Authors' Bio

Wrocław University of Technology, POLAND
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Maciej J. Nawrocki obtained his MSc and PhD degrees in Telecommunications from Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland, in 1997 and 2002 respectively where he currently holds an Assistant Professor position. From 2004 to 2005, he also worked as a Research Fellow in the Centre for Telecommunications Research, King’s College, London, UK, under the prestigious EU FP6 Marie Curie Intra European Fellowship focusing on UMTS radio network optimisation algorithms. In his research, he specialises in CDMA network planning and optimisation, intra/inter-system EMC as well as in software design for efficient simulation in telecommunications. Prior to his telecom research, Maciej has been for four years part of the R&D team of Microtech International Ltd, Poland, designing specialized hardware and software. In 2000, he played an important role in the consulting team working for the Polish Ministry of Telecommunications during UMTS license bidding. He gives consultancy services to a large number of companies including operators, vendors and governmental institutions in the area of radio network planning, optimisation and coordination. This includes consultation activities in the area of planning and optimisation software where he has been responsible for software and product development. Maciej participated in number of research projects in leading positions, and is author of a number of scientific papers. Maciej Nawrocki represents Poland in Management Committee of COST 2100 Action "Pervasive Mobile & Ambient Wireless Communications". He is also a TPC member of IEEE Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications Conference (PIMRC) and IEEE Workshop on Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) within IEEE ICC and GLOBECOM as well as a member of the IEEE.

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