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Project Manager, Research Specialist,


Successful application of my knowledge and skills in developing or expanding the business of multimodal transport company


PIMA LLC, Madison, WI

Founder and Managing Officer of the Limited Liability Company, June 2007-Present (3 yrs)

• Developed business contacts abroad (Poland, Germany, Russia and Lithuania)

• Developed and executed business plan involving export of vehicles in accordance with State of Wisconsin law, U.S. export regulations and Foreign Import Laws.

• Extensively used the knowledge of international transport to streamline logistical operations

• Managed a team of contractors, streamlined the workflow and applied the cost-reduction measures

• Marketed the services of PIMA LLC to local and international clients, especially high corporate echelon members

Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Research Associate, October 2009-Present (<1 yr)

• Developed spectral, statistical and qualitative methods and algorithms to analyze various meteorological and climatological data

• Authored and co-authored 3 scientific papers

• Developed scientific contacts in Academia and Commercial Companies (Noblis)

• Developed the professional understanding of climate change, dynamics of policymaking in relation to the issue

Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Research Assistant, June 1999-September 2009 (10 yrs)

• Developed various qualitative and quantitative methods of climatological and meteorological data in order to build cohesive chemical transport theory for the Southern Hemisphere

• Mastered scientific programming and visualization languages including Fortran 77, Matlab and IDL

• Developed methods and algorithms for computational fluid dynamics modeling and visualization of results

• Cooperated with various scientists and groups in the geophysical sciences (NASA Langley Research Center, Global Modeling and Assimilation Office – NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere – Kyoto University) on data assimilation and modeling techniques


University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

Ph.D. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, December 2010

Dissertation: Dynamical redistribution of column ozone in the Southern Hemisphere

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

M.S. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, August 2004

Thesis: An observational and modeling study of large scale interaction between the northern and southern hemispheres

Maritime Academy, Gdynia, Poland

M.Eng. in Maritime transport and Navigation, May 1998

Thesis: One-man bridge operations on seagoing vessels



• Excellent writing, interpersonal communication, negotiation and presentation skills

• In-depth knowledge of international maritime industry

• Demonstrated ability to effectively interact with a variety of high level corporate, government personnel and senior management

• Ability to plan, execute and supervise research projects as well as logistical and technological processes

• Demonstrated competence in prioritizing in a high-volume, multi-tasking, independent working and deadline driven environment, while under minimal or no supervision

• High project management, analytical and synthesis skills

• Demonstrated ability to make independent judgments regarding the interpretation and application of US Export Regulations, Foreign and state/federal business regulations

• Proficient in various computational modeling techniques used in geophysical sciences (experience with isentropic and non-hydrostatic models)

• Proficient with Microsoft Office, Adobe Suite, Canvas, PaintShop Pro and Mathcad products

• Proficient with Fortran77 programming language, with good understanding of Fortran 90/95

• Proficient with IDL and MATLAB visualization and computational languages

• Team player also able to act in a leadership position

• Demonstrated ability to work independently while meeting deadlines

• Ability to communicate in Polish (native speaker), German (basic) and Russian (basic) languages



• United States Naval Institute, since 1994


• US and Polish citizenship (legally allowed to work within the European Union countries)

• Willingness to travel as a part of the job requirements if needed

Madison, WI,
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