Tadeusz Michalowski was born in 14 September 1946 and studied chemistry (1964-1969) and physics (1968-1972) at Jagiellonian University (JU) in Kraków, Poland. He started his scientific work in 1969 in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at JU, where he gained the scientific degrees: Ph.D. degree (1977) and Habilitation degree (1989); he worked there up to 1998. In 1995, he started work at Cracow University of Technology, Kraków, Poland, as the Head of Department of Analytical Chemistry and in 1996 he was nominated as Professor of the Cracow University of Technology. Within 1996-2007, he was the Member of the Committee of Analytical Chemistry of Polish Academy of Sciences. His scientific activity is concerned mainly on electrochemistry (mainly: titrimetry) and spectrometric methods of analysis and is involved with mathematical modelling of electrolytic systems. Among others, he formulated (1992) the generalized electron balance (GEB) concept and generalized approach to electrolytic systems (GATES) that enables to resolve electrolytic systems of any degree of complexity; GEB can be considered as a law of matter preservation. He is the author of around 100 papers and author and coauthor of several books. Among others, he is the Editor of Matlab/Book 5 that will be issued by InTech in July 2011 and Member of InTech Scientific Board.
Biography Updated on 4 September 2011