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Renewable energy, Bioenergy plants, LCA calculations, GHG emissions from agriculture, Adaptation to Climate Change in the Agricultural Sector

EDUCATION
2003 – M. Sc. in Horticulture University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Akademicka 13, 20-950 Lublin, Poland www.up.lublin.pl
2008 – PhD in Agronomy Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation –State Research Institute
2010 – UE Project Management, research and work development (postgraduate study for researchers), Higher School of Economics and Innovation in Lublin
2012 – Manager of science and business (postgraduate study for researchers), (postgraduate study for researchers), Higher School of Economics and Innovation in Lublin
ACTIVITIES IN INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES
2014 – Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases (GRA) Coordinator for Poland
WORK EXPERIENCE
2015 – assistant professor at Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation –State Research Institute, Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis
2013 Visiting Fellow at Technology Unit in the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania
2012 Visiting Fellow at Technology Unit in the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania
2011 –Visiting Fellow at Agricultural University of Athens, Department of Agricultural Economics,
2010 –Visiting Fellow at Research Station Agroscope Reckenholz-Tänikon (ART),
2008 – 2015 senior researcher at Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation –State Research Institute, Department of Agrometeorology and Applied Informatics, Czartoryskich 8, 24-100 Puławy,
2007 – Norman E. Borlaug International Agricultural Science and Technology Fellows Program, Second generation biofuels. University of Georgia, 204 Biological Sciences, Microbiology Department, Athens, Georgia 30602, United States 01.10-10.11.2007
PUBLICATIONS:
Gerssen-Gondelach S.J., Wicke B., Borzęcka-Walker M., Pudełko R., Faaij A.P.C. 2015 Bioethanol potential from miscanthus with low ILUC risk in the province of Lublin, Poland. GCB Bioenergy doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12306
Faber A., Borzęcka-Walker M., Krasuska E., Jarosz Z., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Syp A., Nieróbca A., Smagacz J. 2014. Indirect land-use change effects of biodiesel production: A case study for Poland. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment. Vol.12 (2 ) :1353-1355
Pudełko, R., Kozyra, J., Borzȩcka-Walker M., Low altitude aerial remote sensing and mobile ground measurements-New approach to field monitoring Sensing Technologies for Biomaterial, Food, and Agriculture 2013; Yokohama; Japan; 23 April 2013
Krasuska E., Faber A., Pudełko R., Jarosz Z., Borzęcka-Walker M., Kozyra J. Syp A., Emission saving opportunities for corn cultivation for ethanol in Poland Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4 ) : 2 0 5 0 - 2 0 5 3 . 2 0 1 3
Krasuska E., Pudełko R., Faber A., Jarosz Z., Borzęcka-Walker M., Syp A., Kozyra J. 2013. Optimization and risk analysis of greenhouse gas emissions depending on yield and nitrogen rates in winter wheat cultivation Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4 ) : 2217-2219
Rozakis S, Haque M., Natsis A, Borzecka-Walker M, Mizak K. 2013 Cost-effectiveness of bioethanol policies to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in Greece. Int J Life Cycle Assess 18:306–318
Rozakis S., Kremmydas D., Pudełko R., Borzecka-Walker M., Faber A., Straw potential for energy purposes in Poland and optimal allocation to major co-firing power plants. Biomass and Bioenergy 58: 275-285
Syp A., Faber A., Borzęcka-Walker M. 2013. An assessment of biomass production potential in Poland and impacts on food security Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4) : 1721-1725.
Borzęcka-Walker M., Borek R., Faber A., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Syp A., Matyka M. 2013 Carbon and nitrogen balances in soil under SRC willow using the DNDC model Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4):1920-1925
Borzecka-Walker M., Faber A., Pudelko R., Jarosz Z., Syp A., Kozyra J. 2013 Optimisation and risk analysis of greenhouse gas emissions depending on yield and nitrogen rates in rapeseed cultivation. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (3&4):1002-1004
Borzecka-Walker M., Faber A., Syp A., Pudelko R., 2013 Greenhouse gas emissions from rape seed cultivation for FAME production in Poland. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.11 (1): 1064-1068
Syp A., Jarosz Z., Faber A., Borzecka-Walker M., Pudelko R., (2012). Greenhouse gas emissions from winter wheat cultivation for  bioethanol production in Poland. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol. 10 (3&4): 1169-1172.
Syp A., Faber A., Borzęcka-Walker M., (2012). Simulation of soil organic carbon in long-term experiments in Poland using the DNDC model”. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment  Vol. 10 (3&4): 1224-1229
Faber A., Łopatka A., Kaczyński R., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Borzecka-Walker M., Syp A. 2012. Assessment of existing soil organic carbon stocks and changes at a national and regional level in Poland Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.10 (3&4 ) : 1210 – 1213  
Faber A., Pudełko R., Borek R., Borzecka-Walker M., Syp A., Krasuska E., Mathiou P. 2012. Economic potential of perennial energy crops in Poland Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.10 (3&4): 1178-1182
Borzecka-Walker M, Faber A., Syp A., Pudelko R., 2012 Simulation of greenhouse gasses from miscanthus in Poland using the DNDC model. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.10 (2): 1187-1190
Borzecka-Walker M., Faber A., Kozyra J., Pudełko R., Mizak K., Syp A., 2012 Modelling the impact of climate change on miscanthus and willow for their potential productivity in Poland Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.10 (3&4) : 1 4 3 7 - 1 4 4 0 . 2 0 1 2
Pudelko R., Stuczynski T., Borzecka-Walker M. 2012: The suitability of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for the  evaluation of experimental fields and crops. Žemdirbystė=Agriculture, vol. 99, No. 4 (2012), p. 431–436,
Pudelko R., Borzecka-Walker M., Faber A, Borek R., Jarosz Z., Syp A. The technical potential of perennial energy crops in Poland. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment Vol.10 (2): 781-784. 2012
Syp A., Faber A., Kozyra J., Borek R., Pudełko R., Borzęcka-Walker M., Jarosz Z. 2011. Modelling Impact of Climate Changes and Management Practices on Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Arable Soils. Pol.J. Environ. Stud. Vol. 20 6:1593-1602
Borzęcka-Walker M., Faber A., Mizak K, Pudelko R., Syp A. (2011). Soil Carbon Sequestration Under Bioenergy Crops in Poland, Principles, Application and Assessment in Soil Science, E. Burcu Özkaraova Güngör (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-740-6, InTech,  Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/soil-carbon-sequestration-under-bioenergy-crops-in-poland
Borzęcka-Walker M., Faber A., Pudełko R., Kozyra J., Syp A., Borek R. 2011. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of crops for energy production International Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment – JFAE Vol.9 (3&4) : 698 - 700.
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