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  • In the photo from the left: PhD, DSc, Eng. Arch. Marek Wysocki, prof. of the university, Mieczysław Grzegorz Gołówński, Mayor of Kartuzy, prof. PhD, DSc, Eng. Janusz Nieznański, Vice-Rector for Internationalization and Innovation at Gdańsk Tech and Mateusz Puchalski, Innovation Broker from the Gdańsk Tech Knowledge and Technology Transfer Center Photo: Aleksandra Kocińska / CTWT Gdańsk Tech


    Another commune will benefit from the Accessibility Standards developed at Gdańsk Tech

    Gdańsk University of Technology and the Kartuzy commune have concluded a license agreement for the implementation of Accessibility Standards. Thus, Kartuzy joined the group of cities that declare the creation of architectural solutions accessible to all users, including people with special needs, i.e. the disabled, seniors, parents with children in prams or pregnant women. –The Kartuzy...

  • Eco-innovation Center at Gdańsk Tech


    Eco-innovation Center at Gdańsk Tech. The tender has been settled, the contractor starts working at the construction site

    On Thursday, 13 May, Gdańsk University of Technology handed over the site for the construction of the Gdańsk Tech Eco-innovation Center to the investment contractor selected through a tender: a consortium of Polimex Infrastruktura (leader) and Polimex Mostostal S.A. (partner). The modern and ecological science and research center will be ready by autumn 2022 at the latest, and the cost of its...

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    Seminar of the Baltic Sea Region Universities on the subject of dormitories

    Prof. Dariusz Mikielewicz, vice-rector for development and organization of Gdańsk University of Technology participated in the ‘Re-inventing Students' Housing’ seminar, during which issues related to student accommodation were discussed. The virtual meeting, organized by the Baltic Sea Region University Networks (BSRUN), was attended by members of the network of the Baltic Sea Region...

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    Another edition of post-graduate studies in Offshore Wind Energy at Gdańsk Tech

    Gdańsk University of Technology is the first university in Poland to train staff for the offshore wind energy sector. Postgraduate studies that are future-oriented and fit in with the market trends are very popular, and their third edition is now starting. PKN Orlen has become a new strategic partner of the field. Postgraduate studies in ‘Offshore Wind Energy’ were launched in autumn 2019...