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1
DISCOVERING KNOWN
RE
UN
Poland
2
POLAND AT A GLANCE
  • Location Central Europe
  • Neighbouring Countries 7 Germany, Czech
    Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania,
    Kaliningrad Oblast.
  • Seas Balitc Sea
  • Area 312,679 km²
  • Topography plains, grasslands,
  • highlands, mountain ranges.

3
SIP OF HISTORY
OVER 1000 YEARS
1791
1795
1807
1788-92
1815
1773
1901
1772-1795
1920
1926
1683
1914 -1918
1569
1939-1945
1466
1948
1952
1410
1364
1981
1989
1025
966
2004
lets create history not repeat it
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POWER OF INVENTIONS
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INVENTIVE POLES
Rudolf Gundlach In 1934 he created a reversible
periscope, which involved 360 view without
changing a position. That invention is still used
and was patented in France, Great Britain and
Sweden. The periscopes plans were stolen by
Germans and Russians.
Jan Szczepanik He patented a device for
photoelectric sound recording on a film tape. The
development of film was possible thanks to him.
Alojzy Swietoslawski In 1935 he created extra
sensitive thermometer called Swietoslawski
ebulliometer which can be used for extremely
accurate measurements of boiling temperature.
Stefan Feliks Manczarski He was one of the first
television originators around the world. In 1929
he created the first Polish telly.
6
CONTRIBUTION OF POLAND INTO THE WORLD SCIENCE
  • Polish scientists were responsible for the
    following breakthroughs in science

STEFAN BANACH (1892-1945) mathematician, creator
of functional analysis who set up School in Lvov
which paved the way for Polish mathematics to the
top of world ranking
KAROL OLSZEWSKI chemist, professor of
Jagiellonian University who in 1833 together with
physicist ZYGMUNT WRÓBLEWSKI led to
condensation of oxygen, nitrogen and carbon
dioxide from air
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JAN CZOCHRALSKI (1885-1953) elaborated the
production method of monocrystals used for
manufacturing of semi-conductors
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  • Maria Sklodowska Curie (Physics)

1903
Henryk Sienkiewicz (Literature) Sienkiewicz
received his Nobel Prize for Quo vadis.
1905
1911
Maria Sklodowska Curie (Chemistry)
Wladyslaw Reymont (Literature) He got his Nobel
Prize for the novel entitled Chlopi
1924
Czeslaw Milosz (Literature) He was awarded for
his contribution to literary output.
1980
Lech Walesa (Politics)
1983
Wislawa Szymborska (Literature) She was granted
the Nobel Prize for her contribution to literary
heritage.
1996
9
PEACE SOLIDARITY
  • John Paul the Second - was one of the largest
    Holy Fathers, by many considered as the greatest
    authority in history . The Pope - traveller,
    eternal defender of human rights and the most
    important values

Lech Walesa- is a well- known Polish politician.
As a leader of underground solidarity he was
awarded Peaceful Nobel Prize in 1983 . His
activity has affected the change of political
situation in Poland and Europe. He has been
elected the President of Republic of Poland
after the rule of communist government.
10
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Polish chemistry, physics and mathematics can
    boast the highest number of scientific
    publications in all fields of sciences, taking
    19th place on the ranking list of Scientific
    Information Institute in Philadelphia

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Physics
Mathematics
History
Chemisty

11
POLISH SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS
  • the discovery of the practical implementation of
    blue laser by the team led by prof.Sylwester
    Porowski from PAN ( to detect cancer cells,
    control rockets or monitor contamination)
  • the design of the technology for the manufacture
    of the smallest synthetic diamonds in the world
  • designing nano-crystals for the purposes of 3G
    mobile telephony systems
  • the discovery of a substance which induces
    cancer cells to self destruct and vaccines
    against Heine-Medina and typhus

12
SUCCESSES IN FIELD OF MEDICINE
  • implanting novatory valvules in the heart by the
    group of cardio-surgeons, led by prof.Jerzy
    Sadowski from the Hospital named after the Pope
    John II in Cracow,
  • constructing an artificial heart,
  • producing Polish insulin,
  • elaborating the test to check presence of CHEK2
    gene for detecting predispositions to cancer,
  • designing unique scald bandages,
  • making the first European cardiosurgical robot
    Robin Heart.

