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Dariusz Gotlib, PhD, D. Sc.
Department of Cartography
Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography
Phone: +48 22 234-6040
Room no: 329

h-index (WoS Citations)*: 1

Cartographer and GIS expert. Proven track of commercial experience. Since 2001, the leader of teams specializing in the design and maintenence of spatial databases for navigation systems and modeling of topographical data. Knowledge of Polish Spatial Data Infrastructure. Polish National Topographical Database model designer. Directly involved in design and implementation of the Spatial Data Infrastructure in Poland. Vice-dean at the Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography at Warsaw University of Technology (2012-2016). Advisor (expert) to the Head Office of Geodesy and Cartography in Poland (from 1999) in SDI area. The initiator of the establishment of the Laboratory of Mobile Cartography and author of the teaching program in the field of Geoinformatics at Warsaw University of Technology. More than 10 years of experience in managing the work of GIS department and GIS Database Operation department in the capital group of PPWK/Mobile Internet Technology (joint-stock company) (among many tasks, several years cooperation with Google Company - delivering of spatial dataset for the Polish territory).

Main science area, domain, discipline: geodesy and cartography / (technology domain) / (technological sciences)

Science discipline: 2.6 civil engineering and transport : 75.0 %; 2.3 information and communication technology : 25.0 %
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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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