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educator , Aeronautical engineer

Jerzy Chomiak, Polish aeronautical engineer, educator. Vice president city council, Warsaw, 1973-1977. Member Polish Academy of Sciences.

Background

Chomiak, Jerzy was born on March 25, 1934 in Buczacz, Poland. Son of Theodore and Maria (Musiol) Chomiak.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Warsaw University Technology, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw University Technology, 1963. Doctor of Science, Warsaw University Technology, 1984.

Career

From researcher to docent Institute Aeronautics, Poland, 1958-1991. Professor internal combustion engines Chalmers University Technology, Goteborg, Sweden, since 1991. Distinguished foreign scientist Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1975-1976, visiting professor, 1982-1983.

Senior visiting scientist Norwegian Institute Technology, Trondheim, 1980-1981. Head engine controls department Institute Aeronautics, 1967-1976, head piston engine department, 1976-1984, head aero-engine department, 1984-1990. Visiting professor Carnegie Mellon University, 1983-1984, University Maryland, 1987-1988.

Membership

Vice president city council, Warsaw, 1973-1977. Member Polish Academy of Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, fishing.

Connections

Married Danuta Stawicka, September 9, 1961. Children: Wojtek, Tomek.

father:
Theodore Chomiak

mother:
Maria (Musiol) Chomiak

spouse:
Danuta Stawicka

children:
Wojtek Chomiak

Tomek Chomiak