13
SPACE EXPLORATION
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  • Bohdan Paczynski renowned for searching dark
    matter in Universe
  • PAN Space Research Centre specialising in
    designing instruments and devices e.g.
    spectro-photo-metres for 2008 Interplanetary
    Mission Beppi Colombo unmanned space craft to
    probe Mercury, Mars, Tytan.

14
EXPEDITIONS
  • Henryk Arctowski - one of the most outstanding
    researchers of polar area traveller and
    geophysicist who explored Antarctica and
    Spitsbergen .
  • The first Polish stationary polar station set up
    in 1977 was named after ARCTOWSKI
  • Thanks to it, Poland became 13th Member of
    Antarctic System. Nowadays it belongs to the
    club of 28 countries and is representated at
    international conferences. Only in summer of
    2003/04 the Polish Polar Station was visited by
    about 3 thousand tourists from the whole world.
  • POLISH ARCHEOLOGISTS in the Mediterranean area
    (Egypt, Crimea, the Middle- Near East) - for
    example- the Hatshepsut Temple excavated by
    Polish archeologists in Egypt.

15
FAMOUS DESIGNERS AND ARCHITECTS
  • Rudolf Modrzejewski a designer of bridges in
    the USA, e.g. Benjamin Franklin Bridge in
    Philadelphia and over the river Missisipi
  • Gabriel Narutowicz the first president of
    independent Poland but also
  • a well-known engineer who built many
    hydro-electric power stations in Switzerland
    during emigration
  • Wladyslaw Trylinski- in 1929 Trylinski with
    Wladyslaw Bryla built, the first in Europe,
    welded bridge across Sludwia river (near Lowicz).
    In 1935 he patented a tough pavement with
    six-cornered blocks called trylinka. Wladyslaw
    Trylinski patented also reinforced concrete base
    railway (used around the world).
  • Lucjan Lagiewka Polish inventor, designer of
    many technical devices such as dynamic brake and
    bumper.

16
WORLD OF ART
  • Witold Lutoslawski (1913- 1994) avant-garde
    composer but his mournful music made the biggest
    impression on audience,

Krzysztof Penderecki (1933) the most versatile
composer, author of Credo whose operas are
performed on the stages all over the world
e.g.Raj utracony, Czarna Maska and Król Ubu
Who are they ??
Tadeusz Kantor avant-garde artist hailed the
importer of novelties from West, an inventor of
new techniques in painting, sculpture, graphics,
theatre, happening.
Henryk M. Górecki (1933) his III Symphony
became an international bestseller in Baden-Baden
1976 , making him one of the best contemporary
composers.
Magdalena Abakanowicz creator of a new form of
spatial tapestry,after being awarded in Sao
Paulo Biennale 1965 gained international fame.
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Andrzej Wajda is a known throughout the world
Polish director. In his movies he shows fates of
people in important historic moments . He
received many prestigious awards such as Gold
Bear at the Berlin Festival Golden Palm at
Festival in Cannes for the motion picture
entitled Iron Man Czlowiek z Zelaza. He was
nominated for the Oscar for the film about
Katyn. In 2000 he was awarded Oscar for lifetime
achievements.
Do you know any polish oscar laureates??
Zbigniew Rybczynski - 1983 for the best cartoon
film
Jan A.P. Kaczmarek 2005 for composing music to
the film Finding Neveland
Allan Starski and Ewa Brown - for screenplay of
Schindlers List
Janusz Kaminski 1993 and 1998 for shooting the
films Schindlers List and Saving Private
Ryan.
Roman Polanski -2003 for directing the film The
Pianist
18
FAMOUS SPORTSMEN
Adam Malysz he is the best Polish ski jumper
and the only ski jumper ever to win the World Cup
3 times in a row.
  • Robert Kubica - he is the first and sole so far
    racing driver F1 being Polish.

