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WUT students took second place at Malta Blockchain Summit

The hardware token, photo by Bartosz Barwikowski

The winners were selected by an esteemed panel of Hackathon judges, including Scott Stornetta, Charles Hokinson, Ilya Smagin, Cataldo Franzone, and Lucas Park. In second place came TPass – the team comprised of students from WUT Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science (Bartosz Barwikowski, Łukasz Skarzyński, Łukasz Berwid, Konrad Daroch).

Visit WUT’s Christmas Market

Visit WUT’s Christmas Market!

Visit this year’s Christmas Market held by the Warsaw University of Technology and find WUT Christmas merchandise, have a sip of Christmas Eve borscht or sign up as a potential Donor with the DKMS Foundation, a blood cancer support charity. And join us in raising money for student scholarships for WUT’s talents!


PW-Sat2 is the fourth Polish satellite

The launch has been postponed

2018 WUT Day

Photo by Podniebne Nagrywki

Our tradition has it that November 15 is the Warsaw University of Technology Day. All WUT units, students and staff alike, join in common celebration and hold a number of exciting events to mark the occasion. All academic community and all our friends are heartily invited to come and join in.

Improved QS EECA ranking for WUT

photo: Office for Promotion and Information

The Warsaw University of Technology has been ranked 15th in the Emerging Europe and Central Asia university ranking. This is a four-spot improvement on the last year’s ranking.


The implementation of the project will last until March 31, 2020

With food safety and climate change at heart.

Our PhD student to compete in European Curling Championships

Bartosz Dzikowski has been a curling player since 2006; photo: Marlex Team Katowice

The Polish national men’s curling team will compete in Division A, or Europe’s top 10 best national squads for the first time ever. The Warsaw University of Technology is part of this historical event as we have one of us on the team. His name is Bartosz Dzikowski and he is a PhD student at the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology.

“Per Aspera Ad Astra” Exhibition

“Per Aspera Ad Astra” Exhibition

An overview of Poland’s most outstanding structures and achievements of the Polish aviation and cosmonautics, all this was brought to you by the Warsaw University of Technology in an exhibition staged at the Main Building from October 22–23, 2018.

The green face of concrete

“Smog-eating” concrete was applied at the Rondo Daszyńskiego junction in Warsaw; photo: Skanska

Remarkable concrete surface with pollution-absorbing properties was laid at Rondo Daszyńskiego, a junction in Warsaw and the location of the Generation Park office park; it is a product of joint efforts of Skanska and Górażdże Cement S.A. with scientific support from the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Civil Engineering and others.

8th European Young Engineers Conference

EYEC 2019

On behalf of the Scientific Club of Chemical and Process Engineering (Warsaw University of Technology) we are pleased to invite you to the 8th European Young Engineers Conference (EYEC).

Business Networking Day for English-speaking students

Business Networking Day for English-speaking students

On the of November 6th, the WUT’s Careers Service organize Business Networking Day dedicated to English-speaking students (Polish and foreign students studying in English).

TEDx Warsaw University of Technology 2018


Students from the Sustainable Business Students Research Circle, from the Faculty of Management, invite to the next TEDx Warsaw University of Technology. The main topic will be the phrase “out of the box”.

WUT students won EDP University Challenge

2018 EDP University Challenge winners, photo by SKNEN

On October 4, 2018 awards were handed out in a competition addressing the issues of renewable energy sources. The top spot went to three students of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and members of the Non-Conventional Energy Student Research Group (SKNEN) operating at the WUT Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering.

Chinese language classes

Foreign Language Centre would like to invite students of WUT to Chinese language classes (A1 level).

Download colourful timetable & academic calendar

Good luck in the new academic year!

This year, we have prepared a printable timetable and a calendar for our students.

The European Graphene Flagship

Our University’s team is directed by PhD, Eng. Włodzimierz Strupiński and WUT D.Sc., Eng. Mariusz Zdrojek, photo: WUT Newsletter

WUT as the only one Poland-based university in the organization

KNA MelAvio to enter an international competition

Students of KNA MelAvio at 2018 IAV Cup, their successful drone and self-driving robot competition; photo: KNA MelAvio FB

UAV Challenge Medical Express is a biannual event for the best academic teams from all over the world and professional teams engaged in building autonomous machines. At this year’s competition running September 24 to 28, 2018, the Warsaw University of Technology will be represented by students of the MelAvio Avionics Student Research Group (“KNA MelAvio”) at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering. The hosts are the University of Queensland and the Australian Research and Development Institute.

A WUT student guides a gold medalist in the World Para Athletics European Championships

Aleksander Kossakowski and his guide runner Krzysztof Wasilewski, photo: Bartłomiej Zborowski/Polish Paralympic Committee

The World Para Athletics European Championships kicked off on August 20, 2018 in Berlin. Among the competing para-athletes is Aleksander Kossakowski accompanied by his guide runner Krzysztof Wasilewski, a student in his final year at WUT Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology; the duo produced a strong performance and won the 1500 m race.

WUT is creating a New Technologies Campus

Signatories of the agreement, photo by Grzegorz Banaszek

The Warsaw University of Technology will receive financing from the EU to create a New Technologies Campus (NTC) and purchase specialist research equipment. The EU funds will enable the implementation of innovative projects based on the living lab concept. The Board of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship has decided to allocate over PLN 82.5 million to the project under the Regional Operational Programme of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship (RPO WM) 2014-2020. The relevant agreement was signed by Adam Struzik, Marshal of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship, and Professor Jan Szmidt, PhD Eng., Rector of the Warsaw University of Technology.

PW-Sat2 left Poland

In May 2018, integration, testing and preparation for the launch of PW-Sat2, a satellite built by members of the Astronautic Student Research Group, came to full completion. After that, the satellite waited in a cleanroom for the next big step: integration with a QuadPack, i.e. the container which would house the satellite during the rocket launch. The successful integration with the QuadPack took place on 26 July 2018 at the offices of Innovative Space Logistics in Delft, the Netherlands. The QuadPack will be transferred to the United States and placed in XSpace’s Falcon 9 rocket this fall.

2018 International Autonomous Robot Racing Challenge

WUT KNR students created the winning autonomous vehicle design, the Selfie car. Photo by KNR Robotics Student Research Group

The success of WUT students

Warsaw Design Factory

Warsaw Design Factory’s operations span several areas, all focused on development and innovation.

The official opening

A successful 2018 Droniada for our students

Our students came second in 2018 Droniada; photo: WUThrust

The WUThrust Student Research Group operating at the WUT Faculty of Electrical Engineering was the runner-up in Poland’s nationwide competition for academic teams in drone missions in the U-Space and data analytics.

Lecture of Professor Koji Hashimoto at WUT

Professor Koji Hashimoto of Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan will deliver a lecture in English "For Sustainable Development of the Whole World by Renewable Energy" at Warsaw University of Technology on June 19th 2018.

WUT among the best 3 of Polish universities in QS WUR

According to the current QS World University Ranking, the Warsaw University of Technology was classified in the places’ range 601 to 650 (same as in the lasts two editions). WUT is the 3rd best university among only 14 Polish universities that was taken into consideration in the QS WUR.