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Work on the application of the dialogic system in CBT therapy

Published: 15/09/2023

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Professor Artur Janicki uses artificial intelligence methods to support mental illness therapy. His project is carried out as part of a POB SzIR research grant.

How to protect home devices against data interception?

Published: 15/09/2023

Professor Piotr Bilski and Bartosz Kościug, MSc.

As part of the POB CyberDS research grant, experts from the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology of PW focused on devising methods to prevent attacks on the Internet of Things infrastructure aimed at data interception or shutting down network nodes by exhausting their power sources.

The second stage of the expansion of the Project Management Network has started

Published: 31/07/2023

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Further units of Local Project Divisions (LOPs) are under way.

Students explore the possibility of reusing aggregates from ceramic waste

Published: 17/07/2023

Students during work.

Most often, when talking about recycled aggregate in the context of concrete technology, we mean a typical orange brick used, for example, to erect walls. Students from the Płock Branch of the Warsaw University of Technology undertook to investigate the properties of recycled concrete composed of sanitary ceramic cullet. The project is implemented as part of the Rector's grant for student research groups.

A unique laboratory in Poland is under way in the Main Building of the Warsaw University of Technology

Published: 17/07/2023

Tests of the IMSGEO system wall stands

The Displacement and Deformation Monitoring Laboratory is a teaching infrastructure that will be used by students to perform measurements of horizontal displacement testing and deflection modelling, and to acquire the ability to use terrestrial laser scanning in displacement research, among other things. The laboratory is being constructed as part of a teacher grant.

A new laboratory awaits students

Published: 17/07/2023

The laboratory interior

The Sanitary Installations Laboratory was established at the Faculty of Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. It will enable students to acquire practical skills related to the design of water supply and sewage systems. The laboratory was established as part of the implementation of a teacher grant.

A course on fibre optic sensors for structural condition monitoring and biomedical measurements

Published: 17/07/2023

Faculty of Physics

Experts from the Faculty of Physics and the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology conducted a series of training sessions on the technology of using fibre optic sensors to monitor composite structures. The course was run as part of the DEMO-Center competition.

The Faculty of Mechatronics runs training courses as part of the DEMO-Center

Published: 17/07/2023

Fourier Ptychographic microscope

Experts from the Faculty of Mechatronics PW provide courses for companies, medical centres, and research institutes on the use of the latest devices for quantitative phase imaging at the cellular level. The project is implemented as part of the DEMO-Center competition.

POSTDOC PW IV: results

Published: 28/06/2023

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In the competition, 16 projects will receive funding.

Work on the methods of optimal control methods for multibody and robotic systems

Published: 26/05/2023

A robot on which physical experiments were performed.

As part of the POB AIR research grant, a team of researchers from WUT focused on the development and then implementation of effective methods for modelling and optimal control of multibody systems. 


Published: 19/05/2023

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In the competition, 5 projects will receive funding.

LIDER POB: results

Published: 19/05/2023

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In the competition, two projects will receive funding.

An idea for effective removal of a radioactive element

Published: 24/03/2023

Dr Artur Kasprzak

Removal of radioactive caesium salts from aqueous solutions is crucial from the point of view of human health and natural environment protection. High concentrations of the 137Cs isotope have been found mainly in the post-disaster area of nuclear power plants, but the problem with the disposal of waste containing caesium applies to other areas of the world because caesium is produced in routine organic syntheses, for example, drug synthesis. Nanomaterials containing sumanene may prove to be a solution to these problems.

Researchers are working on the enhanced energy yield of photovoltaic cells

Published: 24/03/2023

Photo of photovoltaic panel

Energy is produced from a relatively small portion of solar radiation hitting the photovoltaic cells. The rest is lost mainly as heat. PW researchers are working on a material with a negative refraction index, which will not only eliminate the cell heating but also will allow us to enhance the energy yield.

Tech-Athon 2023

Published: 22/03/2023

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Open call for team members for the marathon of work on practical solutions and demonstrators in the areas of biomedical engineering, photonic technologies, cybersecurity and data analysis, energy conversion and storage.


Published: 22/02/2023

DEMO DAY poster

During the event, demonstrators prepared by the winners of the MedTech-Athon final will be presented. The competition jury selected these projects as projects with the most significant development potential and the most excellent chance of success in the commercialization process.

Open call for the Open Science competition

Published: 15/02/2023

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Applications for funding in the fourth edition of the Open Science programme can be submitted from 15 February 2023 until funds allocated for the given year are exhausted.  

Best Paper: results of the third competition

Published: 13/02/2023

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In the third edition of the competition, the 30 best scientific papers will receive funding.

Satisfaction at WUT - 3rd edition of the survey

Published: 13/02/2023

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[Uptade: The survey is available until March 3rd, 2023.] Complete the survey sent to all WUT employees via email on February 3rd, and help us improve the university. 

Learning in virtual reality

Published: 09/02/2023

Students during the “Shaping Public Space” class

The use of VR in education facilitates the development of creativity and spatial imagination, as well as remote work in an international team. The team of PW employees has decided to use a wide range of VR applications in teaching, creating the GeoSpatial Virtual Reality & Planning AR Laboratory.

Enhancement of professional competence – a new programme to be launched

Published: 09/02/2023

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We would like to welcome young and able students working scientifically at the Warsaw University of Technology to participate in a new programme implemented as part of the professional development system for PW employees! 

AIR-LEADER: results

Published: 08/02/2023

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In the competition, one project will receive funding.

Summary of 2022

Published: 09/01/2023

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What happened last year?

The sports classes for WUT employees

Published: 02/01/2023

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We invite you to participate in sports activities that are 100% subsidized by the Warsaw University of Technology under the Excellence Initiative – Research University Programme. 


Published: 30/11/2022

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The closing date for applications in the first stage is 20 December 2022.