płk prof. dr hab. inż. Przemysław Wachulak
building 100, room 173
tel. 261 839 001
Col. Prof. Przemysław Wachulak is a professor of sciences and rector-commandant of the Military University of Technology. His works on the development of new laser-plasma sources and their applications in nanoscience and nanotechnology. He is a member of national and international scientific societies. For his works, he obtained several national and international scholarships and awards.
A graduate of the Military University of Technology, which he graduated with 1st place in 2004 at the Faculty of Electronics, in the field of electronics and optoelectronics. He also completed postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Cybernetics of the Military University of Technology in the field of European integration and international security. He started his professional military service in 2004 in the 3rd Road and Bridge Regiment in Chełmno as a platoon commander. In 2005 – 2008 he was a Ph.D. student at the Colorado State University in the United States, wherein 2008 he obtained a doctoral degree. In 2009, he began his military service at the Military University of Technology at the Institute of Optoelectronics as a senior engineer, assistant, assistant professor, associate professor, and professor. In 2013, he obtained his habilitation degree at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw. On 30th of July, 2018, the President of the Republic of Poland awarded him the title of professor of technical sciences.
He is an author and co-author of 1 book, 11 chapters in monographs, 114 JCR publications, 120 articles from other peer-reviewed journals, and over 330 conference abstracts. His work focuses on the development of new laser-plasma sources for the generation of extreme ultraviolet and soft X‑ray radiation for applications in nanoimaging, holography, absorption spectroscopy, optical coherence tomography, or radiobiology. He has participated in many national and international scientific conferences, including over 30 invited lectures and presentations. He is a member of national and international scientific societies, incl. Polish Young Academy of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Committee of Metrology and Scientific Apparatus of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Committee of Electronics and Telecommunications of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the American Chemical Society ACS, the Polish Society of Synchrotron Radiation PTPS. He is also a topical editor of the Applied Optics journal from 2017. During his academic career, he was a principal investigator in 7 projects, incl. financed by the National Science Center and the National Center for Research and Development (LIDER program). He also participated in 17 other domestic, foreign, and international projects. He obtained a scholarship from the Foundation for Polish Science (2009 – 2011) and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (2011 – 2014). Winner of many awards. For scientific and military activities he received the R&D 100 award (the USA, 2008), Young Scientist Medal (2014), Silver Medal for Merit for National Defense (2014), Medal for Merit of the Republic of Poland, 3rd class (2018), Silver Medal of the Armed Forces in the Homeland Service (2018) and the award of the Minister of National Defense (2013 and 2019).
VICE-RECTOR FOR MILITARY AFFAIRS
płk Grzegorz Kaliciak
building 100, room 181
tel. 261 839 051
Colonel Grzegorz Kaliciak graduated from the General Tadeusz Kościuszko Military University of Land Forces in Wrocław (MULF) and also completed political since and crisis management studies. He started his military service in 4th Reconnaissance Battalion in Wędrzyn. During his military service he participated in international military missions.Col. Kaliciak served in the Polish Military Contingent in Iraq: in 2004 (II rotation) as a Reconnaissance Company Commander, in 2007 (VIII rotation) as the TOC Chief. At the beginning of April 2004, as the Reconnaissance Company Commander, he led the defence of the City Hall in Karbala, Iraq, during the II Persian Gulf War. He also served in the Polish Military Contingent in Afghanistan: during VII rotation and IX rotation in 2011 as the BRAVO Combat Team Deputy Commander. Military veteran – injured in an IED explosion in Afghanistan.Awarded by the President of the Republic of Poland with Knight’s Cross of the Order of the Military Cross for his personal bravery in the combat action.
VICE-RECTOR FOR EDUCATION
dr hab. inż. Kazimierz Worwa, prof. WAT
building 100, room 182
tel. 261 839 011
He is a graduate of the Cybernetics Faculty of the Military University of Technology. He holds a postdoctoral degree in the field of computer science and telecommunications. He is a researcher and didactic teacher at the Institute of Information Systems of the Faculty of Cybernetics of the Military University of Technology. He was the dean of the Faculty of Cybernetics of the Military University of Technology (2016 – 2020 term of office). He is a member of the Polish Accreditation Committee (2020 – 2024 term of office) and a member of the IT Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2020 – 2024 term of office). He participated in the implementation of 15 research and development projects, including grants financed by the National Center for Research and Development. He is the author or co-author of about 150 scientific publications in the field of computer science and mathematics. He conducts scientific and research activity in the field of methods of assessing and shaping the software reliability, computer aided software development and the use of operational research methods to model selected phenomena and processes.
VICE-RECTOR FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Dobrowolski
building 100, room 174
tel. 261 839 031
A graduate of the Radio Technical College in Dzierżoniów (1985) and the Faculty of Electronics of the Military University of Technology (1990). After a year of command practice in the 8th Fighter-Bomber Regiment in Mirosławiec, he began his teaching activity as a research and teaching assistant. In 2001, he earned his doctoral degree at the Faculty of Electronics of the Military University of Technology in the discipline of telecommunications, specializing in microwave technology, and was appointed assistant professor. Since moving to the reserve in 2003, he has continued to work as a civilian academic teacher and conducts research in digital signal processing, artificial intelligence, medical diagnostics and biometrics.
