of Information Technology, Research Partner
The Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology was set up in 1994 between the governments of Poland and Japan. Today, the Academy is a leading institute in Poland, taking the 2nd position in the Wprost ranking list of the best non-state schools in 2014, and 5th position among all academic institutions (state and non-state). The main campus of the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology is located in Warsaw, Poland.
Complexica cooperates with the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology on social informatics – in particular, on issues related to the relationships that occur between society and information systems. The changes in social structures are examined that are under the influence of modern information technology, especially in the context of systems such as GitHub or Wikipedia.
Also, research issues include investigations on how social mechanisms can improve the quality of information systems, such as reputational systems within an e-commerce context. The interdisciplinary team within the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology has considerable expertise in social network analysis, natural language processing, social simulations, and machine learning.