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WUT hosts the 32nd International Young Physicists’ Tournament

The International Young Physicists’ Tournament is one of the largest and most prestigious international physics competitions for secondary school students.

Talented secondary school students from several dozen countries are competing against each other in 2019 International Young Physicists’ Tournament (IYPT), or a team-oriented competition asking the contestants to creatively solve the proposed problems in physics. The Warsaw University of Technology is the host of this year’s event.

WUT included in the Shanghai Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2019

The Main Building of Warsaw University of Technology

The world’s best universities in 54 academic subjects have been revealed. The Warsaw University of Technology was included in the ranking list for eight academic subjects: mathematics, physics, mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, telecommunication engineering, instruments science and technology, metallurgical engineering and chemical engineering.

Our students to compete in Shell Eco-marathon

Photo: SKAP

A team from the Vehicle Aerodynamics Students’ Club of the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering will take part in Shell Eco-marathon, to be held in Weybridge, near London, between 2 and 5 July 2019.

Improved QS ranking for WUT

Improved QS ranking for WUT

This is a ranking of the world’s top universities.

Astronautics Student Research Group ready to conquer 2019 University Rover Challenge

The team representing SKA at this year’s University Rover Challenge; photo: SKA

Beside the Robotics Student Research Group, this year’s University Rover Challenge finals will see the representatives of the Astronautic Student Research Group (“SKA”). We sat with Michał Hałoń, the Autonomy Team Leader, to ask him about the preparations for the event at SKA and what can be expected of their rover, Sirius.

Getting ready for 2019 University Rover Challenge according to Robotics Student Research Group

Damian Mucha (standing behind the rover) and Jacek Prokopczuk presenting their Mars rover prototype; photo: Office for Promotion and Information

The Warsaw University of Technology will be represented by as many as two teams in this year’s University Rover Challenge Finals, an international competition of student-built Mars rovers. The qualified teams both operate at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering; these are the Robotics Student Research Group (“KNR”) and the Astronautic Student Research Group (“SKA”). We sat with Jacek Prokopczuk (KNR Leader) and Damian Mucha (Deputy Leader for Collaboration) to ask them about getting ready for the competition scheduled to run from May 30 to June 1.

Fast track to Poland’s Hyperloop

A Hyperloop mockup; photo: Hyper Poland

An update on the innovative project

EYEC organizers’ notes - new blog entry

Olga, Justyna i Hania, Chemical and Process Engineering Student Research Group and EYEC organizers.

No piece of wisdom goes to waste at the Chemical and Process Engineering Student Research Group (KN IChiP). The accumulated knowledge and experience pass from generation to generation of members. Perhaps, this is the key to the growing popularity of their annual multidisciplinary European Young Engineers Conference. We sat to talk about this event with Olga (Coordinator of the 8th EYEC), Justyna (Social Media Coordinator and Board Member of KN IChiP) and Hania (Logistics Coordinator).

Successful testing for WUT SiMRacing motorcycle

The WUT SiMRacing Team with their trophies for the second and third places in the Slovak Championship; photo: WUT SiMRacing

The recently won cups are proof that the team of the WUT SiMRacing Student Research Group operating at the Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machine Engineering (SiMR) have done a great job on their racing motorcycle.

A WUT-born idea takes the world by storm

One of the "comixified" videos, photo: comixify.ai

Developed by a team of the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, the Comixify algorithm for converting video to comic is a real hit. The authors have been very busy over the last few months advancing their project and it has already claimed some awards.

Empower innovation!

photo: BalticLSC

Scientists, business and technology parks of eight countries along the Baltic shores are working on a project known as BalticLSC (Baltic Large-Scale Computing) to improve the efficient use of high-performance computing. The Warsaw University of Technology is the Consortium Leader.

Two WUT teams to compete in 2019 University Rover Challenge Finals

The competition is scheduled to run from May 30 through June 1, 2019

High flyers! Excellent performance from our students at SAE Aero Design

Our students have a track record of success at SAE Aero Design; photo: Facebook / SAE AeroDesign Warsaw

Two first places, one runner-up and three third places are the results achieved by the team of the Warsaw University of Technology in the competition for students engaged in unmanned aerial vehicle design and construction.

