CURRICULUM VITAE

 

1. Name:                                 Beata Joanna WYSOCKI

2. Professional qualifications:

2000 - PhD Australian Telecommunications Research Institute, Curtin University of Technology; Thesis: "Signal Formats for Code Division Multiple Access Wireless Networks,"

1990 - M.Eng.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, for the thesis: "Numerical analysis of temperature fields in cylindrical structures with inductive heat sources",

B.Eng. course in Telecommunications and Electrical Engineering, - not finished because of the introduction of martial law in Poland on 13 December 1981, Academy of Technology and Agriculture in Bydgoszcz, Poland,

Electrical Engineering Trade Certificate - license No: 1595/WA/63.

3.  Professional experience:

6/07 - 1/08/81 - student industrial training at "Industrial Design and Installation Electrical Company ELEKTROMONTAZ", Bydgoszcz Poland as junior research assistant,

2/07 - 28/07/84 - student industrial training at " Research and Development Centre POLAM - Warsaw" (currently "Philips Lighting - Poland") as junior research assistant,

2/05 - 9/06/89 - Academy of Technology and Agriculture in Bydgoszcz as research assistant,

1/10 - 30/11/91 - Academy of Technology and Agriculture in Bydgoszcz as graduate research assistant,

18/01 - 23/12/93 - FernUniversitaet Hagen, Germany as voluntary graduate research assistant,

1/08/95 - 1/12/97 Edith Cowan University, graduate research assistant, level 5/6,

26/10/99 - 25/10/00 University of Wollongong, Research Fellow, level A,

26/10/00 - Part Time Research Fellow  level B, University of Wollongong,

4. Tertiary teaching experience:

     2001 - University of Wollongong, School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering - Marking.

     2002 - University of Wollongong, School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, Casual teaching - ECTE313 Lab, marking.

5. Awards and memberships:

            Australian Postgraduate Award with Stipend - 1/03/1996 - 28/02/99.

            CRC - Broadband Telecommunications and Networking Top-up Scholarship

            1997 IEEE - Student Member Travel Grant to attend ICC'97 in Montreal, Canada,

            Polish Association of Electrical Engineers - Member since 1984,

            1981 Dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering award for outstanding students.

6. Miscellaneous:

            Membership of the Organising Committee, DSPCS'99 and DSPCS'02, responsible for publications and finance.