Elżbieta Kobojek, Ph.D., assoc. prof.

Institute of the Built Environment and Spatial Policy
Faculty of Geographical Sciences University of Lodz
Address:
ul. Kopcińskiego 31, 90-142 Łódź (Poland), room: 102
Phone:
(+48)42-635-45-53
E-mail:
elzbieta.kobojek@geo.uni.lodz.pl

Current academic positions

  • Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Geographical Sciences, University of Lodz (since 2016)
  • Deputy Director of the Institute of the Built Environment and Spatial Policy, University of Lodz (since 2016)

Education

  • 1988 - MSc in geography (specialization geomorphology and paleogeography of the Quaternary), Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences, University of Łódź
  • 1997 - PhD in Earth Sciences (geography), Faculty of Biology and Earth Science, University of Łódź; title of the PhD dissertation: Morphological development of the Rawka River Valley; supervisor prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Klajnert;
  • habilitation (Post-doctoral degree, associate professor) in Earth Sciences - 2010, Faculty of Geographical Sciences, University of Łódź; title of dissertation: Natural conditioning of various reactions of lowland rivers on anthropopression on the examples of Middle Bzura and its tributaries.

Research fields

  • physical geography, applied geomorphology, environmental determinants of spatial planning, problems of anthropopression in river valleys, natural environment in urbanized areas.

Selected publications (in English, French and German)

  • Klajnert Z., Kobojek E., The origin and age of huge alluvial fans in the eastern part of the Warsaw-Berlin Pradolina, Ouaestiones Geographicae no 22, 2003, s. 17-28.
  • Habrel M., Kobojek E.(eds.), Lviv and Łódź at the turn of 20th century. Historical outline and natural environment; Łódź Univeristy Press, Łódź, 2013, s. 1-139. ISBN 978-83-7525-980-3.
  • Kobojek E., Environmental determinants of development and physiography of Łódź; Lviv and Łódź at the turn of 20th century. Historical outline and natural environment (eds Habrel M., Kobojek E.); Łódź Univeristy Press, Łódź, 2013, s. 111-132. ISBN 978-83-7525-980-3.
  • Kobojek E., Pielesiak I., Łódź in geographical space; [in:] Lviv and Łódź at the turn of 20th century. Historical outline and natural environment (eds Habrel M., Kobojek E.); Łódź Univeristy Press, Łódź, 2013, s. 21-40. ISBN 978-83-7525-980-3.
  • Kobojek E., The evolution of views regarding the origin of the relief of Central Poland; [in:] Origin of relief of central Poland and its anthropogenic transformation in Łódź University geographical research (red. Kobojek, E., Marszał, T.); Łódź University Press, Łódź, 2014, s. 9-28. ISBN: 978-83-7969-133-3.
  • Kobojek E., Marszał T. (eds.), Natural environment of Poland and its protection in Łódź University geographical research; Łódź University Press, Łódź, 2014, s. 1-150. ISBN: 978-83-7969-134-0.
  • Kobojek E., Marszał T. (eds.), Origin of relief of central Poland and its anthropogenic transformation in Łódź University geographical research; Łódź University Press, Łódź, 2014, s. 1-145. ISBN: 978-83-7969-133-3.
  • Kobojek E., Marszał T., Introduction ; [in:] Natural environment of Poland and its protection in Łódź University geographical research (eds Kobojek, E., Marszał, T.); Łódź University Press, Łódź, 2014, s. 7-8. ISBN: 978-83-7969-134-0.
  • Kobojek E., Marszał T., Introduction ; [in:] Origin of relief of central Poland and its anthropogenic transformation in Łódź University geographical research (eds Kobojek, E., Marszał, T.); Łódź University Press, Łódź, 2014, s. 7-8. ISBN: 978-83-7969-133-3.
  • Kobojek E., Marszał T., Local development and the role of small towns in space organization in contemporary Poland ; [in:] Spatial development of contemporary Poland in Łódź University geographical research (eds Marszał T.); Łódź University Press, Łódź, 2014, s. 37-60. ISBN: 978-83-7969-130-2.
  • Kobojek E., Anthropogenic Transformation and the Possibility of Renaturalising Small Rivers and Their Valleys in Cities – Łódź and Lviv Examples; European Spatial Research and Policy vol. 22, no. 1 (ed. Marszał T.); Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego, Łódź, 2015, s. 45-60. ISSN: 1231-1952, e-ISSN: 1896-1525.