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Waldemar Henryk Scharf

Waldemar Henryk Scharf, Polish electronics engineering educator. Recipient 6 awards Polish Ministry of National Education and Polish Nuclear Agency. Member Polish Society Medical Physics, Polish Authors Society.

Background

  • Scharf, Waldemar Henryk was born on September 14, 1930 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Waldemar and Aleksandra (Dysterbach).

  • Education

    • Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, University of Technology, Warsaw, 1953. Doctor of Philosophy in Nuclear Electronics, University of Technology, Warsaw, 1977.

    Career

    • Laboratory head Nuclear Research Institute, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1956-1961. Chief designer Nuclear Engineering Office, Warsaw, 1961-1969. Assistant professor electronic engineering University of Technology, since 1969.

      Visiting professor Kō Enerugī Kasokuki Kenkyū Kikō, Japan.

    Works

    • Chief editor Polish Society Medical Physics, since 1970. Author 15 books including Particle Accelerators and Their Uses, 1986, Particle Accelerators - Applications in Technology and Research, 1989, Biomedical Particle Accelerators, 1994, Japanese edition, 1998, Proton Radiotherapy Accelerators, 2001. Contributor articles to professional journals.

      Patentee in field.

    Membership

    Member Polish Society Medical Physics, Polish Authors Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Bridge.

    Connections

    • Son of; married Hana Hladikova, June 7, 1956. Children: Iwona, Waldemar.
    • father: Waldemar Son
    • mother: Aleksandra (Dysterbach) Son
    • spouse: Hana Hladikova
    • children: Iwona Scharf
    • Waldemar Scharf
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    Born September 14, 1930
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    • 1953
      University of Technology
    • 1977
      University of Technology
    • 1956 - 1961
      Laboratory head, Nuclear Research Institute
      Prague, Hlavni mesto Praha, Czech Republic
    • 1961 - 1969
      chief designer, Nuclear Engineering Office
      Warsaw, North Carolina, United States
    • 1969
      assistant, professor electronic engineering University of Technology

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