• 2023-05-09

    Is your study course associated with transport? Participate in a competition and win €5,000!

    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology invites our students to a meeting with George Smyrnakis, secretary general of WEGEMT (Marine University Association), who will present the methods and conditions of participating in the next edition of TRA VISIONS, a prestigious and most important European competition for students, PhD students and graduates of the study courses associated...

  • 2023-05-09

    Beata Zima, PhD, MSc wins the Scientific Award of the Polish Academy of Science

    Beata Zima, PhD, MSc representing the Institute of Ship and Ocean Technology received the  pofessor Michał Życzkowski Scientific Award of the Polish Academy of Science's Mechanics Committee  for 2022 (1st category award). Three of her own and ten co-authored publications received the recognition.  The cycle of the awarded publications is about non-destructive methods of identification,...

  • 2022-10-17

    OFFSHORE 2022 Career Day - Catch the big fish!

    The first edition of the OFFSHORE Career Day at Gdansk University of Technology is coming up. This is a great opportunity to talk to representatives of companies operating in the renewable energy sector, but also an important step in choosing a career path. We invite students and graduates, as well as all those interested in offshore wind energy who want to build a professional career in one of...

  • 2022-10-06

    Sliding bearings lubricated with a magnetorheological fluid. An innovative project of scientists

    Scientists from the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology in cooperation with the scientists from Technical University Delft (The Netherlands) are conducting research on sliding bearings lubricated with magnetorheological fluid. During a visit in TU Delft, the researchers managed to launch another station for experimental research.   Research in TU Delft was conducted...

  • 2022-06-26

    A new method of corrosion monitoring

    Metal elements of ocean engineering structures are exposed to corrosion damage caused by contact with salt water. Corrosion can cover the entire surface of the tested structure, but it can also take the form of point damage, i.e. pits. Beata Zima, PhD, Eng. from the Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology is working on creating such a method of monitoring the progress of destruction...

  • 2022-04-15

    Over PLN 8.5 million funding for a new vehicle searching for sea mines TUKAN

    A new, underwater, semi-autonomous vehicle for searching and identifying sea mines and dangerous objects, codenamed TUKAN, will be built at Gdańsk University of Technology. The National Center for Research and Development awarded the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology a grant for this purpose in the amount of over PLN 8,663,335 million. The amount will be allocated to the...

  • 2022-04-15

    A new specialization in offshore studies at GdańskTech in cooperation with PGE

    Design and construction of marine power systems is a new specialization in the field of ocean engineering at Gdańsk University of Technology. Its main partner is PGE, which is implementing the project to build the Baltica Offshore Wind Farm, the largest offshore wind farm in the Polish part of the Baltic Sea.   – One of the pillars of cooperation between business and science is setting new...

  • 2022-04-11

    "Design-for-safety"- safe sea transport

    "Design-for-safety - development of a rational method of designing a ship in order to increase the safety of navigation, with particular emphasis on stability and maneuverability" - is a new project on which scientists from the Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology at Gdańsk University of Technology will work. For the implementation of the project managed by Jakub Montewka, PhD,...

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