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Researchers at WUT are working on an innovative filter material

Published: 22/04/2021

Photo of produced nanoparticles. Source: materials provided

The current crisis related to the COVID-19 pandemic brought the researchers’ attention to the need of creating hybrid fibre filters, which can be utilised in air-conditioning or ventilating systems in buildings, in particular in hospitals and other health centres. At the moment, a research team at WUT is working on this kind of solution. The project implementation is funded by the research grant Technologie Materiałowe-1.

Rector’s grants for Student Research Groups

Published: 20/04/2021

An application for Rector’s grant shall be submitted by the chairperson of a Student Research Group by 26 April 2021.

An application for Rector’s grant shall be submitted by the chairperson of a Student Research Group by 26 April 2021.

Open Science programme

Published: 12/03/2021

The programme is addressed to employees and doctoral students at the Warsaw University of Technology, whose research output is included in the evaluation of research activities at the University.

Financial aid in the publication of scientific papers in the Open Access formula is implemented as part of the Open Science programme in the „Excellence Initiative – Research University” project.

Best Paper programme

Published: 12/03/2021

The call for applications lasts until the end of May 2021.

A competition for best scientific papers published in a given year by authors affiliated with the Warsaw University of Technology is announced as part of the “Excellence Initiative – Research University” project.

How can boron compounds help to disinfect surfaces?

Published: 09/03/2021

A photo from a confocal microscope; it displays a photosensitiser entering a microorganism.

The interaction of light and matter is one of the most fascinating processes occurring in nature. Chemistry and physics of photoactive compounds are the fields in which these phenomena are particularly interesting. A team of scientists at the Faculty of Chemistry at the Warsaw University of Technology is working on a new concept of designing effective photosensitisers whose main role is to produce reactive oxygen forms to be eventually used in the process of water purification and in medicine. 

The NA61/SHINE experiment – the success of Polish scientists in an international project

Published: 09/03/2021


The physics of heavy ion collisions is a field that aims at learning about the character of the strong force.  Since it is impossible to isolate a single colour particle, describing a phase diagram of strong interactions of matter has become a priority. A single experimental measurement is not sufficient to define such a structure. Hence, it is necessary to conduct various analyses in many fields in which each field provides a part of the answer. WUT researchers are making a great contribution to the conducted research.

It has been a year since the opening ceremony of the EIRU Project

Published: 09/03/2021

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What has happened throughout the past 12 months?

BEYOND POB: results

Published: 26/02/2021

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In the BEYOND POB competition, 21 projects will receive fundings

The ENHANCE consortium with 2 million euro funding from the Horizon 2020 program

Published: 10/02/2021

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New financing

Designing a nanovaccine based on recombinant proteins of SARS-CoV-2 virus covalently bonded on nanoparticles

Published: 08/02/2021

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A team of WUT researchers at the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering and Centre for Advanced Materials and Technologies, and a team of immunologists are jointly working on devising a nanovaccine based on recombinant proteins of SARS-CoV-2 virus covalently bonded with biodegradable nanoparticles of iron oxide.  The research is implemented as part of the competition for research grants IDUB against COVID-19.

From a research grant to a patent: a multithreaded controller for energy conversion systems in electromobility

Published: 05/02/2021

Block diagram and simulation results for the drive system.

The construction of control systems in power electronic transformation systems employs two control methods utilising a cascade control scheme with feedback from individual object outputs and controllers with feedback from the vector of variables of an object state. And what if these two concepts are merged? Researchers at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology have undertaken this task.

Research on heavy ion collisions – a step towards understanding the evolution of the early universe

Published: 22/01/2021

Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions. Source: Chun Shen

As part of the implementation of a research grant awarded in FWEiTE-1 competition, a team from the Faculty of Physics at the Warsaw University of Technology has undertaken research on the geometry and dynamics of heavy ion collisions utilising the correlation femtoscopy method, in close cooperation with scientists all over the world within  STAR (RHIC), HADES (SIS-18) and CBM (SIS-100) experiments. In their work, researchers place special emphasis on the analysis of a phase diagram of quantum chromodynamics (QCD) in an area which still remains unexplored, i.e. heavy ion collisions, in so far untested range of collision energies amounting to a few or a few dozen giga electron volts (GeV).

