Person: Szafraniec, Franciszek Hugon
Franciszek Szafraniec is a Polish mathematician best known for his work in operator theory.
Mathematical Profile (Excerpt):
 Eventually it had been divided with the part in which Szafraniec was born becoming a part of Poland.
 After some deliberations, a decision was made at the last minute that Szafraniec would apply to study mathematics at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków.
 Szafraniec became a member of Ważewski's school and, after his undergraduate studies, undertook research advised by Ważewski.
 The coworkers and former students of Professor Szafraniec may be found in all major Kraków universities.
 Szafraniec worked at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków for his whole career.
 Professor Szafraniec's interests and activities in the mathematical world, together with his capability of cooperating, bears fruit in many publications which encompasses numerous joint papers with dozens of mathematicians.
 MathSciNet lists 123 items by Szafraniec (in July 2013), 36 of which are papers presented at conferences.
 Szafraniec has written 24 joint papers with Jan Stochel (as of July 2013).
 Szafraniec has been as editor for the Proceedings of the semester long workshop Linear operators held in Warsaw in the Spring of 1994.
 Szafraniec retired from his professorship at the Jagiellonian University in 2010 when he reached the age of seventy.
Born 22 March 1940, Świętochłowice, Upper Silesia, Poland.
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