Prof. Maciej Ogorzałek
Head of the Department
ZTI, Maciej Ogorzałek
ul. Łojasiewicza 11
30-348 Kraków, Poland
E-mail: maciej.ogorzalek (at) uj.edu.pl
Phone: +48 12 6335827
- Electronic Engineering at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow – MSc degree in 1979.
- Electrical Engineering at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow - PhD degree in 1987.
- Habilitation (dr hab) degree in 1992.
- Professor title conferred by the President of the Republic of Poland in July 1998.
Total number of published papers 276:
- One book Chaos and Complexity in Nonlinear Electronic Circuits, World Scientific
- 29 book chapters,
- 50 papers in ISI listed journals and over 170 papers in conference proceedings; among these papers in 66 M.J. Ogorzałek is single author.
- ISI Web of Knowledge: total 774, without auto-citations 722, most cited paper: 169 citations , h-index: 14,
- Following Google Scholar number of citations: 1757, h-index: 20, i10 index: 36
- Most down-loaded book chapter: total no. of downloads: 2528 !
- Design of 3D integrated circuits.
- Heterogeneous systems on chip.
- Computational techniques for next generation integrated circuits.
- Computational systems biology.
- Energy efficiency and Cooling strategies for 3D integrated circuits.
- Computational intelligence techniques for bio-medical applications.
- Pattern classification and image processing for medical diagnosis.
- Statistical learning with applications to chemi- and bio-informatics.
- Modern information technologies and techniques including new techniques for signal transmission, coding, compression including software and hardware issues.
- Analysis and processing of biomedical signals (EEG, ECG etc).
- Analysis of dynamical properties of nonlinear systems (electronic, automatic control and neural in particular).
- Oscillatory behavior, chaotic motion.
- Numerical algorithms for nonlinear and chaotic systems.
- Nonlinear signal processing.
- Applications of modern techniques to control of medical disorders (cardiac arrhythmias, epilepsy) and physical systems (optics, electronics).
- Applications of fractals in chip design, antenna and power electronics.