The MOCOS Team

The MOCOS Group (MOdelling COronavirus Spread) is an international, interdisciplinary team of scientists involved in modelling the COVID-19 epidemic.

prof. Anna Gambin

prof. Anna Gambin

MOCOS Poland

Professor Anna Gambin is deputy dean for research and international cooperation at the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science and Mechanics at the University of Warsaw (term 2016-2020). In her scientific work she deals with mathematical modeling of molecular processes and efficient algorithms for the analysis of biomedical data. Recently, her research is focused on computational methods supporting medical diagnostics based on genomic and proteomic data.

dr inż. Agata Migalska

dr inż. Agata Migalska

MOCOS Poland

Defended her doctorate in computer science at the Faculty of Electronics of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. Professionally, she deals with the analysis of unordered data using statistical methods and artificial intelligence techniques.

dr hab. Barbara Adamik

dr hab. Barbara Adamik

MOCOS Poland

Assistant Professor at the Wroclaw Medical University. Her research areas include infectious diseases, sepsis, and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome.

dr hab. Barbara Pabjan

dr hab. Barbara Pabjan

MOCOS Poland

Sociologist, works at the Institute of Sociology of the University of Wroclaw. She is involved in the study of social reactions to the coronavirus epidemic (differentiated perception of the threat level, application of preventive measures).

mgr Dubhe Joy S. Carmen

mgr Dubhe Joy S. Carmen

MOCOS Phillipines

A Senior Science Research Specialist of the Department of Science and Technology, deployed at MSU – Iligan Institute of Technology, Philippines and a member of the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Research Group of the Premier Research Institute of Science and Mathematics (PRISM). Her research interests include item response theory and bioinformatics.

prof. Ewaryst Rafajlowicz

prof. Ewaryst Rafajlowicz

MOCOS Poland

Correspondent member of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Works in the Department of Automation, Mechatronics and Control Systems, Faculty of Electronics, Wrocław University of Science Technology. He deals with processes with time and space dynamics and teaching control based on image sequences.

dr hab. Ewa Szczurek

dr hab. Ewa Szczurek

MOCOS Poland

Assistant professor at the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics at the University of Warsaw. Her research focus is at the border between computer science, machine learning and molecular biology.

prof. Ewa Skubalska-Rafajlowicz

prof. Ewa Skubalska-Rafajlowicz

MOCOS Poland

Works in the Department of Technical Computer Science, Faculty of Electronics, Wrocław University of Science Technology. Her field of study includes analysis, processing and detection of changes in large datasets and images and learning neural networks.

mgr Gabriel C. Engcong

mgr Gabriel C. Engcong

MOCOS Phillipines

A faculty member of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics in MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT) and a member of the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Research Group of the Premier Research Institute of Science and Mathematics (PRISM). His research interests include machine learning and time series analysis.

mgr John Alfred M. Liwanag

mgr John Alfred M. Liwanag

MOCOS Phillipines

A faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT). He is a member of the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Research Group of the Premier Research Institute of Science and Mathematics (PRISM) of MSU-IIT. His research interests are spatial statistics and experimental designs.

prof. Jan Pablo Burgard

prof. Jan Pablo Burgard

MOCOS Germany

Jan Pablo Burgard is associate professor at the Trier University in the field of statistics, econometrics and data science. His main research interests are methods for regional estimation, the handling of errors in variables in statistical models, and the development of tailor-made quantitative solutions for interdisciplinary empirical problems.

mgr Johniel Babiera

mgr Johniel Babiera

MOCOS Phillipines

A faculty member in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT). He is a member of the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Research Group of the Premier Research Institute of Science and Mathematics (PRISM) of MSU-IIT. His research interests are statistical analysis and modelling, natural language processing and machine learning.

prof. Jinky B. Bornales

prof. Jinky B. Bornales

MOCOS Phillipines

Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension and faculty member of the Department of Physics of the MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, Philippines. She is a member of the Theoretical Science Research Group of the Premier Research Institute of Science and Mathematics (PRISM) of MSU-IIT. Her research interests include white noise functional integral and polymers modeled by fractional Brownian Motion.

mgr Jennifer Joyce M. Montemayor

mgr Jennifer Joyce M. Montemayor

MOCOS Phillipines

A faculty member of the Department of Computer Science in MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT). She is a member of the Applied Mathematics and Statistics Research Group of the Premier Research Institute of Science and Mathematics (PRISM) of MSU-IIT. Her research interests include Evolutionary Computation, Feature Selection, and Machine Learning.