Justyna Kowalczyk Polish ski-runner who won 3
gold medals in the World Championships in Liberc
Mariusz Czerkawski - he is Polish hockey player,
playing in famous foreign clubs. What s curious,
he has gained (from unknown reasons) the
nickname Polish Prince.
19
THE BEST AT OLYMPIC GAMES
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HUMAN RESOURCES
  • Polish IT specialists are much sought after
    abroad.
  • Well-qualified managerial staff in Poland
  • Talented Youth
  • Resourceful entrepreneurs
  • Effective manufacturers

21
MAIN ASSET POLISH YOUTH
  • INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES
  • Poland distinguishes itself in terms of ICT
    graduates who are winning in the prestigious Top
    Coder ranking and also achieving high positions
    in the worldwide

Polish Students the best at ICT in the world!
For the last 12 years pupils of junior
highschools have been winning gold medals at
International Computer Science Contests. In
2006 Filip Wolski became the world champion in
computer studies in Mexico. In 2007 Tomasz
Kulczynski repeated his success in Croatia. A
year later Marcin Koscielnicki took the third
place in the world contest in Egypt.
22
MANAGEMENT
  • In April 2005 Cracow University of Economics
    graduates won an international management contest
    EUROMANAGER in Lisbon.

Lifetech life saving system is an invention
made a year later by students from University of
Technology in Poznan. They beat 250 teams and
proved to be the best in the world. The highest
note was given to them by jury of Computer
Society in charge of International Design
Competition in Washington.
In 2008 students of computer science in Warsaw
University won 9th edition of Global Managament
Challenge.
  • Google Code Jam Competition and the IBM Linux
    Scholars Challenge.
  • Over 300 Polish IT engineers are employed at the
    Silicon Valley.

23
YOUNG GENIUSES
Jarek Nadrzycki This 18 year-old boy from Zagan
won the highest trophy in International Violin
Contest Max Rostal in Berlin in 2002. Pole was
the youngest participant of the contest and as he
proved the best. The commission didnt announce
the first and third places. Jarek who played I
Violin Concert of Dymitr Szostakowicz took the
second place.
  • Leopold Hess
  • 19 year-old student of High School in
    Bielsko-Biala won theInternational Competition of
    Philosophy in Seul. Leopold is also a laureate of
    the central contest in Polish, Latin and
    philosophy. He has learnt six other languages but
    this outstanding student can find spare time for
    a friend or for practising sports.

Tomasz Czajka He is an exceptionally gifted
computer scientist. Tomasz is 20 odd year old
student of Warsaw University. In December 2003 he
won an important contest in the USA. Then, it
turned out that he is the fastest person in
writing computer programs. Since then large
companies have been sending him propositions to
work with them.
Jan Mela He is the youngest and the only disabled
who reached North Pole on 24th April 2004 at the
age of 15. When he was 13 years old, he lost his
leg and arm as a result of electric current
paralysis. Marek Kaminski, Wojciech Ostrowski and
Wojciech Moskal are famous polar explorers. They
accompanied him on his 120 kilometer- expedition
by ice gaps, in 30 frost. The trip lasted 10
days.
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OTHER PRODIGIES
Maciej Hermanowicz He is an unusually talented
teenager. He would like to be a scientist. When
he was 3 years old, he could already read. Two
years later Maciej was learning English and
playing the piano. Now he knows French, German
and he has already learnt Italian. Besides,
Maciej writes poems and wins a lot of contests in
this field. In February 2004 he worked on
analyzing the photos of Mars in the NASA
laboratory in Pasadena.
You can follow in their footsteps
Kasia Sobolewska The student of High School in
Boleslawiec reads 35 500 words per minute with
95 text understanding. Her achievement is
inscribed in The Guinness Book of World Records.
  • Jan Bielecki
  • Ten year-old Jan Bielecki from Lodz won the
    Europe Cup in figure skating. Young master has
    already taken part in ten competitions in Poland
    and Europe. Jan has won a gold medal eight times
    and a silver medal twice.

