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Business - Innovations - Technology (BIT of WUT)

We are proud to present the intellectual potential of WUT’s students, graduates and employees in the new folder entitled “Business - Innovations – Technology”

Warsaw University of Technology has researchers working on a range of scientific topics which are explored in different areas and on different scale. Often the outcome of these helps with development of new technologies or everyday products to come into being.

Here we would like to present the diversity of topics which are of interest to WUT’s researchers.

PW-Sat3 – the third student satellite from WUT is under construction

Opublikowano: 19/04/2021 11:31 am

PW-Sata3 Visualisation

They started working on the project in October 2018. As they admit, they were inspired by the successes of their older fellow students - the creators of PW-Sat - the first Polish satellite in space and PW-Sat2, which successfully tested the deorbital sail - a possible solution to the problem of space debris. What are the goals of students working on PW-Sat3?

MOGLiS Project – scientific support for low-emissions economy

Opublikowano: 06/04/2021 8:07 pm

Graphics of batteries

Increasing popularity of electric vehicles and growing importance of renewable energy sources have created the necessity to develop new, light, higher-capacity and more efficient energy storage systems, among which the most prominent is electrochemical energy storage (EES).

Eco-pea coal is not ecological - the findings of researchers from the Warsaw University of Technology

Opublikowano: 23/03/2021 5:10 pm

Photo of a roof and smoke

The standards of total inhalable dust in the exhaust gases are exceeded many times over, the concentrations of carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides are significantly exceeded, the emission of carcinogenic benzo (a) pyrene - these are the main findings of the research on eco-pea coal, which was carried out by a team supervised by Artur Badyda, PhD, DSc Associate Professor at Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering.

A novel composite material

Opublikowano: 15/03/2021 3:08 pm

Photo of mgr inż. Kamil Dydek

Requirements for composite materials used in the industry are getting ever more demanding. Companies are doing their best to gain even the slightest competitive edge and scientists are helping them to do so. Mgr inż. Kamil Dydek, a PhD student at the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering is working hand in hand with his team to develop an innovative solution, which may be applied in aviation, the wind power and automobile industries and even in medicine and sports gear.

Getting to Know Matter and Understanding the Evolution of the Universe

Opublikowano: 05/03/2021 8:52 am

Phase diagram of quantum chromodynamics

Dr hab. Eng. Hanna Zbroszczyk, a WUT Professor from the Faculty of Physics, has won the SONATA BIS competition organized by the National Science Centre. As part of the project, a new team will be created which will focus on astrophysics research.

Scientists from the WUT working on a COVID-19 vaccine

Opublikowano: 02/02/2021 12:55 pm

Photo of the virus

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How AI helps prevent preterm child birth

Opublikowano: 29/01/2021 6:23 pm

A concept diagram of the solution worked on by the researchers

A team of researchers associated with the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology are working on a dedicated solution. 

An invention designed to support the blind

Opublikowano: 21/01/2021 5:11 pm

A simplified illustration of the device

High school students creating genius solutions to make life easier for others? If you think this may happen only in movies or in other countries, be ready for a surprise. This invention was created in Poland, just around the corner. 

A game-like hotel? Here is what students have come up with

Opublikowano: 12/01/2021 3:00 pm

Photo of the castle - the advertisement of Magly

Devised to enable hotels to keep growing and gain an edge over competitors, Magly is a project developed by five students from Warsaw-based universities, including three from the Warsaw University of Technology.

Concrete and nature are not worlds apart

Opublikowano: 08/01/2021 11:34 am

City road

Places dominated by concrete surfaces appear environmentally unfriendly and seem to be at odds with the sustainable development ideal. A project by the WUT Faculty of Civil Engineering and F.B.I. Tasbud S.A. may change this perception – all thanks to innovative precast surface elements.

ImGen – coronavirus diagnostics at your fingertips

Opublikowano: 04/01/2021 8:59 am

Are long lines in front of COVID-19 testing stations something we just need to get used to? A consortium including the Center for Advanced Materials and Technologies (CEZAMAT) and WUT Faculty of Chemistry has embarked on a project which might help ease the burden on the diagnostic system.

Ecology and cutting-edge technology – the new engine of a WUT team

Opublikowano: 11/12/2020 8:50 am

Photo of the team working on the fifth generation of the PAMAR 5 engine

The engine uses fuel gases which have not been combusted in piston engines before. It is distinguished by its exceptionally high efficiency and therefore low CO2 emission rate. This is the engine that is being developed by researchers from the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) and their partners from the industry.

