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  • Francium


    Call for proposals in the Francium program

    The FRANCIUM program is part of the implementation of the tasks of the EIRU program, which aims to stimulate the research activity of doctoral students of the Doctoral School at Gdańsk University of Technology, and in particular to focus this activity on cooperation with foreign entities. As part of the program, pro-quality scholarships are awarded to outstanding participants of the Doctoral...

  • Albert's team


    How to verify that your dog is not human? Scientists from Gdańsk are working on it

    Albert is a dog (Canis familiaris), but he is not aware of it. Moreover, he loves human food (and beer), watching movies online, sleeping in bed, though he shouldn't be doing all of these things. To convince him of this, an interdisciplinary team of scientists from Gdańsk University of Technology, the University of Gdańsk and the Medical University of Gdańsk, i.e. universities making up the...

  • Jacek Ryl


    Intelligent material for medical sensors shall be created

    A team of chemists and material engineers from Gdańsk University of Technology and the University of Gdańsk - two of the three universities that are part of the Fahrenheit University Association - led by prof. Jacek Ryl from the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics at Gdańsk Tech is working on creating an intelligent composite material using diamond for the production of electrochemical...

  • Silicium


    Recruitment in Silicium Supporting Core R&D Facilities

    The Silicium Supporting Core R&D Facilities program is part of the implementation of the EIRU program tasks in the field of effective use of existing and planned key research infrastructure under Action V.6. - Improving the Research Infrastructure Management System.  The objective of the Program is to develop, implement and support an efficient system of research infrastructure management...