Main Authors
Prof. Wojciech Gwarek
Wojciech Gwarek graduated in 1970 from the Faculty of Electronics, Warsaw University of Technology, where he has been employed since. In 1973-74 he did postgraduate course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA, (Center for Advanced Engineering Study) and received M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering. In 1977 he received his Ph.D. (honors) at the Warsaw University of Technology, and in 1988 became Associate Professor. He is a Full Professor since 1994. His academic activities included co-operation with several foreign institutions in USA, France, and Germany. In 1992-93 he was a co-organizer of the Franco-Polish School of New Information and Telecommunication Technologies in Poznan, directing the Electronics and Physics department there. He is co-author of "The Theory of Electromagnetic Field" (WNT 1978, 1985,1990) - a textbook used by most Polish universities. Professor Gwarek's specialized field is microwave technology and electromagnetic theory. Since 1984 he has been concentrating on the time domain computational electromagnetics.  He is a worldwide recognized expert on microwave technology and computational electrodynamics. His industrial consulting activity included cooperation with many leading companies on the global market. The achievements in this domain brought him the rank of Fellow of the IEEE (2001). In the years 2003-2005 he served as an IEEE Distinguished Microwave Lecturer. He is author of over 250 publications, mainly on electromagnetic modelling, including frequently quoted publications for the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques. In 2011 he received the prestigious IEEE Microwave Pioneer Award delivered to the authors of publications fundamental to the domain of microwaves as seen from the time perspective of more than 20 years. He has been serving as a reviewer for many leading journals and many international symposia. Wojciech Gwarek is co-author of QuickWave software, co-founder and vice-president of QWED.
Dr. Malgorzata Celuch
Malgorzata Celuch received International Baccalaureate (honours) at the United World College of the Atlantic, UK. She then graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology, receiving M.Sc. (honours) and Ph.D. (honours) in 1988 and 1996, respectively. Since 1996 she has been Assistant Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology. Her main fields of research are electromagnetic modelling of microwave circuits and numerical methods for computational electromagnetics, including conformal FDTD methods, higher- order modelling of media interfaces, new applications of FDTD with enthalpy-dependent material parameters, and frequency-domain parameter extraction from FDTD simulations.
Dr. Celuch is author of over 120 publications including 18 journal papers (6 in the IEEE series). She has acted as reviewer for IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, Journal of Microwave Power and Electromagnetic Energy, Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal, IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Magazine, International Journal of Infrared and Millimeter Waves, Physica Status Solidi B,  Computer Physics Communications, and Wydawnictwa Komunikacji i Lacznosci. She is TPC member of IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium since 2002, Microwave Materials and Applications Conference MMA-2010, and  ANTEM 2010. She has been invited speaker, session organiser, and session chair at numerous conferences. Since 2008, she has acted as expert for the European Commission.
Dr. Celuch is IEEE member and served as co-chair of IEEE AES/AP/MTT Joint Chapter, Section Poland, in 2007-2008. She is founding member of Polish UWC Association (Towarzystwo Szkól Zjednoczonego Swiata im. prof. Pawla Czartoryskiego,
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Malgorzata Celuch is co-author of QuickWave software, co-founder and President of QWED.
Dr. Maciej Sypniewski
Maciej Sypniewski received M.Sc. (1983) and Ph.D. (1996) degrees at the Institute of Radioelectronics, Warsaw University of Technology, where he has been working since 1983 and is at present Assistant Professor. He is author and co-author of two patents and some 35 scientific publications, including contributions to international papers like IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation and Electronics Letters. As an academic lecturer and M.Sc. supervisor he teaches operational systems, computer science, computer programming, electromagnetic field theory, and microwave techniques. Being an expert on measurement systems, he has produced microwave switched reflectometers as a part of his Ph.D., the quartz generator system, and subtitling instruments for the TV in Poland. He currently has worked on computerised measurement systems, data acquisition, and CAD. Maciej Sypniewski is co-author of QuickWave software and co-founder of QWED. His special contributions and responsibilities include the programming aspects of QW-Simulator and multithreaded versions of the software.
Dr. Andrzej Wieckowski
Andrzej Wieckowski received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in electronics at the Warsaw University of Technology in 1970 and 1980, respectively. Since 1981 he has been Assistant Professor at the Institute of Radioelectronics. His research comprises microwave circuits and elements, measurements of semiconductor devices and computer aided analysis of networks, leading to some thirty publications (including journal papers in e.g. Electronics Letters) and three patents. In 1991 and 1993 he worked on projects for Forschungsgesllschaft Fur Informationstechnik GmbH in Bad Salzdetfurth, Germany, developing software for characterisation of antenna patterns. As an academic lecturer and M.Sc. supervisor, he conducts classes on computer science, programming techniques, microwave techniques, electromagnetic field theory, and antennas. He is also an experienced system analyst, skilled in computer graphics and image processing, where his activities go back to the pioneer years (cooperation with TV: subtitling). Andrzej Wieckowski is co-author of QuickWave software and co-founder of QWED. His special contributions and responsibilities include the graphical user interface: he is the main author of QW-Editor and CAD converters.