Jerzy Brzeziński received M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering, and Ph.D. and Dr. Habil. degrees in computer science, all from Poznań University of Technology, in 1977, 1982, and 1989, respectively. Since April 1977, he has been with Poznan University of Technology where he is currently a Full Professor of Computer Science and head of the Laboratory of Computing Systems.

His research interests include in general dependable distributed computing systems, and in particular: data-centric and client-centric consistency models of data replication, replication techniques and protocols, distributed checkpointing and rollback recovery, distributed deadlock and termination detection, reliable group communication in MANETs (mobile ad-hoc networks), deadlock prevention and avoidance in store-and-forward networks, distributed algorithms design and complexity analysis.

He is the author and coauthor of two books, and over 130 research papers published, among others,  in IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Transactions on Computers, Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, European Journal of Operational Research, Annales des Télécommunications, Microprocessing and Microprogramming, Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and proceeding of many international conferences.

He has been involved in many international and national research projects: New information technologies for electronic economy and information society based on SOA paradigm, Eskulap - Hospital Information System, Wielkopolska Telemedicine Center – improvement of access to specialistic medical services and of treatment quality in Wielkopolska, Network management and diagnostics systems, among others.

Currently he is teaching Operating Systems,  Distributed Computing, and Computer Systems Architecture.

Prof. Brzeziński is a member of the  IEEE CS, ACM, Polish Information Processing Society, Computer Science Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences, among others.