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  1. Ratajczak, Prof. Henryk

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    Home; Fellowship. Fellow Profile. Elected: 1992 Honorary. Ratajczak, Prof. Henryk. Date of birth: 30 September 1932. Address: Vice President, Faculty of Chemistry, University of Wroclaw, 14, Joliet-Curie Street, 50-383 Wroclaw, Poland Contact: Office: (+48-71) 375 73 18. Residence: (+48-71) 351 98 99. Fax: (+48-71) 328 ...

  2. Henryk Samsonowicz 80 / Raimo Pullat

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    Pullat, Raimo, 1935-

    2011-01-01

    Henryk Samsonowicz on tuntud kui Poola linnade ajaloo üldkäsitluste toimetaja. Teise põlve ajaloolane, medievist. Teise maailmasõja ajal oli juubilar vastupanuliikumise Metsikud Kassid asejuht. Tema õpilane on ka Poola president B. Komorowski. Henryk Samosnowiczi üks peamisi huvivaldkondi on hansakaubandus

  3. Trace element concentration in soils and plants in the vicinity of Miduk copper mine

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    Farid Moore

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Introduction High concentrations of metals are usually encountered in surface soil and vegetation in areas affected by mining activity (Liu et al., 2006. Different distribution of elements in chemical fractions result in different bioavailability; therefore knowledge of the total content of an element in soil is not a sufficient criterion to estimate the environmental implications of trace metal presence (Maiz et al., 2000. Sequential extraction analysis gives information on the element distribution among different phases of soil. Several schemes of sequential extraction are used for the determination of commonly distinguished metal species, which are in general: (1 easily exchangeable or water soluble; (2 specifically sorbed; e.g., by carbonates or phosphates; (3 organically bound; (4 occluded by Fe-Mn oxides and hydroxides; and (5 structurally bound in minerals or residual (Kabata-Pendias and Mukherjee, 2007. The main objectives of this study are: (1 to describe the distribution pattern of elements in rocks and soils of the Miduk area; (2 to assess the fractionation of elements in soil and the mining impact on the mobility of trace elements; (3 to investigate the uptake of analyzed elements by selected indigenous plant species. Materials and Methods In this study, 32 soil samples at two depths (0-5 cm and 15-20 cm, were analyzed for total concentration of 45 elements. In order to assess the possible bioaccumulation of the elements, the roots and the overground parts of 3 plant species (Astragalus-Fabaceae, Acanthophyllum -Caryophyllaceae, Artemisia -Asteraceae were also collected and analyzed. Enrichment factors (EFs were calculated to assess whether the concentrations observed represent background or contaminated levels. The Tessier et al. method (Tessier et al., 1979 was chosen for sequential extraction of 6 subsoil samples. Correlation analysis was used to examine the relationship between the analyzed elements in soil. The plant’s ability

  4. The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland, - Annual Report 2001

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    Brzezicka, B.; Erbel, D.; Krygowska-Doniec, M.; Mazur, J.; Styczen, J.; Zajac, W.

    2002-01-01

    In the presented report the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics (INP) in year of 2001 are described. The report consist of 24 parts in which the activities of different Institute Departments and Divisions are presented and additional section which contain the lists of personnel. A summary of the INP activities are briefly presented in ''Overview'' written by INP director prof. A. Budzanowski. At the end of the document the list of published papers is added

  5. The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Cracow, Poland - Annual Report 2003

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    Erbel, D.; Krygowska-Doniec, M.; Zajac, W.

    2003-01-01

    In the presented report the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics (INP) in year of 2003 are described. The report consist of 20 parts in which the activities of different Institute Departments and Divisions are presented and additional section which contain the lists of personnel. A summary of the INP activities are briefly presented in ''Overview'' written by INP director prof. A. Budzanowski. At the end of the document the list of published papers is added

  6. Henryk Uziębło's heraldic decoration in the chapter house in Wawel

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    Józef Marecki

    1998-12-01

    Full Text Available Henryk Uziembło (27 February 1879 – 3 May 1945 was one of the creators of modern decorative art; he also made graphics. From 1922 to the outbreak of World War II he was a lecturer at the Institute of Fine Arts in Krakow. He designed polychromes, stained glass windows and mosaics, book bindings, posters and made oil paintings. He is the author of the decorations of the wall of the Wawel chapter house.

  7. The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland - Annual Report 1999

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    Brzezicka, B.; Dryzek, E.; Erbel, D.; Freindl, L.; Krygowska-Doniec, M.; Rybicka, M.; Sawicki, P.; Styczen, J.; Wojciechowski, J.

    2000-01-01

    In the presented report the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics (INP) in year of 1999 are described. The report consist of 24 parts in which the activities of different Institute Departments and Divisions are presented and additional section which contain the lists of personnel. A summary of the INP activities are briefly presented in ''Overview'' written by INP director prof. A. Budzanowski

  8. The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland - Annual Report 1998

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    Brzezicka, B; Dryzek, E; Erbel, D; Freindl, L; Krygowska-Doniec, M; Stopa, P; Styczen, J; Wojciechowski, J [eds.

    1999-07-01

    In the presented report the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in year of 1998 are described. The report consist of 24 parts in which the activities of different Institute Departments and Divisions are presented and additional section which contain the lists of personnel. A summary of the (INP) activities are briefly presented in ''Overview'' written by INP director prof. A. Budzanowski.

  9. The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland - Annual Report 1999

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    Brzezicka, B; Dryzek, E; Erbel, D; Freindl, L; Krygowska-Doniec, M; Rybicka, M; Sawicki, P; Styczen, J; Wojciechowski, J [eds.

    2000-07-01

    In the presented report the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics (INP) in year of 1999 are described. The report consist of 24 parts in which the activities of different Institute Departments and Divisions are presented and additional section which contain the lists of personnel. A summary of the INP activities are briefly presented in ''Overview'' written by INP director prof. A. Budzanowski.

  10. The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland, - Annual Report 2001

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    Brzezicka, B; Erbel, D; Krygowska-Doniec, M; Mazur, J; Styczen, J; Zajac, W [eds.

    2002-07-01

    In the presented report the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics (INP) in year of 2001 are described. The report consist of 24 parts in which the activities of different Institute Departments and Divisions are presented and additional section which contain the lists of personnel. A summary of the INP activities are briefly presented in ''Overview'' written by INP director prof. A. Budzanowski. At the end of the document the list of published papers is added.

  11. The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cracow, Poland - Annual Report 1998

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    Brzezicka, B.; Dryzek, E.; Erbel, D.; Freindl, L.; Krygowska-Doniec, M.; Stopa, P.; Styczen, J.; Wojciechowski, J.

    1999-01-01

    In the presented report the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in year of 1998 are described. The report consist of 24 parts in which the activities of different Institute Departments and Divisions are presented and additional section which contain the lists of personnel. A summary of the (INP) activities are briefly presented in ''Overview'' written by INP director prof. A. Budzanowski

  12. INFLUENCE OF ILLEGAL WASTE DUMPING SITES OF NORTH-WEST PART OF BARLINEK COMMUNITY ON HEAVY METALS CONTENT IN SOILS

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    Kamil Szydłowski

    2017-02-01

    Full Text Available The in-depth analysis of the soil samples study included 6 from 17 catalogued illegal waste dumps localized in the Barlinek Commune (Gmina Barlinek area. The samples were taken from the middle part of each waste dump and at 5 meter distance toward north and south directions. In the collected material the pH values and concentration of lead, zinc, cadmium, cobalt, manganese, nickel, chromium, iron, copper and mercury were determined. The results of laboratory analysis were compared with current standards (Regulation of the Minister of Environment from 9th September 2002 on soil quality standards and quality standards of soil - Journal of Laws 2002 No 165, item 1359 and with the soils classification by the content of trace elements, according to Kabata-Pendias et al. The reason of diversified content of heavy metals in the collected soils samples from different waste dumps is various morphological composition of deposited waste. Nonetheless, waste landfilled on illegal dumps were not significantly influencing the levels of soil contamination with heavy metals. The concentration of Hg, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Mn, Ni, Pb, Zn, Fe qualifies those soils to geochemical natural levels of heavy metals content. Nevertheless, cadmium was the element, which concentration were most often (21 times exceeded.

  13. Henryk Grossmann 2.0: A Critique of Paul Mason’s Book “PostCapitalism: A Guide to Our Future”

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    Christian Fuchs

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available This article reviews Paul Mason’s book “PostCapitalism: A Guide to Our Future”. It discusses Mason’s version of long wave theory, the book’s interpretation of Karl Marx, its analysis of the Grundrisse’s “Fragment on Machines”, and aspects of political struggles and societal change. The conclusion is that Paul Mason is digital Marxism’s Henryk Grossmann 2.0.

