Context (CTIC2019)
in Malaga, Spain

2017 - senior Program Committee member of the 20th International
Conference on Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery
DGCI2017
in Vienna, Austria

2016 - member of the Scientific Committee
of the 6th International Workshop on Computational Topology
in Image Context (CTIC16)
in Marseille, France

2014 - member of the Scientific Committee
of the international Workshop on Computational Topology
in Image Context (CTIC14)
in Timisoara, Romania

2012 - member of the Scientific Committee of the Fourth
International Workshop on Computational Topology in Image Context
(CTIC 2012)
in Bertinoro, Italy

2010 - member of the Program Committee of the Third
International Congress on Mathematical Software
(ICMS 2010 - developers meeting) at Kobe University, Japan

2010 - member of the Scientific Committee of the Third
International Workshop on Computational Topology in Image Context
(CTIC 2010) in Chipiona, Spain

I have participated in peer reviewing
for a few international academic journals and some events,
including the following ones (by invitation in each case):

2015 - Gdańsk University of Technology and Medical University of Gdańsk,
Poland (4 days)

2015 - California State University Channel Islands (CSUCI),
Camarillo, CA, U.S.A. (6 days)

2007 - Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, U.S.A. (7 days)

2007 - Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan (10 days)

2006 - Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan (8 days)

2004 - Osaka University, Japan (1 week)

2002 - University of Sherbrooke, Canada (5 days)

2002 - Brown University, Providence, RI, U.S.A. (1 week)

2002 - Kyoto University, Japan (1 week)

2000 - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, U.S.A. (1 month)

## Hosted Visitors

2017 - Beata Graff, Medical University of Gdańsk, Poland (2 weeks)

2017 - Grzegorz Graff, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland (2 weeks)

2017 - Tomasz Kaczynski, University of Sherbrooke, Canada (11 days)

2017 - Stefano Luzzatto, International Centre
for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy (2 weeks)

2016 - Stefano Luzzatto, International Centre
for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italy (1 week)

2013 - Jacek Szybowski, AGH University of Science and Technology,
Kraków, Poland (1 week)

2012 - Jacek Szybowski, AGH University of Science and Technology,
Kraków, Poland (1 month)

2012 - Marcin Mazur, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland (1 month)

2012 - Marcio Gameiro, University of São Paulo
at São Carlos, Brazil (3 weeks)

2010 - Grzegorz Graff, Gdańsk University of Technology,
Poland (2 weeks)

2009 - Grzegorz Graff, Gdańsk University of Technology,
Poland (2 weeks)

## Talks at Conferences and Workshops

2020 - *Rigorous numerics in one-dimensional dynamics*,
Wandering Seminar. A conference on Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems,
Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk, Poland

2019 - *Algorithmic computation of the homomorphism induced in homology*,
invited to the session *Computational mathematics*,
Jubilee Congress for the 100th anniversary of the Polish Mathematical Society,
Kraków, Poland

2019 - *Automatic classification of dynamical systems based upon Morse decomposition*,
invited to the session *Topological methods for differential equations*,
Jubilee Congress for the 100th anniversary of the Polish Mathematical Society,
Kraków, Poland

2017 - *Progress in algorithmic computation of the homological Conley index map*,
invited to the Special Session on Morse, Conley, and Forman Approaches
to Smooth and Discrete Dynamical Systems,
Mathematical Congress of the Americas (MCA) 2017, Montreal, Canada

2016 - *Computation of Cubical Steenrod Squares*,
Computational Topology in Image Context, Marseille, France

2016 - *Effective computation of expansivity rates
in one-dimensional dynamics* (invited speaker),
Computation in Dynamics, ICERM, Brown University, Providence, RI, U.S.A.

