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Jerzy Juliusz Kijowski

Jerzy Juliusz Kijowski, Polish physicist, researcher. Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation Research grantee, 1976-1977. Director Choir Flaminae, Warsaw, 1978-1992. Member Polish Mathematics Society (Main award for young mathematician 1969, Main award for applied mathematician 1972), Polish Physical Society.

Background

  • Kijowski, Jerzy Juliusz was born on May 4, 1943 in Lublin, Poland. Son of Józef and Jolanta Maria (Budzynska) Kijowski.

  • Education

    • M. Physics, University Warsaw, Poland, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics, University Warsaw, Poland, 1969. Habilitation in Mathematics Physics, University Warsaw, Poland, 1973.

    Career

    • Assistant, adjunct University Warsaw, 1965-1973, associate professor, 1965-1982. Professor Center for Theoretical Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, since 1982, director, 1985—1988, 1990—1992.

    Works

    • Author: Elasticita finita e relativistica, 1992. Co-author: Symplectic Framework for Field Theories, 1979 (award of Polish Academy of Sciences 1982). Editorial board Journal Geometry and Physics, since 1982, Reports on Mathematical Physics, since 1985, Acta Physica Polonica, since 1991.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Unia Wolnosci Party

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Director Choir Flaminae, Warsaw, 1978-1992. Member Polish Mathematics Society (Main award for young mathematician 1969, Main award for applied mathematician 1972), Polish Physical Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Playing piano, guitar, clarinette.

    Connections

    • Married Krystyna Stupkiewicz, June 20, 1965. Children: Pawel, Mateusz, Marta.
    • father: Józef Kijowski
    • mother: Jolanta Maria (Budzynska) Kijowski
    • spouse: Krystyna Stupkiewicz
    • children: Pawel Kijowski
    • Mateusz Kijowski
    • Marta Kijowski
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    Born May 4, 1943
    (age 74)
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    • 1965
      University Warsaw
    • 1969
      University Warsaw
    • 1973
      University Warsaw
    • 1965 - 1973
      Assistant
    • 1982
      professor, Center for Theoretical Physics
      Warsaw, North Carolina, United States

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