|Ph.D. thesis (1982):||
On periodic and stationary trajectories of flows and ordinary differential equations (at Jagiellonian University).
On the Conley index (at Jagiellonian University).
topological dynamics, Conley index theory, computer assisted proofs, multivalued discrete dynmical systems, combinatorial algorithms and simulation and modelling in biology
the paper on chaos in the Lorenz equations recognized by Encyclopedia Britannica as one of the four most important achievements in mathematics in 1995, member of the Scientific Council of the J. Schauder Center for Nonlinear Analysis, Torun, Poland (1995- ), member of the Program Committee of an International Conference on Topological Methods in Differential Equations (1996), member of the Organizing Committee of the workshop The Conley Index Theory and the workshop on Differential Inclusions (1997), member of the Programme Committee of the second international conference Tools for Mathematical Modelling, Sankt Petersburg, Russia (1999), coorganizer of the session Topological Methods and the Conley Index, Equadiff 99, Berlin, Germany (1999); member of the Polish Mathematical Society (1977- ), the American Mathematical Society (1997- ).
|Long term visits:||
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (1991-1993, 1996-1997),
|Grants and awards:||
Sierpinski Award of the Polish Mathematical Society (1997), the individual prize of the Polish Ministry of Education (1997),
Topological Methods in Nonlinear Analysis (1998- ), Journal of the European Mathematical Society (1998- ).