2016 - *Effective computation of expansivity rates
in one-dimensional dynamics*,
Dynamics and Computation, a conference on the occasion
of the retirement of Professor Ushiki,
Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

2015 - *Persistent homology for maps – a graph approach*,
the final meeting of the TOPOSYS project, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

2015 - *Computing a map in homology through projections
from its graph*, ACAT Final Project Meeting (ACAT 2015),
Institute of Science and Technology Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria

2015 - *A combinatorial-topological approach
to automatic classification of global dynamics*
(invited speaker, plenary talk),
4th edition of the international conference on Dynamics,
Topology and Computations (DyToComp 2015),
Będlewo, Poland

2015 - *Automatic classification of global dynamics
in multi-parameter systems* (invited speaker), Conference
Between Theory and Applications – Mathematics in Action
(third edition), Będlewo, Poland

2015 - *Inducing a map on homology from a correspondence*,
Homology: Theoretical and Computational Aspects (HTCA) School,
Genova, Italy

2014 - *Inducing a map on homology from a correspondence*,
invited to the workshop on Computational Topology and Geometry
within the 8th Foundations of Computational Mathematics conference
(FoCM 2014), Montevideo, Uruguay

2014 - *An application of the persistence paradigm
to the computation of the Conley index*,
invited to the workshop on Computational Dynamics
within the 8th Foundations of Computational Mathematics conference
(FoCM 2014), Montevideo, Uruguay

2014 - *A chain contraction approach
to the algorithmic computation of homology,
cohomology, and homological operations
on cubical complexes* (invited speaker),
Seventh de Brún Workshop on Homological Perturbation Theory,
Galway, Ireland

2014 - *Outer approximations of maps in combinatorial analysis
of dynamics* (invited speaker), International Workshop
on Combinatorial/Topological Frameworks for Multiparameter Nonlinear Dynamics,
Lorentz Center, Leiden, The Netherlands

2014 - *Automatic classification of global dynamics
via Morse decompositions. The case of flows*,
Minisymposium on Computational Methods at the
8th European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference (ENOC 2014),
Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria

2014 - *Computational homology* (invited speaker, plenary talk),
CSM - The Third Conference of PhD Students in Mathematics, and
(CS)^{2} - The 9th Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science,
University of Szeged, Hungary

2014 - *Automatic classification of global dynamics
in flows with parameters* (invited speaker), RIMS Conference /
The 6th CREST-SBM International Conference on
New Directions in Applied Dynamical Systems,
Kyoto, Japan

2014 - *Transitivity and mixing at finite resolution*
(invited speaker), International Workshop on
Dynamical Systems and Computation, Kyoto, Japan

2013 - *A chain contraction approach to the computation
of cubical homology and cohomology*,
invited to the special session
*Computer algebra in algebraic topology and its applications*,
Applications of Computer Algebra (ACA 2013),
Málaga, Spain

2013 - *Morse decompositions for time-t Maps* (invited speaker)
and *Preliminary computation of Morse decompositions
for the Gardner-Smoller equation*,
Fifth Developers Workshop on the Conley-Morse Database Project,
Kyoto, Japan

2012 - *Computation of cubical homology, cohomology,
and related operations via chain contraction*,
International Conference on Dynamics,
Topology and Computations (DyToComp 2012),
Będlewo, Poland

2012 - *On the computation of the cohomological Conley index
from a cubical representation of the index map
that is not acyclic* (invited speaker),
Third Developers Workshop on the Conley-Morse Database Project,
Florianopolis, Brazil

2012 - *Automatic computation of global dynamics for flows*,
Summer Meeting on Differential Equations, 2012 Chapter,
Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas
e de Computação (ICMC),
Universidade de São Paulo, São Carlos, Brazil

2011 - *Finite resolution dynamics based on open covers*,
invited to the mini-symposium
*Computational Approach to Global Dynamics*,
7th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM),
Vancouver, BC, Canada

2011 - *Set-oriented numerical analysis
of difference equations with parameters* (invited speaker),
*Future Directions in Difference Equations*,
Vigo, Spain

2010 - tutorial session on the CHomP software,
3rd International Congress on Mathematical Software
(ICMS 2010 - developers meeting),
Kobe University, Japan

2010 - *Automatic computation of the Conley index.
Algorithms and applications*,
Special Session on Topological Invariants in Dynamical Systems,
8th AIMS Conference on Dynamical Systems,
Differential Equations and Applications,
Dresden, Germany

