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Karol Życzkowski (1960–present) is a Polish physicist and mathematician.[1] He is a professor of physics at the Atomic Physics Department, Institute of Physics, of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland, and also at the Center for Theoretical Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. He worked as a Humboldt Fellow at the University of Essen (1989-1990) and as senior Fulbright Fellow at the University of Maryland, College Park (1996/97). In 2005/06 visiting scientist at the Perimeter Institute, Waterloo (Ontario).

Karol Życzkowski
Alma materJagiellonian University
Scientific career
FieldsQuantum physics
InstitutionsJagiellonian University

Member of Academia Europaea since 2014.[2] Życzkowski was a member of the Commission on European Matters PAU created by the Polish Academy of Learning. Życzkowski has contributed to quantum chaos, quantum measurement, entropy, and entanglement,[3][4] the theory of voting [5] and jointly with Wojciech Słomczyński[6] designed the Jagiellonian Compromise - a voting system for the Council of the European Union. He worked on complex Hadamard matrices,[7]numerical range and numerical shadow.[8] His father is Michał Życzkowski.[9]

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  2. ^ The Academy of Europe
  3. ^ Karol Życzkowski, Paweł Horodecki, Anna Sanpera and Maciej Lewenstein, Volume of the set of separable states, Phys. Rev. A 58, 883–892 (1998).
  4. ^ Ingemar Bengtsson, Karol Życzkowski, Geometry of Quantum States: An Introduction to Quantum Entanglement, Cambridge University Press, 2006; second revised edition, Cambridge (2017)
  5. ^ M. Cichocki and K. Życzkowski (editors) Institutional Design and Voting Power in the European Union, Ashgate Publishing Group 2010
  6. ^ K. Rzążewski, W. Słomczyński and K. Życzkowski, Każdy głos się liczy, Warszawa, Wydawnictwo Sejmowe, 2014
  7. ^ Catalogue of Complex Hadamard Matrices
  8. ^ Web resource on numerical range and numerical shadow
  9. ^ Home page