Polish Studies Newsletter


Date of the event: 24.06.2023 - 25.06.2023
Added on: 07.05.2023

Artificial Intelligence in Sciences and Arts. Chances and dangers

Type of the event:
City or town:
Target groups:
PhD Students, Independent academics, Educators, Doctors

We invite experienced researchers and PhD students to apply to participate in PUNO’s V International Interdisciplinary Academic Conference. This event aims to unite young researchers worldwide to explore and discuss AI’s educational opportunities and challenges. Participants can present a paper or a poster showcasing their research and findings related to the conference theme. We encourage you to submit your abstract for consideration.

We look forward to receiving applications until 18.05.2023 from a variety of academic disciplines, including but not limited to the areas listed below:

  • The impact of emerging technologies on education.
  • AI-driven creativity: Exploring the potential of AI in artistic expression and innovation
  • AI-mediated communication and collaboration tools.
  • Collaborative learning and social interactions in AI-enabled environments
  • AI in music composition and performance: Blurring the line between human and machine-made
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of AI-based tools and interventions
  • Governing AI in science and art
  • Data privacy, security, and ethical considerations in AI-driven education.
  • Ethical use of AI-generated insights and predictions.
  • and other topics related to science and art

Registration form: https://forms.office.com/e/sj9tjWX8a9

Academic Committee:

• Prof. Elżbieta Perzycka - Borowska (University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland
and Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
• Prof. Grażyna Czubińska (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
• Prof. Karina Banaszkiewicz, (University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland)
• Prof. Eunika Baron- Polańczyk, (University of Zielona Góra, Zielona Góra,
• Dr Wanyenda Chilimo (Technical University of Mombasa, Kenya)
• Dr Aleksander Cywiński (University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland and Polish
University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
• Prof. Rosita Deluigi (University of Macerata, Macerata, Italy)
• Dr Krzysztof Łuszczek (University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland)
• Prof. Helena Elias (University of Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts, Lisbon, Portugal)
• Dr Lidia Marek (University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland)
• Prof. Sławomir Nasuto (Reading University, Reading, United Kingdom)
• Dr Priscilla Nyawira Gitonga (Kenyatta University, Kenyatta, Kenya)
• Dr Justyna Gorzkowicz (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
• Prof. Jarek Janio (Santa Ana College, Santa Ana, United States of America)
• Dr Agnieszka Barbara Jarvoll (Nord University, Nesna, Norway)
• Prof. Barbara Kromolicka (University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland)
• Prof. Aleksandra Łukaszewicz Academy of Arts, Szczecin, Poland)
• Prof. Ramon Felix Palau Martin (University of Rovira I Virgili, Tarragona, Spain)
• Prof. John Mugubi (Kenyatta University, Kenyatta, Kenya)
• Prof. Stephen Muoki (Pwani University, Kilifi, Kenia)
• Dr Ornat Turin (Gordon College of Education, Haifa, Israel)
• Prof. Sidey Myoo (Jagiellonia University, Kraków, Poland)
• Prof. Jakub Petri (Jagiellonia University, Kraków, Poland)
• Prof. Wojciech Walat (University of Rzeszow, Rzeszów, Poland)
• Prof. Jan Zalasiewicz (Leicester University, Leicester, United Kingdom)
• Prof. Anna Zembala (Catholic University of Applied Sciences of North Rhine,Köln, Germany)

Organising Committee


  • Prof. Elżbieta Perzycka  (University of Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland; Polish University Abroad, Londyn, United Kingdom)

Deputy Chairs

  • Małgorzata Witkowska, M.A., MBA(Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
  • Dorota Hrycak-Krzyżanowska, M.A. (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)

Administration office

e-mail: june.conference@puno.ac.uk

Media Group

  • Agnieszka Gapińska, M.A. (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
  • Jarosław Solecki, M.A. (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
  • Małgorzata Witkowska, M.A., MBA(Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)

Text edition/Contact with media

  • Dorota Hrycak-Krzyżanowska, M.A. (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
  • Katarzyna Karita, M.A. (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)
  • Michał Parchimowicz , M.A. (Polish University Abroad, London, United Kingdom)


In the framework of project: UE Funding, No: 101086391; Grant programme: HORIZON-TMA-MSCA-SE
Grant title: Communities and Artistic Participation in Hybrid Environment - CAPHE

UKRI Funding, No: EP/X038572/1; Grant offer: Research Grant, Other JeS Guarantee Calls



Application deadline for participants:
Added on:
7 May 2023; 13:08 (Justyna Gorzkowicz)
Edited on:
8 May 2023; 21:25 (Justyna Gorzkowicz)

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