The Theory of Complex Systems Department is a part of the Theory Departments Group of the Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics at the Jagiellonian University. It was formed in 2002 by disjoining from the Particle Theory Department.

In our research we tacle fundamental physics and interdisciplinary problems, both with analytical and numerical methods.

Main research areas

  • Quantum Gravity and Cosmology
  • Random Matrix Theory
  • String Theory and AdS/CFT correspondence
  • Mathematical methods of theoretical physics applied to interdisciplinary problems
For further details see here.



  • Mark Kac Complex Systems Research Centre
  • Sonata bis: Compact phase space field theories - from gravity to complex systems
  • Sonata: Random Matrices and Information Measures
  • Sonata: Impact of topology on phase structure of quantum gravity in Causal Dynamical Triangulations
  • Sonata: Application of the complex systems theory in multidimensional fluctuation analysis of human brain EEG signals


Open for JU students:

For physics students:
  • Quantum Mechanics III
  • Non-perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics
  • Classical Electrodynamics
For Applied Computer Science students:
  • Java
  • Monte Carlo Methods
  • Logic and Set Theory
  • Operating Systems

Job openings

Currently there are no job oppenings.

Nonetheless, we encourage any interested, prospective postdocs, PhD, master, bachelor and tutorial (SMP) students to contact any of the faculty members.

ul. prof. Stanisława Łojasiewicza 11
30-348 Kraków
+48 12 664 3772
Administrative email
Seminar room

Complex Systems Research Centre

Maestro: Random Matrices

Complexity Garage