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Andrzej Kajetan Wróblewski

Andrzej Kajetan Wróblewski (Polish pronunciation: Vrooblevski, born 1933 in Warsaw) – Polish physicist, ordinary professor doctor habilitatus (since 1971), dean of the Physics Department Warsaw University (1986–1989), Rector of the Warsaw University (1989–1993), President of the Academic Council of the Institute for the History of Science, Polish Academy of Sciences.

Member of the PAS (since 1976), Warsaw Scientific Society (since 1983), Polish Physical Society and Polish Astronomical Society.

Scholarly activity

Andrzej Kajetan Wróblewski works in the Institute of Experimental Physics of the Physics Department, Warsaw University. He specializes in elementary particle physics (high energy physics) i.e. Soft Hadron Physics (1990), New AMY and DELPHI multiplicity data and the log-normal distribution (with co-authors; 1990), Genesis of the lognormal multiplicity distribution in the e² e²- collisions and other stochastic processes (with co-authors; 1990), Mystery of the negative binomial distribution (with co-authors; 1987), Constraints on multiplicity distribution of quark pairs (1985). His books on the history of physics are mainly in Polish: Truth and Myths in Physics' (1982); History of Physics' (2007). He is also co-author (with J. A. Zakrzewski) of the Introduction to Physics' (vol. 1 1976, vol. 2, part 1-2 1989-1991).

Awards

External links

  • Institute for the History of Science PAS Official Site (English)
  • Institute of Experimental Physics Warsaw University Official Site (English)


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