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Lab.Biosignal Analysis Fundamentals Nalecz Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences
4 Ks. Trojdena St. Poland 02-109
Wlodzimierz Klonowski is currently a Professor at the Nalecz Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, and is the Head of the Lab of Biosignal Analysis Fundamentals. He has been active for more than 20 years in the theory of complex nonlinear systems with applications in medicine and biology. He has worked as a professor of Physics in the French-speaking l’Univesité National du Zaïre a Kinshasa, Republic of Congo, as a Max Planck Fellow at MPI fur Biophysikalische Chemie in Goettingen, as a visiting professor at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA, as the President of Canadian Consulting and Tutoring Services at Halifax, NS. He got his DSc degree in theoretical Biophysics from Humboldt Univeritaet zu Berlin. He was an initiator and organizer of a series of European Summer Schools "EUROATTRACTOR" in Warsaw. He has contributed seriously to the theory of structure-property relationships in cross-linked polymer materials through his topological theory of networks, so called theory of Systems with Discrete Interactions. “I am aware of the great responsibility of running a multidisciplinary journal such asNBP to enable the publication of relevant studies in such a way that they can be understood by specialists from very different disciplines, from physics and biomedical engineering on the one hand to medicine and biology on the other hand, so that NBPmight function as a platform for multidisciplinary debate. Living organisms are complex nonlinear systems and the human brain is the most complex system we know. So it is not surprising that the methods of Nonlinear Dynamics and Deterministic Chaos Theory may be used, for example, in Neuroscience to analyze pathological changes in the brain or to assess the impact of applied therapies. But the same methods may also be adapted for socio-economic system analysis to reveal ‘the signatures’ of different physiological and pathological states of society and government.”
1995 - Present: Professor and Head, Lab. of Biosignal Analysis Fundamentals, M.Nalecz Inst. of Biocybernetics and Biomedical.Eng. Polish Academy of Sciences,Warsaw2004 – 2008: Leader, Group of Biosignal Analysis Fundamentals, Medical Research Center, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw1988 – 1995: President and Computer Consultant, Canadian Consulting and Tutoring Services, Halifax, NS, Canada1986 - 1987: Research Associate Academic, Mc Master University, Hamilton, ON, Canada1984 - 1986: Visiting Professor, BrandeisUniversity, Waltham,MA,USA1982 - 1984: Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Goettingen, Germany1980 - 1982: Professor, Faculty of Physics, National University of Zaire, Kinshasa, Zaire (now Congo Democratic Rep.)1973 - 1980: Senior Researcher, Inst. Fundamental Technological Research, and Medical Research Center, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
General Physics, Biomedical Physics, Chaos Theory,
Dynamical Systems, Nonlinear dynamics, Fractals,
Networks, Biosignal Analyis, Brain and Consciousness,
Neuroscience, Structure-property relationships,
Sol-gel transitions, Materials, Polymers,
Philosophy of Science, Popularization of Science
CitizenshipS: Polish and Canadian.
Autor and lecturer.
Reviewer for EC Marie Curie and other scientific projects.
Initiator and Organizer of European Interdisciplinary Schools on Nonlinear Dynamics for System and Signal Analysis EUROATTRACTOR (2000-2002)
Founding Editor, Editor-in-Chief of Nonlinear Biomedical Physics (BioMed Central,2007)
Molecular informational structure named after (Klonowski-Klonowska conformon, term proposed by S.Ji in the book Molecular Theories of Cell Life and Death’,S.Ji, ed. RutgersUniv.Press, 1991)
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