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  • 2021-10-15

    Protection of inventions in Poland and worldwide - JWP Foundation invite for webinar

    We would like to invite students of polytechnic faculties, doctoral students, academic staff of universities, but also entrepreneurs and innovators from start-ups. Free online webinar on 19th Oct’21 for all people interested in protection of innovations not only in Poland but worldwide as well. Please be with us and get to know how to protect an innovation? What is a patent document? How...

  • 2021-10-14

    Everything can be measured here. A modern Metrology Lab has been opened at the FMEST

    Structural elements of modern machines, cars, airplanes, medical appliances and household appliances are increasingly more precise and their shapes are increasingly complex. In order to produce them and to control their parameters, very precise and efficient measuring tools are necessary. Such tools can be found at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology, where a state-of-art...

  • 2021-10-01

    The results of the ABS Scholarships Award 2021 competition

    For the ninth time, the American Bureau of Shipping - ABS has funded 3 scholarships for the best students of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology in the fields of ocean engineering and transport. In this edition of the competition, the winners are: - Robert Arendt - Tomasz Kodlewicz - Olga Rozestwińska Each Winner will receive a one-time scholarship of $ 2,500. On...

  • 2021-10-01

    We strive for the best. The 2021/2022 academic year is begun!

    – Behind us there is the difficult time when you had to show great determination and creativity – so as to cope with unusual conditions for work and study. I hope that the new academic year will be easier for all of us, and you will be able to focus on your work and study here, within the walls of the University of Technology campus - said the rector, prof. Krzysztof Wilde at the beginning...