The winner of 15th International Contest of
Chopin Music
25
Poland - aviation sector valley
  • Polands "aviation valley is famous for its
    aviation industry and pilot training centres. It
    draws its knowledge from a hundred years of
    aviation traditions and 70 years of Polish
    experience in aviation.
  • Manufacturing companies in Poland produce
  • light sports, passenger, agricultural and
    training aircrafts,
  • helicopters,
  • gliders,
  • aircraft parts and accessories.
  • In general, there are more than 60 aviation
    companies operating in Poland which employ a
    total of 18 thousand people. The aircraft are
    exported, mainly to the USA, Venezuela, Italy,
    Greece, Canada, Spain, Germany, South Korea,
    Indonesia, Vietnam and Iraq.
  • One of them is PZL Mielec ( Manufacturer of
    light transport and special-purpose airplanes,
    agro and fire-fighting and  trainer aircraft,
    supplier of aerostructures and aircraft
    components for international industrial
    cooperation programs).

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Poland - centre of automotive sector suppliers
  • Poland is also a leading manufacturer of
    components such as
  • tyres,
  • car seats and upholstery,
  • car electronics,
  • electric cables,
  • Engines are slowly becoming Polish specialty.
  • car brake's systems.
  • Components manufactured in Poland are installed
    in cars of many brands, such as Mercedes,
    Nissan, Opel, Porsche, Toyota, Volkswagen, Isuzu,
    Fiat, Citroen, Honda, Peugot, Volvo, BMW,
    Rolls-Royce, Lamborghini and Ferrari.
  • Our boast cars Gepard and Leopard produced in
    Mielec

27
Poland white goods centre
Amica - the largest Polish producer of domestic
appliances sells around 40 of its production to
40 foreign markets.
  • Another Polish producer, Zelmer is the largest
    domestic manufacturer of home appliances and a
    significant international player on the vacuum
    cleaners market. The company sells half of its
    production on the foreign markets.

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Poland leading yacht producer in the region
  • Polish boat builders have specialized in small
    and medium sized yachts of up to 7.5 metres in
    length.
  • The so called Big Five of the Polish boatyards,
    which include Balt Yacht, Delphia Yachts, Galeon,
    Ostróda Yachts and Slepsk, export nearly 100 of
    their production.

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Poland best agricultural products
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OTHER EXPORT PRODUCTS
  • Polish producers of juices and confectionery also
    conquer new markets. The Group Maspex Wadowice is
    one of the largest food processing companies in
    Poland

Polish confectionery brand names such as Wedel,
Solidarnosc, Jutrzenka or Odra have been present
abroad for many years.
POLISH BREWERIES After the EU accession Polish
breweries also commenced an exporting offensive.
In terms of beer exports, 2004 was a record year
- 400 thousand hectoliters. One can buy Okocim
and Zywiec in Chicago (present on the American
market for 40 years), or purchase Carlsberg
brewed in Brzesko in London. Brok is sold in
Hungarian supermarkets and Zywiec exported its
beer to the USA, Canada, Great Britain and also
to other countries, whereas Okocim sent its beer
to Great Britain, Slovakia and Hungary.
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Poland health tourism destination
  • Polish health tourism has a proud two-hundred
    year old history. In 75 places there are more
    than 321 health spas offering unique health
    facilities and treatments. There is even an
    underground spa in a former salt mine.
  • Naleczów,
  • Krynica Zdrój,
  • Augustów,
  • Kolobrzeg,
  • Ciechocinek,
  • Rabka,
  • Duszniki Zdrój,
  • Wieliczka.

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