Aleksander Grytczuk, Polish mathematician, researcher. Decorated Order of National Commission of Education; recipient Minister of Education Science prize, 1988 Gold Cross of Achievement, 1981. Member Polish Mathematics Society (president section 1979-1987), New York Academy of Sciences.
Grytczuk, Aleksander was born on September 25, 1939 in Grabowka, Lublin, Poland. Son of Andrzej and Anna (Pawluczuk) Grytczuk.
Master of Arts, Opole University, Poland, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Poznan University, 1971. Doctor of Science, Institute of Mathematics, 1999.
Head department mathematics Pedagogical University, Zielona Gora, Poland, 1971-1984, vice rector Poland, 1975-1978, vice director Institute of Mathematics Poland, 1984-1987, head department algebra and number theory Poland, 1990-1995, director Institute of Mathematics Poland, since 2000.
Member Polish Mathematics Society (president section 1979-1987), New York Academy of Sciences.
Married Krystyna Maria Kaleta, August 26, 1962. Children: Jaroslaw, Grazyna.
Anna (Pawluczuk) Grytczuk
Krystyna Maria Kaleta