prof. Paweł Gburzyński, PhD
Faculty: Art, Technology and Communication
Field of study: Computer science
Experienced professional with interests and notable achievements in theoretical aspects of computer science and engineering, especially telecommunications; designed and programmed operating systems, compilers, specification and simulation systems, mostly for application in telecommunications and embedded systems; an author of over 200 papers in the areas of telecommunications, simulation, operating systems, and security; he presented papers at many international conferences; worked in (and collaborated with) many prestigious academic departments in Canada, USA, and Germany. Consulted for Lockheed-Martin, NASA, and other companies in Canada and USA; in 2002 he cofounded Olsonet Communications, a Canadian company specializing in advanced, custom solutions in the area of distributed, wireless sensor systems; recipient of the Polish National Award in 1986 (for his participation in the Loglan project) and the academic McCalla award (in Canada) for contributions to research in telecommunications and computer science.
- embedded systems;
- sensor networks;
- ad-hoc networks;
- operating systems;