Interdisciplinary Center for Mathematical and Computational Modelling
University of Warsaw
Dr. Marek T. Michalewicz has just assumed a new position as the Deputy Director of
Interdisciplinary Center for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (ICM) at the
University of Warsaw.
Between 1990-2000 Marek worked at the Supercomputing Support Group at the Commonwealth
Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia, reaching the
level of a Principal Research Scientist. He founded Quantum Precision Instruments
Pty. Ltd. in 1999 in Australia. Quantum-Pi was one of the very first companies in
the world focused exclusively on nanotechnology-enabled products: quantum tunneling
sensors and metrology devices. Subsequently he also founded Quantum Precision Instruments
Asia Private Limited (Singapore) and Quantum Precision Instruments, Inc. (USA) and
remained their CEO and CTO for ten years. He joined A*STAR Computational Resource
Centre in Singapore in early 2009 as their Chief Executive Officer until fall 2016.
His research expertise and interests are: Nanotechnology, Theoretical and Computational
Condensed Matter Physics, Surface Science, Computational Quantum Chemistry, Supercomputing
and Parallel Computing and Computational Life Sciences. He organized many scientific
meetings, edited two books on Computational Life Sciences and is the author of over
50 scientific refereed papers, book chapters and proceedings volumes and has contributed
to more than 80 conferences.