2009 - *Finite resolution dynamics based on open covers*,
International Conference on Dynamics,
Topology and Computations (DyToComp 2009),
Będlewo, Poland

2009 - *Automatic analysis of global dynamics
in multi-parameter families of difference equations*
(invited speaker; plenary talk),
Progress on Difference Equations 2009,
Będlewo, Poland

2009 - *A rigorous numerical method for estimating uniform
expansion rates in one-dimensional dynamics* (invited speaker),
Dynamic Day in Porto,
Department of Pure Mathematics, University of Porto, Portugal

2008 - *The Computational Homology Project (CHomP) and its software
for the digital image analysis* (invited speaker),
Computational Algebraic Topology within Image Context,
Department of Applied Mathematics I,
University of Seville, Spain

2008 - *The Computational Homology Project (CHomP)
and its software for mathematical computing*,
First Global COE Seminar on Mathematical Research Using Computers,
Department of Mathematics, Kyoto University, Japan

2008 - *Automatic classification of global dynamics
of multi-parameter systems* (short communication),
New Development in the Study of
Dynamical Systems beyond Uniform Hyperbolicity,
Research Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto, Japan

2008 - *Computational-topological approach
to the classification of global dynamics of multi-parameter systems*,
Dynamics & Applications,
University of Minho, Braga, Portugal

2008 - *Databases for the global dynamics
of multi-parameter systems* (invited speaker),
Computational Topology and Dynamics Workshop,
Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, U.S.A.

2008 - *Quantitative hyperbolicity estimates
in one-dimensional dynamics*,
International Workshop on Computer Assisted Proofs in Nonlinear Dynamics,
Imperial College, London, United Kingdom

2007 - *The CHomP software advanced features*,
JSIAM Summer Seminar on Applied Mathematics
"Computational Homology: Theory and Applications",
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan

2007 - *Computer assisted analysis of global dynamics
via Morse decompositions* (invited speaker),
RIMS Workshop on New Trends of Dynamical Systems and its Applications,
Kyoto, Japan

2007 - *Computational Homology Project* (invited speaker),
16th Meeting of the Japan Society for Symbolic and Algebraic Computation,
Kurashiki, Japan

2007 - *Combinatorial approach to dynamics
and Morse decompositions* (invited speaker),
NCTS Workshop on Dynamical Systems,
National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

2007 - *Computational Homology Project*,
4th workshop Mathematical Software and Free Documents,
Saitama University near Tokyo, Japan

2007 - *Continuation of Morse decompositions -
an algorithmic approach*,
Workshop on Topological and Computational
Approaches to Dynamical Systems and Applications,
Ryukoku University, Kyoto, Japan

2007 - *A computer assisted approach to the continuation
of Morse decompositions*,
Winter Dynamical Systems Workshop,
Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan

2006 - *Computing the homology of cubical sets and maps*,
*Topology and Computers 2006*,
Osaka, Japan

2006 - *Automatic homology computation with application
to pattern classification*,
RIMS Symposium on Pattern Formation Problems in Dissipative Systems,
Kyoto, Japan

2006 - *An automated method for the analysis
of a multi-parameter family of dynamical systems*,
Sixth International Conference on Dynamical Systems
and Differential Equations,
Poitiers, France

2006 - *Introduction to the CHomP software*,
International Conference on Dynamics,
Topology and Computations (DyToComp 2006),
Będlewo, Poland

2006 - *Cubical index pairs and the excision property*,
International Conference on Dynamics,
Topology and Computations (DyToComp 2006),
Będlewo, Poland

2006 - *Computational Homology Project*
(at Computational Homology Tutorial Session),
Computational Homology and Materials Science Workshop,
Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.

2004 - *Computer-assisted topological methods
in dynamical systems* (in Polish),
School on Dynamical Systems,
Będlewo, Poland

2004 - *Cubical approach to the computation of the homology
of continuous maps*,
Workshop on Dynamics and Computations,
Shonan International Center in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

2003 - *Algorithmic homology computation and the Conley index*,
Dynamical Systems,
University of North Texas in Denton, TX, U.S.A.

