Dr Tadeusz Wysocki received the M.Eng.Sc degree with the highest distinction in telecommunications
from the Academy of Technology and Agriculture, Bydgoszcz, Poland, in 1981. From then till the end of
1991, he was with the Academy of Technology and Agriculture. In 1984, after three years of research in
the area of modulation theory, he received his Ph.D. degree,
summa cum laude, from the Warsaw
University of Technology. He then continued research into combined modulation and coding and in
1990, he was awarded the D.Sc. degree (
Habilitation) in telecommunications engineering from the
Warsaw University of Technology. In January 1992, he moved to Perth, Western Australia to work at
Edith Cowan University – Joondalup Campus where he was invited to join a group to bid for funding to
establish a Cooperative Research Centre for Broadband Telecommunications and Networking. In 1993,
he was a visiting senior research fellow at
FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany, within the framework of
Alexander von Humboldt Research Fellowship. The research involved working on coded modulations
and problems related to mobile telephony. On his return to Perth in 1994, he was appointed Project
Leader, Wireless ATM LANs, at the CRC for Broadband Telecommunications and Networking, and the
manager of the CRC-BTN node at Edith Cowan University. After a restructure of the CRC in 1997, he
was given the position of Program Leader, Wireless Systems, maintaining his leadership in the Wireless
ATM LAN project. In December 1998, he joined the
University of Wollongong as an associate professor,
and in August 1999 he assumed a position of Research Coordinator for the Switched Networks
Research Centre within the Telecommunications & Information Technology Research Institute
(TITR). In 2003, he established the Wireless Research Group in TITR, which he directed until the end of
2007, when he moved to take up a Professorship of Computer and Electronics Engineering at
Kiewit Institute at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Dr Wysocki is the author or co-author of seven
books, over 230 research publications and nine patents. His main areas of research interest are:
molecular communications,   indoor propagation of microwaves, signal processing for communication
systems, modeling biological processes at nano-scale. He is a Senior Member of IEEE, a member of the
Australian Association of von Humboldt Fellows, and an associate editor of Computers and Electrical
Engineering Journal. He also served as an associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory
and Techniques. Since 2011, Dr. Wysocki has been a member of the UNL Senate Executive Committee.
In 2013, he was awarded a "Professor of Poland" title conferred by the President of Poland,
Komorowski on October 30, 2013.
Updated: March, 2014