Department of Complex Systems and Chemical Information Processing

Head of Department: Professor Jerzy Górecki

Tel. + 48 (22) 343-3420
Building 3, room 22

The Department of Complex Systems and Chemical Information Processing was established in January 2008 as a group of theoreticians interested in applications of statistical physics and computer simulations in the field of physical chemistry.

Research areas

  • Unconventional computing and chemical information processing (J. Górecki)
  • Complex systems, nanotechnology inspired by biological systems
    (A. Ciach, W. Góźdź)
  • Computational electrochemistry (L. Bieniasz)
  • Growth and degradation in complex systems (J. Stafiej)
  • Molecular dynamics simulations of nonequilibrium effects associated with chemical reactions (M. Litniewski, J. Górecki).
  • Nonlinear homogeneous chemical dynamics
  • Nonlinear reaction-diffusion systems
  • Influence of fluctuation on chemical systems far from equilibrium

Scientific staff:

Ph.D. students:

  • M.S. Nataliya Bobrovska
  • M.S. Larisa Latypova
  • M.S. Faezeh Pousaneh

Group of complex systems, non-equilibrium phenomena and chemical information processing

(From the left) Janusz Stafiej, Jerzy Górecki, Marek Litniewski,
Alina Ciach, Jan Szymański, Wojciech Góźdź