Andrzej Ślebarski | Excellence in Research - Award Winner 2023

Prof Dr Andrzej Ślebarski : Data Analysis Innovation

Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Andrzej Ślebarski, a true trailblazer in the realm of Data Analysis Innovation! Your unwavering commitment to excellence in research has earned you the prestigious International Research Data Analysis Excellence Award. Your groundbreaking contributions and innovative approaches in data analysis have not only set a new standard but have also significantly advanced our understanding of complex datasets. Your dedication and achievements inspire us all. Here's to celebrating your well-deserved success and the impact you continue to make in the field. Cheers to a visionary leader and award winner!

Professional Profiles:

Early Academic Pursuits:

Andrzej Ślebarski began his academic journey at the University of Silesia in Katowice, where he obtained his Master's degree in Physics in 1973. Subsequently, he pursued his doctoral studies at the same university, earning his Ph.D. in 1978. His early research focused on structural and magnetic investigations of ternary Laves phases, particularly in the GdMn2-GdAl2 system.

Professional Endeavors:

Dr. Ślebarski's academic career has been extensive and impactful. He joined the Institute of Physics at the University of Silesia in 1973, starting as an Assistant and gradually progressing through various roles, including Adiunkt, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and finally reaching the position of Full Professor in 2003. His responsibilities included both teaching physics to students and conducting scientific research in experimental solid-state physics.

In 2021, he transitioned to become a Full Professor at the Institute of Low Temperatures and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław, following his retirement from the University of Silesia in Katowice.

Contributions and Research Focus:

Dr. Ślebarski's research has primarily centered around solid-state physics, with a specific focus on the electronic structure of intermetallic compounds of rare earths. His experimental techniques involved X-ray spectroscopy, including XPS (X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy), XES (X-ray emission spectroscopy), BIS (Bremstrahlung isochromat spectroscopy), XANES, and others. His investigations delved into specific heat, electric and heat transport, and magnetic properties of metals and alloys containing rare earths, exploring phenomena such as fluctuant valency, Kondo effect, heavy fermion properties, and quantum phase transitions.

His interest extended to strongly correlated electron phenomena in d- and f-electron materials, encompassing superconductivity, magnetism, heavy fermion behavior, and non-Fermi liquid behavior. Notably, he focused on unconventional superconductivity arising from atomic disorder.

Accolades and Recognition:

Throughout his career, Dr. Andrzej Ślebarski has received prestigious awards, including the award of the Polish Academy of Sciences in 1990 and 1982, as well as the award of the Minister of Science and Education in 1983, 1979, and 2021. His contributions have been recognized both nationally and internationally.

Impact and Influence:

Dr. Ślebarski's international collaborations and numerous visits abroad have further enriched his research and contributed to the global scientific community. Noteworthy are his collaborations with institutions such as the University of Cologne, University of Osnabrueck, and University of California, San Diego, where he engaged in fruitful scientific exchanges and research programs.

Legacy and Future Contributions:

As a Vice President of the Committee of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences and a member of various scientific councils, Dr. Ślebarski continues to play a significant role in shaping the direction of physics research in Poland. His extensive experience, both in administration and academia, positions him as a valuable figure in the scientific community. The legacy of his research, mentorship, and leadership will likely continue to influence the field of solid-state physics for years to come.

Notable Publications:


A total of  665  citations for his publications, demonstrating the impact and recognition of his research within the academic community.

Citations                665

h-index  19            16

i10-index                25


Andrzej Ślebarski | Excellence in Research | Data Analysis Innovation

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