prof. dr hab. inż. Michał Mrozowski, prof. zw. PG

Email mim@pg.edu.pl
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Notka biograficzna

Professor Michał Mrozowski, IEEE Fellow, corresp. member of the Polish Acad. of Sciences

Gdańsk University of Technology (GUT), Faculty of ETI, Poland

 

Research ID F-7299-2015: (ISI WoK: cited more than 880 times without self-citations; H=18)

website:  http://mwave.eti.pg.gda.pl/index.php?k=150

Publications recorded in ISI WoK: 171, with around 100 in JCR journals with impact factors > 1.5. For a complete list see: https://goo.gl/1wuH6i

                                                                         

  • EDUCATION and Academic titles: MSc 1983, PhD 1990, DSc (hab.) 1994, all at Gdańsk University of Technology with honors or awards. Awarded title of Professor by the President of Poland in 2001.
  • CURRENT POSITIONS: Full Professor (since 2002) and also: Director: WiComm Center of Excellence; Head of the Department of Microwave and Antenna Engineering. Director: GPU Research Center for Computational Electromagnetics and Photonics, all at Faculty of ETI, GUT.

                             

Research interests: basic research: microwave engineering as well as computational electromagnetics, photonics, and parallel/GPU computing. Applied research: microwave filter design, microwave filter synthesis, low-cost high-frequency devices (made of paper), surrogate model construction, full-wave optimization, and computer-aided design (implemented in CAD software tools).

 

International cooperation, research visits, and fellowships: longer research visits: London, UK: 1 year; Canada: several 3–5 month stays; Italy: 2 months. International cooperation within EU networks (COST ASSIST, VISTA, RFCSET, MORNET) and bilateral cooperation with the following research groups: University of Pavia (Prof. M. Bozzi), University of Ghent (Prof. T. Dhaene), University of Calgary (Prof. M. Okoniewski), Polytechnic University of Madrid (Prof. V. de la Rubia)—joint research and publications, visits, and staff exchange.

 

Academic achievements and facts related to peer recognition

  • IEEE: Awarded the prestigious title of IEEE Fellow “for contributions to the theory of guided waves and computational electromagnetics”. The award of IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for selected IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments in any of the IEEE’s fields of interest are deemed fitting of this prestigious grade. Currently, there are only 15 IEEE Fellows in Poland. Elected member of two IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society Technical Committees—namely the MTT-1 Technical Committee (CAD) and the MTT-15 Technical Committee (Field Theory). Technical committees consist of 10–20 experts of international renown. Associate Editor of Proceedings of the IEEE (2016–present). Proc. IEEE is the most highly cited general interest journal in electrical engineering and computer science. Only top experts in their field are elected by the Board of Directors of IEEE to become Associate Editors. Prof. Mrozowski is the first Pole working in Poland to have been elected and appointed. In the past, he has served as an Associate Editor of IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters (2005–2006). Member of IEEE MTT-S Fellow Evaluation Committee (2009–2011).
  • Elected corresponding member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, which consists of not more than 350 members elected by existing members based on research achievements.
  • WiComm Center of Excellence (2004) and the WiComm GPU Research Center for computational electromagnetics and photonics (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015,  2016): status awarded based on excellence in research on the basis of external reviews
  • Invited to give seminars for leading research groups in Europe, Asia (Taiwan and Singapore), the USA (many locations and institutions), and Canada; serving as a PhD examiner and reviewing Ph.D. degree examinations in Switzerland (ETH Zurich) and Belgium (University of Ghent), as well as reviewing  for leading international journals (IEEE Transactions on MTT, IEEE Transactions on AP, IEEE MWCL). Invited to give keynote presentations at international conferences worldwide,
  • Principal investigator for more than 15 Polish research grants, 5 projects with various European Union programs, and 4 grants funded by US government agencies or private US companies.
  • One of the very few professors in Poland to have been awarded the Foundation for Polish Science Advanced Grant for Professors. Usually fewer than 10 of these grants are awarded to senior researchers in engineering every three years. The applicant received this grant for the period 2001–2004.
  • Awards: Prime Mister of Poland’s award for excellence in research (twice), Ministry of Education awards for research (as a team member) and for excellence in training young researchers. Polish Academy of Science’s award for research, Hevelius Prize (for research), Fellow of the Electromagnetics Academy (USA),  British Council Fellowship.

 

GRADUATE STUDENTS AND POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS SUPERVISED

Since 1994: 9 Postdocs, 16 completed PhDs (3 in progress), 30 Master’s Students

                               

Quality in training of Early Stage Researchers

Prof. Michał Mrozowski is known in Poland for research excellence and outstanding results in training young researchers. For this activity, he received the Ministry of Education’s Award. He has worked with nine postdocs since 2001, 2 of whom received three-year fellowships for the best young scientist under 35 in Poland. As many as 14 out of 16 of his candidates’ PhD dissertations were found by the reviewers to be outstanding (summa cum laude) and 4 PhDs, all in computational electromagnetics, received the Prime Minister of Poland’s awards (only 15 such awards are given each year), with a further 6 receiving other awards. The applicant’s PhD students have received both international fellowships (twice from IEEE) and national fellowships, including 10 highly competitive Young Scientist Fellowships awarded by the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP). Several MSc students have received awards for the best MSc thesis on microwaves, radiolocation, and antenna technologies organized by the Polish chapter of IEEE MTT/AP.             

 

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