1963 - 1968 University of Warsaw, Poland, M.Sc., Advisors: L. Michejda, A.K. Wroblewski
1970 – 1973 University of Geneva, Switzerland, Ph.D., Advisors: D.R.O. Morrison, R. Mermod
Postdoctoral sponsors: D.R.O. Morrison (CERN), A. Minten (CERN), G. Charpak (CERN), D. Leith (SLAC), B. Barish (Caltech)
2007 – 2010 SMU, Dallas, TX Chair
1993 – present SMU, Dallas, TX Professor
1991 – 1993 SMU, Dallas, TX Associate Professor
1987-1991 Caltech, Pasadena, CA Lecturer
1980-1987 Caltech, Pasadena, CA Senior Research Associate
1975-1980 SLAC, Stanford, CA Research Associate
1969-1975 CERN, Geneva, Switzerland Staff Physicist
1968-1969 University of Warsaw, Poland Assistant
2012-present Visiting Scientist, LAL, Universite de Paris-Sud, Orsay, France
1997 Professeur Invite, Universite de Paris XI, France
1986 Visiting Professor, UCLA (one term)
1983 Visiting Professor, Lausanne, Switzerland (one term)
1972 Visiting Professor, University of Helsinki, Finland
1969 Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark
2006 Gerald L. Ford Medal and Research Fellow
2002 Academie de Versailles, France, Research Fellow
1993 American Physical Society Fellow
1991- present Principal Investigator for the SMU High Energy Physics group
1996 - 2010 Level-2 Manager for the US-ATLAS Liquid Argon Calorimeter
2006 - 2008 Chair, ATLAS LAr Collaboration Group Representatives
2002 - 2005 ATLAS Collaboration Board Advisory Group 2002-2005.
1997 - 2004 Steering Committee of the NATO Science for Peace Program
1991 - 1993 GEM Executive Board, lead physicist for GEM magnet
1975 - 1980 Spokesman, E127 Experiment (SLAC)
1971 – 1973 Spokesman, 100 GeV p-p Bubble Chamber Experiment (Fermilab)
Reviewer for the DOE, NSF and scientific journals. Most recently:
2014 DOE HEP Intensity Frontier
2013 DOE Fermilab Science and Technology
2010 DOE Intensity Frontier Program
2010 DOE MicroBoNE project
1997 - ATLAS at LHC: LAr calorimeter, Higgs discovery and properties
2007-2010 ebubble: development of tracking detector for low energy neutrinos
1990-2004 CLEO at CESR: physics of tau lepton, tau neutrino, charm and bottom
1991-1993 GEM at SSC: design and prototyping of the solenoid magnet
1985-1989 MARK II at PEP and SLC: physics of charm and bottom, tau lepton, Z boson
1980-1984 DELCO at PEP: direct electron production, physics of charm mesons
1975-1980 SLAC E-127 (LASS Spectrometer): direct electron pair production
1973-1975 Split Field Magnet Facility at ISR, CERN: inclusive reactions, jets
1967-1972 Bubble chamber at CERN and Fermilab: inclusive reactions, resonances
Selected recent publications
Full list contains over 1000 items published in refereed journals. Notes representing various activities are:
1) Measurements of Higgs boson production and couplings in the four-lepton channel in pp collisions at center-of-mass energies of 7 and 8 TeV with the ATLAS detector. G. Aad et al., arXiv:1408.5191 [hep-ex]
2) Fiducial and differential cross sections of Higgs boson production measured in the four-lepton decay channel in pp collisions at s = 8 TeV with the ATLAS detector. G. Aad et al., Physics Letters B 738 (2014) 234.
3) Measurement of the Higgs boson mass from the H->gg and H->ZZ*->4l channels with the ATLAS detector at the LHC. G. Aad et al., Physical review D90 (2014) 052014.
4) Search for WZ resonances in the fully leptonic channel using pp collisions at Ăs =8 TeV with the ATLAS detector. G. Aad et al., Physics Letters B 737 (2014) 223–243.
5) Observation of a new particle in the search for the Standard Model Higgs boson with the ATLAS detector at the LHC. G. Aad et al., Physics Letters B 716 (2012) 1.
Other significant publications
6) Measurement of the inclusive isolated prompt photon cross-section in pp collisions at s=7 TeV using 35 pb-1 of ATLAS data. G. Aad et al., Physics Letters B 706 (2011) 150.
7) Internal conversions in Higgs decays to two photons. A. Firan and R. Stroynowski, Physical Review D76, 057301 (2007).
8) Construction, Assembly and Tests of the ATLAS Electromagnetic Calorimeter. B. Aubert et al., NIM, A5583, 2006.
9) Search for CP violation in tau pi pi0 nu(tau) decay. P. Avery et al., Phys. Rev. D64:092005 (2001).
10) The tau lepton and its neutrino. R. Stroynowski and A. Weinstein, Annu. Rev. Nucl. Part. Sci.43,457-528 (1993).
Graduate students advised at SMU: Pavel Zadorozhny, M.Sc. 1994, Guoheng Wei, M.Sc. 1995, Igor Volobouyev, Ph.D. 1997(now Assoc. Prof. at Texas Tech), Vasili Shelkov, Ph.D. 1997 (CEO, Rock Flow Dynamics), Ilia Korolkov, Ph.D.1999 (now Research Prof. at Barcelona University), Vitaliy Fadeyev, Ph.D. 2000 (now at UC Santa Cruz), Jin Wang, M.Sc. 2000, Ilya Narsky, Ph.D. 2001 (now at Caltech and The Math Works), Yuri Maravin, Ph.D. 2002 (now Assoc. Prof. at Kansas State), Matthew Knee, M.Sc. 2004, Triston Dougal, M.Sc. 2006 (now at Anderson Cancer Center, Houston), Franz Faro Aguirre, M.Sc. 2006 (now in industry), Jon Vetter-Cole, M.Sc. 2006, Ana Firan, Ph.D. 2008 (now Prof. of Practice at SMU), Y. Li, Ph.D. 2010 (now at BNL), Rozmin Daya, Ph.D. 2011 (now at U. Mass, Amherst), Renat Ishmukhametov, Ph.D.2012 (now at OSU), Ryan Rios Ph.D.2012 (now at Lockheed-Martin).
Postdocs supervised at SMU: J. Dominick (now in industry), M. Lambrecht (now in industry), S. Sanghera (now in industry), J. Staeck (now in industry), J. Ye (now Prof. at SMU), T. Wlodek (now at BNL), E. Barberio (Assoc. Prof. at Melbourne U., Australia), J. Hoffman (now at Academia Sinica, Taiwan), D. Joffe (Asst, Prof. at Kennesaw State U.), F. Liu (now at UC Riverside), S. Simion (now at LAL, Orsay), D. Goldin (now at Texas A&M), A. Firan (now at SMU), H. Hadavand (now Asst. Prof. at UT Arlington), H. Wang, T. Varol