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Jan Heweliusz (in Polish) or Johann Howelcke (in German), born Jan. 28, 1611, died Jan. 28, 1687 in Gdańsk, astronomer who compiled an atlas of the Moon.

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2 Jan Heweliusz (in Polish) or Johann Howelcke (in German), born Jan. 28, 1611, died Jan. 28, 1687 in Gdańsk, astronomer who compiled an atlas of the Moon (Selenographia, published 1647) containing one of the earliest detailed maps of its surface as well as names for many of its features. A few of his names for lunar mountains (e.g., the Alps) are still in use, and a lunar crater is named for him. Hevelius also made a catalog of 1564 stars, the most comprehensive of its time, and a celestial atlas in which several constellations, now accepted, were shown for the first time. After his death, the catalog and the atlas were published together (Prodromus Astronomiae, 1690) by his wife, Elisabetha, who had collaborated with him in his observations. A member of a noble family of Gdańsk, Hevelius was a city councillor and a brewer. After studying at the University of Leiden in the Netherlands, he returned to Gdańsk and built an observatory atop his house and equipped it with fine instruments of his own making. Source: In 1987, the City of Gdańsk established a Prize for the Scientific name of Jan Hevelius. For several years, the prize given in the field of Science, since 2001, the prize is also in the field of the Humanities.

3 , Science: Prof. dr inż. Edward Borowski Prof. dr hab. Kazimierz Gęba Prof. dr hab. med. Stefan Angielski Prof. dr inż. Włodzimierz Prosnak Prof. dr hab. Maciej Żylicz Prof. dr Edmund Cieślak Prof. dr hab. med. Olgierd Narkiewicz Prof. dr hab. Karol Taylor Prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Ciesielski Prof. dr hab. inż. Edmund Wittbrodt Prof. dr hab. Mariusz Żydowo Prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Grzonka Prof. dr hab. Roman Kaliszan , Science: Prof. dr hab. Jacek Namieśnik Prof. dr hab. Michał Mrozowski Prof. dr hab. Grzegorz Węgrzyn Prof. dr hab. Bolesław Rutkowski Prof. dr hab. med. Janusz Limon Prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Czyżewski Prof. dr hab. Marcin Pliński Prof. dr hab. Ryszard Horodecki Prof. dr hab. Jacek Jassem Prof. dr hab. inż Janusz Rachoń , Humanities: Prof. dr hab. Roman Wapiński Prof. dr hab. Edmund Kotarski Prof. dr hab. Józef Bachórz Prof. dr hab. Bohdan Dziemidok Prof. dr hab. Józef Borzyszkowski Prof. dr hab. Jerzy Limon Prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Książek–Czermińska Prof. dr hab. Marek Latoszek Prof. dr hab. Zdzisław Brodecki Prof. dr hab. Jan Burnewicz Jan Heweliusz Prize Laureates

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7 Paweł Adamowicz, the Mayor of the City of Gdańsk

8 Jan Heweliusz ( ceremony actor )

9 Both Winners: Jan Burnewicz & Janusz Rachoń

10 Jan Burnewicz award statuette

11 Jan Heweliusz Science Prize of the City of Gdansk for the year 2010 in the category of Humanities to Professor Jan Burnewicz for for the creation of a school of economic comparative research and foundations of the economics of innovation and for the contribution to the programs of the Polish transport system development

12 Ceremony before the Memorial of Jan Heweliusz

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14 Rector of the University of Gdansk, Professor Bernard Lammek

15 Academic Choir of the University of Gdansk

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17 Singer Daria Zaradkiewicz & pianist Artur Jurek

18 Bogusław Liberadzki, Member of the European Parliament, former Polish minister of transport and maritime economy

19 Painter Jacek Kornacki and his portrait of Jan Burnewicz

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21 MAIN PROMOTORS OF INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CAREER OF JAN BURNEWICZ Werner Rothengatter IWW (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie Institut für Wirtschaftspolitik und Wirtschaftsforschung, Germany) Maurice Bernadet (Laboratoire dEconomie des Transports, Lyon, France) Alain Bonnafous (Laboratoire dEconomie des Transports, Lyon, France) Christian Reynaud INRETS (Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Sécurité, Paryż, France)

22 Laurent Guihéry, Laboratoire dEconomie des Transports, Lyon

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24 Lecture of Jan Burnewicz on the risk in scientific research

25 Team of the Chair of Comparative Research of Transport Systems, University of Gdansk


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