Arkadiusz Jadczyk works at the Center CAIROS Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France. Jadczyk received the Ph.D. and the Habilitation degrees in theoretical physics from the University of Wroclaw, Poland in 1970 and 1977, respectively. From 1970 till 2004, he was as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and, since 1990, Full Professor at the University of Wroclaw. Presently, he is a Deputy Coordinator of the international center CAIROS (Clifford Algebras International Research Open Studies) affiliated with the Institute of Mathematics, University of Toulouse III, France. He received multiple scientific awards from the Polish Ministry of Education and Academy of Sciences, as well as the Humboldt Prize for his achievements and scientific cooperation. His international research experience includes research positions at Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, CNRS, Marseille; Institute of Theoretical Physics II, Hamburg; Center BiBoS, Bielefeld; Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Florence; CERN, Geneva; Research Institute for Mathematical Physics, University of Kyoto; Arnold Sommerfeld Institute, Technical University of Clausthal; Department of Mathematics, University of Florida. Jadczyk is a Member of the Editorial Boards of Prespace Journal, Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research, Reports in Mathematical Physics, and Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras. Jadczyk's scientific interests include operator algebras and their applications, differential geometry, theories of gravity and electromagnetism, foundations of quantum theory, fractals, and applications of algebraic and geometric methods in physics.
Biography Updated on 28 June 2011