Cecylia Malinowska Adamska
Cecylia Malinowska Adamska, Polish physicist. Recipient Gold Cross of Merit, President of Poland, 1982, Knight Cross Polonia Restituta Order, 1991, Medal of National Education Commission, 1997. Member of Polish Physical Society, Lodz Science Society.
Adamska, Cecylia Malinowska was born on December 9, 1937 in Aleksandrow, Lodz, Poland. Daughter of Jan Malinowski and Anna Malinowska.
Master of Science, University Lodz, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, University Lodz, 1967. Doctor of Science in Physics, University Lodz, 1986.
Assistant Technology University Lodz, Poland, 1961—1967, adjunct, 1967—1987, associate professor, 1987—1991, professor physics, since 1991, deputy dean faculty of technical physics and applied mathematics, 1987—1990, director Institute Physics, 1992—2001. Visiting professor State University of New York, Binghamton, 1978. Visiting scientist Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland, 1980.
Editor: Science Bulletin Lodz Technology University, since 1992 (Prize of Rector, 2001). Co-author: Physics for Students of Technical University, 1974 (Minister of Education award, 1974, 1982, 1987. ), 1982.
Author: Introduction to the Phenomenal and Statistical Thermodynamics, 1993 (Prize of Rector, 1994). Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member of Polish Physical Society, Lodz Science Society.
Music, theater, history of physics.