Jan Sładkowski

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Jan Sładkowski
Born 1958
Świętochłowice, Poland
Residence Poland
Nationality Polish
Fields Physicist
Institutions University of Silesia
Alma mater University of Silesia
Doctoral advisor Marek Zrałek
Known for Quantum game theory

Jan Sładkowski was born in Świętochłowice, Poland in 1958. He is notable for his work on the role of exotic smoothness in cosmology, quantum game theory, and applications of thermodynamics in the theory of finance.

Education[edit]

He earned his PhD, under Marek Zrałek, and habilitation in theoretical physics from the University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland. He has published a number of papers on quantum field theory, mathematical physics, quantum information processing, and econophysics.

Career[edit]

He has held visiting posts at the Bielefeld University and at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He presently holds the Chair of Astrophysics and Cosmology at the University of Silesia.

Honors[edit]

In 1999, he was a Humboldt fellow.

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