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Name and surname: Aleksander Sladkowski (23.11.1956)

Master: 1978 - Dnepropetrovsk State University (DSU).

Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (PhD): 1987 - DSU.

Senior Researcher: 1989 - Higher Attestation Commission of the USSR.

Doctor Habil. of Tech. Sci.: 1997 - National Mining Academy of Ukraine.

Docent: 2001 - The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Professor: 2002 - The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

Nostrification of professor title: 2002 - Polish BAR&IE.

Full professor: 2007 – Silesian University of Technology (SUT).

Head of Department of Logistics and Transport Technologies: 2018 - SUT.

Professor honoris causa of USURT: 2013. Academician of Russian Academy of Transport: 2013.

Medal of the National Education Commission: 2014. Doctor honoris causa of EUNU: 2015.

Badge "Distinguished for SUT": 2016. Member of the Union of Scientists in Bulgaria: 2016.

Honorary member of Sci. Council of Inst. of Machine Mechanics of GNAS: 2017.

Doctor honoris causa of the University of Ruse: 2018.

News

Visit to Riga

2019-08-24

On August 18 - 23, 2019, prof. Aleksander Sładkowski visited Riga. The Faculty of Transport at the Silesian University of Technology has long-standing contacts with a... more

Cruise on Pogoria

2019-08-19

On August 6 - 17, 2019 Aleksander Sładkowski took part in cruise on a three-masted sailboat (barquentine) Pogoria. This cruise was organized under the title "Only... more

Summer School in Maribor

2019-07-04

In early July, 2019 professors Aleksander Sładkowski and Łukasz Konieczny took part in the summer school, which was held at the University of Maribor as part of... more

Transport Problems 2019

2019-06-29

On 24-25.06.2019, at the Faculty of Transport of the Silesian University of Technology, the VIII Symposium of Young Scientists carrying out research related to the... more

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