mgr inż. Marcin Bodych

mgr inż. Marcin Bodych

MOCOS Poland

Graduate of the faculties of Automation and Robotics and Mathematics at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. Professionally involved in machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques in the context of image and text analysis. He is scientifically working on his doctoral dissertation entitled Agent based models for language evolution under the supervision of Professor Tyll Krüger.

dr inż. Marek Bawiec

dr inż. Marek Bawiec

MOCOS Poland

Works at the Department of Technical Computer Science at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. In addition to his involvement in the MOCOS group, he is involved in day-to-day work on technologies enabling the so-called Internet of Things and, among other things, the development of the SimBad cancer cell proliferation simulator.

dr Michał Startek

dr Michał Startek

MOCOS Poland

Assistant professor at the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics at the University of Warsaw. His current research interests are high-performance algorithmics in life sciences, computational aspects of mass spectrometry, and algorithmic aspects of stochastic simulations. Past projects include development of automatic, AI-based organic synthesis pathway predictor, mathematical and agent-based modelling of spread of mobile genetic elements in populations, and bioinformatic analyses of human genome.

prof. Przemysław Biecek

prof. Przemysław Biecek

MOCOS Poland

Associate professor at Warsaw University of Technology and University of Warsaw. Interested in predictive modeling of large and complex data, data visualization and model interpretability. R enthusiast and main developer of DrWhy.AI tools and methods for Explanatory Model Analysis..

dr inż. Piotr Szymański

dr inż. Piotr Szymański

MOCOS Poland

Assistant Professor at the Department of Computational Intelligence at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. Professionally involved in data analysis, statistical reasoning, machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques. He is an alumni of the Top 500 Innovators program at Stanford University.

dr Piotr Sobczyk

dr Piotr Sobczyk

MOCOS Poland

Holds a PhD in Mathematics from Wrocław University of Science and Technology. His thesis was on dimensionality reduction. Professionally, working as a data scientist, he deals with data analysis, modelling and visualization.

dr Randy L. Caga-anan

dr Randy L. Caga-anan

MOCOS Phillipines

A faculty member and currently the chairman of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, Philippines. A member of the Complex Systems Group of the university who started out in pure mathematics and now doing work with mathematically modeling infectious diseases.

dr Ruth P. Serquiña

dr Ruth P. Serquiña

MOCOS Phillipines

Faculty member of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, Iligan City, Philippines. Research focus is on mathematical modeling of ecological systems and on dynamical systems.

prof. Thomas Götz

prof. Thomas Götz

MOCOS Germany

Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Koblenz-Landau since 2011. His research focuses on mathematical modelling and mathematical epidemiology. For ten years, the mathematician has been working with his colleagues from Kaiserslautern as well as from Portugal and various Asian countries on mathematical aspects of the spread of diseases.

prof. Tyll Krüger

prof. Tyll Krüger

MOCOS founder

Professor in the Department of Electronics at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. Professionally, he deals with mathematical modelling in medicine and biology, stochastic processes, complex networks and dynamic systems. A graduate of the Humboldt University in Berlin, he received his doctorate at the University of Bielefeld.

mgr inż. Tomasz Ożański

mgr inż. Tomasz Ożański

MOCOS Poland

Doctoral student at the Faculty of Electronics at the Wrocław University of Science and Technology. In his scientific work he deals with stochastic systems with complex interactions, including epidemic modelling. In his professional work he deals with image processing and machine learning.

dr Viktor Bezborodov

dr Viktor Bezborodov

MOCOS Poland

A mathematician professionally involved in probabilistics and modelling the spread of infections. PostDoc at the Università degli Studi di Veronaa.

dr hab. Wolfgang Bock

dr hab. Wolfgang Bock

MOCOS Germany

Works at the Technomathematics Group at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern. His current research objectives are the modeling of systems with non-local interactions and the corresponding fractional S(P)DEs.

dr Wojciech Rafajlowicz

dr Wojciech Rafajlowicz

MOCOS Poland

Works in the Department of Technical Computer Science, Faculty of Electronics, Wrocław University of Technology. In his research he focuses on the problems teaching and optimizing the decision sequence.

dr Yashika Jayathunga

dr Yashika Jayathunga

MOCOS Germany

Graduate of the University of Kaiserslautern who is currently working as a researcher at the University of Koblenz-Landau. Her research focuses on mathematical modeling and mathematical epidemiology.