IEEE since 1993, Senior Member since 2000
IEEE Industrial Electronics Society since 1998
Senior Administrative Committee Member since 2010
Founding Member of the Web and Information Committee since 2006
Web Editor (1999-2007, 2014-)
IEEE Computational Intelligence Society since inception in 2003
IEEE Standards Association since 2017
IEEE Industrial Electronics Society: Senior Administrative Committee Member,
Founding Member of IES Web and Information Committee;
US FIRST Co-mentor for FTC Team #9985, FRC Judge;
BSA Troop #163 Committee member
Native - Polish, Bilingual - English; Some - German, Russian
amateur digital photography, computers, electronic music, travel, hiking
Ethernet, computer networks, networked cyber physical systems
Network Based Control and Monitoring Systems, factory automation, home automation, Internet of Things
Autonomous vehicle localization and navigation
Computer simulation and modeling, computational intelligence, artificial neural networks
Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, August 2004 - present
Research in the areas of networked cyber-physical systems, factory automation, home automation, Internet of Things, and autonomous mobile navigation
John Andrews Award for Excellence in Service, March, 2008, March 2016
Developed new courses: RTOS, Embedded Microcontroller Linux, Embedded TCP/IP, instructional laboratory for the listed courses on embedded systems, Robotic Navigation with SLAM
Taught software, embedded systems and computer networks related courses both at undergraduate and graduate levels, supervised senior capstone projects and M.S. students
Representative to the University Senate, Faculty Handbook Editor, member of the university subcommittee on curriculum
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, August 1998 - August 2004
Research in the areas of network computing, computer networks and Web based control
John Andrews Award for Excellence in Service, February 17, 2004
Developed courses: Web programming, Network Computing, and Computer Networks
Taught software, computer networks and digital circuits related courses both at undergraduate and graduate levels, supervised senior capstone projects and M.S. students
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Wyoming, Wyoming, August 1997 - July 1998
Taught in the areas of microprocessors, computer architecture, programming, Internet programming
Research in the areas of Internet programming, computer networks and web programming
Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland, January - September 1997
Director of the Basics of Electronics and Semiconductor Devices Laboratory
Coordinated work of six faculty and staff members teaching in the laboratory
Lecturer, Private Computer Science College Lingwista Oswiata, Gdansk, Poland, March - July 1997
System Programmer II, Kidney Disease Program, Baptist Hospital, Louisville, Kentucky, June 1995 - December 1996
Developed software in C++/OWL for custom Windows applications and for HP palmtop computers (limited resources)
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Louisville, July-December 1996
Developed a software package for "Manufacturing Yield Optimization with Design Centering," application of inverse modeling and artificial neural network technology
Coordinated M.Sc. students in Dr. Zurada's Research Group
University Fellow and Research Assistant, University of Louisville, August 1992 - May 1996
Research in the area of computational intelligence and artificial neural networks
J. R. Binford Memorial Award given for excellence in the doctoral program, May 1997
Teaching and Research Assistant, Gdansk University of Technology, 1989 - 1992
Postdoctoral Fellowship at University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, July - December 1996
Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering, with highest honors, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, August 16, 1996
Ph.D. Advisor: Prof. Jacek M. Zurada, IEEE Fellow
M.Sc. in Electronics, Faculty of Electronics, Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland, May 1990 Note: 5-year direct M.S.E.E. program that includes B.S.E.E. curriculum
John Andrews Award for Excellence in Service, awarded by Bradley University (three times), February 17, 2004, March 5, 2008, March 2016
2003 Anthony J. Hornfeck Service Award of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society, Roanoke, VA, November 4, 2003, given for excellence in service to the Society
Elected for Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), May 6, 2000
1997 John Richard Binford Memorial Award, given for excellence in the doctoral program, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, May 9, 1997
Graduate School Dean's Citation, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, May 1997
Awarded University of Louisville Fellowship for academic years 1992-1996
Yearly Awarded "The President of Gdansk University of Technology Outstanding Student" 1985-1990
Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research
Miah, S. (PI), Malinowski, A. (Co-PI), “Area Coverage Optimization using Multiple Autonomous Agents,
” Illinois Space Grant Consortium, $10,000.00, Funded (Submitted: March 2016, Start: October 2016, End: April 2019).
Sanchez, J. R. (PI), Irwin Jr., J. (Co-PI), Malinowski, A. (Co-PI), Lu, Y. (Co-PI), "Ultrasound Research Platform for Coded Excitation and Pulse Compression," Office of Teaching Excellence and Faculty Development, Bradley University, $3,000.00, Funded, (Submitted: September 2010, Start: October 2010, End: September 2011).
Sanchez, J. R. (PI), Irwin Jr., J. (Co-PI), Malinowski, A. (Co-PI), Lu, Y. (Co-PI), "MRI Development of a Comprehensive Ultrasound Research Platform for Coded Excitation and Pulse Compression," National Science Foundation, $420,110.00, Not funded (Submitted: April 2010, End: August 2010).
Post, S. L. (PI), Reyer, J. A. (Co-PI), Morris, M. (Co-PI), Malinowski, A. (Co-PI), "Online Wind Tunnel," CEGT - Heuser Award for Interdisciplinary Research, Bradley University, $9,700.00, Funded, (Submitted: June 2009, Start: July 2009).
Post, S. L. (PI), Morris, M. (Co-PI), Malinowski, A. (Co-PI), Reyer, J. A. (Co-PI), Wolffe, R. J. (Co-PI), "Internet-Accessible Wind Tunnel with Rapid Prototyping Model Development," National Science Foundation, $196,010.00, Not funded, (Submitted: May 2009).
