Digital technology is one of the most important factors influencing our present and future. Poland is part of its development and effectively uses the intellectual potential built up for generations. Good education and training of specialists, great algorithmics and programmers, innovative computer game creators, dynamic startups, boldly looking for the company's market niches. We present their achievements in thematic blocks, highlighting their importance and popularity.


58 startups from Ukraine have used Google for Startups

The startup environment in Ukraine is a strong and dynamic community that can boast of numerous “unicorns”, such as GitLab, Grammarly, Genesis,, and...

Otimo sets 71 world records and triumphs in the optimization race

Galgos is an institute affiliated with the Brazilian university PUC-Rio, which focuses on developing and applying algorithmic methods to handle and analyze large amounts...

30 years of the OI in Poland

In this year's finals, 104 students qualified out of over 1,000 who took part in the preliminaries. Antoni Buraczewski from Wrocław was the undisputed...

Polish scholarship holder of ASSIST Scholars with the RGW 2022 award

The laureate first learned about Rise after a scholarship at Kingswood-Oxford School in Connecticut (USA), granted to her as part of the ASSIST Scholars...

LiveChat conquers the global market

Currently, 99% of the company's customers come from abroad. Almost 95% of the consolidated sales revenues of the group are realized through its subsidiary...

Brainly: educational platform for 350 million students

Brainly provides students, parents, and teachers with a platform to help others with their homework. The site aims to enhance students' English, Maths, Science,...

A keyboard for people with disabilities created by a teenager

The boy constructed ZHELTA K6 - a personalized programmable computer keyboard intended primarily for people with complete hypofunction of the upper and lower limbs....

Calmsie for depression the best technology of the year!

It all started with the desire to help the youngest in the fight against depression. For this purpose, Calmsie has written an application based...

Hall of Fame of ICPC: prof. Jan Madey

In the fall of 1994, one of the former UW employees sent an e-mail to one of his friends from the UW that ICPC...

Hall of Fame of ICPC World Champions: prof. Krzysztof Diks

Prof. Diks was a student of prof. Madey, and immediately after graduation, started working at the University of Warsaw. Initially, they were not in...

A Pole is the winner of the 2023 IT Baltic Olympiad

The competition was attended by 6-person teams from the Baltic countries: Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Lithuania, Latvia, Germany, Norway, Poland, and Sweden, and a...

A revolution in the field of photovoltaics

The application’s creators are Prof. Ernest Grodner and Jakub Leja, who met by chance at one of the banquets related to funds for startups....

Escape rooms moved to VR

The demo of the unique project was released only a year after the publication of the first announcement and trailer. Currently, player feedback and...

Epinote: platform for self-assignment of tasks

By leveraging a global community of employees, the company manages to perform tasks that cannot be automated and were performed by full-time employees in...

Biometric payments: PayEye wins competition

Data Economy Innovators Awards were granted in six categories: Data Economy Innovators - Best Digital Transformation, Data Economy Innovators - Best Cooperation, Data Economy...

Addepto: AI supports Madison Square Garden

The company was founded in 2018 in Warsaw by two Data Science specialists: Artur Haponik and Edwin Lisowski. In 2019, she was recognized by...




The project is carried out by the Polish Information Processing Society as a continuation of the initiative "From the Polish school of mathematics to the Polish school of algorithmics and programming - about computer scientists: the Polish gold mine". It was initiated in the competition "Public Diplomacy 2021" of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and receives support from partners.

PoLAND of IT masters established a collaboration between a group of outstanding specialists, creators, and observers of the achievements of the Polish IT sector - forming a team of its ambassadors and correspondents.


Dr. Dominik Batorski, Edwin Bendyk, Michał Bijata, Dr. Michał Boni, Maciej Bułkowski, Prof. Wojciech Cellary, Tadeusz Chomicki, Prof. Marek Cygan, Prof. Krzysztof Diks, Dr. Andrzej Dulka, Dr. Janusz Dygaszewicz, Dr. Maria Ganzha, Andrzej Gąsiennica-Samek, Wojciech Gryciuk, Dr. Marek Hołyński, Michał Jaworski, Prof. Janusz Kacprzyk, Stefan Kamiński, Dr. Maciej Kawecki, Prof. Michał Kleiber, Tomasz Klekowski, Rafał Kłoczko, Xawery Konarski, Prof. Jacek Koronacki, Jarosław Kowalski, Michał Kramarz, Robert Kroplewski, Dr. Anna Beata Kwiatkowska, Rafał Lew-Starowicz, Bartosz Loba, Prof. Jan Madey, Włodzimierz Marciński, Piotr Mieczkowski, Bartłomiej Nocoń, Marcin Olender, Wiesław Paluszyński, Prof. Piotr Płoszajski, Dr. Aleksander Poniewierski, Paweł Sieczkiewicz, Krzysztof Silicki, Dr. Bianka Siwińska, Dr. Borys Stokalski, Anna Streżyńska, Prof. Maciej Sysło, Włodzimierz Schmidt, Prof. Grażyna Szpor, Krzysztof Szubert, Dr. Roman Szwed, Wiktor Tarnawski, Marek Zagórski, Prof. Janusz Zawiła-Niedźwiecki


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