M. Latek, S. Mussavi Rizi and A. Geller (2013): Verification through Calibration: An Approach and a Case Study of a Model of Conflict in Syria. In Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference, Washington D.C. (pdf);

M. Latek, S. Mussavi Rizi and A. Geller (2012): Participatory Elicitation of Development Needs in Conflict Environments. In Proceedings of the 2012 Winter Simulation Conference, Berlin, Germany;

S. Mussavi Rizi, M. Latek and A. Geller (2012): Fusing Remote Sensing with Sparse Demographic Data for Synthetic Population Generation: An Algorithm and Application to Rural Afghanistan. International Journal of Geographical Information Science (article, pdf);

M. Latek, S. Mussavi Rizi, A. Crooks and M. Fraser (2012): Social Simulations for Border Security. In Proceedings of Workshop on Innovation in Border Control 2012, co-located with the European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (EISIC 2012), Odense, Denmark (pdf);

B. Kaminski and M. Latek (2012): On Pricing Strategies of Boundedly Rational Telecommunication Operators. In Transactions on Computational Collective Intelligence VI, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2012, Volume 7190/2012, 170-180 (article);

M. Latek and S. Mussavi Rizi (2011): Robust Decision Making under Strategic Uncertainty in Multiagent Environments. In Proceedings of Workshop on Applied Adversarial Reasoning and Risk Modeling (AARM) At AAAI 2011 (article, pdf);

J. Galán, M. Latek, S. Mussavi Rizi (2011): Axelrod's Metanorm Games on Networks. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20474. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0020474 (article);

M. Latek, S. Mussavi Rizi and T. Alsheddi (2011): Optimal Blends of History and Intelligence for Robust Antiterrorism Policy. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: Vol. 8: Iss. 1(15) (article, pdf);

A. Geller, S. Mussavi Rizi and M. Latek (2011): How Corruption Blunts Counternarcotic Policies in Afghanistan: A Multiagent Investigation. In Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling and Prediction, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6589 (121-128) (article);

B. Kaminski and M. Latek (2010): Tradeoff between Equity and Efficiency in Revenue Sharing Contracts. Central European Journal of Economic Modelling and Econometrics: Vol. 2, Iss. 1, p.1-16 (article);

M. Latek and S. Mussavi Rizi (2010): Plan, Replan and Plan to Replan: Algorithms for Robust Courses of Action Under Strategic Uncertainty. In Proceedings of 19th Behavior Representation in Modeling & Simulation (BRIMS) Conference (pdf);

M. Latek, S. Mussavi Rizi and A. Geller (2010): Persistence in the Political Economy of Conflict: The Case of the Afghan Drug Industry. In Proceedings of the 2010 AAAI Complex Adaptive Systems Fall Symposium (article);

B. Kaminski and M. Latek (2010): The Influence of Call Graph Topology on the Dynamics of Telecommunication Markets. In Agent and Multi-Agent Systems: Technologies and Applications: AMSTA-10, Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence;

M. Latek and B. Kaminski (2009): Social Learning and Pricing Obfuscation. Accepted for Artificial Economics'2009 conference and appeared in Lecture Notes on Economics and Mathematical Systems (article);

M. Latek, R. Axtell and B. Kaminski (2009): Bounded Rationality via Recursion. In Proceedings of the 8th International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (article).

A. Pietrasik, D. Kosior, M. Niewada, G. Opolski, M. Latek and B. Kaminski (2007): The Cost Comparison of Rhythm and Rate Control Strategies in Persistent Atrial Fibrillation. Int Journal of Cardiology 118(1), 21-27;

Working papers

Sweet Mutuality: a toy model of an industry allowing managers to better grasp trade-offs between profits, well-being of stakeholders and environmental impact on a competitive market (pdf);

Measuring Indirect Medical Costs: an attempt, together with B.Kaminski and M. Jakubczyk, to rewrite the rules for dealing with economic impact of diseases;

Simulating Financial Markets using MASON Framework: a class project for R. Axtell's "Agent-based computational economics", reimplementing a few chosen models of financial models in an unified framework;