  14. Mapping of Polar Areas Based on High-Resolution Satellite Images: The Example of the Henryk Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station

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    Kurczyński, Zdzisław; Różycki, Sebastian; Bylina, Paweł

    2017-12-01

    To produce orthophotomaps or digital elevation models, the most commonly used method is photogrammetric measurement. However, the use of aerial images is not easy in polar regions for logistical reasons. In these areas, remote sensing data acquired from satellite systems is much more useful. This paper presents the basic technical requirements of different products which can be obtain (in particular orthoimages and digital elevation model (DEM)) using Very-High-Resolution Satellite (VHRS) images. The study area was situated in the vicinity of the Henryk Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station on the Western Shore of Admiralty Bay, King George Island, Western Antarctic. Image processing was applied on two triplets of images acquired by the Pléiades 1A and 1B in March 2013. The results of the generation of orthoimages from the Pléiades systems without control points showed that the proposed method can achieve Root Mean Squared Error (RMSE) of 3-9 m. The presented Pléiades images are useful for thematic remote sensing analysis and processing of measurements. Using satellite images to produce remote sensing products for polar regions is highly beneficial and reliable and compares well with more expensive airborne photographs or field surveys.

  15. The Cracow’s pious laymen or Beghard heretics? From the study on the 14th century Tractatus contra beghardos by Henryk Harrer

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    Tomasz Gałuszka

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available Tractatus contra beghardos written by a Chech Dominican Henryk Harrer is a masterpiece of exceptional value for both historians of the medieval heterodox movements as well as for scholars interested in the history of theology and law in the 14th century. The treaty was commissioned by Cracow Dominicans in the years 1328 to 1334. Commissioning the treaty to Henryk Harrer, a stranger expert from the Prague monastery of St. Clemens was dictated by a series of controversies among Cracow clergy around the judgement of conduct of a certain group of people whose religious practices and a way of life stood out from the rest of the congregation. Undertaking the task of writing the treaty Henryk Harrer based his work around three charges pressed against the suspected of heresy: breaking off the Church and establishing an illegal organization (singularitas vite; corrupted attitude towards recognized religious practices (contemptibilitas sacramenti eucharistiae; numerous flaws and perverse disposition (pertinax voluntas. Not only did Harrer decide to comment on all aspects of life of central figures of Contra beghardos but he also honestly mentioned all arguments he was not able to undermine. Despite these objective difficulties, the Czech Dominican was certain that the expertise he came up with was sufficient to link the lay movement with the sect of Beghard Heretics. The author of this study proved that, contrary to Harrer’s keen intention, his Tractatus contra beghardos does not unambiguously show heresy in the Cracow diocese. What is more, the reader, instead of indictment against the conduct of a group of laymen paradoxically received a confirmation of their innocence and orthodoxy. In the light of analysis of the text Contra beghardos, the claim that Beghard Heretics from Harrer’s work turn out to be pious layman, living in communion with the Church, seems to be fully substantiated. Of course their way of life and the practice of asceticism made

  16. Hg contents in soils and olive-tree (Olea Europea, L.) leaves from an area affected by elemental mercury pollution (Jódar, SE Spain).

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    López-Berdonces, Miguel Angel; María Esbrí, José; Amorós, José Angel; Lorenzo, Saturnino; Fernández-Calderón, Sergio; Higueras, Pablo; Perez-de-los-Reyes, Caridad

    2014-05-01

    Data from soil and olive tree leaves around a decommissioned chlor-alkali plant are presented in this communication. The factory was active in the period 1977-1991, producing during these years a heavily pollution of Guadalquivir River and hydrargyrism in more than local 45 workers. It is located at 7 km South of Jódar, a locality with some 12,120 inhabitants. Mercury usage was general in this type of plants, but at present it is being replaced by other types of technologies, due to the risks of mercury usage in personal and environment. A soil geochemistry survey was carried out in the area, along with the analysis of olive-tree leaves (in the plots with this culture) from the same area. 73 soil samples were taken at two different depths (0-15 cm and 15-30 cm), together with 41 olive tree samples. Mercury content of geologic and biologic samples was determined by means of Atomic Absorption Spectrometry with Zeeman Effect, using a Lumex RA-915+ device with the RP-91C pyrolysis attachment. Air surveys were carried our using a RA-915M Lumex portable analytical device. Soil mercury contents were higher in topsoil than in the deeper soil samples, indicating that incorporation of mercury was due to dry and wet deposition of mercury vapors emitted from the plant. Average content in topsoil is 564.5 ng g-1. Hg contents in olive-tree leaves were in the range 46 - 453 ng g-1, with an average of 160.6 ng g-1. This level is slightly lower than tolerable level for agronomic crops established by Kabata-Pendias (2001) in 200 ng g-1. We have also compared soil and leaf contents for each sampling site, finding a positive and significant correlation (R=0.49), indicating that Hg contents in the leaves are linked to Hg contents in the soils. BAC (Bioaccumulation Absorption Coefficient, calculated as ratio between soil and leaf concentration) is 0.28 (consistent with world references, BAC = 0.7), considered "medium" in comparison with other mineral elements. Main conclusions of this

  17. Malgorzata Kasperska Henryk Bunka

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    1995-12-31

    The MarCo Engineering Company Ltd. has its registered seat at Gdynia and was established in 1990. We are the exclusive representative for Poland of the world`s renowned manufacturers of heat distribution network products; Through six subsidiaries (Gdynia, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Cracow, Gliwice and Lublin) and our dealers` network all over Poland the following products and services are offered: (1) automatic control systems for heating and air conditioning; (2) a supervisory remote control system for heat distribution centers; (3) compensating devices for central heating and household hot water installations; (4) radiator thermostatic valves; (5) Meinecke water meters; (6) thermal energy counters; (6) a remote calorimeter data reading system SIOX; (7) an electronic central heating costs sharing system - GT-15; (8) compact thermal stations; and (9) compact and pipe exchangers. The modern, high standard devices offered have achieved much success on the Polish market.

  18. Europa : Landschaft mit Stadt / Henryk Samsonowicz

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    Samsonowicz, Henryk

    2005-01-01

    Alates 8. sajandist hakkasid kirjutajad huvi tundma võõraste (väljaspool Roomat asuvate) maade vastu. Euroopa kaardile jõudsid linnad alles teise aastatuhande esimese kahe sajandi jooksul. Ida-Euroopa linnad lülitati geograafilisse kaanonisse 13.-14. sajandil

  19. Contamination assessment of heavy metals in the soils around Khouzestan Steel Company (KSC (Ni, Mn, Pb, Fe, Zn, Cr

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    Fatemeh hormozi Nejad

    2017-02-01

    the elements seems to be controlled by parent rocks and human activities. Cr was individually included in the PC3 whith 15.82% of the total variance. The distribution of Cr in the studied soils confirmed that it was derived from the parent materials of soil. Results The highest concentrations were found at soil samples 4 and 12. Comparison of heavy metals concentration with unpolluted soil standard indicated that, concentrations of Cr, Zn, Fe, Ni and Pb is higher than that of unpolluted soil standard. In general, Manganese, Chromium, Zinc and Lead are the most important elements that are found in emissions of steel plants. The soil samples near the steel plant and downwind direction have much higher pollution level. The results showed that Mn, Pb and Zn is related to human activity and Cr have geogenic source and Fe and Ni have both geogenic and anthropogenic source in the study area in the city of Ahwaz. Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the vice-chancellor for research and technology of Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz for financial support. References Chopin, E.I.B. and Alloway, B.j., 2007. Distribution and Mobility of Trace Element in Soil and Vegetation Around the Mining and Smelting Areas Of Tharsis, Riotinto and Hulelva, Iberian Pyrite Belt, SW Spain. Water Air Soil pollution, 182(1-4: 245-261. Kabata-Pendias, A. and Mukherjee, A.B., 2007. Trace Elements from soil to Human. Springer, Berlin, 550 pp. Moyes, J., 2011. The soil texture wizard: In: J. Lemon and B. Bolker (Editors, R functions for plotting, classifying, transforming and exploring soil texture data. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden, pp. 11-47.

  20. Cambios y readaptaciones en la estructura urbana de un poblado fortificado: el caso del Castro de Pendia, Boal (Asturias

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    RODRÍGUEZ DEL CUETO, F.

    2013-01-01

    dataciones absolutas resultado de las excavaciones realizas por el Plan Arqueológico Navia-Eo. A su vez, se tratan la posible funcionalidad de los espacios analizados y la más que probable organización entre la comunidad de habitantes del poblado y otras entidades, que hizo viable todos esos cambios.

