Real world problems. Rigorous mathematics. Efficient solutions.
Current members of the Centre:
|Paweł Dłotko.Pawel is the director of the Centre. He is working in applied and computational topology.
|Niklas Hellmer. Niklas is a fourth year PhD student of the Centre.
|Davide Gurnari. Davide is a fourth year PhD student of the Centre.
|Bartosz Naskręcki. Bartosz is a Visiting Assistant Professor of the Centre.
|Justyna Signerska-Rynkowska. Justyna is a Visiting Assistant Professor of the Centre.
|Rafał Topolnicki. Rafal is a Visiting Assistant Professor of the Centre.
|Jan Felix Senge. Jan is a Visiting PhD student of the Centre.
|ALTA Uni Bremen
|Mathis Hallier. Mathis is a Visiting Master student of the Centre..
|University of Technology of Compiegne
|Jakub Malinowski. Jakub is a first year PhD of the Centre.
|Wrocław University of Science and Technology
External and visiting members of the Centre:
|Ahmad Farhat.External collaborator.
|Simon Rudkin.External collaborator.
|Wanling Rudkin.External collaborator.
|Radmila Sazdanovic.Sabbatical Visiting Professor.
|Anastasios Stefanou.Anastasios was a Visiting Assistant Professor of the Centre.
|ALTA Uni Bremen
|Michał Lipiński. Michał was a post-doc researcher of the Centre.
We are seeking highly talented and motivated individuals who are willing to work with us on applied problems for which the concept of shape is important.We have a number of positions available. We are very open to host Marie Curie researchers as well as industrial collaborators.
Please contact Pawel Dlotko for further details.
We gratefully acknowledge the support from the Dioscuri Program.
Dioscuri Centres of Scientific Excellence - a programme initiated by the Max Planck Society (MPG), jointly managed with the National Science Centre in Poland (NCN), and mutually funded by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW) and the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).