Tad Soroczynski (PhD)
Tad is an environmental and systems engineer who specialises in strategic planning. In addition, Tad holds a PhD which deals with integrated systems analysis (ISA) to be used in the development of decision support systems (DSS). Tad's expertise is focused on modelling for sustainable systems and sustainable living. Tad's special interests are related to the behaviur and performance of integrated output systems.
(amended: 5 May 2023)
· MScEng – Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)
· PhD – University of New England (Australia)
Soroczynski, T. 1986, Regional Water and Land Use and Development, in Darwin Region Future Land Use and Water Supply
Seminar, 21 November 1986, Water Division, Department of Transport and Works and Planning Branch Department of Lands, Darwin.
Soroczynski, T. 1988a, Sewage as a Potential Resource for the Northern Territory, Paper presented at the Conference organised by the Northern Territory Branch of Australian Water and Wastewater Association.
Soroczynski, T. 1988b, Regional Planning, Water Resources and EPA, Paper presented at the VII Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment, Brisbane.
Soroczynski, T. 1989, From Strategy to Management - Water Resources and Regional Planning, Proceedings of the Second National Conference of The Environment of Australia, The Environment of Australia, Melbourne, pp. 74-82.
Soroczynski, T. 1992, The Urgent Transition to Sustainability - Strategic Decisions, Regional Planning and Water Resources, paper presented at the 12-th Annual Meeting of the International Association for Impact Assessment, Washington, D.C.
Soroczynski, T. 1994a, Strategic Issues for Integrated Land and Water Management, Proceedings of the Fourth Stockholm Water Symposium, Stockholm, pp. 509-524.
Soroczynski, T. 1994b, Comments on Australia's Population Carrying Capacity, for Standing Committee for Long Term Strategies Parliament House.
Soroczynski, T. 1996, Integrated Systems for Management of Land and Water Resources, paper presented at the Sixth Stockholm Water Symposium, 4-9 August 1996, Stockholm.
Soroczynski, T. 1998, Selection of Time Horizons for Strategic Management of Land and Water Resources, paper presented at the Eighth Stockholm Water Symposium, 10-13 August 1998, Stockholm.
Soroczynski, T. 1999, Integrated Systems Analysis of Population, Land and Water Resource, PhD thesis, University of New England, Australia, (unpublished).
Soroczynski, T. 2000, Australian Case - Integrated Management of Land and Water Resources, X-th World Water Congress of the International Water Resources Association, 11-17 March 2000, Melbourne.
Soroczynski, T. 2001a, Integrated Systems Analyses for Cities, the International Congress on Modelling and Simulation MODSIM 2001on Integrating Models for Natural Resources Management Across Disciplines, Issues and Scales of the Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, 10-13 December 2001, Canberra, Australia, pp.1901- 1906.
Soroczynski, T. 2002, Integrated Systems Analysis and Sustainable Development. In Rizzoli, A. E. and Jakeman, A. J., (eds.), Integrated Assessment and Decision Support, Proceedings of the First Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Volume 3, pp. 133- 138. iEMSs, 2002. See website: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3803&context=iemssconference
Soroczynski, T. (2022). Modelling of Human Activities on Planetary Systems for Sustainable Living. In: Leal Filho, W. (eds) Handbook of Human and Planetary Health. Climate Change Management. Springer, Cham.
Soroczynski (2022). Submission to the UHCCC meeting to be held in November 2022 - management of planetary systems including climate as sustainable systems for sustainable living .
“100 papers to Accelerate Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation” to be published in 2024-2025:
The following my papers have been accepted to this publication:
Modelling of human activities on planetary systems for sustainable living (Soroczynski (2022)
■ Award of Excellence, for the plan for the future development of Warsaw and 30 surrounding towns, 1969, Poland, (Ministry of Building Industries) (multidisciplinary co-operation - member of the team)
■ Highly commended in Master of Technology Award for the project of regional sewage treatment plant for the Municipality of Pruszkow, 1973, Poland.