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Ireneusz Jan Natkaniec

Ireneusz Jan Natkaniec was Polish physicist. Achievements include research in phase transitions and dynamical properties of condensed matter. Recipient Rentgen medal, European Academy Natural Sciences, Hanover. Member of Polish Neutron Scattering Society (associate), Neutron Scatering Society of America (associate), European Physical Society (associate).

Background

  • Natkaniec, Ireneusz Jan was born on December 19, 1939 in Sosnowiec, Poland. Son of Witold Natkaniec and Wladyslawa Kotyza-Natkaniec.

  • Education

    • Master in Physics, Jagiellonian University, 1962. Doctor in Mathematics and Physical Sciences, Jagiellonian University, 1969.

    Career

    • Researcher H. Niewodniczanski Institute Nuclear Physics, Krakow, since 1962. Leading scientist Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics, Dubna, Russia, since 1979, deputy director, 1987—1993.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in phase transitions and dynamical properties of condensed matter.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional jours.

    Membership

    Member of Polish Neutron Scattering Society (associate), Neutron Scatering Society of America (associate), European Physical Society (associate).

    Connections

    • Married Krystyna Holderna-Natkaniec, January 5, 1991. Children: Anna Winitsky, Ivona Holland, Monika Zawadzka. Married Zofia Szczepanska, April 9, 1966 (divorced September 15, 1987).
    • father: Witold Natkaniec
    • mother: Wladyslawa Kotyza-Natkaniec
    • spouses: Krystyna Holderna-Natkaniec
    • Zofia Szczepanska
    • children: Anna Winitsky Natkaniec
    • Ivona Holland Natkaniec
    • Monika Zawadzka Natkaniec
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    Born December 19, 1939
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    • 1962
      Jagiellonian University
    • 1969
      Jagiellonian University
    • 1962
      Researcher, H. Niewodniczanski Institute Nuclear Physics
      Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland
    • 1979
      leading scientist, Frank Laboratory of Neutron Physics
      Dubna, Moskva, Russian Federation

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