Jerzy Zabczyk, Professor
Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences
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Curriculum Vitae
Publications
Courses and workshops


CURRICULUM VITAE

Jerzy ZABCZYK - Born: March 29,1941 in Douai, France.
Polish citizenship.
Married, with two children Joanna (born 1969) and Pawel (born 1977).


ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 1963, Master Degree in Mathematics (Functional Analysis), University of Warsaw
  • 1969, Ph.D. in Mathematics (Stochastic Processes), University of Gdansk
  • 1975, Habilitation in Mathematics (Control Theory), Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
  • 1983, Extraordinary Professorship in Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
  • 1990, Full Professorship in Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences,
  • 2002, Corresponding Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

BOOKS

PUBLICATIONS in international journals: 100.


PRESENT POSITION: Full Professor, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mathematics


PERMANENT EMPLOYMENTS:
  • 1963-1972 Department of Mathematics, Warsaw University
  • 1972- Institute of Mathematics, Polish Academy of Sciences
  • 2007-2010 Division III, Polish Academy of Sciences


TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENTS (longer stays including fellowships and grants):
  • Moscow University, Department of Mathematics (1970, 4 months)
  • University of Warwick, Control Theory Centre, England (1976-1978, 17 months)
  • Universite de Montreal, Centre de Recherche Mathematiques, Canada (1978, 6 months)
  • University of Rome, Department of Mathematics (1979 and 1981, 3 months)
  • University of Bonn, Department of Mathematics (1979 and 1989, 4 months)
  • University of Bremen, Department of Mathematics (1980 and 1982, 4 months)
  • University of Warwick, Control Theory Centre England (1983-1984, 9 months)
  • Heriot-Watt University, Department of Mathematics, Edinburgh (1984-1985, 11 months)
  • University of California Los Angeles, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (1987, 3 months)
  • University of Warwick, Department of Mathematics, England (1989-1993, several stays 7 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (1986-1993, 9 months)
  • Universite Paris IX, France (1990, 1998, 2 months)
  • Warsaw University, Department of Mathematics (1989-1996, part time position 4 years)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (1995, 6 months)
  • Universite Paris XIII, France (1996, 1998, 2 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (1996, 5 and 1/2 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (1997, 3 and 1/2 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (1998, 4 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (1999, 3 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (2000, 2 months)
  • University of Warwick, Department of Mathematics, England (2000-2001, 10 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (2001-2005, 5 months)
  • Centro de Giorgi, Pisa, Italy (2006, 2 months)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (2007, 1 month)
  • Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy (2008, 1 month)
  • University of Warwick, Institute of Mathematics, England (2009, 3 months)


RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Probability theory (stochastic PDEs, probabilistic potential theory).
Control theory (nonlinear systems, infinite dimensional systems, stochastic control).
Application of mathematics (mathematical finance, engineering).



PhD STUDENTS:
  • A. Chojnowska-Michalik (1977, Stochastic PDEs),
  • L. Stettner (1982, Impulse Control)
  • T. Bielecki (1986, Stochastic Games),
  • S. Peszat (1993, Large Deviations),
  • A. Milian (1994, Stochastic Equations),
  • J. Sobczyk (1996, Stochastic Control),
  • G. Tessitore (1996, Stochastic Control, second advisor),
  • W. Jachimiak (1999, Stochastic PDEs),
  • A. Rusinek (2011, Mathematical Finance).


EDITORIALS:
Associate Editor of the following journals:
  1. Stochastics and Stochastics Reports (1980- ),
  2. Probability and Mathematical Statistics (1983- ),
  3. SIAM J. Control and Optimization (1989-1992),
  4. Systems and Control Letters (1986-1989),
  5. Computational and Applied Mathematics (1987- ),
  6. Dissertationes Mathematicae (1996- ),
  7. Infinite Dimensional Analysis, Quantum Probability and Related Fields (1997-1999),
  8. Journal of Evolution Equations (2001- ),
  9. Bulletin Polish Acad. Sci. Math. (2006- ).
Associate Editor of the following monograph series:
  1. Monografie Matematyczne, Birkhäuser (2003- )
  2. Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences, The World Scientific, (2003- )
Editor of the following conference proceedings:
  1. MATHEMATICAL CONTROL THEORY, Banach Center Publications, vol. 1, Warsaw 1976, jointly with C. Olech and S. Dolecki,
  2. MATHEMATICAL CONTROL THEORY, Banach Center Publications, vol. 14, Warsaw, 1985, Polish Scientific Publisher 1985, jointly with C. Olech and B. Jakubczyk,
  3. STOCHASTIC SYSTEMS AND OPTIMISATION, Proceedings of the 6th IFIP WG 7.1, Working Conference, Warsaw, Poland, September 12-16, 1988, LNICIS 136,
  4. STOCHASTIC PROCESSES AND RELATED TOPICS, Gordon and Breach, 1996, edited jointly with H. Engelbert and H. Follmer,
  5. PROBABILISTIC PROBLEMS IN ATMOSPHERIC AND WATER SCIENCES, ICM, 2003, edited jointly with K. Haman and B. Jakubiak.


ORGANISATION OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES:
  • 1988- IFIP Conference on Stochastic Systems and Optimisation,( 1 week)
  • 1995- Banach Centre Symposium on Stochastic Control (2 weeks), with L. Stettner
  • 1998- Banach Centre Symposium on Stochastic Control (2 weeks), with L. Stettner
  • 2001- Oberwolfach Conference on Stochastic Evolution Equations and Applications, with G. Da Prato and M. Roeckner (1 week)
  • 2001- Workshop on Stochastic PDEs in Finance (4 days in England), with R. Kennedy and R. Tribe,
  • 2001- Workshop on Mathematical Finance (1 week in Poland), with L. Stettner,
  • 2002- Banach Centre Symposium on Stochastic Control (1 week), with L. Stettner,
  • 2002- Banach Centre Symposium on Probabilistic Methods in Atmospheric and Water Sciences (3 days), with K. Haman and B. Jakubiak.


PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES:
Around 80 invited presentations at international conferences.

Selected plenary talks at the following congresses and meetings:
  • New Delhi 1977 (Congress of International Statistical Institute)
  • Bonn 1979 (Bad Honnef Conference on Stochastic Systems)
  • Warsaw 1983 (International Congress of Mathematicians - 45 minute address)
  • Rome 1988 (17th Conference on Stochastic Processes and Applications)
  • Cracow 1991 (GAMM Conference on Applications of Mathematics)
  • Jena 1996 (Congress of German Mathematicians)
  • Amsterdam 1999 (Academy of the Netherlands Colloquium on Infinite dimensional stochastic systems)
  • Chicago 2003 (CBMS/NSF Regional Conference on Stochastic Partial Differential Equations).