  1. 75 FR 43807 - Airworthiness Directives; Zaklad Szybo wcowy “Jeżów” Henryk Mynarski Model PW-6U Sailplanes

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    2010-07-27

    ...: Cracks on the lug of the rear attachment fitting of the horizontal stabilizer have been detected during..., Kansas City, Missouri 64106; telephone: (816) 329-4130; fax: (816) 329-4090. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION... lug of the rear attachment fitting of the horizontal stabilizer have been detected during the...

  2. İKİ POLONYALI GRAFİK TASARIMCI-HENRYK TOMASZEWSKI VE FRANCİSZEK STAROWİEYSKİ-ÖRNEĞİNDE II. DÜNYA SAVAŞI SONRASI TİYATRO AFİŞLERİ/THEATRE POSTERS AFTER THE SECOND WORLD WAR FROM TWO POLISH GRAPHIC DESIGNERS -HENRYK TOMASZEWSKI VE FRANCISZEK STAROWIEYSKI-A

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    Gümüştekin, Nuray

    2012-01-01

    ÖZETBu araştırmanın amacı, grafik tasarım tarihinde, tasarımcılarının az rastlanır bir fırsata sahip olduğu Polonya’da afiş tasarımcılarının, tiyatro afiş tasarımlarını içerik ve renk boyutunda incelemektir. Polonya’nın bu anlamda ayrıcalıklı bir yere sahip olması bu araştırmanın yapılmasında oldukça etkili olmuştur. Araştırmanın içeriğinde tiyatro sanatına eklenen afiş bir grafik tasarım ürünü olarak kendi değerleri içinde aç...

  3. BBC võttis Eestis üles materjali Arvo Pärdi dokfilmi jaoks / Andres Laasik

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    Laasik, Andres, 1960-2016

    2009-01-01

    BBC klassikalise muusika osakond teeb filmi klassikaliste heliloojate sarja jaoks. A. Pärdi kõrval käsitletakse filmis ka poola heliloojat Henryk Goreckit. Filmi režissöör on Simon Broughton ja moderaator tuntud näitleja Simon Russell-Beale

  4. 27 November 2014 - Warsaw University of Technology (PL) Vice-Rector for Research R. Bacewicz visitng the ALICE control room and undergorund experimental area with WUT students, accompanied by A. Charkiewicz and A. Siemko; joint signature ceremony with HNINP Director-General M. Jezabek

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    Guillaume, Jeanneret

    2014-01-01

    CERN-PHOTO-201411-245-95: from left to right: Professor D.Sc.Ph.D. Rajmund Bacewicz, Vice-Rector for Research, Warsaw University of Technology, CERN Director-General R. Heuer and Prof. Marek Jeżabek, Director-General, Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Republic of Poland

  5. Very forward calorimeters readout and machine interface

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    The paper describes the requirements for the readout electronics and DAQ for the instrumentation of the forward region of the future detector at the international linear collider. The preliminary design is discussed. Author Affiliations. Wojciech Wierba1 on behalf of the FCAL Collaboration. The Henryk Niewodniczański ...

  6. Działalność akademicka Henryka Batowskiego we Lwowie (1925-1927

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    Sebastian Grudzień

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Henryk Batowski’s academic activity in Lvov (1925-1927The article is a contribution to the biography of an eminent Polish historian and Slavist Henryk Batowski (1907-1999. It presents his academic activity from sum- mer of 1925 until autumn of 1927. Atthattime he was studying philology atthe John Casimir University in Lvov. Batowski became a leader of several Polish student associations. Ali of them were under the influence of the National Democratic Youth. He took part in works of few other, non-academic societies, most of which were connected to Slav cooperation, the idea to which Batowski paid great attention. Neither Józef Piłsudski’s ruling camp nor an anti-government student community of Lvov were supporting Batowski’s favorite ideas.

  7. Annual report 1991

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    Broda, R; Lesniak, L; Malecki, P; Stachura, Z; Wojciechowski, H [eds.

    1993-12-31

    The material presented describing the scientific activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1991 is the first annual report in several years.The arrangement of the report from various departments reflect the present structure of the Institute and is meant to help in the future task of reconstructing the Institute. Few guidelines proposed by the editorial board gave the individual departments much freedom in selecting the material and choosing the volume and format of presentation. (author).

  8. Annual report 1991

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    Broda, R.; Lesniak, L.; Malecki, P.; Stachura, Z.; Wojciechowski, H.

    1992-01-01

    The material presented describing the scientific activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1991 is the first annual report in several years.The arrangement of the report from various departments reflect the present structure of the Institute and is meant to help in the future task of reconstructing the Institute. Few guidelines proposed by the editorial board gave the individual departments much freedom in selecting the material and choosing the volume and format of presentation. (author)

  9. Annual report 1991

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    Broda, R.; Lesniak, L.; Malecki, P.; Stachura, Z.; Wojciechowski, H. [eds.

    1992-12-31

    The material presented describing the scientific activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1991 is the first annual report in several years.The arrangement of the report from various departments reflect the present structure of the Institute and is meant to help in the future task of reconstructing the Institute. Few guidelines proposed by the editorial board gave the individual departments much freedom in selecting the material and choosing the volume and format of presentation. (author).

  10. PREFACE: Joint European Magnetic Symposia - JEMS 2010

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    Spałek, Jozef

    2011-07-01

    Conference banner The Joint European Magnetic Symposia JEMS 2010 took place in the complex Auditorium Maximum of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland, between 23-28 August 2010. It followed the series of the conferences in Grenoble (2001), Dresden (2004), San Sebastian (2006), and Dublin (2008). The next Symposia will be held in 2012 in Parma (Italy). The Symposia cover a broad range of aspects of magnetism and magnetic materials, as well as providing a forum for the magnetism community to discuss new concepts, properties, and developments in all branches of fundamental and applied magnetism. The JEMS 2010 Symposia were organized by the Institute of Physics of Jagiellonian University, in cooperation with AGH University of Science and Technology (Kraków), Cracow University of Technology, Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Kraków, and the Silesian University in Katowice. I thank the Local Committee, and in particular Professor Krzysztof Tomala, for their hard work long before, during, and after the Conference. We dedicate this volume to Professor Henryk Szymczak from the Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences for his long lasting service to the magnetism community and the organizational effort in bringing this Conference to our community. Thank you Henryk! The Conference contained Plenary Sessions and 16 Symposia, which are listed below. Most of them had two chairpersons (also listed), one from abroad and one from Poland. I believe that a collective chairmanship of the Symposia is very helpful in both their organization, as well as in the reviewing process of the papers submitted to the Conference Proceedings. I would like to cordially thank all the persons listed below, who have contributed enormously to the success of our meeting. The Proceedings comprises 116 invited and contributed papers. I thank the Co-editors for their continuing work long after the Conference. Arrivederci in Parma! Jozef Spa

  11. Annual report 1993

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    Bartke, J.; Erbel, D.; Fornal, B.; Friendl, L.; Grebosz, J.; Krygowska-Doniec, M.; Malecki, P.; Waligorski, M.; Wojciechowski, H.

    1994-01-01

    The material presented describing the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1993. The main directions of scientific investigation were: elementary particle physics, nuclear reaction end nuclear spectroscopy, physics of condensed matter applying nuclear methods, theoretical physics, nuclear geophysics and hydrology, radiobiology, radiochemistry, nuclear methods including NMR imaging, environmental studies with nuclear and nonnuclear methods, TLD dosimetry and several technical enterprises, such as the construction of particle accelerators, semiconductor detectors for low, intermediate and high energy physics, ion implantation and development of computer networks for scientific purposes

  12. Krytyka dziewiętnastowiecznego rozumu. Źródła i konteksty Pałuby Karola Irzykowskiego

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    Jauksz, Marcin

    2010-01-01

    Wydział Filologii Polskiej i Klasycznej: Instytut Filologii Polskiej The author interprets one of the crucial novels of the Young Poland in the context of prominent nineteenth and twentieth century literary works in order to show its prominent aspect – the fact of its being a document of its author experience. Due to the setting of The Hag alongside the literary pieces of Henryk Sienkiewicz, Stendhal, Stanisław Brzozowski, Edgar Alan Poe, Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer and Wacław Berent and t...

  13. Annual report 1993

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    Bartke, J; Erbel, D; Fornal, B; Friendl, L; Grebosz, J; Krygowska-Doniec, M; Malecki, P; Waligorski, M; Wojciechowski, H [eds.

    1994-12-31

    The material presented describing the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1993. The main directions of scientific investigation were: elementary particle physics, nuclear reaction end nuclear spectroscopy, physics of condensed matter applying nuclear methods, theoretical physics, nuclear geophysics and hydrology, radiobiology, radiochemistry, nuclear methods including NMR imaging, environmental studies with nuclear and nonnuclear methods, TLD dosimetry and several technical enterprises, such as the construction of particle accelerators, semiconductor detectors for low, intermediate and high energy physics, ion implantation and development of computer networks for scientific purposes.

