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Waldemar Andrzej Jedral

Waldemar Andrzej Jedral, Polish engineering educator, researcher. Professor Warsaw University of Technology, 1998. Recipient Minister's award, Ministry Education and Science, 1990. Member of Polish Association Mechanical Engineers, Solidarity.


  • Jedral, Waldemar Andrzej was born on January 24, 1941 in Warsaw. Son of Waclaw Jedral and Zofia Lis.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Warsaw University of Technology, 1965. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw University of Technology, 1977. Doctor of Science in Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, 1989.


    • Design engineer Warsaw Pumps Factory, 1965—1977. Assistant lecturer Warsaw University of Technology, 1968—1977, lecturer, 1977—1990, assistant professor, 1990—1994, professor, since 1994. Vice dean faculty of power and aeronautical engineering Warsaw University of Technology, 1990—1996.

      Member technical committee Polish Standard Organization, since 1996. Member advisory board Pompy-Pompownie, Wroclaw, since 1998.

    Major achievements

    • Professor Warsaw University of Technology, 1998.


    • Author: Centrifugal Pumps, 1996, Rotodynamic Pumps, 2001. Co-author: Pump Systems, 1987, review edition, 1992. Contributor scientific papers, articles to professional journals.


    Denomination: Roman Catholic


    Member of Polish Association Mechanical Engineers, Solidarity.



    Music, politics, jogging, sports, reading.


    • Married Bozena Janina Zajac Jedral. Children: Aleksandra, Andrzej.
    • father: Waclaw Jedral
    • mother: Zofia Lis
    • spouse: Bozena Janina Zajac Jedral
    • children: Aleksandra Jedral
    • Andrzej Jedral
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    Born January 24, 1941
    • 1965
      Warsaw University of Technology
    • 1977
      Warsaw University of Technology
    • 1989
      Warsaw University of Technology
    • 1965 - 1977
      Design engineer, Warsaw Pumps Factory