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Adam Borkowski

Adam Borkowski, Lithuanian civil engineering educator. Recipient Jasinski award Polish Academy of Sciences, 1981; Humboldt Foundation scholar, Germany, 1978-1979. Member International Association Computational Mechanics, Geselschaft for Ang. Mathematics and Mechanics, Polish Academy of Sciences (deputy chairman Division IV since 2004).

Background

  • Borkowski, Adam was born on December 20, 1942 in Kaunas, Lithuania. Arrived in Poland, 1973. Son of Edward and Wanda Borkowski.

  • Education

    • Diploma in Engineering, Technology University Kaunas, 1964.

    Career

    • Assistant professor Technology University Vilnius, Lithuania, 1965-1971. Associate professor Institute of Fundamental Technology Research, Warsaw, 1972-1987, professor, since 1987, head Adaptive Systems Laboratory, since 1986. Visiting professor University Stuttgart, Germany, 1989.

      Member Polish Committee of Mechanics, since 1993, Polish Committee of Automatics and Robotics, 1990-1993.

    Works

    • Author: Optimum Design of Elastic-Plastic Structures, 1974, Structural Analysis by Computer, 1984, Elastic and Elastic-Plastic Analysis of Skeletal Structures, 1985, Mathematical Programming, Volume 2, 1989. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member International Association Computational Mechanics, Geselschaft for Ang. Mathematics and Mechanics, Polish Academy of Sciences (deputy chairman Division IV since 2004).

    Connections

    • Married Zofia Kaczkowska, December 8, 1972. Children: Marta, Stanislaw.
    • father: Edward Borkowski
    • mother: Wanda Borkowski
    • spouse: Zofia Kaczkowska
    • children: Marta Borkowski
    • Stanislaw Borkowski
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    Born December 20, 1942
    (age 74)
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    • 1964
      Technology University Kaunas
    • 1965 - 1971
      Assistant, professor Technology University Vilnius
      Lithuania
    • 1972 - 1987
      associate, professor Institute of Fundamental Technology Research
      Warsaw, North Carolina, United States