Malinowski, A. (PI), Dempsey, G.L. (Co-PI), "Network-Based Communication and Telepresence," Motorola, $100,000; Funded; June 1999-May 2001.
Bradley University (1998-present, updated in spring 2017)
ECE103 Computers and Programming in EE (2011-2013, 2018-, also as EE102: 1998-2010)
ECE205 Microcontrollers (2012-2014)
ECE322 [Microcontroller] Interfacing Lab (2015-)
ECE467 Robotic Design Lab (2015)
ECE470/570 Embedded Data Structures and OOP (2011-, also as EE221: 1998-2011)
ECE471/571 Embedded C and RTOS (2008-)
ECE472/572 Microcontroller Linux and Embedded Operating Systems (2009-)
CE473/573 Embedded TCP/IP (2005-, also as EE410/692: 1999-2004)
ECE474/574 Robotic Navigation with SLAM (2008-2012)
ECE 483/583 Microcomputer Architecture and Design (2015-2017)
EE311 Digital Design (2001-2007)
EE409/691 Web Programming for EE, Web Based Control with Java and PERL (1999-2011)
Self-Mapping and Navigation of Mobile Robots; supervised 3 senior projects; Adept Mobile Robots Platform
Web-Controlled Robots; supervisor of 8 senior student capstone projects; client-server programming in Java and C; motor control using 8051 family embedded system interfaced to PC-104; real-time control over low-bandwidth Internet; interfacing networked computer to moving robots and small vehicles, navigation;
WISENET - TinyOS Based Wireless Network of Sensors; 2 student projects
dedicated to porting of Berkeley's TinyOS to 8051 family of microprocessors with
RF com link; sensors interfaced to an SQL database with Web interface. See URL:
"Web-Controlled Robots"; Supervisor of 8 senior student capstone projects;
client-server programming in Java and C; motor control using 8051 family
embedded system interfaced to PC-104; Real time control over low-bandwidth
Internet; interfacing networked computer to moving robots and small vehicles;
HC11-based microcontrollers programmed in assembly language, interfaced to
sensors and to a network server; 1998-2006.
"Extension Spring Design Calculator" - internet accessible
Mechanical Engineering CAD tool for Mechanical Engineers; project
consultant supervising work of 3 students; Web programming in Java and
"Intranet and Internet Software access: Compilers and Other
Software Accessible through WWW pages"; Web programming in PERL, Java,
and Java Script; running a web server in Win32 environment; September
Selected Fun Projects
"Web-based Document Collection System"; Developed a custom system to
support document collection for the Annual Conference of Industrial
Electronics Society; CGI programming in PERL and dynamic HTML with
developed further as of 2018; See URL:
Porting of Berkeley source code of SPICE3 and NUTMEG to PC-DOS and
NT 32-bit environment; joint projects; February 1997, January 1998; The
spice engine was powering the Spice Internet Package (SIP) at
http://gdansk.bradley.edu/sip/ until fall 2007.
Selected Projects as a Student
"APRW - Multi-layer Feed-forward Neural Network Developer";
Package for NN development; code in C++ for Windows, OWL;
"DES-CENT - Software Package for Process Modeling and Design
Centering"; Application of neural networks to nonlinear modeling and
optimization; 7050 lines of code in generic C++; July-December 1996.
"GENTDOSE - Neural Network Predicted Peak and Trough Gentamicin
Concentrations"; Application of neural networks to pharmacology; 4500
lines of code in C++ for Windows, OWL; March-July 1996. Also
"PREDDOSE - Neural Network Predicted Peak and Trough Gentamicin
Concentrations"; Application of neural networks to pharmacology; 8000
lines of code in C++/DOS and HP palmtop; April 1995-February 1996.
"RECON - Typists' Identification Using Their Typing Style and
Habits"; Engineering Day's Project, February 1993; Application of
neural networks; 1000 lines of code in Turbo Pascal/DOS; 1993. First
Prize Winner, Student Paper Contest, organized by the Louisville
Section of IEEE.
"NEWMARK4 - Numerical solver for up to four nonlinear differential
equations given in the analytical way"; 6800 lines of code in Pascal;
Part of a larger joint project of 12600 lines of code on Calculus
Package for Mechanical Engineers ; 1991.
"Computer-Aided Verification of Mask Design and Device Parameter
Extraction for MOS Technologies Analog and Digital Integrated
Circuits"; M.Sc. Thesis; 5000 lines of code in Pascal/DOS; 1988-1989.
"VIENA - Software Package for Inventory Tracking for the
Merchandise Company La Panthera, Vienna, Austria," joint project;
15000 lines of code in Pascal and assembly language/DOS; 1988.
"SUC - Digital Integrated Circuits Simulating Program for
Microcomputers"; joint project; 4000 lines of code in Pascal/DOS;
"PED Computer Aided Mask Layout Design"; joint projects; program
implemented in Polish semiconductor industry; 2300 lines of code in
"FM-Band Stereo Tuner with PLL Stereo Decoder"; factory-provided
VHF input circuit with two bi-gate MOS, application of MC1200 and
MC1310 PLL stereo decoder.
"Electronic Music Box with Multiple 16-tone Tunes"; counters,
demultiplexers, JK flip-flops, oscillators (while in High School).
"Hi-fi Band Stereo Amplifier with 2x40W Output"; no ICs in the
power output circuit, graphic equalizer with negative impedance
converters, class AB output amplifier with enhanced slew rate and
current compliance (while in High School).
"Electronic Timer with Automatic Exposure Calculator for B&W
Photography"; analog integrator, NE555 application, SCR controlled
output (while in High School).