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Physics of Competition and Conflicts - MPNS COST Action MP0801

The aim of the project is:

Via greater understanding, to develop and extend the application of modern statistical physics, mathematics and computational physics in relation to problems associated with competition and conflicts such as occur in social, political, economic, financial and historical contexts and other relevant areas, where these tools can enhance and improve upon current approaches to these issues.

Project "Establishing a new speciality Medical Physics" at the Faculty of Physics Warsaw University of Technology - Human Capital Programme of European Union

Duration: October 2009 - December 2014

The program provides didactic and clinical training in medical physics in such areas as: optical and ultrasonic methods of observation and measurement, elements of biology for physicists, radiology, nuclear physics.


Critical Events in Evolving Networks - EU FP6 Project

Duration: January 2005 - June 2008

The aim of the CREEN project is

  1. to develop new methods to recognize emerging critical events in evolving complex networks, coupled networks and active agent networks
  2. to apply these methods to the analysis of the emergence of new research topics(scientific avalanches)  and the sudden emergence of crises in a social institution– the public trust in science

Here you can find short intro to critical events occuring in complex networks.

STOCHDYN - Stochastic Dynamics: fundamentals and applications - project within ESF programme

Duration: May 2003 - May 2008

The goal of the project is to address the foundations for the different levels of stochastic descriptions in nonlinear systems, to provide the further development of analytical and numerical tools, and the investigation of specific problems, as they arise in different areas of research, described by stochastic nonlinear theories.


Duration: January 2009 - December 2012

The aim of the project is to understand the role of collective emotions in creating, forming and breaking-up ICT mediated communities as a spontaneous emergent behaviour occurring in complex techno-social networks. The project is currently carried out by other group at our Faculty.