Andrzej Kisielewicz

Graduate of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Wrocław. He received his doctorate in mathematics at the Polish Academy of Science in Warsaw. He habilitated at the University of Wrocław and was awarded the title of Professor of Mathematics in 2001. He is currently a professor at the Wrocław University of Technology.

He gained his professional experience in foreign research centres: University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, Canada,1989-1990), Technische Hochschule Darmstadt (Germany, 1990-1992), Vanderbilt University (Nashville, USA, 2001-2002). In addition, he has held a number of short-term internships abroad, among others in France, Italy, Austria and Israel. He is the recipient of two of the world's most prestigious academic scholarships: the Alexander von Humboldt Scholarship and the Fulbright Scholarship.

He also has many years of experience in supervisory boards. Among others, he was a member and chairman of the supervisory boards of such companies as "Spedtrans" sp. z o.o., "Teta" S.A. and PKO BP S.A.

He is the author of more than seventy scientific publications on mathematics, logic and computer science in foreign journals, as well as three books in Polish: "Logika i argumentacja" (Logic and argumentation), "Sztuczna inteligentencja i logika" (Artificial intelligence and logic), "Wprowadzenie do informatyki" (Introduction to computer science). At present he is a Member of the Supervisory Board of PKO Bank Polski S.A.