Engineer, programmer, community animator, and coordinator of projects concerning information society development.
Since 1998, he has worked on the application of information technologies in education, civil society development, and cultural heritage promotion. In 2001, he co-wrote the ePolska 2001 strategy. He is also the co-author of many regional development strategies in the area of information society development and e-learning. Since 2008, he has cooperated with numerous Polish government institutions (Ministry of National Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, etc.) as an adviser and project coordinator. He co-created Włącz Polskę, the first system repository of open educational resources for the Polish diaspora, and was the chief engineer behind the Otwarta Szkoła project, a virtual school for migrant pupils. From 2014 till 2017, he was the data manager for OECD’s PISA Study programme.
From 2016 till 2018, he worked as a cabinet adviser to the Minister of Digital Affairs Anna Streżyńska, dealing with such projects as widok.gov.pl (government system usability data analysis using big data systems) and [email protected] (semantic repository of cultural and scientific resources). In September 2017, he was appointed the Digital Champion for Poland by the European Commission.
Holder of a PhD degree in Liberal Arts and Life Sciences, historian, archivist, IT manager; between 2001 and 2016 a director supervising the implementation of the Digital Archives project and development of the digitizing archives process at the Institute of National Remembrance; director of the Central IT Center; director of the IT Office of the Institute of National Remembrance; expert in the Data Management Department at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Poland; co-founder and editor-in-chief of the przystanekhistoria.pl website dedicated to the most recent history of Poland.