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Automatic feature selection in intrabuilding localising

Published: 11/04/2022

Separate selection of points inside corridors and the Small Auditorium in the WUT Main Building. By utilising this approach, you can determine an approximate distance of the localised object, with an error lower than five meters.

Scientists at WUT are working on improving the service of intrabuilding localising. The solution is increasingly utilised in the care for people suffering from dementia or navigation of automatic robots, among other things. 

Disinfected purified wastewater – an alternative source of water?

Published: 11/04/2022

Purified wastewater disinfected by dosing peracetic acid, source: Aleksandra Tarnowska

In times of extreme weather phenomena such as drought, research directed at the rational management of freshwater resources has become crucial. Provided that it is safe for the environment and people, a solution to the problem of diminishing water resources might be the disinfection of purified wastewater. WUT researchers are checking if safety can be guaranteed.

Apply to DEMO-Center I

Published: 04/04/2022

The photo shows a microscope.

The closing date for applications is 29 April 2022.

A fresh look at the role of probiotic yeast in treatment

Published: 01/04/2022

Intestinal cells incubated with probiotic yeast vesicles.

Specialists from the Faculty of Chemistry at WUT and the Centre for Advanced Materials and Technologies (CEZAMAT) are researching probiotic yeast to see if it can be reprogrammed so that its extracellular vesicles can become an enteral drug carrier.

Launch of Local Project Departments

Published: 23/03/2022

The picture shows people who are signing the agreement.

New organizational units were formally established on March 17th, 2022.

Submit to the first edition of the competition for funding the participation of academic teachers in foreign educational services

Published: 18/03/2022


The submission deadline is March 28th.

LAB-TECH of Excellence – the first edition of the competition

Published: 15/03/2022

The picture shows 3 men.

Updated: The closing date for applications for funding in the competition is 30 April 2022.

A more precise method of observing the microworld

Published: 01/03/2022

Left: a cell visible under a microscope based on light absorption. Right: a cell visible under a phase microscope.

Optical measuring methods are widely used in research on technical objects on a macro-scale or to observe the biological microworld world, among other things. Techniques generating a band image are an especially interesting group. As part of the Photonic Technologies grant, WUT scientists have undertaken to “purify” this image to observe and research the microworld around us even more precisely. 

POSTDOC II: results

Published: 01/03/2022

Photo shows a hand writing on the keyboard.

In the POSTDOC II competition, 11 projects will receive fundings.

Visiting Researcher: results

Published: 24/02/2022


In the Visiting Researcher competition, 1 project will receive funding.

Researchers at WUT create solutions for cardiology

Published: 26/01/2022

Volunteer during a health examination, source: K. Pawłowska

There are plenty of scientists willing to carry out cardiology-related research at the Warsaw University of Technology. The results may save patients’ lives. 

Describing temporal evolution of soft matter systems with methods of topological structural heterogeneity

Published: 26/01/2022

The structure of topological characteristics of soft matter systems.

In 2017 during laboratory work, researchers at the Warsaw University of Technology for the first time observed a photonic structure in nematic liquid crystals dispersed with nanoparticles of gold. The observation led to the publication of research findings in 2019 in ACS Nano - the upper decile journal. The scientists did not stop their work and continued their research as part of the implementation of the research grant awarded in the FOTECH-1 competition. An article just published in Communications Materials (Nature group) describes this work. 


Published: 10/01/2022

It is time to sumup las year!

VISITING RESEARCHER – submit to the competition

Published: 23/12/2021


The deadline for submissions is 31st January 2022. 

The third edition of competitions for research grants

Published: 17/12/2021

The third edition of competitions for research grants


SzIR-3: results

Published: 17/12/2021

SzIR-3: results

In the SzIR-3 competition, 7 projects will receive fundings.

Technologie Materiałowe-3: results

Published: 14/12/2021

Photo: KFF Focus

In the Technologie Materiałowe-3 competition, 9 projects will receive fundings: 2 in Start and 7 in Advanced.

BEYOND POB II: results

Published: 14/12/2021

Photo: KFF Focus

In the BEYOND POB II competition, 13 projects will receive fundings

ENERGYTECH-3 (Impulse i Power): results

Published: 14/12/2021

Photo: KFF Focus

In the ENERGYTECH-3 competition, 5 projects will receive fundings: 2 in Impulse and 3 in Power.

FWEiTE-3: results

Published: 10/12/2021

FOTECH-3: results

In the FWEiTE-3 competition, 3 projects will receive fundings.

FOTECH-3: results

Published: 07/12/2021

FOTECH-3: results

In the FOTECH-3 competition, 7 projects will receive fundings.


Published: 01/12/2021

In the first call, ten projects received fundings.

The deadline for submissions is 31st January 2022. 

BioTechMed_LAB-1: results

Published: 30/11/2021


In the BioTechMed_LAB-1 competition, 6 projects will receive fundings.

CyberiADa-3 (Junior, Senior): results

Published: 23/11/2021

CyberiADa-3 (Junior, Senior): results

In the CyberiADa-3 (Junior, Senior) competition, 5 projects will receive fundings.

Work in progress on a modular hand prosthesis at WUT

Published: 22/11/2021

Photo of Ewelina Drelich working on the prosthesis model.

Each year, around 185 thousand people worldwide undergo amputation. It is estimated that this number will double by 2050. A team from the Warsaw University of Technology is working on a universal and cheap hand prosthesis, the elements of which would be replaceable and could "grow" with the user.