The end of the call for applications for BEYOND POB competition

Published: 21/01/2021

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96 applications were submitted to the BEYOND POB competition. The applications evaluation process is currently underway.

Our scientists ranked on the World’s TOP 2% Scientists 2019 list

Published: 19/01/2021

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Prof. Małgorzata Lewandowska, IDUB project team leader, and scientists connected with the Research Centres ranked among two percent of the world’s most-cited scientists.

Meeting of the rectors of the ENHANCE Alliance

Published: 19/01/2021


The Rector of Warsaw University of Technology Professor Krzysztof Zaremba took part in the first meeting of the Board of Directors of the ENHANCE Alliance being part of the “European universities” project. The meeting took place on the 11th of January 2021.

SPIE Awards for WUT scientists

Published: 12/01/2021

Professor Małgorzata Kujawińska and Professor Krzysztof Patorski.

Professor Małgorzata Kujawińska (Scientific Council of Priority Research Photonic Technologies) and Professor Krzysztof Patorski (both from the Photonics Engineering Division, Micromechanics and Photonics Institute, Faculty of Mechatronics) were among the winners of prestigious scientific awards granted by The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE).

WUT students in the management structure of the ENHANCE consortium - European University Alliance

Published: 11/01/2021


The Warsaw University of Technology students will be represented in the management bodies of the ENHANCE consortium.

The second edition of competitions for research grants

Published: 05/01/2021

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Terahertz imaging of cancerous tissues

Published: 14/12/2020

Source: submitted

A team of researchers from the WUT and Centre for Physical Sciences and Technology (FTMC) based in Vilnius, headed by Agnieszka Siemion, PhD from the Faculty of Physics at the Warsaw University of Technology, is working on the use of terahertz radiation in imaging phantoms of healthy and cancerous tissues. The research is implemented as part of FOTECH-1 research grant competition.

The internal grant competition supporting an application submitted in the European Research Council (ERC) competition

Published: 12/12/2020

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WUT announces the internal grant competition funded by the project ,,Excellence Initiative – Research University”, for the employees of the Warsaw University Technology supporting an application submitted in the European Research Council (ERC) competition.

ALICE collaboration opens avenue for high-precision studies of the strong force

Published: 10/12/2020

The ALICE experiment at CERN, source: Julien Ordan, CERN

The international the ALICE experiment at the Large Hadron Collider has published conclusions from the results of its research in the prestigious scientific journal “Nature”. Among the people involved in this project are also scientists related to PR High Energy Physics and Experimental Techniques.

BEYOND POB – submit to the competition!

Published: 09/12/2020

Until January 18, 2021, 11:59 p.m. you can submit applications for the BEYOND POB competition. 

Reasearch grants

Published: 01/12/2020

The application deadline has expired.

The application deadline has expired. Thank you for 226 submitted applications.

WUT joins world efforts to unravel the mysteries of antimatter with the AEgIS experiment at CERN

Published: 16/11/2020

Antihydrogen Experiment: Gravity, Interferometry, Spectroscopy

The AEgIS experiment (Antihydrogen Experiment: Gravity, Interferometry, Spectroscopy) aims to measure the gravitational fall of an antihydrogen pulsed beam. At the end of October WUT Rector signed the Memorandum of Understanding with CERN allowing WUT to become a full member of the AEgIS Collaboration. The project is supported by Priority Research High Energy Physics and Experimental Techniques (PR HEP).

The call for applications for research grants

Published: 02/11/2020

The call for project proposals is open from October 30 to November 30, 2020.

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