Krzysztof Krawiec



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I'm a full professor affiliated to Institute of Computing Science, Poznan University of Technology, where I'm leading the Neurosymbolc Systems Group within the Machine Learning Laboratory. My main fields of interest are program synthesis, machine learning and computer vision -- the latter in particular in applications to medical imaging. See Research and Publications for more details, and my profiles: ResearchGate, DBLP, Google Scholar, ResearcherID, ACM, LinkedIn.


  • As of January 2023, I'm heading the Neurosymbolc Systems Team at the newly formed Machine Learning Laboratory at the Institute of Computing Science. The ML lab was primarily formed from the former members of the Laboratory of Intelligent Decision Support Systems. In connection with that, I have stepped down from the position of the Deputy Head for Science of the Institute, where I served for 6 years.
  • In July, I lectured the course Machine Learning Meets Program Synthesis at the ML in PL Summer School organized by the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. Available on YouTube here.








2013 and earlier

  • Together with Gisele L. Pappa, John Woodward, and Jerry Swan, we are organizing 3rd Workshop on Evolutionary Computation for the Automated Design of Algorithms at GECCO 2013. Details here.
  • The thesis of my former PhD student, Wojciech Jaśkowski, entitled "Algorithms for Test-based Problems", received distinction in the first contest organized by the Polish Artificial Intelligence Society. More details here.
  • Our paper entitled "Evolutionary Tuning of Compound Image Analysis Systems for Effective License Plate Recognition", by Mateusz Nawrocki and me, won the best paper award at the ICCCI (The 3rd International Conference on Computational Collective Intelligence - Technologies and Applications),
  • Our position evaluation function for the game of Othello (epTDLmpx_12x6) , developed by my student Marcin Szubert, ranks first in the Othello Position Evaluation Function League, organized by Simon Lucas and his team at University of Essex, UK.


  • I am developing a evolutionary computation library in Scala Scevo and a genetic programming (program synthesis) library in Scala Scaps
  • The MIT Alfa group published the new release of the FlexGP framework, which includes also the implementation of Multiple Regression Genetic Programming, a method we described in this GECCO paper.



Phd students

Former PhD students and postdocs

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