PhD Researcher of Understanding Interdependencies
Justyna is a doctoral researcher at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and is concurrently a researcher at the Future Resilient Systems in the 'Understanding Interdependencies' Module, working on Organisational Interdependencies. She holds a Master's degree in Spatial Economy from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland. Justyna was formerly a specialist for urban and regional studies at the Statistical Offices in Poznan and Warsaw, Poland. She also took the role of a specialist for organisational affairs in a public administration office. Furthermore, she was a research assistant at Anton Melik Geographical Institute, Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia.
Justyna’s main research areas are: organisational interdependencies, disaster resilience, social capital and social networks, sustainability, metropolitan development, urban planning, international cooperation and mobility.
Her current research focuses on investigating the impacts of organisational interdependencies on system reliability and resilience. The research goal is to measure and map out the structure of organisational interdependencies in terms of interactions between organisational subsystems. A model of organisational social network will be constructed to map the interdependencies and locate fault-prone and fault-tolerant interactions in organisations.
Tasic, J. & Amir, S. (2016), Informational Capital and Disaster Resilience: The Case of Jalin Merapi, Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, 25(3), pp. 395‑411.
- Nanyang Technological University research scholarship, 2015
- Rector’s scholarship for remarkable student’s achievements, 2008-2012
- Central European Exchange Programme scholarship, 2012
- LLP Erasmus Student Mobility for Placement scholarship, 2012
Master in Spatial Economy, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland
Nanyang Technological University (NTU)