**Curriculum Vitae**

**Wieslaw Marian Macek**

**Teaching and Didactic**:

Head of *Nonlinear Data Analysis Group*

Head of *Doctoral Studies*
in the Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Ph. D. students:

Stefano Redaelli (1998, Ph. D. received December 2003)

Lidia Obojska (1995, Ph. D. received, April 1999)

Marek Strumik (2002, Ph. D. received, December 2006, with distinction)

Anna Wawrzaszek, p.v. Szczepaniak (2004, Ph. D. received, June 2009, with distinction)

2008: Janusz Wlodarczyk2009: Przemyslaw Figura

2010: Katarzyna Przygoda (resigned)

2013: Artur Janda

2014: Beata Kucharuk

Ph. D. Thesis supervision:

1995 - 1998 L. Obojska received her Ph. D., 12 April 1999;1998 - 2003 S. Redaelli received his Ph. D., 5 December 2003

2002 - 2006 M. Strumik received his Ph. D., 13 December 2006, with distinction

2002 - 2006 A. Wawrzaszek received her Ph. D., 17 June 2009, with distinction

Master Degree theses (from 2002/2003, graduated year):

2003: Teresa Zwolinska (January 2003)

2004: Malgorzata Paluch, Joanna Radziwanowska, Anna Szczepaniak

2006: Aneta Karpinska, Monika Kwatek, Magdalena Pajak, Elzbieta Starzec

2007: Beata Jackowska, Marcin Krzeminski, Ewa Pacelt, Maryla Wyszynska

2008: Agnieszka Czajka, Agnieszka Lesniewska, Grzegorz Nieszczerzewski, Dorota Roslan, Hanna Zdzitowiecka

2009: Elzbieta Jaworska

2010: Katarzyna Przygoda, Iwona Socik

2011: Marlena Kolakowska, Marta Mielcarczyk, Karolina Wdowiak, Agnieszka Pawelek

2012: Karolina Rybicka, Anna Mastalarczyk, Leszek Rek

2013: Sylwia Grzegrzolka

Seminars at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw:

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences

from 2003 till 2010 Seminar on Applied Mathematics (IV, V year)

Lectures at Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw:

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Physics

2014/2015: Philosophy of Mathematics (with exercises), Deterministic Chaos and Fractals (with exercises), Science and Religion

2013/2014: Mathematics in Natural Sciences (with exercises), Deterministic Chaos and Fractals (with exercises), Science and Religion

2012/2013: Mathematics in Natural Sciences (with exercises), Nonlinear and Fractal Analysis (with exercises), Linear Algebra

2011/2012: Nonlinear Dynamical Systems (with exercises), Nonlinear and Fractal Analysis (with exercises), Linear Algebra

2010/2011: Introduction to Nonlinear Dynamics (with exercises), Nonlinear and Fractal Analysis (with exercises)

2009/2010: Modeling Dynamical Systems (with exercises), Analysis of Dynamical Systems (with exercises)

2008/2009: Analysis of Dynamical Systems (with exercises), Chaos Theory and the Capital Markets (with exercises), Computer Laboratory

2007/2008: Analysis of Dynamical Systems (with exercises), Fractal Analysis (with exercises)

2006/2007: Mathematical Analysis II, Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos (with exercises)

2005/2006: Mathematical Analysis I, Fractal Analysis (with exercises)

2004/2005: Mathematical Analysis II, Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos (with exercises)

2003/2004: Mathematical Analysis I, Fractal Analysis (with exercises)

2002/2003: Mathematical Analysis II with exercises (for interdisciplinary studies)

2001/2002: Mathematical Analysis I with exercises (for interdisciplinary studies) ;

Mechanics (with exercises)

lectures at Faculty of Christian Philosophy for specializations: Logic and Philosphy of Nature

2002/2003: Mathematics III (with exercises)

2001/2002: Mathematics I, II (with exercises)

Monographic lecture in Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw

1998/1999: *Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos*

1995/1996, 1996/1997: *Fractal Analysis and Deterministic Chaos*

1985 - 1989: theoretical astrophysics,

(exercises and lectures for astronomy students in Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw)

1972 - 1976: theoretical mechanics, theoretical physics,

nuclear and elementary particle physics, methodics of teaching in physics

(exercises for students in Faculty of Physics and Faculty of Mathematics of the University of Warsaw)

1985 - 1989: helping in organization of the Space Physics Seminar

at the Space Research Centre and the Astronomical Institute of Warsaw University

(with Prof. S. Grzedzielski)

1986, 1987: helping in Master's theses of Mr. J. Bysiek and Mr. P. Dulny

at the Space Research Centre and the Astronomical Institute

in Faculty of Physics of Warsaw University (with Prof. S. Grzedzielski)

1993: organizer of the Space Physics Seminar at the Space Research Centre

and *Nonlinear and Fractal Analysis Group*

**Popularized Scientific Articles:**

1. Macek, W.: 2006,

Multifractal solar wind,

*Academia, 3*, (11) 16-18,

Multifraktalny wiatr sloneczny (in Polish),

*Academia, 3*, (7) 16-18.

3. Macek, W.: 1992,

'Four Light-Hours too Far' (in Polish), *Nowy Swiat, 39*, 11

(my own article about my participation in Voyager Mission:

'O cztery godziny swiatla za daleko', 15-16 Feb 1992)

1. Macek, W.: 1981,

The Jovian Magnetosphere (in Polish), *Urania, 8*, 236-242,

2. Macek, W.: 1981,

The Saturnian Magnetosphere (in Polish), *Urania, 12*, 356-363.

**Popularized Activities:**

See, US Press announcement about my participation in Voyager Space Mission

during the Voyager - Neptune encounter:

*'Historic' discoveries await
well-traveled Voyager. *

*Life has changed for Voyager's
'family' of creators, scientist*,

The Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 20, 1989;

*Show over, now to study Voyager
data*,

The Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 29, 1989

1991 Nov. 21,* Planetary
Magnetospheres*,

invited lecture at the Popular University of the Polish Academy of Sciences