Alfred Jahn (born April 22, 1915 in Kleparow near Lviv, died. April 1, 1999 in Wrocław) - Polish geographer and polar geomorfolog, author of over 350 scientific papers. Rector of the University of Wroclaw. He studied at the University of Jan Kazimierz. Graduated in 1937, diploma work on the northern edge of the sculpture, Podolia, and then became an assistant to the Geographical Institute of the university. He took part in the expedition to Greenland. During the German occupation in Lvov, he worked at the Institute for the Study of typhus virus and the Professor. Rudolf Weigl. This work has been for two years the family livelihood. After the refusal of employment at the university, found a job in the Office of Geological city of Lviv. In May 1945, was forced to leave Lvov. In the years 1945-1949, he worked for University of Lublin (UMCS). From 1950 until his death he worked as manager of the physical geography, geomorphology and later at the University of Wroclaw. In the years 1962-1968 was its rector. Between 1971-1975, he served as president of the Polish Geographical Society. Holds honorary doctorates universities: Wroclaw (1985), Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin (1985), Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan (1990) and Ivan Franko Lviv (1999).