Marcin Waniek

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My name is Marcin Waniek and I'm currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Warsaw, Institute of Informatics, and a Postdoc at IDEAS NCBR.

I dabble in such areas as social network analysis, artificial intelligence, computational social science, and game theory.

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What's up?

  • 26.09.2023
    Our article about using human intuition as a defense against attribute inference was published in Scientific Reports.
  • 17.04.2023
    Our article about using a Stackelberg game to model hiding from centrality measures was published in IEEE TKDE.

  • 30.12.2022
    Our article about using contact tracing to find the source of diffusion was published in Scientific Reports.
  • 19-21.12.2022
    I gave a tutorial at COMSYS 2022 conference in IIT Ropar, India. You can watch it at YouTube.
  • 12.12.2022
    Our article about Beijing's central role in global AI community was published in Scientific Reports.
  • 08.12.2022
    Our article about building bridges between dissimilar network communities was published in Collective Intelligence.
  • 16.11.2022
    Our article about hiding opinions from machine learning algorithms was published in PNAS Nexus.
  • 18.08.2022
    Our article about how the source of social diffusion can escape detection was published in iScience.
  • 19-22.07.2022
    I presented my research at IC2S2 2022 conference in Chicago.
  • 07.02.2022
    Our article about hiding in temporal networks was published in IEEE TNSE.