Wiktor Lech Gambin
Wiktor Lech Gambin, Polish theoretical and applied mechanics scientist. Postdoctoral fellow Japan Society for Promotion of Science, Tokyo, 1976; grantee for science research Aluminum Company American, Warsaw, 1992-1993.
Gambin, Wiktor Lech was born on April 12, 1944 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Feliks Marian and Wanda Bronislawa (Makarska) Gambin.
Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University of Technology, Warsaw, 1967. Master of Science in Mathematics University Warsaw, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1972.
Doctor of Science in Mechanics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1989.
Assistant University of Technology, Warsaw, 1967-1968. Designer computer system Computer Center Building Industry, 1971-1973. Lecturer Institute Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1973-1990, associate professor, 1990-1999.
Professor, head department applied mechanics Warsaw University of Technology, since 1999, professor technical science, since 2000. Consultant professor Ecole Polytechnic, Palaiseau, France, 1983, Stuttgart (Germany) University, 1990-1991, Aluminum Company American, Alcoa, 1991, University Paris-Nord, 1993-1996.
Co-author: Mechanics of Elastic and Plastic Bodies, 1990. Contributor articles to professional journals.
Married Barbara Jadwiga Wolman, April 23, 1970. Children: Anna, Tomasz.
Feliks Marian Gambin
Wanda Bronislawa (Makarska) Gambin
Barbara Jadwiga Wolman