Prof. Andrzej Grzegorz Chmielewski, D.Sc., Ph.D.
Andrzej Grzegorz Chmielewski graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology in 1967 where he obtained his Ph.D.
(1974) in chemistry and D.Sc. (1984) in chemical engineering. He was appointed Titular Professor in 1992. Nine Ph.D.
theses and 28 M.Sc. diploma theses were performed under his supervision. In 1967-1983 he was employed at
the Warsaw University of Technology (Institute of Process and Chemical Engineering). In 1976-1977 he worked as Postdoc.
Res. Assoc. at the Chemistry Department, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA. In the period 2003-2005 he
was employed by International Atomic Energy Agency, Department of Sciences and Applications, Vienna,
Austria as supervisor of scientific and technical programs in the field of radiation technology.
China, Shanghai 1995
Since 1983 he has been working at the Institute of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology, at the beginning as
Head of the Department and since 1986 till 2001 as Scientific Director of the Institute. Recently he is a Head of
the Department at the Institute and holds position of the Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology
(Department of Chemical and Process Engineering). He is a Director of Eco-nukleon Center of Excellence.
He has lectured at University of Sao Paulo, Brazil; University of Science and Technology, Hefei, China and at
UNDP courses in Japan, Saudi Arabia, China, Egypt, Ghana, Syria, and Poland (where he served as Course Director).
He served as UN expert to China, the Philippines, Iran, Brazil, Ukraine, Chile, Tunisia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Malaysia,
Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, India, Cuba, Argentina, Moldova and South Korea. He is the author and co-author of over
100 papers, four textbooks and monographies, and over 50 patents (including patents in the USA (3), Germany (2),
Canada, Japan, China, Russia, Ukraine).
He presented over 100 papers at scientific, national and international conferences.
Many of the invented solutions were implemented in industry. Among them new type wastewater equalizer-clarifier
constructed at the biggest Polish refinery Orlen, Płock (distinction in the Master of Technology Contest, Main Technical Organization, Warsaw, 1998; bronze medal, Eureka, Brussels, 1995 and silver medal, Innovations, Gdynia, 1999) and the installation for electron beam flue gas purification from SO2 and NOx for 100 MWe block at EPS Pomorzany, Szczecin (gold medal with jury distinction, Eureka, Brussels, 1995). In 1999 he was awarded with the title "Engineer of the year" by prestigious Polish professional journal "Technical Review". He has been a member of Polish Engineering Academy since 2003. In 2005 IAEA DDG distinguished him with merit award for outstanding teamwork.