Józef Ignaczak, Polish mathematician. Achievements include pure stress treatment of elastodynamics, and contributions to hyperbolic thermoelasticity. Recipient Golden Cross of Merit, Polish State Council, 1974, Polonia Restituta Cross, Polish State Council, 1983. Member American Mathematics Society, Planetary Society (Pasadena, California), Acoustical Society of America, The New York Academy of Science.
Assistant Polish Academy of Sciences, 1957-1964. Research associate Brown University, Providence, 1961-1962. Assistant professor mechanics Polish Academy of Sciences, 1964-1972, associate professor, 1972-1983, professor, since 1983.
Visiting research fellow Flinders University, Australia, 1990. Senior lecturer Monash University, Australia, 1965-1969. Reader Ibadan (Nigeria) University, 1974-1975.
Professor Naples (Italy) University, 1985, 86, visiting research professor Rochester Institute of Technology, 1992, 93, 94-95. Lecturer in field; invited general lecturer, 3d International Congress on Thermal Stresses, Crocow University of Technology, 1999, 15th Brazilian Congress of Mechanical Engineering, São Paulo, 1999.
1957 - 1964
1961 - 1962
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