Dr Małgorzata Żabińska finished her M.Sc. studies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, AGH University of Science and Technology (former official English name: Academy of Mining and Metallurgy -AGH). From this time on, she worked at AGH as a junior assistant, an assistant and a senior assistant, at first at the Institute of Control Engineering of AGH, and then at the Institute of Computer Science (Department. of Computer Science, at present). She defended her Ph. D. dissertation in 1985. Currently she is an assistant professor (adiunkt) at the Department of Computer Science, the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications of AGH University of Science and Technology. From February 1988 to October 1992 she worked in Hamburg, Germany, at the Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY) performing there an internship.
She has been a supervisor of students’ internships at the Department of Computer Science of AGH from 1993, and from 1999/2000, a coordinator of the international exchange of students and teachers within LLP Erasmus (former Socrates program). Since 2014 she has been also a faculty coordinator of Erasmus Program (Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunication-WIEiT):
In 2007 she was granted a medal of the National Education Commission for special contribute to education.
She is an author and co-author of ca 40 publications in the domain of computer science, mostly related to multi-agent systems and their design, as well as applications of agents.
She was a president of the local branch of the Polish Information Processing Society from 2008-2011, and later (2011-2014) a vice president of the local branch of the Society.
Her hobbies comprise photographing, swimming and skiing.
Dr Małgorzata Żabińska belongs to the research-teaching staff at the Department of Computer Science, the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications of AGH University of Science and Technology. Her interests, as well as teaching activities are related to design of (computerized) information systems, including data bases, design of decentralized and agent systems, and applications of software agents. She has had lectures, laboratories and projects at regular daily studies as well as at extramural studies. She has also been a supervisor of many diploma works, for both: M.Sc. degree and Engineer professional title – of computer science students of the Faculty.