Professor Dariusz Jemielniak specializes in the strategy of organizations in the technology (Internet) industry and the study of open collaboration community. He holds a master’s degree (2000), Ph.D. (2004), habilitation (2009), and professorship in management, along with another habilitation in sociology (2019). In 2020, he became the youngest correspondent member of the Polish Academy of Sciences in humanities and social sciences in the history of the institution. Since 2015, Jemielniak has been working as a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Major research internships (semester or longer): Cornell University (2004–2005), Harvard University (2007, 2011–2012, 2015–2016), the University of California, Berkeley (2008), the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2015–2016, 2019–2020), the Complutense University of Madrid (2019). Most significant works: The New Knowledge Workers (Edward Elgar, 2012), Common Knowledge? An Ethnography of Wikipedia (Stanford University Press, 2014), Thick Big Data: Doing Digital Social Sciences (Oxford University Press, 2020), Collaborative Society (MIT Press, 2020, together with A. Przegalińska; book recognized by the Polityka weekly as one of the twenty most important books of the year that help to understand the world). Most significant awards: the Prime Minister Award (2020), Award of the President of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2016), Dorothy Lee Award (2015), Award of the Minister of Science (2010), Polityka Magazine Award for Young Scientists (2009). Grants: Maestro no. 2020/38/A/HS6/00066 on detecting disinformation bots (2021); Gospostrateg no. Gospostrateg-II/0007/2020-00 on building trust toward vaccines (2021); Opus no. 2019/35/B/HS6/01056 on denying climate change on the Internet (2020); Bekker no. PPN/BEK/2018/1/00009 on the analysis of digital network and ethnography (2019); Uwertura no. 2018/28/U/HS4/00146 on alternative methods of creating knowledge (2018); Opus no. UMO-2015/19/B/HS4/03223 on the professional culture of lawyers (2015); Sonata Bis no. UMO-2012/05/E/HS4/01498 on cultural norms in the open cooperation communities (2013); Mobilność no. 622/MOB/2011/0 on organizational practices in open cooperation (2011).
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JEMIELNIAK D. (1998), " Wybrane aspekty kulturowe zagadnienia tożsamosci", w: Wojciech Gasparski, Danuta Miller, Anna Lewicka-Strzałecka (red.), Analiza wybranych uwarunkowań procesu integracji Polski z Unią Europejską, Fundacja "Wiedza i Działanie", s. , afiliacja: Inna