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  • Prof. Krzysztof Wilde, rector of GUT


    GUT rector is a vice-chairman of the Conference of Rectors of Polish Technical Universities

    Professor Krzysztof Wilde, rector of Gdańsk University of Technology, was elected vice-president of the Conference of Rectors of Polish Technical Universities (KRPTU) for the 2020-2024 term. The vote took place on 28 August during a remote general meeting and elections. The chairman of KRPTU in the new term of office will be prof. Teofil Jesionowski, rector of the Poznań University of...

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    The International MBA GUT program among the best in the world

    For the second time in a row, the International MBA Program conducted at the Faculty of Management and Economics of Gdańsk University of Technology was included in the international QS ranking, which classifies the best MBA Executive programs in the world. This year, the study program and career development of MBA GUT graduates were appreciated. The MBA program ‘International MBA in...

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    Autonomous robots and innovative technologies from GUT at the sea port and airport

    GUT has signed new cooperation agreements under the international InSecTT project. Thanks to the agreements with the Port of Gdańsk and Lech Wałęsa Airport, both partners will implement original technologies of GUT scientists, including innovative Internet of Things systems, supported by artificial intelligence algorithms. The cooperation will improve safety, reduce costs and support the...

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    Professor Joanna Krakowiak became the editor of the special issue of the ‘Molecules’ journal

    Professor Joanna Krakowiak from the Department of Physical Chemistry, GUT Faculty of Chemistry, was invited to act as editor of the special edition of the ‘Molecules’ journal, which will be entirely devoted to flow batteries. It is a recognized open access scientific journal devoted to issues in the field of chemistry and materials science.   The special issue will also be edited by...