Waligóra Grzegorz

GRZEGORZ WALIGÓRA, DSc, graduated from the Poznan University of Technology in Computing Science in July 1994. Since 1994, he has worked at the Institute of Computing Science, in the Laboratory of Operational Research and Artificial Intelligence at the Poznan University of Technology. Currently he is an assistant professor. In 2000 he received his PhD degree in Computing Science from the Poznan University of Technology. He published his habilitation thesis on discrete-continuous project scheduling in 2009. His main areas of interest are: project and machine scheduling, discrete-continuous scheduling, combinatorial optimization, metaheuristic algorithms, resource management and scheduling in computational grids. He has authored or co-authored over 70 scientific publications in international journals, monographs and conference proceedings, and presented his results during 40 domestic and international scientific conferences and workshops. He was awarded the Prize of the Foundation for Polish Science for Young Researchers (1999) and the Prime Minister’s Award for his PhD Thesis (2000).



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