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I received my M.Sc. degree in Precise Mechanics from Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), Poland in 1980 and PhD degree in 1984 also from WUT.

I am currently at the position of full professor at WUT Faculty of Mechatronics (previously the Precise Mechanics Dept.), Institute of Metrology and Biomedical Engineering. I held postdoctoral fellowships from the Agency of Industrial Science and Technology, Japan, and from the Science and Technology Agency, National Research Laboratory of Metrology, Japan. My current research interests include dimensional metrology, especially the use of interferometry and laser diodes in industrial measurements of geometrical parameters. I have authored about 100 scientific papers (including 43 articles in JCR indexed journals) and holds 25 patents in metrology.

Expertise: dimensional metrology, laser interferometry and laser diodes in measurements of geometrical parameters. Development of: high resolution interferometric displacement transducers, laser diode interferometer, laser diode frequency stabilization, photo detection systems for counting fringe type interferometers, interferometric vibration measurements, touchless interferometer gauge block calibrations, laser beam angular micro-deflection measurement etc.

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