Quantum Systems of Informatics Group was created in 2001. We work in the field of quantum information, mainly on quantum programming languages and simulations of quantum computers.
The research area of the Computer Vision Systems Group, created in 1987, is quantitative analysis of 2D and 3D images. Dr Ryszard Winiarczyk, a co-founder of the group, was in charge of it for well over a decade. Today, the group is led by dr Agnieszka Tomaka.
The Applied Informatics Group was established in 2022 with the aim of enhancing the efficiency of commercialization of technologies developed at Institute.
Our team specializes in Internet of Things (IoT) research, with emphasis on wireless communication and network protocols. We design and analyze the performance of network protocols, address issues related to interoperability, and the semantic description of data and operation of IoT systems.
Systems Modelling and Performance Evaluation and Security Group (SMaPESG) conducts research on models of computer systems and novel methods of modelling. In the scope of interests of the Group there are mainly models of computer networks. We are engaged in simulation and analytical modelling, both queuing models and other methods.