Prof. Andrzej Sawicki

Posted by admin on 7 March 2016

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of

Prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Sawicki

an eminent researcher and academic teacher, who departed at the age of 68 years on March 5, 2016.

He worked at the Institute of Hydro-Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) in Gdańsk

and served as its Director in the years 1991–1997 and 2004–2016.

He was an outstanding specialist in soil mechanics, as well as a teacher and mentor to many generations of scientists.

His scientific achievements will remain an enduring contribution to the development of applied mechanics.

He was awarded the Officer's Cross and the Knight's Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta,

as well as the Silver Cross of Merit.

He received the Prime Minister's Award for outstanding scientific achievements.

His memory will remain in our hearts forever. We offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

Colleagues

from the Institute of Hydro-Engineering in Gdańsk

Andrzej Sawicki

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday, March 10, at 11:00 a.m. at NMP Królowej

Różańca Świętego Catholic Church (on the upper level) in Przymorze (access from Śląska street).

An interment service will follow on the same day at 12:30 p.m. at the chapel of the Oliwa Cemetery in Gdańsk.


Free access to coastal observatories – third call

Posted by toni on 27 September 2013

The 3rd Call for TNA (Trans-National Access) to JERICO Coastal Observatories is open now. There is the opportunity to apply for free of charge access to a number of research facilities such as ferryboxes, fixed platforms and gliders in the framework of the EU funded project JERICO “TOWARDS A JOINT EUROPEAN RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK FOR COASTAL OBSERVATORIES”.

For more information click here...


Free access to coastal observatories – second call

Posted by toni on 21 January 2013

The 2nd call for transnational access to coastal research facilities (including CRS Lubiatowo) has been opened and published on the JERICO project website: http://www.jerico-fp7.eu/tna/calls-and-selection/second-call

There is the opportunity to apply for free of charge access to a number of research structures such as ferryboxes, fixed platforms, gliders, and associated support facilities (i.e. calibration laboratories) in the framework of the EU funded project JERICO “TOWARDS A JOINT EUROPEAN RESEARCH INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK FOR COASTAL OBSERVATORIES”.

Detailed information on the project, accessible facilities and the application procedure can be found at the project website: http://www.jerico-fp7.eu/tna.

The 2nd call is now open and it will be closed on March 18th 2013.


Wave measurements continued

Posted by toni on 8 June 2012

After a short technical break, wave measurements near Lubiatowo are continued. Like before, they are carried out by use of the Directional Waverider DWR-7 Mk. III buoy, moored about 2 km offshore, at the depth of 15 m. Results of the measurements, including the sea surface temperature, are available on the CRS Lubiatowo web page:
http://mlb.ibwpan.gda.pl/index.php/en/camera
It is intended to accomplish the survey not sooner than in spring 2015.


Free access to coastal observatories

Posted by toni on 12 January 2012

The 1st call for transnational access to coastal research facilities (including CRS Lubiatowo) has been opened and published on the JERICO project website: http://www.jerico-fp7.eu/tna/calls-and-selection/first-call


Wave buoy

Posted by admin on 4 August 2011

In June 2011, wave measurements nearby Lubiatowo were commenced by use of the Directional Waverider Mk. III buoy, moored about 2 km offshore, at the depth of 16 m. Results of the measurements, including the sea surface temperature, are available on the CRS Lubiatowo web page:
http://mlb.ibwpan.gda.pl/index.php/en/camera
). The survey will be completed in May 2012.


Work in France - PHD position

Posted by toni on 31 May 2011

Offer: PhD position
Duration: 36 months (from 1st October 2011)


Work in France - PD position

Posted by toni on 31 May 2011

Offer: Post-doctoral position
Duration: 12 months