Stefan Pokorski was born in Mlotkowice, Poland. 1964 he was awarded his Master of Science in Physics at the University of Warsaw. He received his Ph.D. degree and his Habilitaton (Doctor of Science) in Physics also from the University of Warsaw in 1967 and 1971. Since 1978 he works as a Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Warsaw. Furthermore, from 1984 to 1993 Pokorski was Director of the Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Warsaw and since 1989 he is Head of the Chair for Theory of Particles and Elementary Interactions. He had long-term research appointments with CERN Geneva, the University of Geneva, Fermi National Laboratory Batavia and the Max Planck Institute Munich.
- 2004, Ordinary Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw)
- 2003, Humboldt Research Award of Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung (Bonn/Hamburg)
- 2003, Marian Smoluchowski Medal of the Polish Physical Society
- 2002, Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta
- 2001, Member of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences (Cracow)
- 1992, Member of Warsaw Scientific Society 2000 Frontier Fellow in Fermilab
- 1991, Extraordinary Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Warsaw)
- 1985, Knight’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta
- 1985, Maria Sklodowska-Curie Award of Polish Academy of Sciences
Theoretical physics of elementary interactions and its interface with cosmology. Primary interest in physics beyond the Standard Model, with its challanging questions such as the origin of the electroweak symmetry breaking and of the Fermi scale, the origin of dark matter and of the matter antimatter asymmetry.
- Stability of flux compactifications and the pattern of supersymmetry breaking. Journal of High Energy Physics 2004 (11), 2004, 076-076.
- Quantum corrections to neutrino masses and mixing angles. International Journal of Modern Physics A 17 (05), 2002, 575-614 .
- Gauge invariant effective Lagrangian for Kaluza-Klein modes. Physical Review D 64 (10), 2001.
- Supersymmetry and FCNC effects. Journal of High Energy Physics, 1998.
- Electroweak symmetry breaking and bottom-top Yukawa unification. Nuclear Physics B 426 (2), 1994, 269-300.
- Theoretical uncertainties and phenomenological aspects of B → XSγ decay. Nuclear Physics B 424 (2), 1994, 374-398.
- Charged and neutral supersymmetric Higgs boson masses. Complete one-loop analysis. Physics Letters B 274 (2), 1992, 191-198.
- Hierarchy of quark masses in the isotopic doublets in N=1 supergravity models. Physics Letters B 214 (3), 1988, 393-397.
- Heavy flavour multiplicities at very high energies. Nuclear Physics B 155 (1), 1979, 253-268.