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Slawomir Wycech

Slawomir Wycech, Polish physicist, educator. Achievements include research in antiprotonic and kaonic atoms; prediction of existence of long lived nuclear states of K mesons; research in predictions of superheavy Z=114 nucleus. Recipient Golden Cross, Polonia Restituta, Polish President, 2005, medal, Helsinki University, 2004.

Background

  • Wycech, Slawomir was born on July 20, 1939 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Czeslaw and Anna Wycech.

  • Education

    • Graduate in physics, University Warsaw, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, University Warsaw.

    Career

    • Assistant University Warsaw, 1961—1968. University lecturer University Oxford, England, 1969—1970. Research associate European Organization Nuclear Research, Geneva, 1974.

      Visiting professor University Seattle, 1980. Guest professor Nordic Institute Theoretical Physics, Copenhagen, Helsinki, 1980—1981. Professor Institute Nuclear Studies, Warsaw, since 1980.

      Science secretary Polish Atomic Agency Commission, Science Board, Warsaw, 1984—1988.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in antiprotonic and kaonic atoms. Prediction of existence of long lived nuclear states of K mesons. Research in predictions of superheavy Z=114 nucleus.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Connections

    • Married Agnieszka Ciszecka, July 20, 1972. Children: Mateusz, Julia.
    • father: Czeslaw Wycech
    • mother: Anna Wycech
    • spouse: Agnieszka Ciszecka
    • children: Mateusz Wycech
    • Julia Wycech
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    Born July 20, 1939
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    • 1961
      University Warsaw
    • 1961 - 1968
      Assistant, University Warsaw
    • 1969 - 1970
      University lecturer, University Oxford
      England, Arkansas, United States
    • 1974
      research associate, European Organization Nuclear Research
      Geneva, Illinois, United States
    • 1980 - 1981
      guest professor, Nordic Institute Theoretical Physics
      Helsinki, Southern Finland, Finland
    • 1980
      professor, Institute Nuclear Studies
      Warsaw, North Carolina, United States
    • 1980
      visiting professor, University Seattle