Zofia's PhD in Computational Social Sciences was supervised by professor Jarosław Górniak (UJ) and professor Katarzyna Kopczewska (UW). Zofia’s PhD was mostly written at the Lancaster University, thanks to receiving SYLFF Awards two years in a row. At the Lancaster University Zofia was supervised by prof. Monika Buscher.
Regionalist scientist and computational social scientist. Her PhD research identified and explained the Consumption Space Paradox (dead malls adjacent to over-retailed areas), which implies spatial inequalities, social and racial spatial exclusion. By applying mobilities paradigm in her spatial econometric model, her research takes forward academic debates regarding regional inequalities.
Zofia holds a MA degree in Political Science, BA in Interfaculty Studies in Humanities and MA in Sociology with a specialisation in Social Research and Data Analysis, at the Jagiellonian University. Zofia graduated from GEOSTAT Summer School (2016) and Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis (2014). She is a Teaching Assistant for Quantitative Methods in Social Research and Statistical Data Analysis.
Member of the European Regional Science Association (ERSA).