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DigiWorld call results: young researchers’ mini-grant project proposals 2021/1

DigiWorld call results: young researchers’ mini-grant project proposals 2021/1

The DigiWorld PRA announces the results of its mini-grants for the young 2021/1 call for research projects under the strategic programme Excellence Initiative at the Jagiellonian University in the academic year 2020/2021.

The call has seen 62 submissions in three categories (marked below as III, II and I respectively): from students of third-cycle programmes or students of a doctoral school (34 entries), students of second-cycle or of at least fourth year of integrated master’s programmes (19 entries), and students of first-cycle programmes or of the first to third year of integrated master’s programmes (9 entries). The evaluation committee awarded funding to 32 proposals: 18 (III), 9 (II) and 5 (I) in the respective categories. Thus the financial envelopes of individual categories have been changed ( PLN 350,650, PLN 134,880 and PLN 39,742 respectively), while maintaining approximately consistent success rate (i.e. the ratio of proposals recommended for funding to the proposals submitted). Below we present information on both applicants and laureates, the laureate list, the evaluation procedure, the members of the expert reviewer team and call statistics.

The maximum score in the call was 30 points (the mean average of the scores awarded by all reviewers). Recommended for funding were projects scoring at least: 18.75 (III), 19.5 (II) and 14.75 (I) points. Detailed reviews including justifications will be uploaded to the submission management system at digiworld.cm-uj.krakow.pl, where they will be available to the applicants.

We will contact the awarded project managers to grant them powers of attorney to disburse the funding, and to inform them of other administrative matters. With queries please contact the Office of the EI.JU (bartek.konecko@uj.edu.pl) with CC: digiworld@uj.edu.pl. Please type in [Young Mini-grants 2021/1] in the subject of your message.

Our heartiest congratulations to the laureates! Our thanks to all participants for showing their interest in the call!

  • doctoral students

Applicant

Faculty

title

Supervisor

Dawid Rymarczyk

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Interpretable neural networks in the context of cognitive processes

prof. dr hab. Jacek Tabor

Piotr Wróbel

Faculty of Chemistry

Applying AI methods to automation of determining parameters used in molecular dynamics simulations

prof. dr hab. Andrzej Eilmes

Michał Sadowski

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Noisy data analysis with machine learning

dr Łukasz Struski

Katarzyna Baliga-Nicholson

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Internet of others: Multi-method identity building for better ED&I (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) at university

dr Jan Argasiński

Wiktor Dziemski

Faculty of Philology

Two shades of S.Bruno.  Scholarly digital edition of two late-medieval texts

dr hab. Anna Wasyl, prof. UJ

Tomasz Danel

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Gamification of the Drug Discovery Process

Dr hab. Igor Podolak

Mateusz Rałowski

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Applying machine learning to finding the covering factor of quasars

prof. dr hab. Agnieszka Pollo

Daria Boratyn

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Computational analysis of tactical voting in grading systems

Dr hab. Wojciech Słomczyński, prof. UJ

Klaudia Bałazy

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Unravelling Large Language Models

prof. dr hab. Jacek Tabor

Marcin Sendera

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Deep Gaussian Processes for continuous object tracking using Flow models

dr Przemysław Spurek

Szymon Knop

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Generating high quality images using models based on Cramer-Wold metric

dr Przemysław Spurek

Magdalena Rusaczonek

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Analysis of microscopic images of biological nanostructures using neural networks

prof. dr hab. Marek Szymoński

Tomasz Szołdra

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Detecting many-body quantum scars using neural networks

prof. dr hab. Jakub Zakrzewski

Krzysztof Galias

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Generalization in Offline Reinforcement Learning

dr Stanisław Jastrzębski

Olga Adamczyk

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Building a microscopic 3D image database for creating a growth medium flexibility sensitive algorithm recognising individual cytoskeletal components

Dr hab. Zenon Rajfur, prof. UJ

Adriana Borowa

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Epidemiological investigation using self-supervised machine learning

dr Bartosz Zieliński

Joanna Caputa

Faculty of Geography and Geology

Mechanics of the landslide slope system and threats to infrastructure at bottoms of Carpathian water catchment valleys

Dr hab. Elżbieta Gorczyca, prof. UJ

Grzegorz Czelusta

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Solving the problem of constraints with quantum computers

Dr hab. Jakub Mielczarek

 

