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Programme ManagerIDUB Program Coordination and Support TeamResearch managersActions Coordinators

Programme Manager

prof. dr hab. Zygmunt Lalak
Vice-Rector for Research

Deputy Programme Manager

Alicja Newecka
phone: +48 22 55 24 209

IDUB Program Coordination and Support Team

dr Dominik Wasilewski
Deputy Head of Research Services Office,
“Excellence Initiative – Research University” programme coordinator
phone: +48 22 55 24 244

mgr inż. Marta Kasprzak-Kędziora
phone: +48 22 55 24 264

mgr Dorota Kazimierczak
phone: +48 22 55 24 257

Agnieszka Kaźmierczak
phone: +48 22 55 24 246

mgr Justyna Piecha
phone: +48 22 55 24 248

mgr Eliza Rogowska-Lasocka
phone: +48 22 55 24 247

mgr Marcin Sadowski
phone: +48 22 55 24 243

mgr Sylwia Stanicka
Bursar’s representative for the Research Services Office and Office for International Research and Liaison
phone: +48 22 55 24 245

Izabela Walczak
phone: +48 22 55 24 250

Research managers

mgr Łukasz Rodek
POB I: Science for the Planet
phone: +48 22 55 41 008

mgr Marta Kowol
POB II: Beyond Micro and Macro Worlds
phone: +48 22 55 32 645

mgr Daniel Adamiak
POB III: The Challenge of Petabytes
phone: +48 22 55 44 297

dr Julia Wrede
POB IV: The Humanities: Crossing Borders, Extending Capabilities
phone: +48 22 55 24 262

mgr Adam Suwiński
POB V: Responding to Global Challenges
phone: +48 22 55 24 263

mgr Michał Szostek
POB V: Responding to Global Challenges
phone: +48 22 55 27 001

Actions Coordinators

If you have any questions about individual Actions, please contact the Actions Coordinators, indicated on the subpages of the individual Actions.