  14. Poland at CERN

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    2000-01-01

    On 17 October 2000, the second Polish industrial and technological exhibition opens at CERN*. The first one was held five years ago and nine of the companies that were present then have come back again this year. Six of those companies were awarded contracts with CERN in 1995. Three Polish officials were present at the Opening Ceremony today: Mrs Malgorzata Kozlowska, Under-secretary of State in the State Committee for Scientific Research, Mr Henryk Ogryczak, Under-secretary of State in Ministry of Economy and Prof. Jerzy Niewodniczanski, President of National Atomic Energy Agency.

  15. Bagatellid : maailm / Nele-Eva Steinfeld, Ivo Heinloo

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    Steinfeld, Nele-Eva

    2010-01-01

    Lühisõnumaid maailmast: Vene pianist Julianna Avdejeva saavutas XVI rahvusvahelisel Chopini konkursil Varssavis võidu. Suri poola helilooja Henryk Mikolaj Gorecki. Daniel Barenboimi 60 lava-aastat. Suri dirigent ja vioolamängija Rudolf Baršai. Kitarrilegend Sonny Sharrock sai oma kodulinnas enda nimelise tänava. 23. Thelonious Monki nimelise jazzkonkursi võitis Cecile McLorin Salvant. Youn Sun Nah Prantsuse müügiedetabeli tipus. Ansamblil Jamiroquai ilmus uus plaat. Suri saksofonist Marion Brown

  16. Z dziejów akcji antykomunistycznej w Polsce : miesięcznik "Walka z Bolszewizmem" w latach 1927-1931

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    Arkadiusz Meller

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Critical reflections over marxist ideology, and especially political system in the USSR, were present in the polish political thought in the first half of the XXth century, due to publications, among others, by Adam Krzyżanowski, Stanisław Mackiewicz or Marian Zdziechowski. An important role in spreading anti-communist ideas played magazine “Fight with bolshevism” established in 1927 by Henryk Glass. The main task of the editorial board was to inform the Polish nation about the threats coming out from communism. To fulfill this task, magazine published official papers of the Communist International, communist parties, soviet government etc., along with some communist confidential materials. “Fight with bolshevism” used all possible means to warn the society of the danger coming from the east. The author talks over the most important problems and topics took up by the magazine, as well as the social undertakings supported by it.

  17. Annual report 1994

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    Bartke, J.; Erbel, D.; Freindl, L.; Krupinski, W.; Krygowska-Doniec, M.; Lekki, J.; Malecki, P.; Wojciechowski, H. [eds.

    1995-12-31

    The material presented describes the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1993. The main directions of scientific investigation were: nuclear reaction, nuclear spectroscopy, physics of condensed matter applying nuclear methods, theoretical physics, high energy physics, environmental and radiation transport physics, radiation and environmental biology, nuclear radio spectroscopy,nuclear physical chemistry, health physic. Technical enterprises, such as the construction of particle accelerators, detectors and electronics for low, intermediate and high energy physics, ion implantation and development of computer networks for scientific purposes. The report consist of 11 sections, each of them describes the activity of one among INP laboratories. Additionally an information as lists of personnel, publications, contributions to conferences, reports, seminars is presented. An introduction written by General Director of INP professor A. Budzanowski is also given.

  18. 23 February 2010 - Polish Under Secretary of State, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, J. Szwed visiting CERN installations with sLHC Project Office T. Kurtyka and Machine Protection and Electrical Integrity Group Leader A. Siemko.

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    Michel Blanc

    2010-01-01

    Tirage 1002023-01: In LHCb experimental area with Machine Protection and Electrical Integrity Group Leader A. Siemko; Mission Counselor M. Cichucka; Counselor to the Minister M. Klimkiewicz, Under Secretary of State J. Szwed; LHCb Collaboration, national group leader, Henryk Niewodniczanski Institut of Nuclear Physics G. Polok, Collaboration Spokesperson A. Golutvin and Delegate to CERN Council A. Zalewska. Tirage 28: Visiting the Computing Centre with IT Department Head F. Hemmer Tirage 49: In CMS Control centre, buiding 354 with Collaboration Spokesperson G. Tonelli and CMS Collaboration, national group leader, University of Warsaw J. Krolikowski. Tirage 62: visiting ALICE exhibition area and counting room with Collaboration Spokesperson J. Schukraft. Tirage 82-99: Under Secretary of State address to the Polish Community Tirage 82: Machine Protection and Electrical Integrity Group Leader A. Siemko Tirage 83: Polish Delegate to CERN Council A. Zalewska. Tirage 85: Directorate Office E. Rondio Tirage 86: ATLA...

  19. “Wildness” as a metaphor for self-definition of the colonised subject in the Positivist period in Poland

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    Anna Kołos

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available This article discusses the question of the Polish nation's self-definition in the Positivist period both in belles-lettres and in journalism, which were dependent to a great extent on the colonial discourse. It is argued that crucial metaphors of “wildness,” “savageness” or “backwardness” stem from orientalising labels created by the colonisers. Examination of this issue requires some basic introduction to historical and anthropological ideas which date back to the Age of Enlightenment. The aim of this paper is to shed light – by analysing literature examples such as Ludwik Powidaj, Cyprian Kamil Norwid, Maria Konopnicka, Eliza Orzeszkowa and Henryk Sienkiewicz – on the so called “colonial trauma” that has condemned the Polish image to resentful ideology. Furthermore, the paper will provide arguments in favour of subscribing to the postcolonial studies in Central and Eastern Europe.

  20. The New Edition of Chopin’s Correspondence

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    Helman-Bednarczyk Zofia

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Some of Fryderyk Chopin’s letters were published individually or in groups already in the 2nd half of the 19th century. With the passage of time, more letters from and to Chopin were printed in monographs dedicated to his life and work. The first editions of Chopin’s collected letters come from the 1st half of the 20th century (by Scharlitt and von Guttry in Germany, Henryk Opieński – in Poland. B.E. Sydow’s Fryderyk Chopin’s Correspondence of 1955 continues to be used as the basic source edition by Chopin biographers. It has many strong points, but has become largely outdated.

  1. Annual report 1994

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    Bartke, J; Erbel, D; Freindl, L; Krupinski, W; Krygowska-Doniec, M; Lekki, J; Malecki, P; Wojciechowski, H [eds.

    1996-12-31

    The material presented describes the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1993. The main directions of scientific investigation were: nuclear reaction, nuclear spectroscopy, physics of condensed matter applying nuclear methods, theoretical physics, high energy physics, environmental and radiation transport physics, radiation and environmental biology, nuclear radio spectroscopy,nuclear physical chemistry, health physic. Technical enterprises, such as the construction of particle accelerators, detectors and electronics for low, intermediate and high energy physics, ion implantation and development of computer networks for scientific purposes. The report consist of 11 sections, each of them describes the activity of one among INP laboratories. Additionally an information as lists of personnel, publications, contributions to conferences, reports, seminars is presented. An introduction written by General Director of INP professor A. Budzanowski is also given.

  2. Annual report 1994

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    Bartke, J.; Erbel, D.; Freindl, L.; Krupinski, W.; Krygowska-Doniec, M.; Lekki, J.; Malecki, P.; Wojciechowski, H.

    1995-01-01

    The material presented describes the research activities of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in 1993. The main directions of scientific investigation were: nuclear reaction, nuclear spectroscopy, physics of condensed matter applying nuclear methods, theoretical physics, high energy physics, environmental and radiation transport physics, radiation and environmental biology, nuclear radio spectroscopy,nuclear physical chemistry, health physic. Technical enterprises, such as the construction of particle accelerators, detectors and electronics for low, intermediate and high energy physics, ion implantation and development of computer networks for scientific purposes. The report consist of 11 sections, each of them describes the activity of one among INP laboratories. Additionally an information as lists of personnel, publications, contributions to conferences, reports, seminars is presented. An introduction written by General Director of INP professor A. Budzanowski is also given

  3. Polish Industry and Art at CERN

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    2000-01-01

    On 17 October 2000 the second Polish industrial and technological exhibition opened at CERN. The first one was held five years ago and nine of the companies that were present then have come back again this year. Six of those companies were awarded contracts with CERN in 1995. Three Polish officials were present at the Opening Ceremony today: Mrs Malgorzata Kozlowska, Under-secretary of State in the State Committee for Scientific Research, Mr Henryk Ogryczak, Under-secretary of State in Ministry of Economy and Prof. Jerzy Niewodniczanski, President of National Atomic Energy Agency. Professor Luciano Maiani welcomed the Polish delegation to CERN and stressed the important contribution of Polish scientists and industrialists to the work of the laboratory. Director General Luciano Maiani (back left) and head of SPL division Karl-Heinz Kissler (back right) visit the Poland at CERN exhibition… The exhibition offers Polish companies the opportunity to establish professional contacts with CERN. Nineteen companies...

