Professor Andrzej Bartoszewicz received his MSc in 1987 and his PhD in 1993, both from Technical University of Lodz, Poland. He later obtained a “doktor habilitowany” degree in control engineering and robotics from the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow, Poland.
He has been a visiting scholar at Purdue University, USA, and Strathclyde University, UK, and was at the University of Leicester, UK, for a further year. He is currently a Full Professor at the Technical University of Lodz, where he is also the head of the Electric Drive and Industrial Automation Group and director of the Institute of Automatic Control.
He has published three monographs and over 300 papers, primarily in the fields of sliding mode control, congestion control in data transmission networks, and supply chain management. He has served as a guest editor for the International Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal Processing and IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics.
Andrzej has also received three best paper awards at international conferences, and is a corresponding member of the Polish Academy of Sciences and vice-chairman of the Committee on Automatic Control and Robotics.