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  • 2022-05-17

    Prof. Andrzej Seweryn with honoris causa doctorate from the Lublin University of Technology

    Prof. Andrzej Seweryn, PhD, DSc, Eng., Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology, honored with the title of honoris causa doctor of the Lublin University of Technology. The university senate grants this honorable title to people who have contributed particularly to the development of science, economy or international cooperation. – The title of honoris causa doctor of...

  • 2022-04-21

    Gdańsk Tech scientists awarded by the Gdańsk Scientific Society and by the mayor of Gdańsk

    Damian Głowienka PhD, Eng. and Michał Bartmański PhD, Eng. from Gdańsk University of Technology are among the winners of the awards for young scientists for outstanding scientific achievements, awarded by the Gdańsk Scientific Society and the Mayor of the City of Gdańsk. Authors who are under 35 years of age and whose independent scientific or team works have been completed or published...

  • 2022-04-12

    Gdańsk Tech students among the finalists of the "25 under 25" competition

    Barbara Klaudel and Aleksander Obuchowski, studying applied physics and biomedical engineering, are in the finals of the "25 under 25" competition organized by Forbes and McKinsey. The students were awarded in the category of new technologies for co-creating the company Medical Image Dataset Annotation Service. The winners will receive a prize of 10,000. zloty. The "25 under 25" competition...

  • 2022-04-12

    Success of Gdańsk Tech in the QS World University Rankings

    In this year's edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022, Gdańsk University of Technology was classified for the first time in the "Engineering & Technology" category (401-450 range). The authors of the ranking analyzed over 15,200 study programs at 1,543 universities out of 88 countries. The QS World University Rankings include 51 scientific areas, grouped in five...

  • 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,...

  • 2022-04-07

    Bioactive glass – in search of synthetic alternatives

    Natalia Wójcik, PhD, from the  Institute of Nanotechnology and Materials Engineering, is seeking alternative materials, more precisely modified bioactive vitreous materials for the production of composites used in bone implants. This research can contribute to development of more advanced implants in the future, which will regenerate bone defects and will not interfere with the biochemical...

  • 2022-02-25

    The best research projects of students have been selected

    The prototype of a radiolocation system with the use of deep learning, the use of machine learning algorithms to detect cancer in a biopsy and a prototype enabling effective detection of pedestrians at night - these are the best student research projects implemented at the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics. As part of the first edition of research projects, which is a...

  • 2022-02-14

    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...