Professor Artur Gruszczak deals with the issues of the area of freedom, security and justice of the EU, intelligence cooperation in the European Union, evolution of modern warfare. He is an Associate Professor of Jagiellonian University where he is heading the National Security Department. He is also a lecturer at the European Online Academy based in Nice, delivering a course on “Justice and Home Affairs, migrants and refugees in times of crisis”. He held scholarships from NATO, the European Union (the Jean Monnet program) and the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He was a visiting professor at the University of Rochester and the University of Charleston (USA), Complutense University in Madrid, the Catholic University of São Paulo, the National University of Colombia in Bogota, and the University of Manipal. He shared his expertise with, among others, the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of the Internal Affairs and Administration, the European Parliament and think-tanks: Statewatch, Globsec, Oxford Analytica.
In the years 2004-2015 he was an expert at the Natolin European Center, where he coordinated the project Forum “Justice and Home Affairs of the EU” exploring the issues of internal security of the EU, management of external borders, migration and judicial cooperation. In 2009-2010 he chaired a team of experts on the protection of fundamental rights in the area of freedom, security and justice of the EU, who advised the Polish Ombudsman. For years, he has been cooperating with the Institute of Strategic Studies in Krakow. Recent publications include: Technology, Ethics and the Protocols of Modern War (Routledge, 2018, co-editor with P. Frankowski), Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Regional and Global Security (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, co-editor with P. Frankowski), Intelligence Security in the European Union. Building a Strategic Intelligence Community (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).