The Internet of Everything testing stand creates a unique system for the conduct of basic research (theoretical and simulation), experimental development work and service provision.
The project concerns the use of recycled materials from used wind turbine blades and unconventional concrete in lightweight and durable hybrid girders.
Researchers from the Department of Physical Chemistry at the Faculty of Chemistry have developed a method to synthesize water immiscible polymers using a dry wine-based miniemulsion.
The prestigious list of 2% of authors of publications most frequently cited by other scholars included scientists from 5 departments of our university.
A team of employees from the Department of Aerospace Engineering under the direction of Arkadiusz Bednarz, PhD, Eng., has developed an innovative aeronautical turboalternator.
The project, led by Mateusz Szarata, PhD, Eng., is an example of the use of modern IT technology in the planning and management of transport systems.
ISAS is a type of external wall that can be used in a variety of residential, public or industrial applications.
The device is intended for patients with locomotor system dysfunctions, mainly for rehabilitation of knee and hip joints, and is used to restore the efficiency of lower limbs musculoskeletal system.