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Jan Ogrodzki, PhD, DSc
Associate Professor
The Institute of Electronic Systems
Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology
Phone: +48 22 234 6081
Room no: 215
Consultations: Wednesday - 15.00 - 16.00, Friday - 13.00 - 14.00

h-index (Scopus Citations)*: 3
h-index (WoS Citations)*: 1

M.Sc. (1977), Ph.D. (1982), D.Sc. (1996); Electronics, Computer-aided design; Professor; Electronic Circuits and Systems Division; Member nominated of the Faculty Council; Member of the Faculty Council Committee on the Ph.D. Studies (2002 - ); Member of the Faculty Council Committee on the Academic Staff Development (2005 - 2012); IEEE and IEEE CS Member; Member of the Signals, Systems and Electronic Circuits Section of the Committee of Electronics and Telecommunications of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2007 - ); Member of Jury of Polish Stage of European Union Competition for Young Scientists (2000 - ); Member of the International Water Association (2005 - ); Affiliation: Warsaw University of Technology, Dept. of Electronics and Information Technology. Professor since 2000. Head of the Group of Analogue Circuits. Expert in area of circuits design and simulation methods and algorithms.
Main science area, domain, discipline: electronics / (technology domain) / (technological sciences)

Science discipline: 2.2 automation, electronic and electrical engineering : 100.0 %
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* presented value of the Hirsch index is approximative calculation obtained in the Repository based on the scientist's publications (including autocitations) in the Repository and Internet information analysis. The value is close to the value obtained with the Publish or Perish system. In general it is higher than the value given by the Scopus or Web of Science sites. In the case of undervalued number, first of all take care of completeness of the Repository.
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