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Katarzyna Juda-Rezler

Curriculum vitae

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CURRICULUM VITAE (2009)


  1. Family name: Juda-Rezler


  1. First names: Katarzyna Krystyna


  1. Nationality: Polish


  1. Education, Degrees:


Institution

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Environmental Engineering

Date:

23.11.2004

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

D. Sc. in Environmental Engineering - Air Pollution Control


Institution

Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Sanitary and Water Engineering

Date: from (month/year) to (month/year)

05/81 – 05/86

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

PhD in Air Pollution Control




Institution

Warsaw University of Technology

Date: from (month/year) to (month/year)

10/76 – 04/81

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

MSc in Environmental Engineering


  1. Language skills: (Mark 1 to 5 for competence)


Language

Reading

Speaking

Writing

Polish

Mother Tongue

English

5

5

5

Russian

4

3

3

French

2

2

1

Norwegian

3

2

2

  1. Membership of professional bodies:

  • Member of the „Risk Research” Scientific Committee of Polish Academy of Sciences (since 2008);

  • Member of the „Man and Environment” Scientific Committee of Polish Academy of Sciences (since 1999);

  • Member of the EURASAP - European Association for the Science of Air Pollution (since 1985);

  • Registered Expert on the list of Polish Ministry of Environmental Protection, Natural Resources and Forestry.


  1. Other skills:

  • Computer literacy

  • Programming (Fortran)

  • Teaching experience (20 years at the University; lectures, classes and projects)


  1. Present Position: Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology, Institute of Environmental Engineering Systems. Head of the Air Pollution Control Group.


  1. Years within the organisation: 20


  1. Key qualifications:


  • Proficiency in environmental issues (environmental engineer; PhD and D.Sc. in atmospheric sciences),

  • Wide network of academic contacts in Europe,

  • Proficiency in project development and project management; sub co-ordinator of 3 international projects financed by EU (Copernicus, CRIT2, 6FP),

  • Experience in developing educational programmes,

  • Experience in working with Environmental Impact Assessments for industry,

  • Experience in working with Air Quality Management issues.


  1. Specific experience in the region:


Country/Project title & type

Position

Date: from (month/year) to (month/year)

EUROPEAN Union

Project ATTICA (European Assessment of Transport Impacts on Climate Change and Ozone Depletion)

6. EU FP (Specific Support Action), Contract 036746 (GOCE)

http://www.pa.op.dlr.de/attica

Project Coordinator: DLR-Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Wessling Germany;

Prof. R. Sausen



Participants: 9 institutions from 5 countries


Nominated Author

2006-2009

Central and Eastern Europe


Project CECILIA (Central and Eastern Europe Climate Change Impact and VulnerabiLIty Assessment).


6. EU FP (Specific Targeted Research), Contract 037005 (GOCE)

http://www.cecilia-eu.org/


Project Coordinator: Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic; Dr. T. Halenka


Participants: 16 institutions from 12 countries

Member of Scientific Committee


Leader of the Workpackage 7: Climate change impacts on air quality and health


June 2006 – Dec 2009

Country/Project title & type

Position

Date: from (month/year) to (month/year)

Poland


Project IAM-PL: Integrated Assessment Model for Air Pollution.



State Committee for Scientific research, Contract No.3 T09C 067 19


Project Coordinator: Warsaw University of Technology, Dr. K. Juda-Rezler


Participants: 5 institutions from 2 countries (Poland & the Netherlands)

Project Leader

November 2000 – December 2002

Poland


Project EROS (Evolutionary Real-time Optimisation System for Ecological Power).


ESPRIT Project 20288, Cooperation Research In Information Technology - CRIT 2


Project Coordinator: Polish Academy of Sciences, prof. Z. Michalewicz


Participants: 8 institutions from 4 countries

Sub-coordination from the Warsaw University of Technology side

April 1997 - March 2000

Eastern Europe: Black Triangle region


Project EASE (Emission Abatement Strategies and the Environment).


EU Copernicus Programme


Project Coordinator: Imperial College, London, UK; Prof. H. ApSimon.


Participants: 5 institutions from 3 countries

Sub-coordination from the Warsaw University of Technology side

April 1994 – March 1997



  1. Professional Experience Record:


Date: from (month/year) to (month/year)

Since September 1989

Location

Warsaw, Poland

Company

Warsaw University of Technology

Position

Professor

Description/Responsibilities

Research in the fields of Air Pollution Assessment & Control; Air Pollution Modelling and its Application; Integrated Assessment Modelling; Cost-benefit Analysis, Cost-effectiveness Analysis, Scenario Analysis, Emission Reductions, Decision Support; Air Pollutants Impact on the Environment and Human Health; Climate Change and Ozone Depletion;


Education – lectures, classes, projects; Master & Ph. D thesis supervision.