I.1.1/IV.1.1Mentoring Programmehorizontal
I.1.2Excellent Researchers for Research Excellencehorizontal
I.1.3Supporting foreign researchers applying for joint prestigious research grants with the University of Warsawhorizontal
I.1.4/IV.2.1Implementation of the financing programme for projects submitted to IF MSCA competitions within the EC initiative “Seal of Excellence”horizontal
I.1.5Thematic Research ProgrammesPOB III
I.2.1Improvement of publishing capacitieshorizontal
I.2.2Building regional impact through an excellent disseminationhorizontal
I.2.3Securing funds for patent and publishing activityPOB I
I.2.4Supporting Open Access publicationshorizontal
I.3.1Transfer learning and meta learningPOB III
I.3.2Systemic Risk Research ProjectPOB V
I.3.3Establishing the Centre of Excellence in Social Sciences (CESS)POB V
I.3.4Creation of three research teams that will initiate development of scientific networks conducting studies in the area of civilization diseases, emerging pollutants and circular economyPOB I
I.3.5Establishing a Centre for Research on Culture, Language and MindPOB IV
I.3.6Digital humanitiesPOB IV
I.3.7Establishment of the Centre for Machine Learning (ML)POB II
I.3.8Establishment of the Institute for Advanced Studies (Polish: Instytutu Studiów Zaawansowanych (ISZ))POB II
I.3.9Human mobility and inequalities as seen through digital datasourcesPOB V
I.3.10Preparation and launching of an interdisciplinary research and teaching project Archeooriental StudiesPOB IV
I.3.11Organization and launching of the research project: Ancient Societies in Action (ASA)POB IV
I.3.12Preparation and launching of a research project entitled Non- Anthropocentric Cultural SubjectivityPOB IV
I.3.13Organization and launching of the research project “Global history – non-European contexts of the Modern Word”POB IV
I.4.1Strengthening the core-facility potential on the Ochota CampusPOB I
I.4.2Fund for the Renovation and Development of Research InfrastructurePOB II
II.1.1Mini-grants programme for inter-institutional research teams in the framework of strategic partnershipshorizontal
II.1.2Establishing and strengthening cooperation with strategic partnershorizontal
II.2.1Tandems for Excellence: Visiting Researchers Programmehorizontal
II.2.2Mobility Fundhorizontal
II.2.3Support of the relocation process of employees from abroad by introducing solutions facilitating involvement of new foreign employee to work at UW and preparation to stay in Polandhorizontal
II.2.4Support for the relocation process of employees from abroad by preparing the University of Warsaw academic community and administrative infrastructure for hosting employees from abroadhorizontal
II.3.1Internal Research Panel (Subject Pool)POB V
II.3.2International, multidisciplinary research project: linguistic-cultural diversity, biodiversity and the environment. Understanding global patterns, local results and social implicationsPOB IV
II.3.3Development of an expert-research centre in UW Białowieża Geobotanical StationPOB I
II.3.4Gamification of worlds in the service of the modern society of the 21st century – cooperation networkPOB V
II.3.5Central European Social SurveyPOB V
II.3.6Building Impactful Digital AlliancePOB V
II.3.7Increasing the effectiveness and internationalisation of research projects within the area of multilingualismPOB IV
II.3.8Development of the statistics groupPOB III
II.3.9Knowledge Lab: Scientometrics for scientific excellencePOB V
II.3.10Establishment of the Centre – International Research Network in AMO areaPOB II
II.3.11Creation of the International Research Network in Applications of Subatomic Physics, Astronomy and Chemistry to Investigation of the Early UniversePOB II
II.4.1Organizing worldwide high-level congresseshorizontal
III.1.1Transfer of research results into study curriculahorizontal
III.2.1Lines of studies in Priority Research Areas – POBs (2nd degree)horizontal
III.2.2Advanced Master’s Degree ProgrammePOB III
III.2.3Launching a new second-cycle program of studies – “Radiogenomics” within education based on research in POB 1POB I
III.3.1Scholarships for OlympiansPOB III
III.3.2Promotion of scientific research in the public domainhorizontal
IV.1.2Creating a system of double doctoral diplomas in the disciplines of computer science and mathematicsPOB III
IV.1.3“From the Diamond Grant to the ERC grant” – creating individual plans for the research career developmenthorizontal
IV.2.1Strengthening of the research potential of the scientific staff, in particular young scientific staff, with the purpose of achieving scientific excellencehorizontal
IV.2.2Inclusion of talented young scientists in research teamshorizontal
IV.2.3Mobility of students and doctoral studentshorizontal
IV.3.1Internal grants of the University of Warsaw for the employees’ research potential increasehorizontal
IV.4.1A complex programme of support for UW PhD studentshorizontal
IV.4.2International Summer Schools for PhD students and young research employeeshorizontal
IV.5.1Programme supporting female researchers at the early stage of their careerhorizontal
IV.5.2Programme for young female researchers and teachershorizontal
IV.5.3Nursery school and Kindergarten on Ochota UW Campus and childcare facilities at the Warsaw University campushorizontal
V.1.1The development and implementation of knowledge (and research) management platform integrated with existing university IT systemshorizontal
V.2.1Streamlining internal communication channels and strengthening cooperation capacityhorizontal
V.2.2Building the team of research managershorizontal
V.3.1Development of UW Staff competenceshorizontal
V.3.2Improvement of the system of remuneration of administrative staffhorizontal
V.3.3Development, adoption and implementation of open science policy at the University of Warsawhorizontal
V.3.4UW – a favourable place for conducting ground-breaking researchhorizontal
V.3.5Program for the development and improvement of the researcher’ ‟soft skills”horizontal
V.4.1Management of the Excellence Initiativehorizontal
V.4.2Creation of infrastructure to ensure the optimal functioning of Priority Research Areas including adequate resources of science support staff and strategicanalytical supporthorizontal
VI.1Strengthening and development of cooperation between the University of Warsaw and the Medical University of Warsaw in the federalisation processhorizontal
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