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dr inż. Justyna Signerska-Rynkowska

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 Since 2016   assistant professor at Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Applied Physics and

                     Mathematics, Department of Differential Equations and Mathematics Applications 

2020 - 2023  Principal Investigator in "SONATA" grant “Challenges of low-dimensional dynamics in hybrid neuron models” awarded by National Science Centre in Poland 

2014 - 2016  post-doctoral position at INRIA Paris-Centre (EPI MYCENAE) and Mathematical

                     Neuroscience Lab, CIRB - Collège de France

2013 - 2014  post-doctoral position at the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of

                     Sciences (Department of Dynamical Systems)

June 2013   Ph.D. in Mathematics, title of Ph. D. Thesis “Dynamical properties of

                    maps arising in some models of neuron activity and electrical circuits”; 

                    under supervision of prof.  W. Marzantowicz (the Ph.D. advisor) and  prof. F. Przytycki (co-advisor)

2012 - 2014  Organization and Training Coordinator in the Project “Center for Applications of

                      Mathematics” at Gdańsk University of Technology

2011 - 2013  pre-doctoral grant “PRELUDIUM” awarded by National Science Centre in Poland in December

                     2011 for executing the project Properties of dynamical systems used in mathematical

                     modelling of neurons activity and electrical circuits;  

2009 - 2013  Ph. D. studies at the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences  

                     (acclaimed as Leading National Research Centre for 2012-2017 by Ministry of  

                     Science and Higher Education in Poland) in the field of Mathematics

2009 - 2012  lecturer at the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics, Gdańsk University of        

                     Technology (Department of Non-linear Analysis)

  

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