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research scientist , civil engineer

Jerzy Pietrzykowski, Polish research scientist, civil engineer. Recipient Silver Cross, Polish Scouting Union, 1992, Warsaw Insurrection Cross, Polish Republic, 1995.


Pietrzykowski, Jerzy was born on June 5, 1920 in Lublin, Poland. Son of Witold and Anna (Sieklucka) Pietrzykowski.


Degree in civil engring, Polytechnic College, Warsaw, Poland, 1947. Doctor of Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1961.


Assistant lecturer Polytechnic College, Warsaw, 1948-1954. Builder Robot, 1947-1950. Consultant Polish Normalization Committee, 1950-1954.

Scientist Institute Polish Academy of Sciences, 1953-1990. Visiting professor University Southampton, 1963. Researcher Cambridge (England) University, 1962, Brookhaven (New York ) National laboratory, 1978.

United Nations Educational expert civil engineer University Damascus, Syria, 1964-1970, University Colombo, Ceylon, 1971-1973, University Kampala, Uganda, 1980-1986. Presenter seminars in field.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Central Heating, 1951, also handbooks for civil engineering departments of various universities. Contributor over 60 articles to professional journals.


Chairman Teachers Trade Union, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1955-1957. Leader social committee Institute Policy Academy of Sciences, 1957-1960, chairman pensioners, 1995. Corporal Polish Home Army, 1944.

Member Cambridge University Engineering Association (life), International Association for Bridge Construction Engineering, American Concrete Institute, Federal International Beton, New York Academy of Sciences.


  • Other Interests

    Music, travel, sports.


Married Emilia Grzybowska, June 16, 1951.

Witold Pietrzykowski

Anna (Sieklucka) Pietrzykowski

Emilia Grzybowska