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physicist , researcher

Jerzy Antoni Pietrzak, Polish physicist, researcher. Recipient Golden Cross of Merit President State Warsaw, 1974, Medal of National Education Commission, 1978, Cross of Knight of Order of Renaissance Poland, 1981. Member Polish Physical Society (chairman Poznan branch 1973-1978), European Physical Society, International Electrical Paramagnetic Resonance, Society (Polish section), New York Academy of Sciences.

Background

Pietrzak, Jerzy Antoni was born on April 1, 1928 in Barcin, Pomeran, Poland. Son of Antoni and Teodozja (Kierzkowska) P.

Education

Master of Science in Physics, University Poznan, 1952; Doctor of Philosophy of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University, 1962.

Career

Assistant professor, associate professor Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 1967-1991, professor, since 1991; Postdoctoral fellow St. Petersburg (Russia) University, 1963-1964, Institute Organoelements Compounds Academy of Sciences Moscow, 1968. Inventor in field of magnetic resonance; contributor research articles to scientific professional journals.

Membership

  • Polish Physical Society (chairman Poznan branch 1973-78)

    1973 - 1978

  • European Physical Society

  • International Electrical Paramagnetic Resonance

  • Society (Polish section)

  • New York Academy Scis.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, travel

Connections

Spouse Stefania Ratajczak, June 25, 1954 (deceased August 1996).

father:
Antoni

mother:
Teodozja