Diploma with honors, Warsaw Polytechnic Institute, Poland, 1937. Chemical Engineer, Polish University College, London, 1951.
Project development and field engineer, Chance Brothers Ltd., England, 1951-1954; head instructor chemical engineering Department, University Toronto, Canada, 1954-1955; research engineer, T.C. Wheaton Company, New Jersey, 1955-1956; research engineer, Bethlehem (Pennsylvania) Steel Corporation, 1956-1961; supervisor research department, Bethlehem (Pennsylvania) Steel Corporation, 1961-1982; retired, Bethlehem (Pennsylvania) Steel Corporation, 1982. Consultant American Flame Research committee, since 1982.
Active The Polish Institute Arts and Sciences, New York City, 1975, The Kosciuszko Foundation, New York City, 1977. Political prisoner Gulag Abis forced labor camp, Peczora, Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1940-1941. Major 2d Polish Army Corporation General Anders, 1942-1946.
Fellow Institute Energy London, Council Engineering Institutions London (chartered engineer). Member American Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum Engineers, AIChE, Combustion Institute, Polish Veterans World War II, Association Veterans of 2nd Polish Army Corporation.
Married Fiorina Maria Di Vito, February 23, 1952. Children: Robert Alexander, Marcella Wanda Rudzki Meddick.