Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza oraz NOT-Małopolska organizują IV Swiatowy Zjazd Polskich Inżynierów. Szczegóły programu będą przedstawione w najbliższym czasie. Zapraszamy !
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The AGH University and NOT- Małopolska will host the IV World Congress of Polish Engineers in Cracow, Poland on June 13-15, 2019. Detailed program will be announced soon.
The Polish Embassy in Washington, DC hosted the AGM of the Council of Polish Engineers in North America on October 26-27, 2018.
Council members with the host Grazyna Zebrowska, Science and Technology Affairs: Chris Kluczewski, Marek Zywno, Miroslaw Niedzinski, Andrzej Nowak, Hieronim Teresinski, Piotr Moncarz, Grazyna Zebrowska, Damian Cieslicki, Jerzy Orkiszewski, Radoslaw Michalowski, Janusz Romanski.
Janusz Romanski, Radoslaw Michalowski, , Jacek Radzikowski, Miroslaw Niedzinski, Krzysztof Kluczewski, Andrzej Nowak, Jan Plachta, Piotr Moncarz, Hieronim Teresinski, Damian Cieslicki, Marek Zywno.
Jan S. Plachta, currently serving as Secretary of the Council, has written a book entitled “Artist in Concrete and Steel - Bridges of Ralph Modjeski.” The book describes 40 existing bridges designed by Ralph Modjeski that to this day remain as classical examples of bridge engineering. They are spread all over the North American continent.
Ralph Modjeski world renown builder of great American bridges, son of actress Helena Modjeska, was also a piano virtuoso, who performed with Ignacy Paderewski in Chicago. He had a great love for Chopin, played from memory his Nocturnes, Polonaises, Etudes and Mazurkas. Modjeski received three honorary Doctor of Engineering degrees, numerous awards and honors for his notable achievements as an engineer combining the principles of strength and beauty. He was an outstanding businessman and an exceptional organizer of construction sites.