2003 - *Automatic computation of the Conley index.
A cubical approach*,
Fourth International Conference on Dynamic Systems and Differential Equations,
Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.

2003 - *Algorithmic homology computation as a tool in dynamics*,
Maryland-Penn State Workshop on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics,
University of Maryland at College Park, U.S.A.

2002 - *Topological-numerical approach
to the existence of periodic trajectories in ODEs*,
The Fourth International Conference
on Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations,
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, U.S.A.

2001 - *Periodic trajectories
in the Rössler and Lorenz equations* (invites speaker),
Second Workshop on the Conley Index and Related Topics,
University of Sherbrooke, Canada

1999 - *Computer assisted proof of the existence of a periodic orbit
in the Rössler equations*,
Equadiff 99, Berlin, Germany

## Poster Presentations

2014 - *Chain contraction approach to (co)homology computation*,
international workshop on Discrete, Computational
and Algebraic Topology (DCAT), Copenhagen, Denmark

2010 - *The Computational Homology Project - CHomP*,
3rd International Congress on Mathematical Software
(ICMS 2010 - developers meeting),
Kobe University, Japan

## Talks on Own Work at Academic Seminars,

and Mini-Courses

2021 - *Persistent Homology and Heart Rate Variability*,
Topological Data Analysis Seminar,
joint seminar of the University of Gdańsk and Gdańsk University of Technology, Gdańsk, Poland

2020 - *How much stochastic dynamics is there in the logistic map?*
Computational Mathematics Seminar, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

2019 - *A numerical-topological method for the analysis
of dynamical systems*,
Seminar of the Numerical Analysis Research Group,
Institute of Computer Science, University of Wrocław, Poland

2017 - *Homology computation for maps – a graph approach*,
Seminar of the Research Center on Algebraic and Geometric Structures,
Department of Mathematics, University of Sherbrooke, Canada

2015 - *A computational method
for topological classification of global dynamics*,
Seminar of ALTA - Institute for Algebra, Geometry, Topology
and their Applications, University of Bremen, Germany

2015 - *Inducing a map on homology from a correspondence*,
Seminar on Computational Mathematics, Chair of Computational Mathematics,
Institute of Computer Science of the Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

2015 - *A combinatorial-topological method
for automatic classification of global dynamics
in multi-parameter systems*,
Computer Science Graduate Seminar,
California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, CA, U.S.A.

2015 - *Automatic classification of global dynamics
in multi-parameter systems. A topological approach*,
Colloqium on Computational Topology and Geometry,
Institute of Geometry, Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria

2014 - *Automatic combinatorial-topological analysis
of dynamical systems*, Differential Equations Seminar,
Bolyai Institute, Faculty of Science and Information Technology,
University of Szeged, Hungary

2014 - *A computational framework
for combinatorial-topological analysis of dynamical systems*,
Geometry and Topology Seminar,
Institute of Science and Technology, Klosterneuburg, Austria

2014 - *Automatic classification of global dynamics
via Morse decomposition in dynamical systems with parameters*,
Dynamical Systems Seminar, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan

2012 - *Automatic classification
of global dynamics in multi-parameter systems*,
Dynamical Systems Seminar, Departmento de Matemáticas,
Universidad de Oviedo, Spain

2012 - *Computational Homology and Applications*
(mini-course: 3 x 2 hours),
Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas
e de Computação (ICMC),
Universidade de São Paulo, São Carlos, Brazil

2010 - *A computational method for automatic analysis
of global dynamics of multi-parameter systems*,
Department of Physics,
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

2010 - *A database schema for the analysis
of global dynamics of multi-parameter systems*,
Department of Applied Mathematics,
University of Vigo, Spain

2010 - *Finite resolution dynamics*,
Dynamical Systems Seminar,
Department of Mathematics, Kyoto University, Japan