  • second-cycle students

Applicant

Faculty

title

Supervisor

Lena Helińska

Faculty of Law and Administration

Artificial Privacy? Sustainability of digital privacy laws and policies in the light of developments in big data analytics

Dr hab. Piotr Szwedo, prof. UJ

Dorota Nowak

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Algorithm for rigorous integration of systems with conservation laws

Dr hab. Daniel Wilczak, prof. UJ

Barbara Kołodziej

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Algorithm for rigorous integration of systems with conservation laws

dr Aleksandra Wrońska

Marcin Przewięźlikowski

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Processing of incomplete images with convolutional neural networks

dr Marek Śmieja

Michał Górszczak

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Explainability of self-supervised deep neural networks

dr Bartosz Zieliński

Katarzyna Szulc

Institute of Public Health

Role of digital health literacy in building resilience to the COVID-19-co-occuring infodemic

Dr hab. Mariusz Duplaga, prof. UJ

Patrycja Twardawa

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Multimodal AFM data analysis

Dr hab. Marta Targosz-Korecka

Wiktor Daniec

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Utilising interpolation for enhanced neural networks' generalisation

dr Stanisław Jastrzębski

Alicja Mikłas

Faculty of Chemistry

Molecular modeling  of perovskite materials by machine learning methods

dr Mateusz Brela

 

  • first-cycle students

Applicant

Faculty

title

Supervisor

Michał Kajka

Faculty of Philology

Turkish theatre reference in Poland reference map: an open access digital database and bibliometric analysis

dr hab. Grażyna Zając, prof. UJ

Iwona Przybył

Faculty of Philosophy

Social exclusion by social robots: influence of human-likeness and anthropomorphisation

dr inż Bipin Indurkhya, prof. UJ

Karolina Woszczyna

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

AI development policy management in the EU

dr Karolina Mania

Sharon Spisak

Faculty of Philosophy

The impact of in-group favouritism on human-robot groups

dr inż Bipin Indurkhya, prof. UJ

Grzegorz Wawrzesta

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Application of AI in determining global characteristics of relativistic heavy-ion collisions

prof. dr hab. Janusz Brzychczyk

 

Evaluation procedure:

The proposals were evaluated by a committee comprising three experts:

  • prof. dr hab. Maciej Ogorzałek, Department of Information Technology, Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science
  • dr Dariusz Stolicki, Jagiellonian Centre for Quantitative Research in Political Science / Faculty of International and Political Studies
  • dr Marek Śmieja, Chair in Machine Learning , Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Each proposal was thoroughly reviewed by two committee members. Dr Dariusz Stolicki abstained from the work of the committee due to a conflict of interest in the case of two proposals (mgr Daria Boratyn’s and mgr Natalia Stręk’s), whereas dr Marek Śmieja did not participate in the evaluation of proposals submitted by applicants representing the GMUM Group for Machine Learning Methods.

Each proposal was assigned also two domain experts selected from among the JU’s academic staff (and - in two cases - other research institutions) dealing with similar topics. The domain experts could not be employees of the department / chair represented by the applicant or their academic supervisor, nor members of the same research group. Similarly, they could not be supervisors of another proposal submitted to the same category with the proposal assigned them for evaluation. In the case of disciplines represented at more than one faculty, the expert was selected, wherever possible, from other faculty than the applicant’s.

The criteria of research quality, expected results, applicant’s / team’s achievements and supervisor’s achievements were evaluated exclusively by the experts. For other evaluation criteria grades awarded by the experts and by the committee members had equal weighting.

Expert reviewers:

