Complex Systems Research Group (CSRG)

We are interested in Complex Systems What are complex systems?: Acoording to Hiroki Sayama's definition: Complex systems "are networks made of a number of components that interact with each other, typically in a nonlinear fashion. Complex systems may arise and evolve through self-organization, such that they are neither completely regular nor completely random, permitting the development of emergent behavior at macroscopic scales."

CSRG Members

Some Scientific Activities

November 2023 - joint paper at Supercompting SC'23 Conference with ETH Zurich (Maciej Besta, Torsten Hofler and others) titles ''High-performance and programmable attentional graph neural networks with Global tensor formulations'' - Pawel Renc Graph Neural Networks

Noveber 2023 - a new paper at Elsevier's Journal of Computational Science ''Modeling spatial patterns in a moving crowd of people using data-driven approach – a concept of Interplay Floor Field '' together with Jakub Porzycki Spatial Patterns Crowd

October 2023 - we host International Joint Conference on Rough Sets (IJCRS 2023) IJCRS 2023>

September 2023 - we co-organize ECAI 2023 in Kraków, Proceedings of Science

September 2023 - a new paper ''Detection of Extensive Air Showers with small array - measurement and estimations '' @ CREDO project 26th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence ECAI 2023

August 2023 - we officialy join to the international CREDO (Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory) - coordinator at AGH University is Marcin Piekarczyk Cosmic-Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory (CREDO)

January 2022 - January 2023 - our PhD student Paweł visits lab by prof. Torsten Hofler at ETH Zurich

November 2022 - visit in Department of Informatics, Systems and Communication in University of Milano - Bicocca Complex Collective Systems

October 2022 - we've successfuly finished a joint project with IMSEDA group titled: Development of a Prototype System to Improve the Efficiency of the Arrangement of Cars in Car-sharing Services Along with Implementation''

September 2022 - we organized 7-th edition of international workshop Complex Collective Systems Complex Collective Systems

July 2022 - In cooperation with University of Pennsylvania and other insitutions we have published a paper: A comparative study of GP-based and state-of-the-art classifiers on a synthetic machine learning benchmark

May 2020 - two our papers have been accepted for an A-rank conference (ICCS): Modeling of Fire Spread including Different Heat Transfer Mechanisms, and second paper about Modeling of High Density Pedestrian Dynamics

October 2019 - January 2020 - Our students Paweł and Tomasz visited prof. Spataro in University of Calabria for winter semester and prepared their thesis titled Efficient hydrodynamic model implementations in GPGPU architecture

December 2019 - Jakub Porzycki defended his PhD work on Data driven modeling of crowd dynamics. Congratulations!

October 2019 - we finished project regarding simulator of autonomous cars control, in cooperation with students from Glider group and Institute of Automatics, as commissioned work from automotive industry. Jarosław was responsible for scientific isssues.

August 2019 - Michał Pikus, Jarosław Wąs The Application of Virtual Logic Models to Simulate Real Environment for Testing Advanced Driving-Assistance Systems presented during 24th International Conference on Methods and Models in Automation and Robotics (MMAR)

July 2019 - Robert Lubaś defended his PhD work about non-homogenous Cellular Automata (CAs) in pedestrins modeling. Congratulations!

July 2018 An implementation of the Social Distances Model using multi-GPU systems Vol 32, Issue 4, 2018 The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications is finally published !

September 2018 - Grzegorz prepared presentation titled: Cellular Automata Based Modeling of Competitive Evacuation presented in 13th International Conference on Cellular Automata for Research and Industry, ACRI 2018, Como, Italy

March 2018, Project Oil Spill disaster is succesfuly finished - the following publication is published: Maciej Gług, Jarosław W?s Modeling of oil spill spreading disasters using combination of Langrangian discrete particle algorithm with Cellular Automata approach Ocean Engineering 156, Elsevier DOI: 10.1016/j.oceaneng.2018.01.029

Jarosław edited special issue in Springer's Natural Computing regarding Complex Systems and Cellular Automata together with prof. Stefania Bandini, Prof Samira El Yacoubi and prof. Giancarlo Mauri: Bandini, S., Yacoubi, S.E., Mauri, G. W±s, Preface. Nat Comput 17, 439-440 (2018).

April 2016, Robert Luba¶, Jarosław W±s, Jakub Porzycki Cellular Automata as the basis of effective and realistic agent-based models of crowd behavior The Journal of Supercomputing 72(6) DOI: 10.1007/s11227-016-1718-7

Some research publications (JW)


dr hab. inż. Jarosław W±s Prof. AGH, Pavilon C2 room 312, E-mail: jarek(-at-)agh(-dot-)edu(-dot-)pl

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