Robert Wrembel

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Robert Wrembel (PhD, Dr. Habil.) is an associate professor in the Faculty of Computing, at Poznan University of Technology, in Poland. In 2008 he received the post-doctoral degree in computer science (habilitation), specializing in database systems and data warehouses. He has been a deputy dean of the Faculty of Computing, in terms 2008-2012 and 2012-2016.

Robert Wrembel Involved in 8 research and 8 industrial projects in the area of data processing technologies; consultant at software house Rodan Systems (2002-2003); lecturer at Oracle Poland (1998-2005). Currently he leads at his University the Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programme "Information Technologies for Business Intelligence - Doctoral College" (2013-2020).

Robert Wrembel visited numerous research and education centers, including: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - BarcelonaTech (Catalunya), Université Lyon 2 (France), Universidad de Costa Rica (Costa Rica), Klagenfurt University (Austria), Loyola University (USA), INRIA ParisRocquencourt (France), and Université Paris Dauphine (France). In 2012 he graduated from a 2- months innovation and entrepreneurial programme at Stanford University. In 2013 he has done an internship in a BI company Targit (USA).

In 2010 he received the IBM Faculty Award for highly competitive research, in 2011 he was awarded the Medal of the Committee of National Education (from the Minister of National Education), in 2016 - the Silver Medal for Long-lasting Service (from the President of the Republic of Poland), in 2019 - IBM Shared University Research Award, and in 2019 - International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Service Award.

He is a member of ACM, country representative in IFIP Technical Committee TC 2 - Software: Theory and Practice, and a chair-elect of IFIP Working Group 2.6 (Database). Since Apr 2018 he is a regular editorial board member of the Data & Knowledge Engineering journal.