FOSREM Project Team
Prof. Leszek R. Jaroszewicz (PhD Eng DSc) – Team Leader
He was born in the year 1959. He is working in the Institute of Applied Physics, Military University of Technology. His initial scientific interest was the optical fibre elements technology, theory and application concerning non telecommunication optical fibre usages. At present, the main field of his scientific interest is photonics technology application for sensors devices including: hybrid waveguide transducers employing liquid crystalline materials, new technologies of manufacturing of monocrystals and glasses especially the oxide type ones, the theory of complex semiconducting structures designed for their application in a new generation of the electromagnetic radiation detectors, technologies of advanced fibre optics as well as photonic crystal fibre elements, materials and technologies for hydrogen storage. He is also engaged in the investigation of the polarization problems in a variety of waveguide structures applied in the construction of sensors. From 2020 he is the Corresponding Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Jerzy K. Kowalski (PhD Eng)
He was born in the year 1959. Currently, he is working at Elproma Electronics as R&D Director. He studied at the Warsaw University of Technology. In 1984 he did an M.Sc Eng in electric sciences and 1989 he did a PhD in electronics. His scientific interest was the stepper motor control system, measurement system and telemetry. At present, his attention is telemetry and telemedicine. He is the author or co-author of eight patents.
Zbigniew Krajewski (PhD Eng)
Assistant professor at the Department of Applied Physics, Institute of Applied Physics, Faculty of New Technologies and Chemistry, Military University of Technology. His initial interests involved research on polarization aspects of light in optical fiber. He presently works on the application of Sagnac fibre-optic interferometer for physical quantities measurement.
Anna Kurzych (PhD Eng)
She was born in 1989. In 2013 she graduated from Military University of Technology (MUT), Warsaw, Poland, where she majored in new materials and technologies. Now she is a postgraduate student in the Institute of Applied Physics at MUT. She studies material engineering, and her primary scientific interest is interferometric optical fiber sensors area. Moreover, she is interested in 3D printing and designing. In 2018 she did a PhD in Physics.