Professor Struzak has acquired wide experience relevant to radio science and applications.  He was advising governmental and intergovernmental agencies and non-governmental/ private-sector entities in a number of countries.  In 2000, he was invited to evaluate, as an independent expert, the UN OCHA Emergency Telecommunications Project that led to the Tampere Convention.  He was also advising the IUCAF Scientific Committee on Frequency Allocations for Radio Astronomy and Space Sciences (2001).  He was selected to assists, with two other international consultants, in planning national spectrum management and monitoring system in the framework of a major World Bank-led project on modernization of informatics and economic infrastructure in Turkey.  He was also involved in a number of industry-led projects, including the two ‘world-first”: one on an Advanced Rural Telecommunication System and another one on a Low-Earth-Orbiting satellite system – ‘Internet-In-The-Sky’.  In 2002, he worked on a market surveillance project for the European Community, regarding the implementation of the RTTE Directive.  Earlier  (1994 – 2000), he served as the Editor-in-Chief of “Global Communications” publication series and Chairman of its Editorial Advisory Committee.

Professor Struzak has gained international recognition and was elected to leadership positions in the ITU-CCIR, the IEC-CISPR and the URSI. The ITU Plenipotentiary Conference … (more)

For over nine years, he was employed as a high-level international civil servant at the International Telecommunication Union, ITU… (more)

Ryszard Struzak started his professional carrier as a research technician (when continuing his engineering studies at the same time) and passed through all steps up to the rank of the Head of the EMC Laboratory, Coordinator of National Program, and Professor – Head of the Wroclaw Branch of the National Research  Institute for Telecommunications in Poland… (more)

Concurrently, Professor Struzak  was employed at the University of Technology at Wroclaw.  (All these activities were suspended for almost two years of his obligatory military service, when he was serving as a staff officer responsible for radiolocation in an anti-aircraft artillery unit of the Polish Army)… (more)