Dr. Adam Buraczewski graduated from the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, the Warsaw University of Technology, where he studied between 1993 and 1998. He specialized in the construction and programming of computing machines: from microprocessors and low-lever assembler programming, via Unix operating systems and networking to databases and compilers.
The areas of interest of Dr. Buraczewski comprise: numerical simulations, data visualization, computer graphics, parallel computations, microprocessors, microcontrollers, operating systems and relational databases.
Between 1998 and 2011 Dr. Adam Buraczewski was developing computer software for scientific and commercial institutions, where he gained extensive knowledge of numerical computations, relational databases and data visualization. He participated in research projects related to building computer systems for medical diagnostics (the State Committee for Scientific Research project entitled The value of three-dimensional computer reconstruction of prostate spatial configuration in selection of minimally invasive treatment of benign prostate hyperplasia, Central Railway Hospital, Międzylesie, 1998-2001) and space research (the State Committee for Scientific Research project entitled Software for the Data Processing Unit computer of the JEM-X appliance, the Space Research Centre, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1998-1999).
Since 2011 Adam Buraczewski is a member of Dr. habil. Magdalena Stobińska’s Research Group and in 2015 he defended (cum laude) his Ph.D. thesis entitled Specialized numerical algorithms for precise computation of sums of hypergeometric series used in modeling of macroscopically populated quantum states of light at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology WUT. His thesis was awarded in the contest organized by ACK “Cyfronet” AGH Computer Center in 2015.