Deputy Director for Strategic Development
Krzysztof Głomb, M.A.
Mr Głomb graduated from the Faculty of Journalism and Political Sciences of the University of Warsaw. He is an European expert in the development of a digital information society. He was a speaker at over 140 national and international scientific conferences and specialist seminars related to information society technologies .
Mr Głomb is an author and editor of an information society development strategy, regional studies and one of the few eHealth strategies in Europe. He was a leader of strategic support projects for the eDevelopment of selected regions. He was the originator and, since 1997, program director of the Conference “Cities on the Internet”. Between 1998-2002 he acted as a management board member and director of international projects of a self-government company Municipium SA in Warsaw. He is a founder (1998) and president of the “Cities on the Internet” Association, an activist for European research and pro-innovation initiatives. Between 2002-2003 he was a Polish expert in the Information Society Technologies Committee (ISTC) in Brussels. He was also an expert in the eGovernment and eInclusion Sub-Group operating within the i2010 High Level Group. In May 2004 he became a vice president and in April 2007 (till the end of 2008) the president of the European Local Authorities’ Telematic Network (LANET) Organization. He acted as a juror of the European e-Inclusion Award granted by the European Commission (2008). Between 2012-2014 he was a member of the Computerization Council at the Ministry of Administration and Digitalization. He was a member of the Expert Committee for the Elderly People in the Ombudsman Office. Mr Głomb is the leader of an experimental centre of digital education “Factory of the Future” established in January 2014 in Tarnów. He was awarded a Silver Cross of Merit (2009) for his contribution to the information society development.
General Accountant, proxy
Marek Sikora, D. Sc.
He graduated from the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry of the University of Silesia, specializing in applications of mathematics. Since 1993 he has been an employee of the Institute of Computer Science of the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, where in 2002 he obtained an academic degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences within IT technologies in the field of artificial intelligence. In 2014 he obtained a postdoctoral degree in computer science. Since 1998, he has worked at the Institute of Innovative Technologies EMAG, holding successively the positions of assistant, assistant professor, associate professor and scientific secretary.
He is an author of over 100 scientific publications, including many published in prestigious magazines (i.a. in Expert Systems with Applications, Information Sciences, and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, BMC Bioinformatics). Mr. Sikora is a reviewer of many scientific journals related to the subject of learning algorithms, computational intelligence and decision support systems.
Former member of program committees of dozens of national and international conferences. Manager and chief executive of domestic and European research and development projects.
He is a member of IEEE, International Rough Set Society and Polish Association for Artificial Intelligence. He is also a reviewer of National Centre for Research and Development.
Roman Pietrzak, M.Sc.
Mr. Pietrzak graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice in the field of electronics and telecommunications. In 2010 he completed post-graduate studies at the Faculty of Organization and Management at the Silesian University of Technology in the field of “Quality management in enterprise”. In 2012 he completed post-graduate studies at the Faculty of Management at the University of Economics in Katowice in the field of research project management and commercialization of research results. In 2013 he completed Executive MBA studies at the Gdańsk Foundation for Management Development.
Between 2009 and 2011 he was Head of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory (EMC) in EMAG in Katowice and then, up until now, Head of the Center for Testing and Certification in the Institute of Innovative Technologies EMAG.
He is an author and co-author of numerous scientific publications as well as executor and contractor of over a dozen research and development projects.
He is a technical auditor in the field of EMC at the Polish Center for Accreditation, member of the Technical Committee of KT. 104 on Electromagnetic Compatibility in the Polish Committee for Standardization, Member of the Association of Polish Electrical Engineers (Coal Basin Branch).