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computer science educator

Wladyslaw Marek Turski, Polish computer science educator. Fellow British Computer Society (distinguished); member Polish Information Processing Society (honorary, president 1981-1987), Polish Mathematics Society, Polish Astronomical Society, Royal Academy Engineering (foreign member).

Background

Turski, Wladyslaw Marek was born on October 17, 1938 in Krakow, Poland. Son of Stanislaw and Olga (Ameisen) Turski.

Education

Master of Science, Lomonosov University, Moscow, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy, Warsaw (Poland) University, 1962. Doctor of Science, Staszic University, Krakow, 1966.

Career

Various research positions, head of laboratory Computation Center, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, 1961-1972. Director software research Polish Computer Manufacturers Trust (MERA), 1972-1977. Professor Institute of Informatics University Warsaw, since 1977.

Visiting professor Imperial College of Science and Technology, London, 1982-1987. Consultant United Nations Industrial Development Organization, United Nations Development Programme, various industrial organizations.

Membership

Fellow British Computer Society (distinguished). Member Polish Information Processing Society (honorary, president 1981-1987), Polish Mathematics Society, Polish Astronomical Society, Royal Academy Engineering (foreign member).

Connections

Married Hanna Chrzaszczewska, February 10, 1962. Children: Stanislaw, Marcin.

father:
Stanislaw Turski

mother:
Olga (Ameisen) Turski

spouse:
Hanna Chrzaszczewska

children:
Stanislaw Turski

Marcin Turski