Jerzy Janusz Helsztynski, Polish computer scientist, educator. Achievements include invention of in field; design of co-author 15 electronic measurement apparatus designs. Member of Polish Academy of Sciences (science committee for measurement).
Helsztynski, Jerzy Janusz was born on November 3, 1927 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Stanislaw Helsztynski and Aleksandra Helsztynska.
Master of Science, Warwaw University of Technology, 1952. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw University of Technology, 1963. Doctor of Science, Warsaw University of Technology, 1987.
Assistant Warsaw University of Technology, 1951—1956, assistant professor, professor head Electronic and Opto-electronic Measurements group, 1972—1997, emeritus professor, since 1997.
Achievements include invention of in field. Design of co-author 15 electronic measurement apparatus designs.
Author: Modulation of Coherent Light, 1969 (Best Book award Polish Academy of Sciences, 1970), Optimization of Electro-optic Light Modulations, 1981. Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member of Polish Academy of Sciences (science committee for measurement).
Married Katarzyna Iwanow, October 10, 1965. Children: Magdalena Halsztynska, Anna Halsztynska.