For his contributions to the development of international telecommunications, professor Struzak has been honored by the Silver Medal of International Telecommunication Union (1998).  He was alsoawarded by an IEEE EMCS ‘Acknowledgment of Gratitude’ diploma (2003).  Earlier, in recognition of his achievements, he has been elected to the grade of IEEE Fellow, with the citation: “For contributions to electromagnetic compatibility instrumentation and to frequency management” (1985).  He was also elected to the rank of Academician at the International Telecommunication Academy (since 1997) as well as member of the New York Academy of Science (1993)

Professor Struzak has been honored by high national decorations:  The Gold Cross of Merit (from the President of The Council of State, 1968); The Gold Honor Emblem of Meritorious Telecommunication Staff (from the Minister of Telecommunications, 1969); The Bronze Medal of Merits (from the Minister of Defense, 1969);  The Gold Honor Mark of Distinction of Electrical Engineers (from the President of the Polish Association of Electrical Engineers, 1981); The Cavalier’s Cross Polonia Restituta (from the President of the Council of the State, 1982)

Professor Struzak won two Prize Paper Awards at International Symposiums on Electromagnetic Compatibility in Montreux (1975) and in Rotterdam (1977).  In his native country, he has got three Prize Awards from the Minister of Technology and Higher Education for achievements in scientific research, and Prize Award from the Minister of Telecommunications, in a competition for the best invention in1974.  He also won six Prize Paper Awards in competitions organized by the Polish Society of Theoretical and Applied Electrical Sciences (PTETiS), Wroclaw.  During his engineering studies, he was awarded a scholarship and won the First Prize Award from the Rector of the University at a student contest for innovative design and implementation of microwave generators.

His biography has been published in “Who is Who in the World” (Marquis), “Who is Who in the United Nations and Related Agencies” (Nicholas), “Who is Who in International Affairs” (Europa Pub.), “Who is Who in Engineering” (American Association of Engineering Societies), “Outstanding Scientists of the 21 Century” (International Biographical Centre of Cambridge), “Leading Scientists of the World 2005” (International Biographical Centre of Cambridge), “Who’s Who in Switzerland” (Nagel Publ.), and in other similar publications