Paweł Gora, a doctoral student from the University of Warsaw, is one of 100 Central and Eastern Europe’s emerging technology stars. The young researcher was listed in the 2017 New Europe 100.


The New Europe 100 is a list compiled by the Res Publica journal, Google, Visegrad Fund and Financial Times. It features people from 14 countries who contribute to the changes being made to the region’s societies, politics and business. Those people have innovative fresh approaches to problems. Organisers selected them from nominations, which were sent by national institutions, think thanks and the public, representing four categories: business, media and culture, science, and society and politics.


The doctoral student from the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw, Paweł Gora, is among Polish changemakers in emerging Europe in 2017. He works on the Traffic Simulation Framework software – an advanced tool for simulating and investigating vehicular traffic in large cities using microscopic model based on probabilistic cellular automaton (Gora’s extension of the Nagel-Schreckenberg model) and authorial mesoscopic model.


More information on the New Europe 100