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  • 2022-01-24

    Gdańsk Tech is intensifying activities for the country's defense

    Representatives of the army, science and industry, that is three natural stakeholders in the process of planning the purchase of military equipment, met at Gdańsk University of Technology. In December 2021, the Center of Maritime Military Technologies of Gdańsk University of Technology and the Polish Armaments Group and PGZ Stocznia Wojenna concluded the so-called confidentiality agreements,...

  • 2022-01-24

    The same fins on the boards, a different way of sailing. Scientists are studying the problem

    Although they look the same, can windsurfing boards, and more precisely their fins, sail completely differently? The answer is: yes. But can it be checked before we buy such a fin? Scientists from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology are working on this issue.   – The Polish Yachting Association approached us with various issues related to the interpenetration of...

  • 2022-01-17

    SeaSentinel - port drone preventing contamination. New SimLE project

    Students from the science club SimLE are working on a new project. It is SeaSentinel, a port drone that will monitor the cleanliness of the port basin from the water level, but also prevent any contamination. The originator of the project is Igor Rusiecki, a first-year student of ocean engineering at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology. He started working on the drone...

  • 2022-01-12

    Spacecraft Structural Dynamics & Loads

    Spacecraft Structural Dynamics & Loads is an introduction to the analysis of loads and space structure vibrations. Dynamic loads that a payload is subject to during the rocket launch will be described together with technical hints for the design of a satellite mechanics and as well as payload testing. The lecture is open to the community of Gdańsk University of Technology and Hochschule...

  • 2022-01-11

    Virtual tour inside a ship thanks to an application

    What would it be like if you could immerse yourself in virtual reality and see the hull of a ship from a previously unavailable perspective? MSc. Ewelina Ciba from the Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology is working on an application that will make it possible. Ewelina Ciba's project "Virtual Reality (VR) in designing the hull structure, application for Android and IOS systems"...

  • 2021-12-31

    Increased Ministry of Education and Science ranking for "Polish Maritime Research" journal

    Journal „Polish Maritime Research” has now 100 points in the ranking. Ministry of Education and Sciecne updated the list of ranked journals. "PMR" is now in part "A".  „Polish Maritime Research” is published as a quarterly journal by the Institute of Ocean Technology and Ship Building at FMEST, Gdańsk University of Technology. The journal directed at Polish and international readers...

  • 2021-12-29

    Community Budget of Gdansk University of Technology 2022. One FMEST project on the winning list

    Seating area for students at FMEST is one of the projects that received the highest number of votes and were qualified for realization within the 4th edition of the Community Budget. This idea received 318 votes.  In this year's edition of the GUT Community Budget 6 student and 8 employee projects fought for the votes. Employee projects received 1116 votes in total, while students projects...

  • 2021-12-27

    Corrosion of ocean technology structures versus safety. PhD thesis of Krzysztof Wołoszyk has been honoured!

    Influence of corrosion on the strength of construction elements on ships or drilling platforms is the subject Krzysztof Wołoszyk PhD, ME of the Institute of Ocean Technology and Ship Technology wrote his thesis about. The thesis was defended with honours. All this work was conducted to avoid accidents and improve the safety in the future.    Due to the fact that ocean technology structures...