Visiting Professors

In the 2009/2010 academic year, the Center for Advanced Studies launched a new project - scholarships for visiting professors.

The aim of the scholarship programme is to invite world-renowned scientists representing international research institutions who, by delivering lectures on innovative solutions and modern technologies as well as by running seminars with students, PhD students and academics, will strengthen the WUT academic community’s intellectual potential.

The  project is financed within the Warsaw University of Technology Development Programme.

See the updated list of lectures at 
http://www.konwersatorium.pw.edu.pl/oferta/v_lectures.html

 

Professor Jun-Muk Hwang

Visit at WUT - October 2018

Jun-Muk Hwang is a South Korean mathematician specializing in algebraic geometry and complex differential geometry.

Professor Don Bernard Zagier

Visit at WUT - September 2018

Professor Don Bernard Zagier is an American mathematician whose main area of work is number theory.

Professor Michail Zhitomirskii

Visit at WUT - September 2018

Prof. Michail Zhitomirskii is a mathematician. The area of his scientific work is the study of singularities and normal forms in various areas of local analysis. Currently he is associated with the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa (Israel).

Professor Federico Sanchez-Bringas

Visit at WUT - April 2018

Professor Federico Sanchez-Bringas is a research worker at the Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Sciences of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Professor Stephen Yau

Visit at WUT : 2-10 july 2016

On 2-10 July 2016 Center for Advanced Studies hosted Professor Stephen Yau from the Department of Mathematics Statistics and Computer Sciences at University of Illinois, Chicago.

Professor Peter J. Giblin

Visit at WUT : june-july 2016

Professor Peter J. Giblin works at the University of Liverpool. He is an outstanding mathematician, a member of a research group working on the singularity theory and its application. Peter J. Giblin graduated from King‚Äôs College, University of London (First Class Honours, 1964; Ph.D. in Mathematics, 1967) and since 1967 he has been working at the University of Liverpool (Professor, 2000) where he was the Head of Department of Mathematical Sciences, as well as the Head of Mathematics Division. His area of interests includes the singularity theory and its application in geometry, graphics and computer imaging.