- Late last year, researchers led by John Ioannidis from Stanford University released an updated database of the world’s most cited authors, based on the author’s “c” index and Elsevier’s bibliometric data. Among approx. 60 scientists from the University of Warsaw, both lists included a representative of the ICM – Dr. Miron Kursa, classified in the […]
- “Airport Safety & Environmental Sustainability through Innovation” were the main focus point of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) conference held in Prague in recent days. Dr. Jan Malawko, an Aviation Scientist at ICM University of Warsaw took part in the panel dedicated to Smart Airport Safety Solutions.
- Two network engineers from ICM University of Warsaw - Bartosz Drogosiewicz and Jarosław Skomiał, have been working with the Routing group in the SCinet network and again took part in building the network during the Supercomputing 2022 (SC22) conference which has just ended in Dallas. Thanks to the involvement of ICM employees, the University of Warsaw for the second time in the row gained the formal status of a supplier …
- Smarter Diagnostics, a startup from the ICM University of Warsaw, has developed an effective tool for analyzing magnetic resonance images of the lower limb. Their solution SmarterAchillesMRI uses artificial intelligence to dramatically speed up the diagnosis of Achilles tendon and provide injury prevention. The potential of Smarter Diagnostics has been recognized by Aligo VC and Sunfish Partners, which invested PLN 2.2 million.
- Airline Group of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (AGIFORS) 62nd Annual Symposium is hosted by Air France KLM Group and Airbus in Toulouse, France, on September 12 –15 this year. Appearing in the technical program Dr. Malawko currently leads the most advanced aviation projects at the ICM, University of Warsaw, including the join ICAO-ICM development of Global Air Transport Analytics.
- We highly recommend the conference "The last word belongs to microbes - Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Louis Pasteur", organized by the Faculty of Biology at the University of Warsaw, in cooperation with numerous national research institutions, including ICM.
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