Dominik Strzalka is an associate professor at the Rzeszów University of Technology, as well as the head of Department of Complex Systems. He received his PhD from the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, Poland, with a dissertation devoted to a non-extensive analysis of computational complexity in the case of the insertion sort algorithm.
Dominik has been principal investigator and manager of many projects, and has received grants from the National Centre for Research and Development in Poland. He often collaborates with Polish companies, especially in the automotive industry, as a scientific consultant. He believes that the secret to understanding the complexity of today’s world is the theory of complex systems.
Dominik’s current focus is applications of non-extensive thermodynamics and statistics, together with the theory of complex systems for describing computer system behavior, performance, and management. His research focuses on the existence and influence of long-term dependencies and non-extensive entropy on computer systems, including possible applications of this theory in complex computer systems.
Dominik serves as a reviewer for many different scientific journals. He has been a reviewer for Computing Reviews since 2017.