Reviewer

Faculty

Institute

Dr hab. Marcin Andrzejak

Faculty of Chemistry

Department of Theoretical Chemistry

Dr hab. Mariusz Radoń

Faculty of Chemistry

Department of Non-Organic Chemistry

dr hab. Aleksander Mendyk, prof. UJ

Faculty of Pharmacy

Chair in Drug Formulation Technology and Biopharmacy

Dr hab. Rafał Górski

Faculty of Philology

Institute for Linguistics, Translation and Hungarian Studies

dr hab. Jadwiga Kita-Huber, prof. UJ

Faculty of Philology

Institute of German Studies

Dr hab. Jan Rybicki, prof. UJ

Faculty of Philology

Institute of English Studies

dr Daniel Słapek

Faculty of Philology

Institute of Romance Studies

dr Paweł Zarychta

Faculty of Philology

Institute of German Studies

dr hab. Magdalena Śmieja-Nęcka, prof. UJ

Faculty of Philosophy

Institute of Psychology

dr Tomasz Smoleń

Faculty of Philosophy

Institute of Philosophy

dr Jan Argasiński

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Applied Computer Science

prof. dr hab. Piotr Cyganik

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics

Dr hab. Bogdan Damski

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Theoretical Physics

dr Katarzyna Grzesiak-Kopeć

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Applied Computer Science

Dr hab. Andrzej Odrzywołek

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Theoretical Physics

Dr hab. Anna Paszyńska

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Applied Computer Science

Dr hab. Jakub Rysz, prof. UJ

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics

dr Michał Silarski

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics

Dr hab. Grażyna Ślusarczyk, prof. UJ

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Applied Computer Science

dr Adela Staszowska

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Theoretical Physics

dr Przemysław Witaszczyk

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

Institute of Applied Computer Science

dr Wojciech Wróblewski

Faculty of Geography and Geology

Institute of Geological Science

dr hab. Agnieszka Wypych, prof. UJ

Faculty of Geography and Geology

Institute of Geography and Spatial Management

dr Krzysztof Ciesielski, prof. UJ

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Institute of Mathematics

dr Jarosław Duda

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Institute of Computer Science and Computer Mathematics

Dr hab. Anna Ochal

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Chair of Optimization and Control

prof. dr hab. Roman Srzednicki

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Institute of Mathematics

dr Łukasz Struski

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Institute of Mathematics

dr Michał Wrona

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Institute of Theoretical Computer Science

dr Bartosz Zieliński

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

Institute of Computer Science and Computer Mathematics

dr Marek Jakubiec

Faculty of Law and Administration

 

dr Przemysław Pałka

Faculty of Law and Administration

 

dr Błażej Sajduk

Faculty of International and Political Studies

Institute of Political Science and International Relations

dr Jakub Żurawski

Faculty of International and Political Studies

Institute of Political Science and International Relations

dr hab. inż. Justyna Bugaj, prof. UJ

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Economics, Finance and Management

dr Magda Gawłowska

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Applied Psychology

Dr hab. Małgorzata Lisowska-Magdziarz, prof. UJ

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Journalism, Media and Social Communication

Dr hab. Piotr Marecki

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Culture

prof. dr hab. Tadeusz Marek

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Applied Psychology

dr Malwina Popiołek

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Culture

dr Paweł Strojny

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Applied Psychology

Dr hab. Magdalena Szpunar, prof. UJ

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Journalism, Media and Social Communication

dr hab. Ewa Wszendybył-Skulska, prof. UJ

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

Institute of Entrepreneurship

Dr hab. Jakub Barbasz

Jerzy Haber Institute of Catalysis and Surface Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences

dr Marcin Malawski

Institute of Computer Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences

 

Statistics for submitted proposals

Faculty

No of proposals (of which 3rd / 2nd / 1st cycle)

No of proposals recommended for funding (of which 3rd / 2nd / 1st cycle)

Sex M/F (no of proposals awarded funding)

Faculty of Chemistry

2 (1/1/0)

2 (1/1/0)

1/1 (1/1)

Faculty of Philology

5 (4/0/1)

2 (1/0/1)

2/3 (0/2)

Faculty of Philosophy

11 (2/4/5)

2 (0/0/2)

11/0 (2/0)

Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science

12 (7/4/1)

8 (5/2/1)

7/5 (4/4)

Faculty of Geography and Geology

3 (2/1/0)

1(1/0/0)

2/1 (1/0)

Faculty of History

1 (1/0/0)

0(0/0/0)

1/0 (0/0)

Faculty of Medicine

1 (1/0/0)

0 (0/0/0)

1/0  (0/0)

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science

16 (10/6/0)

13 (9/4/0)

5/11 (4/9)

Faculty of Health Sciences

1 (0/1/0)

1 (0/1/0)

1/0 (1/0)

Faculty of Law and Administration

2 (0/2/0)

1 (0/1/0)

2/0 (1/0)

Faculty of International and Political Studies

2 (1/0/1)

0 (0/0/0)

1/1 (0/0)

Faculty of Management and Social Communication

6 (5/0/1)

2 (1/0/1)

4/2 (2/0)

Total

62(34/19/9)

32 (18/9/5)

38/24 (16/16)

 

 

 

 

 

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