From December 2013 International Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association
Award: History of the project – „Salomon”: 1995 – Krzysztof Kielan defended his Ph.D. thesis, entitled “Attempts to improvement of the diagnosis-therapy process of depressive syndromes by application of the computer advisory systems, based on different clinical classifications”. 1996 – first dialogues about computer expert systems in diagnostics of depressive syndromes during Congress of the World Psychiatric Association in Madrid. 1997 – the second price awarded to Krzysztof Kielan for his scientific study in the competition of American Polish Psychiatrists and Neurologists Association in San Diego. 1997 – presentation of the system “Salomon 2.3” during European Congress of the World Psychiatric Association in Geneva. 1998 – the third price awarded to the system “Salomon 2.3” during a poster session of XXXIX Congress of Polish Psychiatrists in Bydgoszcz. 1998 – 12 Polish Clinics of Psychiatry join the system “Salomon 2.3”; presentation of multimedial digital version of patient’s examination with application of the system in Wisła. 1998 – presentation of an English version of the system “Salomon 2.3” system and brain imaging techniques for development of diagnostic and treatment methods in depressive disorders during ECNP in Paris 1999 – first meetings of doctors and psychiatrists participating in the system in Poland. 2004 – I was the coordinator of the project named “Silesia”- Integration of expert advisory system and brain imaging techniques for development of diagnostic and treatment methods in depressive disorders. Marie Curie Host Fellowships for the Transfer of Knowledge (ToK) Development Host Scheme in the Sixth Framework Programme EU.