2010 - *Algorithmic analysis of global dynamics
in dynamical systems with parameters* (in Polish),
Departmental Colloquium of the Mathematicians,
Department of Technological Physics and Applied Mathematics,
Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland

2009 - *A database schema for the analysis
of global dynamics of multi-parameter systems*,
Seminario de sistemas dinamicos,
Centro de Matematica e Aplicaçoes Fundamentais,
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

2009 - *A method for automatic classification
of global dynamics in multi-parameter systems*,
Dynamical Systems Seminar,
Mathematics Department, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom

2009 - *An algorithm for the classification
of global dynamics of multi-parameter systems*,
Seminário em Análise, Geometria
e Física-Matemática,
University of Minho, Braga, Portugal

2008 - *Cataloguing global dynamics in multi-parameter systems*,
Computer-Aided Proofs in Analysis (CAPA) seminar,
Mathematics Department, Bergen University, Norway

2007 - *Automatic topological-combinatorial analysis
of global dynamics*,
Dynamical Systems Seminar,
Mathematics Department, University of Porto, Portugal

2007 - *Computational dynamics*,
Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences,
Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan

2007 - *Automated analysis of dynamical systems
with the use of graph algorithms*,
Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences,
Hiroshima University, Japan

2007 - *Computational approach to algebraic topology:
cubical homology*,
Dynamical Systems Seminar,
National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Math. Division,
National Tsing Hua University,
Hsinchu, Taiwan

2007 - *Combinatorial analysis of dynamical systems*,
Nonlinear Analysis and PDEs Seminar,
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, U.S.A.

2006 - *Computational dynamics and cubical homology*,
Kyoto Interdisciplinary Dynamics Seminar (KIDS),
Kyoto Uniersity, Japan

2006 - *Algorithms and software for the cubical homology
computation* (a series of two talks),
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan

2006 - *Algorithmic approach to the computation
of homology of spaces and maps*,
Colloquium of the Department of Mathematics,
Kyoto University, Japan

2005 - *A concurrent algorithm for constructing
index pairs* (in Polish),
Seminar on Symbolic and Computational Dynamics,
Institute of Computer Science, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

2004 - *Cubical homology and its automatic computation*
(a series of two talks),
Osaka University, Japan

2003 - *An algorithm for constructing
cubical index pairs* (in Polish),
Seminar on Symbolic and Computational Dynamics,
Institute of Computer Science, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

2003 - *An algorithm for computing homomorphisms
induced in homology* (in Polish),
Seminar on Symbolic and Computational Dynamics,
Institute of Computer Science, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

2002 - *Combinatorial approach to ODEs*,
seminar of the Lefschetz Center for Dynamical Systems,
Brown University, Providence, RI, U.S.A.

2002 - *Algorithmic approach to rigorous verification
of the existence of periodic solutions to ODEs*,
Seminaire d'analyse et sujets connexes,
University of Sherbrooke, Canada

2002 - *Rigorous numerics for attracting periodic trajectories
in ODEs*,
Joint Seminar on Dynamical Systems and Nonlinear Analysis,
Kyoto University, Japan

2001 - *A topological algorithm for rigorous verification
of the existence of periodic trajectories* (in Polish),
Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science,
Adam Mickiewicz University of Poznań, Poland

2000 - *Computer-assisted proving existence of periodic trajectories
in continuous-time dynamical systems*,
continued as *A topological algorithm for rigorous verification
of the existence of periodic trajectories* (in Polish),
Seminar on Differential Equations and Related Topics,
Institute of Mathematics, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

2000 - *Computer assisted proof of the existence
of a periodic orbit in the Rössler equations*,
School of Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology,
Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.