WUT and the ALICE experiment (CERN)

Opublikowano: 10/12/2020 7:24 pm

ALICE detector

Significant paper in Nature

Is it possible to predict in detail the process of formation of a solid from a liquid?

Opublikowano: 23/11/2020 2:29 pm

Electrorheological fluid was patented in 1947

Under the influence of an electric field, it increases its viscosity in a very short time and creates... a solid. This is the main property of the electrorheological fluid. Over the years, it has found a number of applications, but a good theoretical explanation of its creation was missing. Until now. Everything changed thanks to a group from the Faculty of Physics at the Warsaw University of Technology.

New material for space and aeronautical applications

Opublikowano: 30/09/2020 4:35 pm

Anna Łapińska, Ph.D., and Prof. Mariusz Zdrojek, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.

Lightweight, mechanically robust and thermally conductive and, above all, capable of shielding electromagnetic radiation, these are all the qualities of the new polymer nanocomposite that Anna Łapińska, Ph.D., of the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Physics is working on.

How to treat cancer? An alternative to chemotherapy

Opublikowano: 05/08/2020 12:25 pm


Investigating the in vitro anticancer and cytotoxic properties of a new family of 2D titanium carbide and nitrate nanocrystals (MXenes) and their effect on cells is the main goal of a project implemented by Agnieszka Jastrzębska, Ph.D., Eng., of the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology.

Warsaw University of Technology is part of a high-profile Microsoft-sponsored program

Opublikowano: 09/07/2020 4:05 pm

Our University is among the winners of the latest Microsoft Research PhD Scholarship Program in EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa). As a result, one of our PhD students will be part of a collaborative research project of the Warsaw University of Technology and Microsoft Research Cambridge. 

WUT scientists to join work on food safety

Opublikowano: 10/06/2020 10:02 am

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A project led by the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science was submitted for funding in the POLNOR 2019 Call for Polish-Norwegian research projects. It was among the seven successful projects in the Welfare, health and care category.

First Polish prototype of a VCSEL laser

Opublikowano: 10/06/2020 9:58 am

Cross-section of a VSCEL structure

A consortium of VIGO System, the Łódź University of Technology and the Warsaw University of Technology is responsible for the development and production of the invention.

New project from the Faculty of Power and Electrical Engineering

Opublikowano: 05/06/2020 1:57 pm

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The Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering (or more precisely: the Institute of Heat Engineering) is the leader of the MOLCAR project, submitted for funding in the POLNOR CCS 2019 Call for Polish-Norwegian research projects. The project achieved the highest score. 

A new paradigm in diagnostics

Opublikowano: 05/06/2020 12:35 pm

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A group of scientists headed by Prof. Elżbieta Malinowska of the Center for Advanced Materials and Technologies (CEZAMAT) and the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Chemistry are working on diagnostic devices for rapid biomarker testing, including virus detection.

Future of the battery industry

Opublikowano: 27/05/2020 4:24 pm

Work on the projects is performed mainly by scientists from the Polymer Ionics Research Group (PIRG) headed by Prof. Władysław Wieczorek, photo: archives

The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded for the development of lithium-ion batteries. This contributed to increased interest in this subject and acceleration of research, including at the Warsaw University of Technology. What battery projects are specialists from our Faculty of Chemistry involved in?

Success of a consortium with the participation of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Opublikowano: 18/05/2020 10:46 am

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A project led by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology (or more precisely — the Institute of Control and Industrial Electronics) was directed for funding in the POLNOR 2019 Call for Polish-Norwegian research projects. Moreover, this project received the highest rating in the Energy, transport and climate field.

An important step in studying the difference between matter and antimatter in the universe

Opublikowano: 18/05/2020 10:40 am

The inside of the Super-Kamiokande detector filled with ultrapure water, photo: the T2K experiment, http://t2k-experiment.org

The international T2K neutrino physics experiment (Tokai to Kamiokande) has published conclusions from the results of its research in the prestigious scientific journal “Nature” [1]. The authors include a large group of Poles, including team members from the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology of the Warsaw University of Technology, headed by Prof. Krzysztof Zaremba. Beside him, the co-authors are: Doctor Robert Kurjata, Doctor Andrzej Rychter and Marcin Ziembicki, MSc.

I am a #Fulbrighter: Zuzanna Jarzyńska

Opublikowano: 18/05/2020 10:33 am

Zuzanna Jarzyńska

– I plan to spend next year studying Urban Design, says Zuzanna Jarzyńska from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology, a winner of the Fulbright Graduate Student Award 2020-21.