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Janusz Michal Oszczapowicz

chemistry professor

Janusz Michal Oszczapowicz was Polish chemistry professor. Achievements include patents for concerning synthesis of antibiotics; patents for determination of crystallinity of cephalosporins. Recipient Golden Cross merit, Council State, 1975, Cross Polonia Restituta, 1985. Member of Alpinist Club.

Background

Oszczapowicz, Janusz Michal was born on February 9, 1932 in Warsaw. Son of Stanislaw and Maria Oszczapowicz.

Education

Master of Science in chemistry, Warsaw University, 1955. Coronary heart Disease, Warsaw University, 1962. Doctor of Science, Warsaw University, 1973.

Career

Tutor, chemistry Warsaw University, 1954—1956, assistant, chemistry, 1956—1963, assistant professor, chemistry, 1963—1975, associate professor, chemistry, 1975—1988, professor, 1980, head, laboratory physical organic chemistry, 1981—2002, professor, chemistry, 1988—2002. Postdoctoral fellow Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1963—1965. Vice president Polish Chemical Society Warsaw, 1974—1978.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for concerning synthesis of antibiotics. Patents for determination of crystallinity of cephalosporins.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals. Author: (book) Catalytic Alkenylation of gamma-alkylpyridines.

Membership

Member of Alpinist Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Mountain climbing, photography, architecture.

Connections

Married Irena Malgorzata Busko, July 6, 1967.

father:
Stanislaw Oszczapowicz

mother:
Maria Oszczapowicz

spouse:
Irena Malgorzata Busko