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Jerzy Krupka, Ph.D., D.Sc.
Tenured Professor
The Institute of Microelectronics and Optoelectronics
Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology
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Room no: 364 GE
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Bio note Jerzy Krupka was born in Cracow, Poland on April 7, 1949. He completed his studies at Department of Electronics, Warsaw University of Technology in 1973 receiving MS degree with the first class honours result. He received Ph.D. and habilitation (D.Sc.) degrees from the same University in 1978 and 1989 respectively. Since 1973 he has been associated with the Institute of Microelectronics and Optoelectronics, Department of Electronics and Information Techniques, Warsaw University of Technology working on teaching positions (recently as a professor). While on leave during the academic year 1981/1982 he was employed, as a Lecturer I, for the Department of Physics, University of Jos, Nigeria. During his 36 years work he have had lectures, classes, seminars and laboratories on different areas of electronics in Poland, France, Germany, USA, China and Australia. In his research work his interests are concerned with development of methods intended for measurements of electromagnetic properties of dielectrics, ferrites, metals, semiconductors, conductive polymers, superconductors and metamaterials at microwave frequencies. He is also an expert in numerical methods of electrodynamics. Since 1985 he has conducted several research grants on this subject. Many of those grants were international including institutions form several countries such as USA, Australia, UK, France, Sweden, Slovenia and Germany. As the result of his research work several new very accurate measurement methods have been developed and implemented at more than 100 resarch institutes, universities and industrial companies worldwide. Since 2001 resonators and other products designed and programmed and by J. Krupka are manufactured by Polish spin-off Company QWED http://qwed.eu/resonators.html. Currenty prof. Krupka is considered as a one of the top world experts in the area of measurements of electromagnetic properties of materials at microwave frequencies. Only recently he was nominated by the international advisory board as the chirman and organizer of the 6th International Conference "Microwave Materials and their Applications (MMA2010) which will be held in Warsaw in September 2010 http://qwed.eu/mma2010. He has published more than 300 papers, conference papers, textbooks, and research reports, several of them in all over the world known journals. His papers were cited more than 1500 times, according to the Science Citation Index. He was invited speaker on international conferences, and had lectures at different universities and research institutes. He is Editorial Board Member of the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory Techniques and reviewer for several international journals icluding Journal of Applied Physics, IEEE Tranactions on UFFC, Measurements Science and Technology, Applied Physics Letters, Physica Status Solidi. For his achievements in his research work he has awarded prizes: Prime Minister of Poland Award (2007), Gold Cross Medal from President of Poland (2006), three awards from the Minister of Science and Education and several awards from the Vice-Chancellor of the Warsaw University of Technology in Poland.


Main science area, domain, discipline: electronics / (technology domain) / (technological sciences)

Science discipline: 2.2 Robotics, elektronics and electrotechnics : 100.0 %
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