Maria WiesLAwa Ozga-Zielinska
Maria WiesLAwa Ozga-Zielinska, Polish engineering educator.
Ozga-Zielinska, Maria WiesLAwa was born on August 26, 1930 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Michal and Wladyslawa (Szwejcer) Ozga.
Master of Science, Warsaw University of Technology, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw University of Technology, 1963. Doctor of Science, Warsaw University of Technology, 1977.
Junior assistant Warsaw University of Technology, 1952-1956, assistant, 1956-1963, assistant professor, 1963-1970, associate professor, 1970-1979, professor engineering, since 1979. Research worker State Meteorological and Hydrol. Institute, Warsaw, 1957-1961.
Member water resources management committee Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, since 1972, president, since 1987. Member Polish National Committee of IHP, United Nations Educational, Warsaw, since 1974. President hydrol. division Science Council of Meteorological and Water Management Institute, Warsaw, 1976-1991.
Member Commission for Hydrology, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, Switzerland, since 1985.
Author: Methods of Description and Analysis of Hydrological Systems, 1976, Applied Hydrology, 1994. Contributor articles to professional journals.