Piotr Chlebowicz, Dsc, ProfTit, University of Warmia and Mazury
Dsc, ProfTit, University of Warmia and Mazury
Anna Krop, criminal analyst
Law enforcement analyst
Law enforcement analyst with several years of experience in law enforcement agencies, trainer of analytical skills. The object of her interest is the use of modern technologies to commit crimes and conceal identities.
Kacper Gradoń, PhD,DSC, academic teacher
University College London, Associate Professor, Honorary Senior Research Fellow
Expert in the field of forensic science and criminal analysis, assistant professor at Warsaw University of Technology, research fellow at University College in London and University of Colorado Boulder.
Roberto Ribaudo, Ministero dell’ Interno
Ministry of Interior - Italy
Head of the 5th Division – Supervisor of the Italian Asset Recovery Office National Coordinator of Police and Customs Cooperation Centers Ministry of Interior – Department for Public Security Central Directorate of Criminal Police International Police Cooperation Service
Dominic Maciver, National Crime Agency
National Crime Agency (The United Kingdom)
Senior Officer International Anti-Corruption Coordination Centre (IACCC) National Crime Agency.
Rafał Szczepaniak, Customs and Tax Office in Wrocław
Lower Silesian Customs and Fiscal Office in Wroclaw
Head of the Department of the Competence Center for Criminal Analysis and Support Systems of the Lower Silesian Customs and Fiscal Office in Wroclaw. Responsible for shaping and implementing policies in the area of crime analysis, organizing the recruitment process, training and in-service training of crime analysts in KAS, and monitoring and implementing new solutions and standards, including IT. Cooperates with the Ministry of Finance, scientific and academic centers, institutions and services that use criminal analysis and geographic information systems, and participates in research and development work on the creation of IT tools to support criminal analysis and information analysis. Academic lecturer.
Karol Drąg, Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Finance - Poland
Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Jagiellonian University. He has many years of professional experience gained in law enforcement agencies; in recent years he has been associated with the Financial Information Department of the Ministry of Finance.
Tomasz Michalak, PhD, Warsaw University
IDEAS NCBR, Uniwersytet Warszawski
Tomasz P. Michalak is a Research Team Leader at the IDEAS NCBR research institute and a lecturer at the Institute of Informatics, Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw, Poland. He worked at the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, the School of Engineering and Computer Science, University of Southampton, the Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool, and the Faculty of Applied Economics, University of Antwerp.
Marcin Wojtysiak-Kotlarski, DSc, ProfTit, Warsaw School of Economics
Professor, SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Marcin Wojtysiak-Kotlarski is a professor at the Warsaw School of Economics, with which he has been associated for more than 28 years, first as a student, then as a lecturer. He is involved in teaching and supervising the theses of students and doctoral students. He carries out numerous research works and performs a number of roles of an organizational nature. He is head of the Department of International Strategy at the Institute of Management within the College of Management and Finance, SGH. From an early age, he has been passionate about the geography of the world, the beauty resulting from its economic, social, cultural diversity. While conducting scientific research, he is interested in the world economy, including in particular the world of companies competing in the global market. His scientific interests are multidisciplinary, pursued at the intersection of economics and management science. He has conducted research and published mainly in the following areas: theory of the firm, strategic management, globalization of business, megaproject management, and modern entrepreneurship and the world of start-ups. He is the main initiator of the "Mazovia as a gas pedal of global businesses" grant, which won the Gospostrateg III competition funded by the National Center for Research and Development. This is currently the largest project underway at SGH in consortium with the Marshal's Office of the Mazovian Voivodeship and the Warsaw Stock Exchange. A team of about 40 researchers from Poland and the United States is working on the project, which is constantly evolving. Marcin Wojtysiak-Kotlarski is also interested in business school management. At SGH, he manages the projects of the two most important international accreditations for business schools, namely EQUIS and AACSB.
Joanna Krupa, CBA
Law enforcement analyst, The Central Anti-Corruption Bureau - Poland
Law enforcement analyst since 2009. Her main area of expertise is criminal financial behavior, including informal value transfer systems, alternative remittance systems, offshore financial centers, tax avoiding and bank secrecy. In her special interests is the phenomenon of elite informal advocacy groups and their power brokers (fixers).
Agnieszka Butor Keler, PhD, Polish Financial Supervision Authority
PhD, Polish Financial Supervision Authority
Jarosław Wolski, independent expert
Polish political scientist, journalist, columnist and civilian OSINT analyst
Jacek Dajda, BEng, PhD, AGH University of Science and Technology
BEng, PhD, AGH University of Science and Technology
Fryderyk Darnowski, BEng, PhD, CBA
PhD, The Central Anti-Corruption Bureau
Head of Central Digital Forensic Laboratory at The Central Anti-Corruption Bureau since 2022. More than 15 years of experience as a digital forensic examiner. BigData and machine learning/artificial intelligence passionate.
Paweł Łukaczyk, National Tax Administration
National Tax Administration - Poland
Criminal analyst at the Ministry of Finance, trainer within the scope of criminal analysis in the National Tax Administration.
Harm van Beek, PhD, Netherlands Forensic Institute
Digital forensic scientist, the Netherlands Forensic Institute
Harm van Beek is an experienced senior digital forensic scientist at the Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI). His work consists of performing examinations in criminal cases, and conducting scientific research in the digital forensic field. Harm is one of the founders of the forensic investigation, innovation and knowledge sharing platform Hansken. He was technical director of CASE, the international standard for sharing cyber-investigation traces. Harm obtained his PhD in formal methods (mathematics and computer science) at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Before joining the NFI in 2009, he was cofounder and CTO of a company dedicated to digital strategy, design, development and integration.