  4. Contribution IFJ PAN to the construction of the Wendelstein 7-X stellarator (2008 - 2009)

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    Blocki, J.; Hajduk, L.; Kotula, J.; Stodulski, M.; Sulek, Z.

    2010-05-01

    The Wendelstein 7-X stellarator is now being assembled at the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physic (IPP), Greifswald, Germany. The Agreement on Cooperation between the Max-Planck-Institut fur Plasmaphysik in Garching and the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow (IFJ PAN) was signed off in 2007. The intention of the agreement is to cover the whole period of the W7-X construction. According to the agreement IFJ PAN has taken over the following tasks: 1. to assembly of the bus bar system powering the superconducting coils of the stellarator; 2. to take part in design of equipment used during handling, transportation and assembly of outer vessels; 3. to manufacture 30 polichromators used for plasma diagnostics. Task No 2 was completed in 2008 while tasks No 1 and 3 are to be continued. (authors)

  5. Objects of consciousness

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    Donald David Hoffman

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Current models of visual perception typically assume that human vision estimates true properties of physical objects, properties that exist even if unperceived. However, recent studies of perceptual evolution, using evolutionary games and genetic algorithms, reveal that natural selection often drives true perceptions to extinction when they compete with perceptions tuned to fitness rather than truth: Perception guides adaptive behavior; it does not estimate a preexisting physical truth. Moreover, shifting from evolutionary biology to quantum physics, there is reason to disbelieve in preexist-ing physical truths: Certain interpretations of quantum theory deny that dynamical properties of physical objects have defi-nite values when unobserved. In some of these interpretations the observer is fundamental, and wave functions are com-pendia of subjective probabilities, not preexisting elements of physical reality. These two considerations, from evolutionary biology and quantum physics, suggest that current models of object perception require fundamental reformulation. Here we begin such a reformulation, starting with a formal model of consciousness that we call a conscious agent. We develop the dynamics of interacting conscious agents, and study how the perception of objects and space-time can emerge from such dynamics. We show that one particular object, the quantum free particle, has a wave function that is identical in form to the harmonic functions that characterize the asymptotic dynamics of conscious agents; particles are vibrations not of strings but of interacting conscious agents. This allows us to reinterpret physical properties such as position, momentum, and energy as properties of interacting conscious agents, rather than as preexisting physical truths. We sketch how this approach might extend to the perception of relativistic quantum objects, and to classical objects of macroscopic scale.

  6. Dziedzictwo Wielkiego Księstwa Litewskiego i Kresów północno-wschodnich w świetle ustaleń językoznawstwa erudycyjnego

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    Katarzyna Węgorowska

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Heritage of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Polish Northeastern Borderlands in the light of erudite linguistics The essay contains reflections on the ways of using erudite linguistics, a young discipline created by me, in the study of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the Polish Northeastern Borderlands. Correlation of linguistic and extralinguistic conclusions (culture, history, art, gemology permits us to look in a new way at many facts of the Polish Northeastern Borderlands that linguists had not been interested in before, such as old Polish Northeastern Borderlands museum artifacts, jewelry of Grand Duchy of Lithuania, icon of Our Lady of the Gate of Dawn, cult of the dead in the Polish Northeastern Borderlands, architecture of the old Vilnius, manor house in Czombrów – the prototype of Soplicowo (the village in Pan Tadeusz epic poem, descriptions of Henryk Poddębski’s daguerreotype images, Vilnius identity of Henryk Szylkin or symbolic-figurative nicknames of Vilnius.   Dziedzictwo Wielkiego Księstwa Litewskiego i Kresów północno-wschodnich w świetle ustaleń językoznawstwa erudycyjnego Szkic jest refleksją o sposobach wykorzystywania stworzonego przeze mnie, kilkunastoletniego zaledwie, językoznawstwa erudycyjnego w badaniach nad problematyką wielkoksiążęcą i północnokresową. Korelacja ustaleń językoznawczych z ustaleniami pozajęzykowymi (kultura, historia, sztuka, gemmologia… pozwoliła na nowe odczytanie wielu kresowych faktów, które nie były dotąd  przedmiotem zainteresowania językoznawców, jak np.: artefakty dawnych północnokresowych muzeów, wielkoksiążęce precjoza, Ikona Ostrobramska, północnokresowy kult zmarłych, architektura dawnego Wilna, prototyp Soplicowa – dwór w Czombrowie, opisy dagerotypów Henryka Poddębskiego, wileńska tożsamość Henryka Szylkina czy symboliczno-metaforyczne nazwy Wilna.

  7. Limnological characterization of freshwater systems of the Thomas Point Oasis (Admiralty Bay, King George Island, West Antarctica)

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    Nędzarek, Arkadiusz; Pociecha, Agnieszka

    2010-12-01

    Hydrochemical research into the small, shallow water bodies and wetland areas around the Henryk Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station (King George Island) is presented. Concentrations of nitrite, nitrate, ammonium, and total nitrogen in these waters were determined, as were those of reactive and total phosphorous, inorganic carbon, organic carbon, total carbon, silicate, and chloride and sulfate ions. Conductivity and pH were also measured. Average concentrations ranged widely, e.g., total nitrogen 0.176-29.21 mg L -1, total phosphorus 0.022-18.35 mg L -1, total carbon 1.38-26.90 mg L -1, Cl - 30.17-850 mg L -1, and SO 42- 2.11-236 mg L -1. The trophic status was influenced by influxes of nitrogen and phosphorus from penguin rookeries. Selected water bodies supported 31 taxa of algae and 11 invertebrate taxa, with Euglenophyta dominating in waters with high concentrations of ammonium-nitrogen, whereas diatoms characterized Lake Wujka, with low ammonium concentrations. All water bodies studied had rotifers, but crustaceans were only represented in Lake Wujka.

  8. Between Connotation and Denotation. Posters Announcing the Warsaw Autumn International Festival of Contemporary Music in 1956-2015

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    Knorowski Mariusz

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available The posters that accompany the successive Warsaw Autumn Festival editions are a unique collection of works, mostly of outstanding quality. One might venture the thesis that their artistic value – living up to the high demands of the topic – exceeds the typical standards of representation characteristic of popular art. Formally speaking, they abandon the conventions of egalitarian iconographic art in favour of a more elite-oriented visual formula, addressed to a competent audience knowledgeable about contemporary music and its qualities. The authors of these WA posters include many artists associated with the Polish school, such as Jan Lenica, Jan Młodożeniec, Julian Pałka, Waldemar Świerzy, Henryk Tomaszewski, and Wojciech Zamecznik. Their graphic representations of the achievements of the musical avant-garde do not, however, situate this poster series within the well-sanctioned canon of the “Polish poster school”, mostly associated with the film and theatre – generally considered as more “democratic” and entertainment-oriented disciplines of art.

  9. Barnkonventionens föregångare. Anteckningar om den polske barnläkaren och pedagogen Janusz Korczak

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    Sven G Hartman

    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available The Polish paediatrician and educationalist Janusz Korczak ( Henryk Goldszmit 1878-1942 is one of the great names in the progressive wave in the decades around the First World War. International interest in Korczak is focusing on his many-sided work as an author, physician, educationalist and advocate of children’s rights. He was also one of the martyrs of the Holocaust. His work is one of the inspirations of the UN Convention on the Rights of Children. This paper focuses on different professional dimensions of educational work as described by Korczak: practice, basic values and educational science. It also deals with Korczak as a typical representative of modernity in medicine and education. Zygmunt Bauman’s view on modernity and Holocaust is applied on Korczak’s work. You can find similarities between Korczak and the Nazi doctors, for instance. But there is also a crucial difference connected to the moral dimensions of professional work. Respect for humanity and respect for children is a fundamental principal in the writings of Korczak. His thoughts about children’s right to respect are original and still worth reading.

  10. Book of Abstracts - International Conference 'Radon in Environment', Zakopane, 10-14 May 2009

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    Mazur, J.; Kozak, K.; Kobol, I.