How is aircraft for an international competition built? New blog entry

The SAE AeroDesign Team and a wing of one of the previous years’ aircraft. These models are now used for testing, photo: Office for Promotion and Information

Students of the Warsaw University of Technology went to California but not for holiday. Instead, they were working hard – improving and testing the aircraft they have designed and built over the last few months – to prepare for SAE Aero Design competition. As it turned out, their performance was excellent.

How is graphene holding up at the Warsaw University of Technology?

Warsaw University of Technology has been conducting intensive research on graphene for over 10 years, photo: Office for Promotion and Information

The Warsaw University of Technology is among the few Europe’s scientific centers that not only conduct research into graphene and new two-dimensional materials, but also develop graphene-enabled applications.

Astronautic Student Research Group with a win

PW-Sat2 is the second student satellite built at the Warsaw University of Technology; photo: Facebook / PW-Sat2

Institutions and individuals that push forward the space technology industry in Poland have been honored in the competition “Konstelacje 2018” promoted by the Industrial Development Agency (Agencja Rozwoju Przemysłu S.A., or ARP S.A.). The winners included the Astronautic Student Research Group operating at the WUT Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering.

Publications of our researcher in a prestigious journal

Kardiogram

Two papers by Marcel Młyńczak, MEng, PhD from the Faculty of Mechatronics at the Warsaw University of Technology, and Hubert Krysztofiak, MD, PhD from the M. Mossakowski Medical Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the National Centre of Sports Medicine, have recently been published in “Frontiers in Physiology” – a leading physiology journal (IF = 3,394).

2nd place for WUT students at Global Legal Hackathon

The winning WUT team at the Global Legal Hackathon Award Ceremony; photo: www.prawo.pl

Composed mainly of students of the Warsaw University of Technology, the DigiDocs Team were runners-up at the Global Legal Hackathon. Poland was represented by 17 teams in the event.

WUT’s Careers Service website has enriched its website with „Career Center” career platform!

The new platform is also available in mobile version.

Responding to your needs, WUT’s Careers Service has expanded its portal with the "Career Center" career platform. It has been tailored to your individual preferences and expectations, which will help you find the best offers and employers from all over Europe, and will enable you to quickly register for Careers Service events and consult your documents.

Team of the Faculty of Chemistry recognized in the Student-Inventor Competition

The inventors include Michał Wrzecionek, Agnieszka Gadomska-Gajadhur, Ph.D., Eng., Paweł Ruśkowski, Ph.D., Eng., Monika Budnicka and Prof. Ludwik Synoradzki, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.; photo: BPI

A project entitled “Method of Manufacturing a Dynamic Spongy Bone Substitute and Related Solutions” impressed the judging panel of the 9th National Student-Inventor Competition promoted by the Kielce University of Technology.

Carolo Cup International Competition

This was the second Carolo Cup with the Selfie Team on board; photo: Robotics Student Research Group

Robotics Student Research Group successful in Germany

Times Higher Education European Student Survey is now open

THE Europe Student Survey

Times Higher Education in association with Streetbees is conducting a survey that will measure your experience as a WUT student.

Tell us what you think – #powiedzPW Student Survey

The survey’s slogan is "#YourOpinion matters at #YourUniversity"

The Center for Innovation and Technology Transfer Management (CZIiTT), Research and Analysis Department has launched a new instalment of the #powiedzPW Student Survey. This time students can say what they think about dormitories.

WUT student with the Scientific Award of the President of the Polish Space Agency

PSA competition rewards papers dealing with space engineering

Michał Hałoń won the 1st Degree Award for his master’s thesis entitled "Wykrywanie i rozpoznawanie znaczników na zawody robotów mobilnych European Rover Challenge” [Marker detection and recognition for the mobile robot competition European Rover Challenge].