Mieczysław S. Mastylo obtained a Ph.D. degree from the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, in 1985 and Habilitation degree from the same university in 1991. He worked as a Full Professor at the Adam Mickiewicz University in 1999. His scientific interests include interpolation theory of operators, the Banach Operator Ideals, eigenvalues and s-numbers of operators, geometry and topological properties of the Banach spaces, extrapolation theory, factorization of operators, the Fourier analysis, and multilinear operators. In the recent years, his research activity has focused on the applications of interpolation theory to functional analysis. His awards and fellowships include the Award of the Minister of Science for scientific research in 1990, the Wladyslaw Orlicz Award of the Polish Mathematical Society in 1994, and the Banach Award of the Polish Mathematical Society in 2001.
Biography Updated on 29 July 2012