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.
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.
AMBASSADORS / CORRESPONDENTS
Dr. Dominik Batorski, Edwin Bendyk, Michał Bijata, Dr. Michał Boni, Maciej Bułkowski, Prof. Wojciech Cellary, Tadeusz Chomicki, Prof. Krzysztof Diks, Dr. Andrzej Dulka, 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, Prof. Jacek Koronacki, Jarosław Kowalski, 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, Paweł Sieczkiewicz, Krzysztof Silicki, Dr. Bianka Siwińska, Dr. Borys Stokalski, Anna Streżyńska, Prof. Maciej Sysło, Włodzimierz Schmidt, Krzysztof Szubert, Dr. Roman Szwed, Wiktor Tarnawski, Marek Zagórski, Prof. Janusz Zawiła-Niedźwiecki