assistant professor at the Institute of Media Education and Journalism, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw. He studied media, theology, programming and classical guitar, and his Ph.D. thesis was devoted to the influence of Internet communication on Catholicism. For over 20 years he has been managing large-scale internet projects for Polish and international media (inc. Puls Biznesu / Bonnier Business), and currently he is managing the development of infrastructure and cybersecurity for large internet and television research in Europe at the research company Gemius. He has advised many organizations in building digital strategies – government organizations, universities, associations, art organizations and startups. In 2001, as one of the first in Poland, he introduced programming for students of social communication. He is an expert of the Polish Ministry of Education and Science in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT). He promotes the use of computer science and cybernetics in social sciences, is a co-founder of the Digital Communication Research Laboratory (UKSW) and the Center for the Application of Computational Modeling in the Analysis of Social Processes of the (UKSW). Research interests: internet communication, media information technologies, innovative internet research methods, large-scale computer-assisted social research, information security, open source and Linux platforms.