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Paweł Gburzyński

prof. Paweł Gburzyński, PhD
Faculty: Art, Technique and Communication
Field of study: Information Technology

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An experienced practitioner with theoretical interests and achievements. He created and co-created operating systems, compilers, modelling and simulation systems, in particular for built-in and telecommunication uses. Author of over 200 publications (telecommunication, simulation, operating systems, system security). He completed the MIM Faculty at Warsaw University in 1976. In 1982, he was conferred there a PhD. Laureate of the 1st degree state award (1986) for work on the Loglan project. In the years 1984-2010, he was abroad, mainly in Canada and the USA where he was most of the time connected with the Faculty of Computing Science, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, at which he held the post of full professor since 1996 (at present – professor emeritus). Laureate of McCall award for scientific achievements (2003). He cooperated with industry, among others with Lockheed-Martin and NASA. In 2002, he co-founded Olsonet Communications Corporation, a Canadian firm which manufactures specialist solutions in the field of distributed wireless sensory systems. He deals with research in  telecommunication, operating systems, sensory systems as well as systems of simulation and  specification.


Teaching/research interests:

  • wireless sensory systems;
  • telecommunication;
  • operating systems;
  • simulation;
  • security of computer systems and networks.
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