    2009-04-01

    The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences has been organizing since 2000 the serial conferences, traditionally called RADON IN ENVIRONMENT. This is the first international meeting, two previous conferences (in 2000 and 2005) were national. The conference covers the following topics: · radon and thoron in air, water and soil, · modelling of radon transport, · geological aspects, · measurement techniques and interpretation of results, · techniques of reducing radon concentrations, · health aspects, · protection against radon risk, · uranium and thorium series, · NORM and TENORM elements in environment, · law regulations, · information policy. The Conference takes place in Zakopane (southern part of Poland, about 100 km distance from Krakow) at the conference and holiday centre '' ANTALOWKA ''. Zakopane, beautifully situated at the foot of the Tatra mountains, offers a chance to take advantage of outdoor recreation and to become acquainted with the unique folklore of the local mountaineers. We do hope that the conference will provide a forum to explore and discuss new scientific initiatives and all participants will benefit from this meeting. (author)

  11. Hydrogeological characteristics of aquifer near Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station on King George Island (South Shetland Islands), Antarctica

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    Krogulec, Ewa; Krogulec, Tomasz; Małecki, Jerzy; Pietrzykowski, Paweł; Dobak, Paweł

    2018-06-01

    During the Antarctic summer season of 2015/2016, the groundwater studies were performed in the area of Henryk Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station on King George Island (South Shetland Islands) in Admiralty Bay of Antarctica. Rock and groundwater samples were collected from 14 research excavations down to a depth of 0.8-2.5 m b.g.l. Analyses of surface waters were performed on water samples from streams, mossland, and a drinking water reservoir. The scope of hydrochemical studies comprised analyses of temperature, pH, mineralization, phosphates, nitrates, macroelements and selected microelements. Using empirical formulas, granulometric analysis of rock samples from various depths, measurements of sample moisture, and calculations of the hydraulic conductivity were performed. The groundwater is poorly mineralized, representing chloride-sulfate-bicarbonate-sodium and chloride-bicarbonate-sodium-calcium types. Studies on hydrochemical indicators show a small range of the effect of animal ecosystems on the waters; no effects of organic matter have been identified in the study area. Results of hydrogeochemical studies of waters and observations of groundwater levels in the summer season indicate groundwater recharge in a shallow groundwater circulation system, lateral inflow direction from land toward the seashore, and a low rate of rainwater infiltration. Groundwater drainage occurs through evapotranspiration and water runoff to the sea.

  12. A tough truck for ATLAS

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    2003-01-01

    One of the mobile support structures that will be used to manoeuvre and assemble components of the ATLAS detector in its cavern was put through its paces at the end of July and passed its load tests with flying colours. The tests, which involved the surveyors taking measurements to detect any load-induced mechanical deformations, were carried out in Building 191. "The "truck" has been subjected to static tests with loads of up to 1250 tonnes and can carry and transport on air cushions a nominal load of up to 1000 tonnes at a top speed of 30 cm per minute," explains project leader Tommi Nyman. "It took two weeks to assemble the truck's components, the last of which arrived at CERN on 24 June. It then took a further 20 days to load the truck up for the test." The 8.5 metre-high truck will be used for final assembly of some of the ATLAS components, including the calorimeters, in cavern UX15. This powerful device is the result of a collaboration between CERN and the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear ...

  13. Committees and organizers

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    2011-07-01

    Chairman:Jozef Spałek (Kraków) Program Committee:Stephen Blundell (Oxford), J Michael D Coey (Dublin), Dominique Givord (Grenoble), Dariusz Kaczorowski (Wrocław), Roman Micnas (Poznań), Marek Przybylski (Halle), Ludiwig Schultz (Dresden), Vladimir Sechovsky (Prague), Jozef Spałek (Kraków), Henryk Szymczak (Warszawa), Manuel Vázquez (Madrid) Publication Committee:Dariusz Kaczorowski, Robert Podsiadły, Jozef Spałek, Henryk Szymczak, Andrzej Szytuła Local committee:Maria Bałanda, Anna Majcher, Robert Podsiadły, Michał Rams, Andrzej Ślebarski, Krzysztof Tomala Editors of the Proceedings:Jozef Spałek, Krzysztof Tomala, Danuta Goc-Jagło, Robert Podsiadły, Michał Rams, Anna Majcher Plenary, semi-plenary and tutorial speakers:Ernst Bauer (Wien)Stephen Blundell (Oxford)J Michael D Coey (Dublin)Russell P Cowburn (London)Burkard Hillebrands (Kaiserslautern)Claudine Lacroix (Grenoble)Lluís Mañosa (Barcelona)María del Carmen Muñoz (Madrid)Bernard Raveau (Caen)Pedro Schlottmann (Tallahassee)Frank Steglich (Dresden)Oliver Waldmann (Freiburg) Invited speakers within symposia: R Ahuja (Uppsala)A Kirilyuk (Nijmegen) M Albrecht (Vienna)L Theil Kuhn (Roskilde) K Bärner (Göttingen)J Liu (Dresden) U Bovensiepen (Duisburg)G Lorusso (Modena) V Buchelnikov (Chelyabinsk)M M Maska (Katowice) B Chevalier (Bordeaux)Y Mukovskii (Moscow) O Chubykalo-Fesenko (Madrid)M Pannetier-Lecoeur (Saclay) A V Chumak (Kaiserslautern)G Papavassiliou (Athens) J M D Coey (Dublin)K R Pirota (Campinas) B Dabrowski (DeKalb)P Przyslupski (Warszawa) S Das (Aveiro)M Reiffers (Košice) A del Moral (Zaragoza)K Sandeman (London) V E Demidov (Muenster)D Sander (Halle) B Djafari-Rouhani (Lille)M Sawicki (Sendai/Warsaw) H A Dürr (Menlo Park)J Schaefer (Würzburg) J Fassbender (Dresden)H Schmidt (Wetzikon) J Fontcuberta (Barcelona)J Spałek (Kraków) V Garcia (Orsay)L Straka (Helsinki) J N Gonçalves (Aveiro)A Szewczyk (Warszawa) M E Gruner (Duisburg)Y Taguchi (Wako) G Gubbiotti (Perugia)A Thiaville

  14. Protection of Children's Human Rights and Health: A Legacy of Julian Kramsztyk, Janusz Korczak, and Ludwik Rajchman.

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    Woltanowski, Piotr; Wincewicz, Andrzej; Sulkowski, Stanisław

    2018-01-01

    Tutor of generations of Warsaw medical doctors, Julian Kramsztyk (1851-1926) was son of Rabbi Izaak Kramsztyk, Polish patriot and fighter for independent Poland. Julian Kramsztyk graduated in medicine from Warsaw University in 1873 to soon work as a supervisor of the Internal Diseases Department of Bersohns and Baumans Children's Hospital from 1878 to 1910, and despite of refusing professorship from Imperial Warsaw University, he worked as a lecturer of pediatric disorders from 1880 with strong association of his medical practice with scientific and editorial tasks as well as engaging in charity. This article focuses on selective retrieval of biographical data of social and scientific achievements of followers of Julian Kramsztyk: his student, pioneer of children human rights, and pioneer of healthy patterns of nutrition of children, pediatrician Janusz Korczak (Henryk Goldszmit; 1878 or 1879-1942); and a skilled bacteriologist and a brilliant epidemiologist who was a prominent activist of the League of Nations (later United Nations Organization), cofounder of the UNICEF (United Nations Children's Emergency Fund), and the first chairman of the Organization from 1946 to 1950, which was primarily dedicated to "provide emergency food and health care to children in postwar time," Ludwik Rajchman (1881-1965). Janusz Korczak works laid foundation for international recognition of children rights to health, respect, education, privacy, and all the other human rights to be included in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). In 1989, nutrition and vaccination issues were the main medical interests of these medical doctors and still remain major fields of UNICEF actions.

  15. Is the Unspeakable Singable? The Ethics of Holocaust Representation and the Reception of Górecki's Symphony no.3

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    Alison Moore

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Debates about Holocaust representation have long been haunted by the idea that the enormity and intensity of human suffering in the events of World War Two are ‘unspeakable’. In many such statements the capacity for cognition and the ethical dimension of aestheticisation are blurred – the Holocaust is ‘unspeakable’ both in the sense of being impossible to imagine in its full horror, but also morally inappropriate as the subject of artistic production. But do all forms of cultural representation of the Holocaust fail in the same way as words or to the same degree, in the eyes of those who would judge their merits according the tenet of unspeakability? This paper considers one particularly renowned work Henryk Górecki’s symphony no. 3 (Symfonia pieśni żałosnych of 1976, discussing how it mediated both the global politics of Holocaust representation and the recuperation of victimhood in postcommunist Poland. Górecki claimed a subjectivity of failure in response to the challenge of representing the events of World War Two and has insisted that the symphony is not about war but about sorrow. The vocal lyrics are nonetheless profoundly thematised around war suffering, and the Second World War in particular - events he approached with a musical language of epic, pathos and redemption. In framing the subject of his work, he emphasised a Polish national suffering that both eschewed mention of specifically targeted groups of victims, and beckoned to Polish folk and catholic traditions. This article presents a new hypothesis about the success of Górecki’s work by considering it in relation to the ethical debates about Holocaust empathic response that have occurred in relation to historiographic, literary and filmic representation.

  16. Department of Nuclear Spectroscopy - Overview

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    Styczen, J.

