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Aleksander Malinowski is a Professor at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the Bradley University. He is with Bradley since 1998. Before he was visiting University of Wyoming, and also briefly taught at the Gdansk University of Technology.
He (as of June 2019) is the author of 13 journal papers, 2 journal editorials, 6 book chapters, and 54 other refereed publications. The areas of his main interests include Internet of Things, Networked Cyber-physical system, Computer networks, real time operating systems for small embedded platforms, microcontroller Linux (including Buildroot), computational intelligence, neural networks, deep learning,and autonomous navigation including Simultaneous localization and mapping .
Dr. Malinowski is also a Senior Member of IEEE and a Senior Administrative Committee Member for the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society. He is also a founding member and a current chair of the Web and Information Committee for the society. He used to serve as a Web Page Editor for the society. In November 2003 he received the Anthony J. Hornfeck Service Award from the Society.
Aleksander Malinowski received his MS in electronics from the Gdansk University of Technology, Poland in 1990 and Ph.D. with highest honors in Computer Science and Engineering (also received Binford Memorial Award) from the University of Louisville, KY in 1996.
Aleksander "Olek" Malinowski was born in the late 1960s in Gdansk, Poland. He is married to Dagmara and has one son, Matthew-Mateusz. Currently, he lives in Peoria, Illinois. In his spare time he takes a lot of photographs, loves to travel, and listens to electronic music of Vangelis (Evanghelos Odyssey Papathanassiou), Mike Oldfield, Kraftwerk, Marek Bilinski, and Jean Michel Jarre.
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