1999 - *Computer-assisted proof of the existence
of a periodic orbit in the Rössler equations* (in Polish),
Seminar on Symbolic and Computational Dynamics,
Institute of Computer Science, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

1999 - *Computation of homology of chain complexes
and cubical sets* (in Polish),
Seminar on Symbolic and Computational Dynamics,
Institute of Computer Science, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

1999 - *Computation of homology of chain complexes
and cubical sets* (in Polish),
Seminar on Differential Equations and Related Topics,
Institute of Mathematics, Jagiellonian University,
Kraków, Poland

## Outreach Activities

2015 - A hands-on experience of the fundamental group:
discovering the trivial loop corresponding to the commutator
of the fundamental group of the space without two linked circles;
Open Campus~6, IST Austria

2014 - A demonstration of mazes in the plane, on a paper band,
and on a transparent twisted band (the Möbius band),
with the uniqueness of solution,
with focus on their selected mathematical properties;
Open Campus~5, IST Austria

## Participation in Conferences and Workshops without Presentation

2016 - Winter School on Computational Mathematics (WSoCM),
organized in Będlewo by the Faculty of Mathematics
and Computer Science of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków

2016 - Applying for faculty positions: A hands-on workshop,
Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria),
Klosterneuburg, Austria

2014 - Teaching Didactics Workshop (2 days), IST Austria

2014 - The second annual meeting
of the Topological Complex Systems project (TOPOSYS),
Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria),
Klosterneuburg, Austria

2014 - Can we build an intelligent scientific reader?
Hands-on Workshop with Peter Murray-Rust and Michelle Brook,
Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria),
Klosterneuburg, Austria

2013 - Kyoto Dynamics Day 11, Department of Mathematics,
Kyoto University, Japan

2010 - Second Developers Workshop on the Conley-Morse Database Project
(active participant of the discussions),
Department of Mathematics, Kyoto University, Japan

2010 - 3rd International Workshop
on Computational Topology in Image Context (CTIC 2010),
Chipiona, Spain

2010 - First Developers Workshop on the Conley-Morse Database Project
(active participant and leader of considerable part of discussions),
Department of Mathematics, Kyoto University, Japan

2007 - Dynamics of Complex Systems - Mathematical Modeling, Method
and Prediction (an international conference in honor of
Y. Pesin and Y. Takahashi on their 60th birthdays),
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan

2006 - Maryland-Penn State Workshop
on Dynamical Systems and Related Topics,
University of Maryland at College Park, U.S.A.

2005 - Midwest Dynamical Systems Seminar,
Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, U.S.A.

2005 - The 16th Fall meeting of the
Workshop in Dynamical Systems and Related Topics,
Penn State University in State College, PA, U.S.A.

2005 - School on Dynamical Systems,
Będlewo, Poland

2004 - Kyoto Dynamics Days,
Kyoto University, Japan

2003 - Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting,
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, U.S.A.

2002 - Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting,
University of Cincinnati, U.S.A.

2002 - New Directions in Dynamical Systems,
Ryukoku University and Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

2002 - Geometric Theory of Dynamical Systems,
Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

2002 - Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting,
University of North Carolina at Asheville, U.S.A.

2001 - Midwest Dynamical Systems Meeting,
University of Colorado at Boulder, U.S.A.

2001 - Second Gilles Fournier Memorial Conference,
University of Sherbrooke, Canada

1998 - Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis,
Interational Stefan Banach Center in Warsaw, Poland

1997 - Workshop on the Conley Index and Related Topics,
Warsaw, Poland

1996 - Topological Methods in Differential Equations
and Dynamical Systems, Kraków, Poland

## Selected Programming Achievements

http://chomp.rutgers.edu/software/ – CHomP software:
the author of a considerable part of the source code
(please, see individual files for authorship information)

http://chomp.rutgers.edu/database/ –
an interactive presentation, including clickable diagrams
and the animations, programmed in PHP, HTML and JavaScript

http://www.pawelpilarczyk.com/cmgraphs/ – Conley-Morse graphs
computation software: the first version of the software
developed for the paper *Databases for the Global Dynamics
of Multiparameter Systems*

http://www.pawelpilarczyk.com/chaincon/ –
The ChainCon Software: a C++ library for basic computations
in effective algebraic topology: chain contractions,
algebraic minimal models, simplicial and cubical cup product;
software and examples

http://www.pawelpilarczyk.com/finresdyn/ – Finite
resolution dynamics: software and results of sample computations

http://www.pawelpilarczyk.com/parallel/ – Parallelization method
for a continuous property: software, examples and applications

http://www.pawelpilarczyk.com/unifexp/ – Uniform expansion
in one-dimensional maps: software and results of computations

http://www.pawelpilarczyk.com/excision/ – Excision-preserving
approach to the computation of the Conley index:
software and additional materials

I am familiar with the following programming languages: C++, ANSI C, Perl, Python, PHP, HTML,
Assembler for the 8086 processor, Pascal, Java, JavaScript, Basic.

