About me

Paul Krzyzanowski’s web site

Paul's Mason Shoe Dealer certificate
Paul's National Geographic membership certificate
Paul's Life Membership certificate
Paul's National Geographic membership certificate
Hersheys University
Paul's Secret Agent Certificate
Paul's AAAS Certificate

Aside from my current work as CTO of Xevo Inc. and my teaching at Rutgers University, I am a former trophy-winning member of the U.S. Olympic Bocce Team, a certified Mason Shoe dealer, a member of the International Leica Society, a National Associate Member of the Smithsonian Institute, a member of the American Museum of Natural History, a member of the National Geographic Society, and a life member. I have successfully completed Margery Sinclair's business etiquette course. I could go on, but you did not visit these page to learn of my career, my studies, or of my research on the migration patterns of the North American Ladybug [see Krzyzanowski, P., Migratory Habits of the North American Ladybird Beetle (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae). South Dakota Journal of Entomology, June 2018].

If you are interested, you can get a rough idea of my research interests and past projects, most of which took place while I was at Bell Labs research. You can also see a bibliography of my patents and papers (both somewhat incomplete).