Węglarz Jan

JAN WĘGLARZ, professor (PhD 1974, DSc 1977), between 1978 and 1983 he was an associate professor and then professor at the Institute of Computing Science, Poznan University of Technology. He has been a full member of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS) since 1998 (a corresponding member since 1991), director of the Institute of Computing Science at the Poznan University of Technology since 1987, director of the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center since 1997, president of PAS (Poznan branch) in 2002-2010, president of the Committee for Computer Science of PAS since 2007, founder and chairman of the EURO Working Group on Project Management and Scheduling, principal editor of the Foundations of Computing and Decision Sciences, and a member of several editorial boards, among others: European Journal of Operational Research and International Transactions in Operational Research. He represented Poland in the Board of Representatives of IFORS and in EURO Councils (president of EURO Council in 1997-98). He is a member of several professional and scientific societies, among others: the American Mathematical Society and the Operations Research Society of America. His major research areas include: scheduling (project, machine, production), grid resource management systems, energy-aware computing. He authored and co-authored 15 monographs, 3 textbooks, and over 200 papers in major professional journals and conference proceedings. He is a frequent visitor to major research centers in Europe and in the USA. He is a co-laureate of the State Award (1988) and the EURO Gold Medal (1991), a laureate of the Prize of the Foundation for Polish Science (2000). He received honorary degrees from: Technical University of Szczecin (2001), Academy of Mining and Metallurgy (2002), Technical University of Czestochowa (2005), Poznan University of Technology (2006), Gdansk University of Technology (2008), University of Silesia (2009), and University of Zielona Gora (2009).



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