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Gdańsk Tech in the Shanghai ranking of academic subjects for the year 2022

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In this year’s edition of the Shanghai Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS), Gdańsk University of Technology was listed in two engineering disciplines: civil engineering and electrical & electronic engineering.

Gdańsk University of Technology was the only University among the Polish participants that was classified within the range of 201-300 in the global ranking for civil engineering discipline. Electrical & electronic engineering were evaluated within the range of 401-500, together with Warsaw University of Technology.

Justyna Szostak co-chair of Task Force Learning&Teaching group of CESAER

Justyna Szostak, PhD
Justyna Szostak, PhD Eng, from the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics, chair of the Internationalization Committee and plenipotentiary of the dean for internationalization at the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics, was elected the co-chair of the work group named „Task Force Learning&Teachning” of CESAER – an organization uniting leading technology schools in Europe.

CESAER  organization was founded in 1990. Currently, it unites 58 leading European universities from 26 countries. CESAER safeguards high level of research and education, and aims at developing cooperation with the industry. The members of CESAER undertake integrated activities for the benefit of engineering education, responding to the global market demands.

More candidates than last year. Basic admission has ended

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5020 places in 37 fields of study and almost 26 thousand young people willing to study at Gdańsk University of Technology. On 27 July the final lists of people admitted to first-cycle studies in full-time and part-time modes were published.

There were no surprises among this year's most popular fields - the top five, just like for several years, include economy and spatial management, as well as green technologies, energy, and yacht design and construction. A dozen or so people applied for one place in these fields of study.

In turn, the largest number of applications, as in the previous year, was recorded in the field of computer science (1700 applicants) and in construction (1500 applications).

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Gdańsk Tech supporting equality and counteracting discrimination

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The Senate of Gdańsk University of Technology adopted a modified Code of Ethics and an internal anti-mobbing and anti-discrimination procedure in June. Gdańsk Tech intensifies the anti-discrimination activities.

In June 2022, the Senate of Gdańsk University of Technology adopted a modified Code and a procedure for acting in case of mobbing or discrimination in the broad sense.

Prof. Janusz Rachoń, an honorary member of Gdańsk Scientific Society

Prof. Rachoń
Gdańsk Scientific Society celebrates its centenary this year. During a formal session, Prof. Janusz Rachoń was granted the title of Honorary Member of the Society. The eulogy for the Professor was given by Prof. Ryszard Jan Katulski, the head of the Division IV – Engineering Sciences.

Prof. Janusz Rachoń graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry at Gdańsk University of Technology in 1969. He also obtained a doctoral title and a title of a doctor of science and was awarded a professor title by president Lech Wałęsa.

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Gdańsk Tech in the Shanghai ranking of academic subjects for the year 2022

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In this year’s edition of the Shanghai Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS), Gdańsk University of Technology was listed in two engineering disciplines: civil engineering and electrical & electronic engineering.

Gdańsk University of Technology was the only University among the Polish participants that was classified within the range of 201-300 in the global ranking for civil engineering discipline. Electrical & electronic engineering were evaluated within the range of 401-500, together with Warsaw University of Technology.

Understanding open research

Research funders, institutions and publishers are increasingly talking about open research. As a broad term which encourages accessibility, transparency and reproducibility of research and supporting information. Open research includes the practices of sharing data, code, preprints, methods, or working in new ways such as Registered Reports.

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Publishing your research open access

Publishing is an integral element of the researcher process with most academics required to publish at least once in their professional career. Researchers must also navigate a publishing landscape that is constantly evolving. This session is designed for early career researchers who have little to no publishing experience. It will provide a basic overview of the current state of academic publishing to enable a better understanding of the process.

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Open Perspectives Forum 2022

Openness is key in librarianship, science and research. Our open community is a place for discussion, exchange and mutual learning - a safe place that provides a global perspective and access to thought leaders on the topics of ‘open’ from anywhere in the world. We invite you to join the community for the virtual Open Perspectives Forum.

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