Maciej Malawski holds a PhD in computer science and an MSc in computer science and in physics. In 2011-2012 he was a postdoc at the University of Notre Dame, USA. Currently Director of Sano – Centre for Computational Medicine, Research Team Leader – Extreme-scale Data and Computing, associate professor at the Institute of Computer Science AGH University of Krakow and a senior researcher at Academic Computer Centre Cyfronet AGH. He has over 20 years of experience in research in parallel and distributed computing, high performance computing (HPC), grid and cloud technologies, serverless and container-based infrastructures, and federated machine learning. Interested in innovative applications of these technologies to scientific computing. His research interests include scientific workflows with focus on usage of novel and emerging large-scale computing infrastructures, performance evaluation, resource management, scheduling and cost optimization, with special focus on the use of advanced computing in medicine. He is a co-author of over 100 scientific papers, and has served community as a member of technical program committees of premier conferences on scientific, parallel and distributed computing (SC, ICCS, CCGrid, UCC, IPDPS), and was a general co-chair of EuroPar 2020. Since 2002 he participated in several European (CrossGrid, CoreGRID, ViroLab, VPH-Share, Eur-Valve, CECM, NearData) and nationally funded (NCN Opus, MEiN) research projects.