    2002-01-01

    Full text: The Nuclear Spectroscopy Department is the largest department of the Institute. It merges a variety of research groups having been performing investigations with a rich diversity of methods: from pure studies of the structure of nucleus and of nuclear properties through applied nuclear spectroscopy in condensed matter research, to the complex biophysical investigations of biological tissues. The nuclear structure experiments were performed mainly in European Large Scale Facilities (ALPIINFN-Legnaro, VIVITRON-IReS-Strasbourg, JYFL-K100-Cyclotron) with the use of the GASP, EUROBALL IV, RITU systems and with application of ancillary detectors - HECTOR+HELENA, RFD. Some data were obtained with the GAMMASPHERE in USA. Other research has been based on our own instrumentation - VdG, AFM, Dual-Beam-Implanter, PAC, Moessbauer spectrometers etc., in a strong co-operation with Polish and European institutions, of course. The atomic studies were done on the ESR at GSI in Darmastadt. In several pages which follow, some important results of the investigations in the Department are presented. In 2001, Dr hab. Jerzy Dryzek and Dr hab. Adam Maj were granted the Associated Professor positions, and Miss Agnieszka Kulinska and Mrs Maria Kmiecik - the Ph.D. degrees. Dr Kmiecik was also awarded the Henryk Niewodniczanski prize for studies of 147 Eu compound nucleus shape evolution. Some of us became (continued to be) members of International Committees - the PHINUFY (R. Broda), the Steering Committee of RISING at GSI (J. Styczen), the PAC of the VIVITRON at Strasbourg (J. Styczen). We organized an International Conference on Condensed Matter Studies (100 participants), which belonged to the well known series of Zakopane School of Physics. It's Proceedings appeared as a volume of the Acta Physica Polonica A journal. (author)

  17. Expression Surpassing Words: Gorecki’s Symphony No. 3, Op. 36 “Sorrowful Songs”

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    Alyssa K. Griffith

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The experience of listening to Gorecki’s Symphony no. 3, op. 36 “Sorrowful Songs” is one that is not easily forgotten. It is not only musically captivating, but also historically fascinating. After its premiere in 1977, Gorecki’s piece captivated listeners across the globe as it became a cultural phenomenon in both Europe and America. The music was a stunning success in both the Classical and popular cultures. What is it about the music that is so captivating? How did the trending, popular thoughts compare to Gorecki’s original ideas and compositional motives? What actually inspired this piece? By looking at the composition and premise of each movement, I am going to introduce how the piece was written around the theme of maternal love and separation of mother and child. The Third Symphony was heavily influenced by Gorecki’s personal past, but also by his Catholic beliefs and by Polish history. The separate texts to this three movement piece deal individually with a mother’s lament over her son’s departure, the Virgin Mary’s grief at her Son’s death, and finally the words of an incarcerated prison girl to her mother. Because of the setting from which the third text was drawn, and because of Gorecki’s Polish history and experiences in the post-holocaust world, many people have interpreted this to be a “war piece” which avenges the sufferers of the Holocaust. According to Gorecki, this piece is a lament- it expresses a profound sense of grief which, arguably, cannot accurately be expressed with words. Gorecki used his music to confront, mourn, and express his pain and the pain of many other people. By finding primary sources, such as interviews of Henryk Gorecki, and by looking at the scholarly books and journals by Luke B. Howard, Adrian Thomas, and other scholars of Polish avant-garde music, I hope to properly understand and express the intentions Gorecki wished to convey by writing The Symphony of Sorrowful Songs.

  18. Actualité du roman archéologique

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    Philippe Dufour

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Salammbô a beau se passer au IIIe siècle avant Jésus-Christ, Flaubert a beau y voir une ressource pour fuir le monde moderne, le roman antique n’en pense pas moins l’Histoire contemporaine, au moins par intermittence. On essaie de le montrer à propos d’un court fragment rescapé du chapitre explicatif, la description des assemblées des Syssites. Loin de démarquer simplement telle ou telle source (comme l’analyse aristotélicienne de la constitution carthaginoise dans La Politique, le paragraphe décrivant le banquet des Riches pendant que les Barbares entourent la ville évoque en surimpression la fête impériale sur fond de peur sociale. Des images relais (Les Romains de la décadence de Thomas Couture, Les Châtiments de Victor Hugo incitent le premier public à une lecture allégorique. Le chronotope de l’assemblée dénonce l’illusion d’un pouvoir et figure le devenir historique. Flaubert s’approprie ainsi de façon originale le genre du roman archéologique tel que l’abbé Barthélemy l’inventa ou tel que Henryk Sienkiewick le prolongera. S’y vérifie sa définition de l’histoire comme réflexion du présent sur le passé.Some scholars like Anne Green have shown that Flaubert in his historical novel, Salammbô, frequently alludes to contemporary history in spite of the obvious difference between the Carthaginian civilization and the modern world. In this essay I will try to grasp the shift in referenciality through a small description (a meeting between the wealthy, inspired by Aristotle’s Politics: Hugolian images of decadence from Les Châtiments appear superimposed on it, so that the archeological novel turns into an allegorical satire on the Second Empire.

  19. Kinematografia niepamięci. Polskie filmy dokumentalne o Litzmannstadt Getto

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    Ewa Ciszewska

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    Dokumentarfilmen nicht auf. Jedoch  werden regelmäßig Fotografien verwendet, die von Walter Genewein, Mandel Gross und Henryk Ross zu Zeiten des Ghettos aufgenommen wurden.

  20. Efficacy of Lactobacillus Reuteri DSM 17938 for the Treatment of Acute Gastroenteritis in Children: Protocol of a Randomized Controlled Trial.

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    Szymański, Henryk; Szajewska, Hania

    2017-08-23

    and is planned to be finalized in June 2018 for rotavirus nonvaccinated children. The recruitment of rotavirus-vaccinated children may be slower due to a relatively low coverage rate in Poland. Data analysis and submission to a peer-reviewed journal is expected within 3 months after completion of the study. This study will add to current knowledge on the efficacy of L reuteri DSM 17938 for the management of AGE. ClinicalTrials.gov NCT02989350; https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02989350 (Archived by WebCite at http://www.webcitation.org/6slOFkyTH). ©Henryk Szymański, Hania Szajewska. Originally published in JMIR Research Protocols (http://www.researchprotocols.org), 23.08.2017.

  1. Executive Summary - Our mission

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    On September 1 st 2003, the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics in Cracow joined the Polish Academy of Sciences. The Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), founded in 1952, is a state-sponsored scientific institution acting through an elected corporation of leading scholars, their research organizations and through numerous scientific establishments. PAN is a major national scientific advisory body acting via its scientific committees which represent all disciplines of science. There are currently 79 PAN research establishments (institutes and research centers, research stations, botanical gardens and other research units) and a number of auxiliary scientific units (such as archives, libraries, museums, and PAN stations abroad). Our Institute is currently one of the largest research institutions of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The research activity of the Academy is financed mainly from the State budget via the Ministry of Scientific Research and Information Technology. The mission of the Institute of Nuclear Physics, IFJ is stated in its Charter. According to Paragraphs 5, 6, and 7 of the 2004 Charter, the Institute's duty is to carry out research activities in the following areas:1. High energy and elementary particle physics (including astrophysics), 2. Nuclear physics and physics of mechanisms of nuclear interaction, 3. Condensed matter physics, 4. Interdisciplinary research, and in particular: in radiation and environmental biology, environmental physics, medical physics, dosimetry, nuclear geophysics, radiochemistry and material engineering. The main tasks of the Institute are: 1. To perform research in the above disciplines, 2. To promote the development of scientists and of specialists qualified to carry out research in these disciplines, 3. To organize a Post-Doctoral Study Course, 4. To permit, through agreements with national and foreign research institutions, external scholars to train and gain academic qualifications in the Institute

  2. Overview

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    2002-01-01

    successfully extracted beam from our AIC-144 cyclotron. The dosimeter calibration laboratory obtained formal accreditation. The Marian Miesowicz award of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences went to dr K. Golec-Biernat for his work on saturation effects in DIS at low Q 2 . Dr M. Kmiecik was awarded the Henryk Niewodniczanski prize for her outstanding work on transitions between various Jacobi shapes at high angular momentum rotation of 46 Ti nuclei. 534 papers of which 318 in journals listed by the Philadelphia Institute of Science Information were published at our Institute. The Institute hosted eight international and three national scientific conferences. We participated in one FW4 and seven FW5 UE programmes. We also completed a large renovation effort aimed at preparing new facilities at the main campus of the Institute for our high energy departments. Eleven scientists got their PhD degrees, five completed their habilitations and one got the title of a full professor. Two distinguished scientists were awarded the title of a Honorary Professor of the Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, namely Professor Bernard Haas (IRS, Strasbourg) and Professor Bernard Hyams (CERN). Last but not least, let me take this opportunity to extend my sincere thank-you to my colleagues and co-workers at the Institute for their great involvement and effort which helped us to achieve all the excellent results in 2001

