Musiał Grzegorz

GRZEGORZ MUSIAŁ was born in Białożewin, Poland, in 1955. He received his MSc degree in theoretical physics in 1978 from the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry of the Adam Mickiewicz University, at which he has worked till now. In 1987 he earned his PhD degree in solid state physics and he has habilitated in computer physics in 2004, at the same University. In his research he joins physics and computing. Recently, his research work in physics concentrates on many aspects of statistical physics in classical spin-lattice systems using numerical simulations (Ising and Ashkin-Teller models) and in such a systems with itinerant interacting fermions (the Falicov-Kimball model), also quantum systems, mainly magnetic clusters and single molecule magnets, and their utilization to technological developments within the EU network of excellence MAGMANet. The computing research mainly concerns operating systems of the UNIX type and parallel computing in distributed environment, also with high heterogeneity. He is an author or co-author of 43 papers in major professional journals and conference proceedings in physics and computing.



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