Dr. Romuald Pawluzyk
Dr. Romuald Pawluczyk is the chief scientist at P&P Optica, as well as Co-founder and Principal Shareholder of P&P Optica Inc. He is also co-founder of FiberTech Optica Inc. In addition, Dr. Pawluczyk is an executive member of various professional organizations, and former adjunct professor in the Physics Departments of the University of Waterloo and Laval University.
Dr. Pawluczyk has an M.Sc degree in nuclear physics from Warsaw University as well as a PhD in photonics from Poznan University and is a highly respected specialist in photonics and spectroscopy. He is an internationally recognized specialist with over 30 years of experience in applied industrial research, culminating in the development and implementation into production of various optical instruments and technologies such as modern optical instrumentation and lasers for three-dimensional imaging.
During his years in the field, Dr. Pawluczyk gained a deep theoretical knowledge in many areas of photonics research including diffractive optics and electro-optic systems, as well as an excellent practical understanding of optical, mechanical, electrinical, and environmental aspects of complex optical and electro-optical systems and their interface with other systems.
Dr Pawluczyk has co-authored 2 books, holds over 20 patents and patent applications, and has delivered numerous invited presentations at universities and international conferences. Additionally, he has published 82 research papers in 41 different outlets, including “Holographic microinterferometer with noise suppression for the 14th Congress of the International Commission of Optics” in 1987, “Modified Brewster angle technique for the measurements of the refraction index of DCG layer” for Appl. Optics in 1990, and “Holographic microscope for registration of ultra-fast moving objects” for SPIE Newsletter “Holography” in 1995.
Dr. Pawluczyk remains active in conducting research, and provides ongoing direction and leadership to P&P Optica. Dr. Pawluczyk is based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.