Doctoral promotion of Dominik Filipiak

During the ceremonial doctoral and habilitation promotion at the Poznań University of Economics and Business, Dr. Dominik Filipiak received a Ph.D. diploma in economics. His doctoral thesis entitled “Exploring features of paintings for modelling preferences of buyers on the Polish art market” was defended with distinction on October 17, 2022. Thesis supervisor: Prof. Witold Abramowicz, auxiliary supervisor: Prof. Agata Filipowska.

Awards in the 26th Competition for the Best Diploma Theses in the field of Business Informatics

During the 10th International Scientific Conference “Knowledge and Information Technologies in Creating Entrepreneurship” and the 5th Congress of Business Informatics, prizes were awarded in the 26th edition of the of the Scientific Society of Business Informatics (Polish abbr. “NTIE”) for the best diploma theses in the field of business informatics defended in 2022. The works written under the supervision of scientists from the Department of Information Systems at the Poznań … Read More

Data analysis in the maritime domain

Poznań University of Economics and Business Press has published a book “Data analysis in the maritime domain“. The book summarizes many years’ research of the DIS team in the maritime domain, which were realized within the completed projects (SIMMO I and HANSA) as well as individual research. Authors of the book: Milena Stróżyna, Witold Abramowicz, Krzysztof Węcel, Jacek Małyszko and Dominik Filipiak.

Extracting Maritime Traffic Networks from AIS Data Using Evolutionary Algorithm

The scientific article of the team of the Department of Information Systems has been published in the BISE journal. The journal’s Impact Factor for 2019 was 5.837 and the five-year impact factor was 7.361. Authors of the work: Dominik Filipiak, Krzysztof Węcel, Milena Stróżyna, Michał Michalak, Witold Abramowicz.

Kick-off meeting of the SIMMO II project

On 22-23 January 2020 Poznań University of economics and Business hosted the kick-off meeting of the SIMMO II project: System for Intelligent Maritime Monitoring II. PUEB was represented by the Department of Information Systems: prof. Witold Abramowicz, Dr. Milena Stróżyna, Dr. Krzysztof Węcel and Dominik Filipiak, who are members of the project’s team. SIMMO II is a research and development project, ordered by the European Defense Agency (Cat B Project) … Read More

Best Paper Award at ISWC 2018 Conference

On the 8 to 12 October 2018 in Monterey (CA) the 17th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2018) took place. Szymon Wieczorek, a student collaborating with the Department of Information Systems, partaken in the conference on behalf of our university. During the conference, the article ”Semantic Image-Based Profiling of Users’ Interests with Neural Networks”, whose authors are Szymon Wieczorek, Dominik Filipiak and dr Agata Filipowska, was presented. The article was … Read More

The award for the most innovative article at the NATCON 2018 Conference

On the 25-27 June 2018 Dominik Filipiak and Milena Stróżyna participated in the 8th International Tech-Science Conference NATCON “Naval Technologies for Defence and Security”, in Gdańsk. The Conference was organized by the Polish Naval Academy and the International Gdańsk Fair. The article prepared for the Conference “Big Data for Anomaly Detection in Maritime. Surveillance: Spatial AIS Data Analysis for Tankers “, whose authors are: Dominik Filipiak, Milena Stróżyna, Dr. Krzysztof … Read More

Dominik Filipiak and Milena Stróżyna participated in the NATO conference in Bordeaux

On the 30 May – 1 June 2018 Dominik Filipiak and Milena Stróżyna participated in the conference IST-160 Speciailsts’ Meeting Big Data & Artificial Intelligence for Military Decision Making in Bordeaux (France). The conference was organized by the NATO Information Systems and Technology Panel. During the conference, the research article entitled “Anomaly Detection in the Maritime Domain: Comparison of Traditional and Big Data Approach” was presented. The article was prepared … Read More