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Anna Pajaczkowska

Anna Pajaczkowska, Polish materials scientist. Joffe Institute fellow, Leningrad, Russia, 1963, Max-Planck Institute of Science fellow, Stuttgart, 1975-1976, National Center for Scientific Research fellow, Grenoble, France, 1977; recipient Achievement award Polish Academy of Sciences, 1989, Polish-Bulgarian Academy of Sciences award, 1983. Member Polish Crystal Growth Society, Masterial Research Society, German Crystal Growth Society.

Background

  • Pajaczkowska, Anna was born on July 4, 1934 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Kazimierz and Aniela (Kwasniewska) Paprocki.

  • Education

    • Master of Science, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy, University Minning and Metallurgy, Cracow, Poland, 1974. Doctor of Habilitation, University Minning and Metallurgy, Cracow, Poland, 1982.

    Career

    • Assistant Central Laboratory Ceramic, Poznan, 1955-1958. From assistant to assistant professor Polish Academy of Sciences Institute Physics, Warsaw, 1958-1996. Professor Institute Electronic Materials Technology, since 1991.

      Head magnetic department Polish Academy of Sciences Institute Physics, Warsaw, 1980-1991. Crystallography committee Polish Academy of Sciences, since 1980.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member Polish Crystal Growth Society, Masterial Research Society, German Crystal Growth Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Sailing, skiing, arts.

    Connections

    • Married Marian Pajaczkowski, September 16, 1961.
    • father: Kazimierz Paprocki
    • mother: Aniela (Kwasniewska) Paprocki
    • spouse: Marian Pajaczkowski
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    • 1955
      Adam Mickiewicz University
    • 1974
      University Minning and Metallurgy
    • 1982
      University Minning and Metallurgy
    • 1955 - 1958
      Assistant, Central Laboratory Ceramic
      Poznan, Wielkopolskie, Poland
    • 1958 - 1996
      from assistant, to assistant professor Polish Academy Sciences Institute Physics
      Warsaw, North Carolina, United States
    • 1991
      professor, Institute Electronic Materials Technology