Łukasz Woźny is an associate Professor at Warsaw School of Economics (PhD in 2008, habilitation in 2017). His academic interests include: dynamic (stochastic) general equilibrium models, recursive equilibrium, time-consistency, optimal contracting, strategic decision in IO, stochastic and large games. He publishes in top-field journals including: Journal of Economic Theory, Economic Theory, Games and Economic Behavior, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, International Journal of Game Theory, Journal of Mathematical Economics. He was a visiting academic in Belgium (CORE, U Louvain-la-Neuve), USA (U of Phoenix), UK (U of Oxford). He was a Marie Curie Host Fellow and a Fulbright Scholar and obtained a Ministry of Science and Higher Education scholarship for Outstanding Young Scholars and a Prime Minister of Poland Scientific Award for his habilitation dissertation (2018). In 2017 he was a finalist of Polityka Magazine Science Awards (2017). Łukasz Woźny is a principal investigator in National Science Center grants. He teaches Game Theory, General Equilibrium, Advanced Micro. He co-organizes Warsaw Economic Seminars (WES), Hurwicz Workshop, and coordinates master program in Quantitative Economic Methods (QEM).