Date: from (month/year)to (month/year)

1982 - 1986 (four times, total one year)

Location

Lilleström, Norway

Company

NILU (Norwegian Institute for Air Research)

Position

Research worker, visiting specialist

Description/Responsibilities

Development and implementation of urban and regional air pollution models and mesoscale wind field models.



  1. Latest publications:


Trapp W., Juda-Rezler K., Warchałowski A., Reizer M., Paciorek M., Paciorek M. K., 2010. Modelling of PM10 and PM2.5 particulate matter air pollution in Poland. In: Environmental Engineering (edited by Pawłowski L., Dudzińska M. & A. Pawłowski), Taylor & Francis, London, New York, Singapore 2009, accepted for publication.


Uherek E., Halenka T., Balkanski Y., Berntsen T.K., Borken-Kleefeld J., Borrego C., Gauss M., Hoor P., Juda-Rezler K., Lelieveld J., Melas D., Rypdal K., 2010. Assessment of transport impacts on climate and ozone: Land Transport. Accepted for publication in Atmospheric Environment.


Juda-Rezler K., Trapp W., Reizer M., 2010. Modelling the impact of climate changes on PM levels in Poland. In: Air Pollution Modelling and its Application XX, eds.: D.G. Steyn and S.T. Rao, Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2010, 499-504.


Juda-Rezler K., 2010. New challenges in air quality and climate modelling. Archives of Environmental Protection, 36 (1), 3-28.


Juda-Rezler K., Reizer M., 2008. Climate Change and Air Quality Modelling in Central-Eastern Europe. AIRCLIM-NEWS, 3, 2-3.

Juda-Rezler K., 2007. The methodology of computing source-receptor air pollutant matrices for Integrated Assessment Models. In: Environmental Engineering, eds.: Pawłowski L., Dudzińska M. & Pawłowski A., Taylor & Francis, London New York Singapore 2007, pp. 371-379.


Juda-Rezler K., 2006. Urban Air Pollution and Its Health Effects. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol. 15, No 5c, 118-122.


Juda-Rezler K., 2006. Assessing the Winter Time Air Pollution in Cracow (Poland) in Relation with Possible Influences on Human Health and Cultural Heritage. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol. 15, No 5c, 123-128.


Juda-Rezler K., 2006. Integrated Assessment Modelling of Air Pollution on a Regional Scale. Environmental Protection Engineering, Vol. 32, No.3, 47-54.

Juda-Rezler K., 2004. Universal goal function for the Integrated Assessment Models for Air Pollution (in Polish). Publishing House of Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw 2000, p. 131.


Juda-Rezler K., 2004. Risk Assessment of Airborne Sulphur Species in Poland. In: Air Pollution Modelling and its Application XVI, eds.: Borrego C. & Incecik S., Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York 2004, pp. 19-27.


Juda-Rezler K., 2004. Application of an Integrated Assessment Modelling System in Minimization of the Environmental Risk in Poland. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies, 13, 276-278.


Juda-Rezler K., 2004. Modelling of the air pollution by sulphur species in Poland. Environmental Protection Engineering, Vol. 30, No. 3, 53-70.


Juda-Rezler K., 2003. Current Sulphur Concentration Levels in Poland - Model Estimates and Comparison to Observations. In: Environmental Engineering Studies. Polish Research on the Way to the EU, eds.: Pawłowski L., Dudzińska M. & Pawłowski A., Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York 2003, pp.13-22.


Juda-Rezler K. and Matuszewski A., 2003. Critical Levels of Sulphur Dioxide in Poland and their Exceedances. In: Environmental Engineering Studies. Polish Research on the Way to the EU, eds.: Pawłowski L., Dudzińska M. & Pawłowski A., Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York 2003, pp.23-32.


Holnicki P., Żochowski A., Abert K., Juda-Rezler K., 2002. Forecasting of sulphur deposition on a regional scale. Environmental Protection Engineering, vol. 28, No. 3-4, 95-107.


Juda-Rezler K., 2000. Air Pollutants Impact on the Environment (in Polish). Publishing House of Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw 2000, p. 248.


Michalewicz M., Juda-Rezler K., Trojanowski K., Matuszewski A., Michalewicz Z., Trojanowski M., 2000. Evolutionary Real-Time Optimization System for Ecological Power Control. In: Intelligent Information Systems. A Springer-Verlag Company, Heidelberg, New York, 2000, pp. 227-242.


Lowles I., ApSimon H., Juda-Rezler K., Abert K., Brechler J., Holpuch J. and A. Grossinho, 1998. Integrated Assessment Models - tools for developing emission abatement strategies for the Black Triangle Region. Journal of Hazardous Material, 61, 229-237.

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