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Bogdan Thaddeus Fijalkowski

Bogdan Thaddeus Fijalkowski, Polish electrical engineer, educator. Recipient Outstanding Scientific Achievements award Polish Ministry National Education, 1967, 89.


  • Fijalkowski, Bogdan Thaddeus was born on August 21, 1932 in Welcz, Poland. Son of Thaddeus and Leokadia (Sliwinska) Fijalkowski.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Szczecin Polytechnic, Poland, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, Mining and Metallurgical Academy, Krakow, Poland, 1965. Doctor of Science, Poznan University, Poland, 1988.


    • Teaching assistant Szczecin Polytechnic, 1958-1961. Senior teaching assistant Mining and Metallurgical Academy, Krakow, 1961-1965, assistant professor, 1965—1972. From assistant professor to professor Krakow Polytechnic, 1972—2002, professor emeritus, since 2002.


    • Author: Mathematical Models of Selected Aviation and Automotive Mechano-Electro-Thermal Discrete Dynamical Hypersystems, 1987. Co-author: Road Vehicle Automation, 1993, Intelligent Automotive Systems, 1994. Contributor articles to professional journals.

      Patentee in field. Inventor: automotive gas turbine that is based on the FTB/Fijalkowski turbine boosting system and the Fijalkowski engine.


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Member Polish Academy of Sciences (committee electrotechnics, power electronics and electric drive section, committee mechanics mechatronics section, commission automotive science problems), Polish Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Polish IMechE, Polish Society for Theoretical and Applied Electrotechnics, International Society for Terrain-Vehicle Systems, World Electric Vehicle Association.





    • Married Czeslawa Majewska (Slania), December 20, 1962. 1 child, Magdalena; Married Jozefa Janina Korbel, October 28, 2006.
    • father: Thaddeus Fijalkowski
    • mother: Leokadia (Sliwinska) Fijalkowski
    • spouses: Czeslawa Majewska
    • Jozefa Janina Korbel
    • child: Magdalena Fijalkowski
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    Born August 21, 1932
    • 1959
      Szczecin Polytechnic
    • 1965
      Mining and Metallurgical Academy
    • 1988
      Poznan University
    • 1958 - 1961
      Teaching assistant, Szczecin Polytechnic
    • 1961 - 1965
      senior, teaching assistant Mining and Metallurgical Academy
      Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland