Decision Support and Operations Research Group

Group Head: Krzysztof Pieńkosz, Ph.D., D.Sc..

The subject of the Group's research is optimization and decision support methods for various classes of decision-making problems. They include the whole spectrum of theoretical research, algorithm design for linear, nonlinear and discrete optimization models, as well as data extraction methods and knowledge engineering. An important direction of research is methods for supporting management processes and multi-criteria analysis techniques for decision selection issues under uncertainty and risk. This applies to both centralized structures of management systems and distributed ones operating under market competition. Multi-agent systems and auction mechanisms are being developed for competitive multicommodity markets operating under conditions of constraints, with broad application prospects in a variety of infrastructure fields, including electricity markets and other areas such as telecommunications and data communications, environmental protection or markets for complex bundled services. There is also application work being carried out, enabling the use and verification of the studied models in the design of information management systems.

Associate professors
Tomasz Traczyk, Ph.D.

Assistant professors
Janusz Granat, Ph.D.
Mariusz Kaleta, Ph.D., D.Sc.
Bartosz Kozłowski, Ph.D. (on long-term leave)
Adam Artur Krzemienowski, Ph.D. (teaching)
Piotr Pałka, Ph.D.
Krzysztof Pieńkosz, Ph.D., D.Sc.
Tomasz Roman Śliwiński, Ph.D.
Andrzej Stachurski, Ph.D., D.Sc. (teaching)
Izabela Żółtowska, Ph.D.

Jerzy Sobczyk, M.Sc. (dyd.)

Ph.D. Students
Wojciech Burzyński, M.Sc.
Mariusz Drabecki, M.Sc.