In 2010, at the Faculty of Electronics of the Military University of Technology, he obtained a habilitation in the field of electronics, specialization in digital processing of biomedical signals. In 2017, by the decision of the President of the Republic of Poland, he received professor degree in the field of technical sciences. He has conducted over 8,000 hours of teaching and promoted 4 doctors. He is the author and co-author of over 200 publications, including nationwide textbooks on computer analysis of electronic circuits (2004), amplifiers (2005), basics of electronics (2013) and signal processing (2018). In the term of 2012 – 2016 , he was the vice-dean for research and the head of Doctoral Studies at the Faculty of Electronics of the Military University of Technology, in the following term he served as dean of the Faculty of Electronics.
VICE-RECTOR FOR DEVELOPMENT
płk dr hab. inż. Jacek Świderski, prof. WAT
building 100, room 174
tel. 261 839 904
Col. Jacek Świderski graduated from the Faculty of Electronics of the Military University of Technology (MUT) in 1999. He earned his MSc degree majoring in electronics and telecommunication with specialization in optoelectronic devices. At the same time he studied according to an individual program with a focus on laser engineering.
He started his professional military service in 1999 in the 1st Regional Technical Workshop in Grudziądz as an Officer of Planning Department. In 2000 he returned to MUT and started work at the Institute of Optoelectronics (IOE) taking positions of senior engineer, assistant, assistant professor and associate professor. During this time, he also completed postgraduate studies in the field of Pedagogy (Institute of Humanities MUT, in 2001) and Advanced techniques and methods of teaching (Faculty of Mechatronics MUT, in 2008). In 2006 he received a PhD degree in the field of electronics, specialization optoelectronics at the Faculty of Electronics MUT. In 2015 he obtained his postdoctoral degree in technical sciences for which he received a Prime Minister’s Award.
Col. Jacek Świderski is a specialist in the field of diode-pumped solid state lasers. He has been involved in the research on near- and mid-infrared high power fiber lasers and amplifiers, including continuous wave (CW) and pulsed systems, supercontinuum sources as well as development works on application of the above-mentioned laser sources in military technique and medicine. He is a co-author of several medical laser devices designed for surgery of soft biological tissue. He is a leader of Fiber Laser Group in Laser Technology Department IOE MUT.
He is an author and co-author of 1 book and over 150 publications in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings 50 of which were published in journals indexed in the JCR list, 4 patents and 1 patent application. He also participated in 27 scientific projects financed by Ministry of Science and Higher Education, National Science Centre, National Center for Research and Development and European Defence Agency being a principal investigator in 15 projects. Besides, being nominated by Polish Ministry of Defence, he participated in several task groups working with the NATO Science and Technology Organization (STO).
Between 2005 – 2009 he was a member of Scientific Council of the Institute of Optoelectronics, at present he is a member of Scientific Council of Automatic, Electronics and Electrotechnics Discipline, since 2015 he has been a topical editor of Opto-Electronics Review journal (section Laser Physics, Technology and Applications). He is also a member of Chapter of Honorary Dignity MUT.
Currently, he is employed as a university professor at the Laser Technology Department of the Optoelectronics Institute of MUT where he manages the Optical Fibre Laser Team.
For scientific and military activities he received individual and team awards granted by Rector-Commandant of the Military University of Technology, NATO STO, Gold Medal for Merit for National Defense, Silver Medal of the Armed Forces in the Homeland Service and Medal for Merit of the Republic of Poland, 3rd class.
VICE-RECTOR FOR STUDENT AFFAIRS
dr hab. Monika Szyłkowska, prof. WAT
building 100, room 90A
tel. 261 839 306
Monika Szyłkowska, PhD
- A graduate of the Faculty of Law at the University of Management and Law in Warsaw (2004)
- She also completed postgraduate studies in the field of National |Security at the Faculty of Strategic — Defense at the National Defense University in Warsaw (2006)
- In 2014 obtained a doctoral degree in the field of social sciences in the discipline of security science (Police Academy in Szczytno)
- In 2020 she obtained habilitation degree in the field of social sciences in the discipline of security science (Police Academy in Szczytno)
- Since 2011 employee at the Military University of Technology – Institute of Security and Defense of the Faculty of Security, Logistics and Management
- Since 2016 Head of the Department of Strategy and Defence Systems.
- 20016 – 2018 tutor of student internships in the field of: state defense – practice profile
- 2016 – 2018 member of the Faculty of Logistic Council
- Decorated with the Bronze Medal of the Armed Forces in the Homeland Service (2018)
- Laureate of the award of the Minister of National Defense in the field of didactic 2019
- Member of the Information Systems Security Association
- Author of publications related to cyberspace security, virtual identity, legal aspects of security in the field of research.
mgr Adam Wronecki
building 100, room 180
tel. 261 839 061