Assistant professor in Computer Science, University of Warsaw, Poland
email: jcyranka (at) gmail.com
Dr. Jacek Cyranka is an accomplished researcher specializing in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning, with a focus on continuous models for forecasting and optimal control tasks. With a strong foundation in classical ideas such as numerical solving of differential equations, optimal control theory, and signal processing, Dr. Cyranka earned his doctorate in computer science from Jagiellonian University before gaining valuable experience working for four years at prestigious institutions including State University of New Jersey Rutgers and University of California, San Diego. During this time, he contributed to several large-scale research projects supported by organizations such as NSF, DARPA, and AFSOR.
Dr. Cyranka's academic accomplishments have been recognized with numerous awards and grants, including the prestigious Polish Returns NAWA grant, which enabled him to pursue his research as an assistant professor at the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Warsaw. In addition to his ongoing work on continuous models, he has also explored the subject of multi-agent systems, leading to the development of novel approaches that have earned him the Nowe Idee Initiative of Excellence-Research University grant. With a passion for exploring new avenues in AI and machine learning research, Dr. Cyranka is committed to advancing the field and driving innovation through his ongoing contributions to cutting-edge research.
I am PI of a research group at MIM UW. Feel free to reach me if you are interested in joining.
See Projects page for short video presentations of exciting active research topics (MsC/PhD level).
I have mentored Postdoc, PhD, MSc, BSc level students.
Alumni (listed chronogically): Witold Szejgis, Kajetan Janiak, Piotr Rutkowski, Zuzanna Opala, Alex Georges (PhD @ UC San Diego), Misha Zanka, Jacek Plocharczyk.
Reference letters. I only write reference letters for students I have worked with on a project (e.g., BSc, MSc theses)
External Collaborations. Sicun Gao (UC San Diego), Radu Grosu (TU Wien), David Meyer (UC San Diego), Jean-Philippe Lessard (McGill University), Konstantin Mischaikow (Rutgers University),Scott Smolka (Stony Brook), Yongsoo Song (Microsoft Research).