Ph.D. Agnieszka MalinowskaAssociate Professor at Faculty of Mining Surveying and Environmental Engineering
Tel: +48 12 617 45 02
I received a master's degree in Geodesy and Cartography (Geology and Mining Engineering specialization) from AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow in 2005. I graduated with a PhD on the method of risk assessment of surface structures hazarded by mining activity in 2009. Since 2009 I have lead the research and lecture at the Department of Mining Surveying and Environmental Engineering of the AGH University of Science and Technology. In 2010 I took up a position as a Visiting Lecturer at the Curtin University, Perth, Australia where I lectured on mine surveying and project management in surveying.
Since 2010 I have lectured at the AGH University of Science and Technology and continue research and co-operation with the industry in the field of risk assessment. My current research are focused on application below listed methods in order to develop a novel solution for rising the safety on the areas being under hazard (caused by natural and anthropogenic phenomena: artificial intelligence (fuzzy logic, neural network), data mining (classification trees, regression tree), data exploration methods, statistical methods (e.g. Monte Carlo) ground movement modeling, remote displacements measurements, classical geodetic measurements Geographical Information Systems .