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Dr Katarzyna Budzynska
Computing - Queen Mother Building
University of Dundee
Katarzyna Budzynska works in the area of formal models for communicative processes of argumentation, dialogue and persuasion. She has an MA in economics (1998) from the Warsaw School of Economics (Dept. of Mathematical Economics), a PhD in logic (2002) from the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw and a habilitation in philosophy (2013) from the Polish National Academy of Sciences. Since 2008, Budzynska has published over 30 peer-reviewed papers, amongst which 12 appeared in journals such as Synthese (ERA: A*) and Fundamenta Informaticae (ERA: B). She has won the equivalent of over 120,000 GBP grant funding from the Polish Ministry and the Swiss Sciex Programme. Budzynska is head of the research group ZeBRaS (Research Group of Formal Applied Rhetoric). In 2008, she co-founded, and has since then, coordinated the activities of a nationwide initiative ArgDiaP, which has as its main goal coordination of the activities of the Polish School of Argumentation. In Computing at the University of Dundee, Katarzyna Budzynska is joining the Argumentation Research Group working in the interdisciplinary area between computer science and philosophy. She will also champion a new TPG/CPD programme in Persuasion, Negotiation & Critical Thinking.
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