Featured Speakers

Invited Keynote Speakers

Featured Speakers


Tamás Bereczkei


Tamás BereczkeiPsychologist, University of Pécs, Hungary

Research interests: Machiavellian intelligence, evolution of altruism, mate choice, life history strategies among Gipsies.

h-index = 26, over 2358 citations [Web of Science]

Selected books (in Hungarian):
  • The Nature of Virtue. Altruism, cooperation, generosity
  • Evolutionary psychology
  • Concealed motifs in mate choice



Robin Dunbar


Robin DunbarAnthropologist and Evolutionary Psychologist. He works at the University of Oxford, Great Britain.

Research interests: social evolution in human and non-primates, also ungulates. Author of the Dunbar’s Number hypothesis assuming the existence of cognitive constraints on the number of close and stable relationships between humans.

h-index = 55, 10000 citations [Web of Science]

His books available in Polish include:
  • Human Evolution
  • How Many Friends Does One Person Need? Dunbar's Number and Other Evolutionary Quirks
  • The Trouble with Science
  • The Human Story: A New History of Mankind’s Evolution
  • Grooming, Gossip and the Evolution of Language



Tomasz Grzybowski


Tomasz GrzybowskiGeneticist. He works at the Nicolaus Copernicus University (Collegium Medicum, Bydgoszcz), Poland.

Research interests: population genetics, molecular phylogeography and phylogenetics, applied to the reconstruction of the prehistory of human populations. Over the last decade, he has performed many studies on the populations of Western and Eastern Eurasia, employing a variety of genetic markers.

h-index = 16, 1000 citations [Web of Science]

Prof. Grzybowski has pioneered the forensic applications of complete mitogenome analyses in Poland. His population research into haploid markers has contributed to the deeper insight into the origin and initial expansion of Slavs in Europe.