Krzysztof C. Ciesielski received his masters and PhD degrees
in pure mathematics from Warsaw University, Poland, in 1981 and 1985,
respectively. He has worked at West Virginia University from 1989 to the
present. In addition, since 2006 he holds the position of adjunct professor in
the department of radiology at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author
of three books and about 150 journal research articles. His research interests
include both pure mathematics (real analysis, topology, set theory) and applied
mathematics (image processing, especially image segmentation). He is an editor
of Real Analysis Exchange, the Journal of Applied Analysis, and the Journal of
Mathematical Imaging and Vision

**Education:**

Ph.D. in Mathematics (1985), Warsaw University, Poland.

Master of Mathematics (1981), Warsaw University,
Poland.