Bartosz Łukasiewicz is a graduate of the University of Warsaw with a degree in Computer Science. In addition to Codeforia, he works as a programmer at Codility and prepares students for participation in informatics competitions.
He is a laureate and two-time finalist of the Polish Olympiad in Informatics. He served as the head of the jury for the Junior Olympiad in Informatics. He was a coach of the Polish national team for the European Junior Informatics Olympiad. He was the Team Leader for the Polish team at multiple international competitions. He is the author of over 1000 programming tasks. He has been teaching at informatics camps organized by the Talent Association for over 10 years.
Jacek Tomasiewicz is a graduate of Computer Science at the University of Warsaw. He is a finalist in the Polish Olympiad in Informatics. He is a manager of a team of programmers at Codility, an IT company specializing in the automatic assessment of programmers' skills.
For 15 years, he has been teaching programming and preparing students for algorithmic competitions. He has educated over 250 students who have become finalists or laureates of the Olympiad in Informatics (including the Junior Olympiad), the International Olympiad in Informatics, and the Logia competition. He is the author of the book “Zaprzyjaźnij się z algorytmami” published by Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN. In 2019, he was a laureate of the List 100, which recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the development of digital skills in society. Many of his former students now work at companies such as Google, Microsoft, and Facebook.
Krzysztof Diks is a professor at the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Warsaw, where he has been working since the beginning of his research and teaching career. He specializes in algorithms and is a co-author of an academic textbook on algorithms and data structures. He has supervised the doctoral dissertations of 10 candidates. From 2005 to 2015, he served as the director of the Institute of Computer Science at the University of Warsaw. From 2016 to 2021, he served as the Chairman of the Polish Accreditation Committee.
Professor Krzysztof Diks is a recognized populariser of computer science, in particularly algorithmics. Since 1994, he has been involved with the Polish Olympiad in Informatics for high school students. Since 1999, he has continuously served as the Chairman of the Main Committee of the Informatics Olympiad (during which time Poland won the International Olympiad in Informatics twice). In 2005, he organized the International Olympiad in Informatics in Poland and served as its chairman. Along with Professor Jan Madey, he mentored the teams from the University of Warsaw that won the world championship title in team programming twice.
Przemysław Kozłowski is a graduate of Computer Science at the University of Warsaw. He is the winner of the XXII Polish Olympiad in Informatics and has represented Poland at numerous international competitions. He won a silver medal at the International Olympiad in Informatics and a gold medal at the Central European Olympiad in Informatics.
As a member of the Technical Committee of the Polish Olympiad in Informatics and numerous IT camps, he was involved in the development and maintenance of an automated system for evaluating programming task solutions.
Paweł Rzymkiewicz is an expert in creating and developing IT teams, helping companies achieve success through growth and high quality. He has extensive experience working both in Poland and abroad, for small, medium, and corporate-sized companies.
While working at Codility, Paweł created a diversified Software Engineering team, expanding it from 8 to 35 members. He also developed the recruitment process and pipeline at a Norwegian startup, enabling the creation of a team of over 100 people in just 11 months. Currently, as the Head of Engineering at Appsilon, Paweł is expanding the Software Engineering team, scaling it threefold (from 20 to over 60 people) between 2021 and 2023.
Przemysław Dominikowski is a graduate of computer science at the Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science at the Warsaw University of Technology. He collaborates with Intel as a Cloud Software Development Engineer.
He is a laureate of the OIG (Junior Olympiad in Informatics) and the winner of the nationwide STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) competition at the Warsaw University of Technology.
He conducts classes preparing students for the Polish Olympiad in Informatics, the Logia competition, and the extended-level high school graduation exam in computer science.