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Slawomir Wycech

educator , physicist

Slawomir Wycech, Polish physicist, educator. Achievements include research in antiprotonic and kaonic atoms; prediction of existence of long lived nuclear states of K mesons; research in predictions of superheavy Z=114 nucleus. Recipient Golden Cross, Polonia Restituta, Polish President, 2005, medal, Helsinki University, 2004.

Background

Wycech, Slawomir was born on July 20, 1939 in Warsaw, Poland. Son of Czeslaw and Anna Wycech.

Education

Graduate in physics, University Warsaw, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, University Warsaw.

Career

Assistant University Warsaw, 1961—1968. University lecturer University Oxford, England, 1969—1970. Research associate European Organization Nuclear Research, Geneva, 1974.

Visiting professor University Seattle, 1980. Guest professor Nordic Institute Theoretical Physics, Copenhagen, Helsinki, 1980—1981. Professor Institute Nuclear Studies, Warsaw, since 1980.

Science secretary Polish Atomic Agency Commission, Science Board, Warsaw, 1984—1988.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in antiprotonic and kaonic atoms. Prediction of existence of long lived nuclear states of K mesons. Research in predictions of superheavy Z=114 nucleus.

Connections

Married Agnieszka Ciszecka, July 20, 1972. Children: Mateusz, Julia.

father:
Czeslaw Wycech

mother:
Anna Wycech

spouse:
Agnieszka Ciszecka

children:
Mateusz Wycech

Julia Wycech