University of Zielona Gora

Professor Roman Gielerak  


General information

Academic title: full professor since 1999, University of Wrocław

Academic degree: Ph.D. with habilitation since 1989, University of Wrocław

Research field: theoretical physics, quantum informatics, mathematical problems
in quantum physics

Branch: mathematical physics, quantum informatics

Speciality: mathematical methods in statistical physics and quantum field theory, mathematical methods in quantum information theory, massive parallel numerical calculations

Academic degrees

1975            M. Sc. in Theoretical Physics, University of Wrocław, Poland

1979            Ph.D., University of Wrocław

1989            Habilitationsschrift, University of Wrocław

1999            Full professor of physical sciences

Academic posts

1975-1978   Ph.D. student at University of Wrocław

1978-1979   Assistant Lecturer, University of Wrocław

1979-1989   Assistant professor at University of Wrocław

1988-1998   Extraordinary professor at University of Wrocław

1998-2000   Ordinary professor in Technical University of Zielona Góra

2000-           Ordinary professor in University of Zielona Góra

Detailed duties

1991-1998   The Head of The Post-graduate Studies in Physics at Wrocław University

1999-2000   The Head of Department of Physics in Technical University of Zielona Gora

2000-2003   The Head of the Division of Mathematical Methods in Physics of Physics, University of Zielona Góra

2005-           The Head of the Telecommunication and Computer Security Division,
University of Zielona Góra

Additional duties


  • AMS, Zentralblatt Math,
  • Math. Rev., Rep. Math. Phys., J. Math. Phys.

Research achievements

Over 100 publications, mostly in leading journals

Tens of conference proceedings

Tens of evaluation reports (mainly for AMS)

3 books:

  • Stochastic Methods in Mathematics and Physics, World Scientific: Singapore, 1989 (with W. Karwowski, edts)
  • Quantum Groups and Integrable Systems, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992 (with Jerzy Lukierski, Z. Popowicz, edts)
  • Infinite Dimensional Geometry in Physics, special volume of Journal of Geometry and Physics (572 pages), Elsevier 1992 (with A. Borowiec, edts)

Organizational work

Major contribution to the organization of 3 significant international conferences:

  • 1988: XXVII Winter School of Theoretical Physics, Karpacz, Co Director
  • 1991: I Max Born Symposium, Wojnowice, Co Director
  • 1992: XXXII Winter School of Theoretical Physics, Karpacz, Director

Educational achievements

Having conferred a Ph.D. degree on 5 persons. The next Ph.D. thesis are being written under His scientific protection.

Leading The Post-Grduate Studies in Physics at Wrocław University has brought them to the highest effectiveness in the frames of the University (1991-1998)

Membership of scientific organizations

  • Polish Physical Society
  • International Association of Mathematical Physics (IAMP), since 1983
  • American Mathematical Society (AMS)

Awards for research activity

1980 - Individual Award of Polish Physical Society

1980 - Individual Award of Polish National Education Minister

1990 - Individual Award of Polish National Education Minister

Several awards of Rectors of Wrocław and Technical Universities


Polish Committee for Scientific Research:

  • 1991-1994: main performer, estimation: 10
  • 1997-1998: the head, estimation: 9.5

1993-1994: Grant EC Mobility (Bielefeld, Bonn, Bochum)

since 1989 till 2002: German grants: SFB and BiBoS Research Center, regularly

1998-1999: Grant Polonium

Long-term foreign practices

1979-1980: Federal Technical University in Zurich (with K.Osterwalder, ETH Zurich)

1984-1986: Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna (with R.L.Dobrushin, Moscow State University)

1987: BiBoS Research Center, Bielefeld University (S.Albeverio, Bonn University)

1994: Bielefeld - Bonn - Bochum (S.Albeverio, P.Blanchard, Y.Kondratiev)

since 1989: regular visiting the Universities in Bielefeld, Bonn and Bochum (with S.Albeverio and F.Russo)

since 1992: the annual one-month post of visiting professor at Galileo Institute, XIII University in Paris (with F.Russo)