## Teaching Experience

*Advanced Programming* (15 hours lecture + 45 hours lab)
- a graduate level course delivered at Gdansk University of Technology:
Spring 2019

*Algorithms and Data Structures* (30 hours)
- an undergraduate level lecture delivered at Gdansk University of Technology:
Spring 2019 (lab conducted by Jakub Ciesielski)

*Numerical Methods* (15 hours)
- lab for an undergraduate level lecture
delivered by Pawel Wojda at Gdansk University of Technology:
Fall 2018 (5 groups)

*Software Engineering* (30 hours lecture + 15 hours lab + 15 hours projekt)
- a graduate level course at Gdansk University of Technology: Fall 2018

*Cloud Computing* (COMP 529, 3 hours lecture and lab combined per week)
- a graduate level course at CSU Channel Islands: Fall 2017

*Automata, Languages and Computation*
(COMP 454, 3 hours lecture per week) - an undergraduate level course at CSU Channel Islands:
Spring 2017, Fall 2017

*Computer Networks* (COMP/IT 429, 2 hours lecture + 3 hours lab per week)
- an undergraduate level course at CSU Channel Islands: Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017

*Software Engineering* (COMP 350, 2 hours lecture + 3 hours lab per week)
- an undergraduate level course at CSU Channel Islands: Fall 2016

*Linear Algebra* (12 lectures of 75 minutes each)
- a course for PhD students from diverse fields,
delivered voluntarily at IST Austria: Fall 2014

*Differential Equations* (Math 2403, 42 hours)
- a course at Georgia Tech: Fall 2005, Spring 2006

*Programming 2* (P2, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Marian Mrozek:
2004/05 (2 sections in Fall, 2 sections in Spring)

*Algorithms of Homological Algebra and Cubical Sets*
(AAH, 30 hours) - recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Marian Mrozek:
2004/05

*Programming 1* (P1, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Marian Mrozek:
2003/04 (3 sections), 2004/05 (2 sections)

*Programming* (P, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Marian Mrozek:
2003/04 (2 sections)

*Introduction to Linear Algebra for Calculus*
(Math 1522, 42 hours) - a course at Georgia Tech: Spring 2002,
Fall 2002 (2 sections)

*Calculus III for Computer Science* (Math 2601, 42 hours)
- a course at Georgia Tech: Fall 2001

*Theory of Programming* (TP, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Marek Zaionc:
2000/01

*Classical Partial Differential Equations* (RCK, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor
Stanisęaw Sędziwy:
2000/01

*Variational Equations* (RW, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor
Stanisęaw Migórski:
2000/01

*Numerical Methods of Algebra* (MNA, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Janusz Traple:
1999/2000 (2 sections), 2000/01

*Mathematical Analysis 1* (AM1, 60 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor
Marek Pałasiński:
1999/2000, 2000/01

*Computational Algebraic Topology* (TAO, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Marian Mrozek:
1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/2000, 2000/01, 2003/04

*Algorithmic Theory of Dynamical Systems* (AUD, 30 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Marian Mrozek:
1997/98, 1998/99, 1999/2000, 2000/01, 2003/04

*Mathematics* for students of Biology (45 hours)
- recitation classes to a lecture by Professor Antoni Dawidowicz:
1997/98, 1998/99

## Advising Experience

Advisor of two (2) capstone projects in 2017/2018.

Member of four (4) Master Thesis defense committees in 2016-2018.

## Hobbies

Hiking, cycling, Alpine skiing.

Photography, classical music.