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Dr. Ludwik Dobrzyński

Dr. Ludwik Dobrzyński 

Dr. Dobrzyński is professor of physics and Director of the Department of Education and Trainings at the National Centre for Nuclear Research at Swierk, Poland.

He graduated from the University of Warsaw in 1964, specializing in solid state and nuclear physics with special emphasis on the nuclear methods in condensed matter studies. Since 1963 he was employed at the Institute of Nuclear Research at Swierk where he received a PhD (1968) and DSc (1975).

From 1981 to 1983 he was Deputy Director of the Laboratory of Nuclear Methods in Solid State Physics. He then moved to the University of Bialystok where he set up the Laboratory of Solid State Physics. He worked for several international laboratories as a visiting professor, such as Brookhaven National Laboratory (USA), Centro di Studi Nucleari della Casaccia, Italy, University Paris VI, France etc. In 1997 he was invited back to Swierk (named Institute for Nuclear Problems by that time), where he set up the Department of Training and Consulting, now Department of Education and Training. Since his retirement from the University of Bialystok in 2011 he continues working for the National Centre for Nuclear Research (formerly Swierk institute). From 2011-2013 he worked also for the Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland.

He is a member of the Editorial Board of Physica Scripta. He has published about 260 papers in international peer-reviewed journals as well as the academic textbook "Neutrons and Solid State physics", Ellis Horwood (1994).

Dr. Dobrzyński has been a member of the Polish delegation to UNSCEAR since 2001.

Last updated: Thursday, 4 April 2019