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bryg. dr hab. inż. Adam Krasuski, prof. uczelni


pokój 308, obiekt 01, budynek C
telefon: (22) 56 17 542
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Summary

Adam Krasuski is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Safety Engineering of the Main School of Fire Service. His research activities have focused on bridging safety engineering, computer science, applied mathematics and fire-fighting tactics to address building fire safety. He is an officer of State Fire Service (lieutenant colonel) with experience as the fire-fighter and the fire commander. His scientific interests are mostly focused on quantitative fire risk assessment. He proposed a multisimulation approach to the fire risk assessment which is based on stochastic simulation on fire and evacuation modeling as well as the thermal response of structures. He is the core developer of Aamks software for probabilistic risk assessment. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the journals Fire Technology and Envir- onmental Processes. He has authored >60 publications, including peer-reviewed papers in International Journals, book chapters, and one book. He has received >260 citations (Google Scholar), with an h-index of 8 and i10-index of 8. He was appointed by the HQ of State Fire Service of Poland as a security advisor in the number of safety projects related to important public buildings, seaports and industrial plants. He has been leading 3 research projects, and also took part as a researcher in 8 projects.

Contact

The Main School of Fire Service Poland
Słowackiego 52/54
01-629 Warsaw
Building 01, room 102
tel.: +48 22 56 17 542

Academic degrees

2019 - DSc in Environmental Engineering. Warsaw Univerity of Technology, Poland.
2010 - PhD in Computer Science. Bialystok Technical University, Poland.
2003 - Engineer's degree in Control and Industrial Electronics. Warsaw University of Technology, Poland.
2001 - MSc in Fire Safety Engineering, The Main School of Fire Service, Poland.

Research experience

2019 - present Institute of Safety Engineering, The Main School of Fire Service. Associate Professor
2010 - 2019 Section of Computer Science, The Main School of Fire Service. Assistant Professor
2013 - 2016 Project Manager of the grant supported by the Polish National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR): Modern engineering tools for decision support for commanders of the State Fire Service of Poland during Fire and Rescue operations in the buildings.
2014 - 2014 Visiting schoolar -- Imperial College London
2011 - 2013 Reseach Team Member of the SYNAT project, Faculty of Mathematics Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw
2001 - 2010 Section of Computer Science, The Main School of Fire Service. Teaching and Research Assistant
2003 - 2010 Leader of 5 grants in domain of distributed database and decision support system for Fire Service.
Research interests Decision Support Systems, Data Mining, Machine Learning.

Other experience

2009 - 2012 Head of the Section of Computer Science, the Main School of Fire Service.
2002 - 2010 IT Expert, Deutsche Bahn A.G.
2010 - 2011 Data Analyst, DB Schenker Rail Polska

Grants

  • ICRA - O/ROB/0010/03/001 - 'Modern engineering tools for decision support for commanders of the State Fire Service of Poland during Fire and Rescue operations in the buildings' supported by by the Polish National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR) in the frame of Defence and Security Programmes and Projects. Project Leader
  • SYNAT - SP/I/1/77065/10 in frame of the strategic scientific research and experimental development program: 'Interdisciplinary System for Interactive Scientific and Scientific-Technical Information'. Research team member
  • Threats recognition modelling - supported by Foundation of Polish Science in the framework of INTER programme. Research team member.
  • Perception based computing - 2011/01/D/ST6/06981 supported by the Polish National Science Centre. Reseach team member.

Achievements

Not the goal is important but the method and relationship with it.

Languages

english, german

Teaching: Subjects

Publications: List of the publications

PC and Chair: List of the events