By the decision of March 10, the President of the Republic of Poland conferred the title of professor of engineering and technical sciences on Jerzy Wojewoda, the Department of Machine Dynamics.
Professor Jerzy Wojewoda graduated from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, TUL (1980). In the same year, he started doctoral studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. In 1984, he was employed as an assistant professor at the Institute of Applied Mechanics (later the Department of Machine Dynamics).
In 1989, he left for the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, as part of TUL international collaboration. The nearly two-year residence concluded in 1992 with a doctoral thesis Experimental Study and Analysis of Quasiperiodically Forced System with Dry Friction ( scientific advisors: Ronald Barron and Tomasz Kapitaniak). He was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in technical sciences, which was later recognized in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Lodz University of Technology.
In 2008, Jerzy Wojewoda wrote a monograph Hysteretic Effects in Dry Friction, which provided the grounds for the application for the postdoctoral degree of doktor habilitowany. In 2018, he was appointed to the position of professor of Lodz University of Technology in the Department of Machine Dynamics.
The list of Web of Science publications includes 47 articles in leading scientific journals, more than 600 citations, the current value of the Hirsch index is 13. The total output includes 5 books, 6 chapters in monographs, 18 conference publications.
Professor Jerzy Wojewoda's leisure pursuits include classical music, digital photography, and sailing. Between 2002 and 2007, he completed five voyages on the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. He is also a PZMWiNW international motorboat racing umpire and a member of the sports and technical committee and the executive authority of the Union Internationale Motonautique - UIM, based in Monaco.