Tadeusz Juliszewski

Prof. Dr Hab.

Academics

  • 1975 Master of Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Agriculture in Krakow, Poland
  • 1981 Dr Agr., University of Agriculture in Krakow
  • 1985-1986 Scientific traineeships at University of Friburg, ETH Zürich, FAT Tänikon, Switzerland
  • 1989 Ingeenieur Hochschule Berlin-Wartenberg (Germany)
  • 1996 Dr Hab.
  • 2001 Visiting professor (UBC Vancouver, Canada)
  • 2002 University Professor
  • 2005 Professor (Nomination by President of Poland)
  • Others Lectures on The Technical University in Krakow and Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow

Employments

  • 1975-1981 Academic staff, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering
  • 1999-2005 Associate Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering
  • 2008-2012 Dean of the Faculty of Agricultural Engineering
  • Now Director of Institute of Machinery Management, Ergonomics and Production Processes, University of Agriculture in Krakow, Poland

Professional functions

  • 1999-2001 President of the CIOSTA (Commission Internationale de l'Organisation Scientifique du Travail en Agriculture)
  • 2002-2006 Chairman of the Vth Technical Section of CIGR (Management, Ergonomics, System Engineering)
  • 2011-2013 Chairman of the Committee on Ergonomics, Polish Academy of Science
  • 2013-2014 Incoming President of CIGR
  • since 2013 Vice Chairman of the Commission of Ergonomics, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences
  • since 2015 President of CIGR
  • since 1991 Member of the Polish Society of Agricultural Engineering (PTIR) Member of the Committee on Agriculture Engineering at the Polish Academy of Science
  • Since 1998 Member of the Polish Society for Information Technology in Agriculture, Forestry And Food Production (POLSITA)

Publications

About 200 publications on various subjects in agricultural engineering, ergonomics and biofuels production

Family

Married, two sons, three grandchildren

Hobbies

mountain tourism, reading literature (favourite books: 'The Master and Margarita", 'Love in the time of cholera'), and practicing kyokushin karate (recreationally)