  3. Executive Summary - Our mission

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    Full text: The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics (Instytut Fizyki Jadrowej im. Henryka Niewodniczanskiego, IFJ PAN) is currently the largest research institution of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Polska Akademia Nauk). The research activity of the Academy is financed mainly from the State budget via the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The mission of IFJ PAN is stated in its Charter. According to Paragraphs 5, 6, and 7 of the 2004 Charter, the Institute's duty is to carry out research activities in the following areas: 1. High energy and elementary particle physics (including astrophysics), 2. Nuclear physics and strong interaction, 3. Condensed matter physics, 4. Interdisciplinary research, in particular: in radiation and environmental biology, environmental physics, medical physics, dosimetry, nuclear geophysics, radiochemistry and material engineering. The main tasks of the Institute are: 1. To perform research in the above disciplines, 2. To promote the development of scientists and of specialists qualified to carry out research in these disciplines, 3. To organize a Post-Graduate Study Course, 4. To permit, through agreements with national and foreign research institutions, external scholars to train and gain academic qualifications in the Institute's laboratories, 5. To collaborate with national and local authorities in providing them with expertise in the Institute's research topics, especially concerning radiation protection. These tasks are fulfilled by: 1. Performing individual and coordinated research through individual and collective research grant projects, 2. Initiating and maintaining cooperation with laboratories, organizations and institutions performing similar activities, in Poland and abroad, 3. Conferring scientific degrees and titles, 4. Distributing research results obtained, through peer-reviewed publications and other public media, 5. Organizing scientific meetings, conferences, symposia, training workshops, etc

  4. Department of Nuclear Reaction - Overview

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    2001-01-01

    asymmetry. The same effects can be crucial for the extraction of polarized quark distributions (spin puzzle) from semi-inclusive production of pions in DIS. It was carefully studied how production of dijets in real and virtual photoproduction provides new information on unintegrated gluon distribution. We have completed the construction of the Forward Wall detector for the CHICSi experiment at the Celsius synchrotron. First tests with 20 Ne beam at 200 MeV/nucleon on 40 Ar and 14 N targets were performed. New results on the formation of dtμ, Muonic Molecule in Solid Hydrogen Target were obtained. First tests of the low energy spallation apparatus for measuring low energy spallation products emitted in proton induced reactions were performed using accelerator facilities at Catania (Italy). Further studies of statistical aspects of nuclear coupling to continuum were pursued. It was found that in the region of higher density of states the coupling to continuum is consistent with the statistical model. One Ph.D. thesis was completed under the supervision of Prof. Drozdz. The newly born doctor J. Kwapien was awarded The Henryk Niewodniczanski prize for his scientific achievement in studying the brain function. (author)

  5. Executive Summary - Historical background

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    The Institute of Nuclear Physics (INP) was established in Cracow in 1955. The post-war excitement of engaging in scientific activity, can certainly be credited to the talent, experience and unusual personality of Professor Henryk Niewodniczanski, the founder and first Director of the INP. In the 60's the INP research activity was concentrated around the Russian U120 Cyclotron, built in 1958 which provided deuteron beams up to 14.5 MeV and of alpha particles up to 29 MeV. A small 48 cm pole-piece cyclotron with was in-house constructed, and used for PIXE analyses and RBA material studies. In 1960's, the nuclear spectroscopy group began building several types of magnetic beta ray spectrometers to study excited levels of neutron-deficient isotopes provided by the 660 MeV cyclotron of the JINR. In parallel, studies of spin polarization of n and p emitted in the deuteron stripping reaction were performed. Studies of condensed matter using pulsed neutron beams from the IBR30 and Kjeller (Norway) reactors had also began. The NMR signal was first observed in Poland by physicists from the Jagiellonian University, and a well equipped NMR Laboratory was also created at the INP. A small theoretical physics department was established to support experimental research. Applied physics, based on the research performed in the INP was also developed. Following the interest in fast neutron radiotherapy, initiated by the Gray Laboratory in Hammersmith, a beam of fast neutrons was produced on a Be target by 13.5 MeV deuterons from the U120 and applied for cancer therapy, in a collaborative effort with the Centre of Oncology in Cracow. Over a period of 10 years, some 500 patients were treated, in selected types of salivary gland cancer and post-mastectomy recurrences. In the late 60's a technology of thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLD) was developed at the INP, based on specially activated LiF. The method was patented and TLDs, manufactured at the INP, are nowadays applied by in over 30

  6. Overview

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    2002-01-01

    . The value of the baryonic chemical potential consistently decreases down to the value of μ B = 29 MeV at the collision energy √s NN = 200 GeV for the Au + Au system. The time scale of the thermal multifragmentation of 197 Au nuclei induced by a fast proton of the energy of 8.1 GeV was established. It was proved that it is a fast process, with characteristic decay time τ of the order of 10 -22 s. The first observation of the Jacobi shape transition accompanying the fast rotation of the 46 Ti nucleus was made. For the first time, non-hem iron was found in the low - spin state of Fe 2+ which indicates that NHFe initiates the cyclic transport of electrons in photosystem II. The result was published in Applied Organometallic Chemistry. The medium T-matrix theory was developed for superfluid nuclear matter. This new theoretical achievement was published in Phys. Rev. C. Using the ''ab initio'' method for structure calculation of the FeBO 3 compound, a special phase transition with spatial group symmetry unchanged, was found for the metal - isolator and magnetic - nonmagnetic cases. The advantage of the ''ab initio'' method is that the phase transition can be studied in the region of pressure values often difficult to access experimentally. A high level of the concentration of Pu and Am was found in sculls of prehistoric fossil animals. Legal accreditation for measuring individual radiation doses was granted to our second laboratory. Together with the laboratory for scaling and legalizing portable dosimeters, it should resume public services in 2003, hopefully providing some additional income for the Institute. Two doctors obtained their habilitation degrees, and three Associate Professors became full Professors. A group of laboratories from different departments formed a Centre of Excellence in the field of the Quality of Life, which was approved by the European Union. This may help us to obtain additional money for research as well. The Henryk Niewodniczanski prize was

  7. The churches dedicated to Saint Bishop and Martyr Stanisław in Kraków, built in 20th century

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    Józef Szymon Wroński

    2003-12-01

    Full Text Available 1. Die Pfarrkirche Zum Hl Bischof und Märtyrer Stanislaus in Dąbie Dąbie liegt 3 Kilometer östlich vom Stadtzentrum entfernt. In die Stadt wurde es 1911 eingemeindet. In den Jahren 1965-75 entstand hier eine Wohnsiedlung. In den nächsten Jahren -infolge der zunehmenden Einwohnerzahl - erfolgte eine Verdichtung der Wohnsiedlungsbebauung. Das Grundstück, auf dem die Kirche steht, liegt im Winkel zwischen der Weichsel und der Białucha, im Bereich der ehemaligen österreichischen Schanze FS-16. Es war stark mit Bäumen bepflanzt. Das bereitete aber viele Schwierigkeiten, d.h. es gab Probleme sowohl mit der Ausdünnung der Bäume, als auch mit der Erhaltung des restlichen Baumbestandes. Am 11. März 1982 erhielt Dąbie endlich eine Baugenehmigung für den Bau einer Kirche in der Wohnsiedlung. Die Kirche, die nach einem Projekt des Architekten Henryk Kamiński in den Jahren 1984-2000 errichtet wurde, ist der Gemeinde zur Verfügung gestellt, aber im Innern noch nicht ausgestattet. Der Bau der Kirche zerfällt in zwei Phasen: die erste Phase dauerte bis zum Jahre 1989, in dem es zu einem Probstwechsel kam. Der neue Probst und zugleich der Investor Wiesław Macuda übernahm den Bau in dem Moment, als die Mauern der Kirche bis zu den Sohlbänken ausgeführt waren. Mit voller Energie ging er ans Werk, um den Bau weiterzuführen. Die Kirche hat zwei Geschosse: - die sog. Unterkirche im Erdgeschoss und die Oberkirche. Die Kirche hat einen fast quadratischen Grundriss, der diagonal gestellt und stark modifiziert ist. Die eigentliche Kirche - die Oberkirche ist dreischiffig. Die Seitenschiffe sind von dem Mittelschiff durch (je einen Pfeiler getrennt. Das Mittelschiff hat einen Obergaden (Region der Fenster im Mittelschiff iner Basilika in der Form einer Lichtnische, durch die das Licht in den Raum hineinfällt und die ganze Kirche mit Licht überflutet ist. Von hier aus streben die „Scheiben-wände” der Obergadenlichtnische nach oben. Ziel ist die