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Dr. Tomasz Jaworski Ph.D.

Dr. Tomasz Jaworski

Tomasz is also the Assistant Professor at the Institute of Applied Computer Science at Lodz University of Technology (TUL).

As part of his doctoral dissertation in 2015, he explored the possibility of using Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Set Theory to model directional emissivity for the purposes of reconstructing the temperature map of rotating object surfaces. Currently, he studies issues related to testing and detection of errors in software, written by novice programmers and the construction of tools to support their learning process. At the same time, he also builds process control algorithms using fuzzy controllers, which he uses in both his research projects and lectures. Additionally, Tomasz is a co-author of nearly 40 scientific publications, including conference presentations and book chapters. In the field of teaching, Tomasz teaches operating system programming and autonomous vehicle programming. He is also a co-author of the platform for learning programming through dynamic tests, used at the Lodz University of Technology (TUL).


Paul Romer's Work

"Economic Growth, Technological Change, and Climate Change"

"Ideas, Nonrivalry, and Endogenous Growth"

Stanford's Published Paper

"Are Ideas Getting Harder to Find ?"


"Our Mission and Vision is to protect the “Idea Creator”, and our “Partners”, as well as to create a Socially Responsible Sustainable Economic Development Platform."