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Andrzej Deptula

Andrzej Deptula, Polish chemist. Achievements include fabrication of solid and hollow spherical particles of ceramics and metals by sol-gel process preparation of advanced ceramic materials (i.e. superconductors, bioceramis) by Complex Sol Gel. Member Material Research Society, The Electrochemical Society.

Background

  • Deptula, Andrzej was born on May 27, 1935 in Poznan, Poland.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Poznan University, 1955. Postgraduate in industrial chemistry, Laboratory International Atomic Energy Agency, Rome, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Institute Nuclear Research, Warsaw, 1970.

    Career

    • Junior scientific officer Institute Nuclear Research, Warsaw, 1955-1968. Senior scientific officer INR (now Institute Nuclear Chemistry and Technology), since 1968. Head of sol-gel Laboratory, INCT, Warsaw, since 1970, deputy director department chemical technology, INCT, 1974-1978.

      Scientific consultant Italian Commission for Nuclear and Alternative Energy Sources.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include fabrication of solid and hollow spherical particles of ceramics and metals by sol-gel process preparation of advanced ceramic materials (i.e. superconductors, bioceramis) by Complex Sol Gel.

    Works

    • Co-author: (book) Sol-gel Processes and Their Applications, 1986. Patentee in field. Contributor articles to professional journals and publications.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member Material Research Society, The Electrochemical Society.

    Connections

    • Son of Jozef and Jadwiga (Krzykowska) D. Previous marriage: Jolanta Lewandowicz, May 10, 1958. 1 child, Marek; (divorced).

      Married Danuta Szymanska, January 8, 1972. 1 child, Bartosz.
    • father: Jozef Deptula
    • mother: Jadwiga (Krzykowska) Deptula
    • spouse: Danuta Szymanska
    • children: Marek Deptula
    • Bartosz Deptula
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    Born May 27, 1935
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    • 1955
      Poznan University
    • 1970
      Laboratory International Atomic Energy Agency
    • 1970
      Institute Nuclear Research
    • 1955 - 1968
      Junior scientific officer, Institute Nuclear Research
      Warsaw, North Carolina, United States
    • 1968
      senior, scientific officer INR (now Institute Nuclear Chemistry and Technology)