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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.

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.

How to automatically detect a cough in a portable spirometer?

Opublikowano: 22/04/2020 12:24 pm

Female patient during spirometry

The innovative solution has been described by Mateusz Soliński and Michał Łepek – PhD students from the Faculty of Physics at the Warsaw University of Technology – and Łukasz Kołtowski, MD, PhD from the Medical University of Warsaw. You can read about the results of their work in the “Informatics in Medicine Unlocked” journal.

In search of the past

Opublikowano: 22/04/2020 12:00 pm

Staszic Palace, fot. harum/Wikimedia

Is the Staszic Palace home to the archives of the Association of the Polish Youth “Zet”, a pre-WWI clandestine organisation of Polish students across European universities? Experts, including Anna Lejzerowicz, Ph.D., of the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Civil Engineering have performed some early surveys. 

I am a #Fulbrighter: Anna Zamojska-Dzienio Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.

Opublikowano: 09/03/2020 9:54 am

Anna Zamojska-Dzienio, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng.

A researcher of the WUT Faculty of Mathematics and Information Sciences has won a Fulbright Senior Award 2020–21. Under the scholarship, she will be working on a project entitled “Order in Data Science and Category Theory”.

The WUT-3 Car

Opublikowano: 09/03/2020 8:53 am

The WUT-3 car designed and constructed by the students from the WUT Racing Research Group; photo credit: BPI

The latest design of the WUT Racing team has been shown to the public.

The VIDO project

Opublikowano: 02/01/2020 9:56 am

Dr inż. Karol Kakarenko. Photo credit: CZiITT, Warsaw University of Technology

Support in diagnostics and treatment of visual impairment

Melson – a humanoid robot designed by students of the Warsaw University of Technology

Opublikowano: 27/11/2019 10:21 am

Melson at Robotic Competition RoboChallenge 2019

It attracts interest everywhere it appears. And it’s not because of its distinctive blue color, it’s because of its impressive capabilities. Meet Melson and its creators – students of the Robotics Student Research Group (KNR) at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology.

New materials for 3D printing

Opublikowano: 13/11/2019 3:38 pm

Titanium 3D printed implant and powder obtained by its atomization

Today on the market there are several thousand different metallic materials available. However only about 30 of them are used for metal 3D printing. New alloys appear slowly, because a lot of resources are needed to develop the proper feedstock – powder with custom chemical composition. Scientists from the Warsaw University of Technology have developed a technology that solves these problems.

Technology to protect surfaces from icing

Opublikowano: 15/10/2019 1:47 pm

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The issue is serious. Ice formation and build-up can be a lethal danger in many spheres of life. The risk is still greater if icing occurs on aerodynamic surfaces of aircraft flying at a high speed or on wind turbines, or on key parts of electrical wiring. Rafał Kozera, DSc, Eng. of the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, has an idea how to solve this problem.

What is the situation of one-person households?

Opublikowano: 30/09/2019 10:33 am

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In Poland, the average household size has been on the decline for several years now. According to the forecasts of the Central Statistical Office from 2016, it will continue on a downward trend in the next decade. What is the quality of life of people living on a single income? A research project on this subject was conducted by Marlena Piekut, DSc, Eng., from the College of Economics and Social Sciences of the Warsaw University of Technology Branch in Płock.

Steel tailored to industry’s needs

Opublikowano: 05/09/2019 1:57 pm

Nanobainit, photo E. Skołek, Ph.D. Eng.

Business - Innovations – Technology

Effective water and detergent recycling solution for industrial laundries

Opublikowano: 07/08/2019 12:43 pm


The concept proposed by a Polish-German consortium would offer savings and reduced pollution. On-board the REWARD project are scientists of the Warsaw University of Technology’s Faculty of Chemistry and Process Engineering.

Remote sensing to support the environment

Opublikowano: 29/07/2019 2:05 pm

Analysis of changes in woodlots and shrubs in the Ostoja Olsztyńsko-Mirowska area, ed. K. Osińska-Skotak

Business - Innovations – Technology

Graphene infrared radiation shielding

Opublikowano: 11/07/2019 4:41 pm

Left: a microscope image of graphene oxide flakes; right: a microscope image of reduced graphene oxide flakes coated with iron oxide nanoparticles; photo: IR-GRAPH Project Archives

Scientists of the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Chemistry and Process Engineering use graphene oxide and graphene-related compounds to develop new materials for infrared radiation protection. Their IR-GRAPH Project was funded by the National Centre for Research and Development (NCBR).

How to tame the math monster

Opublikowano: 11/06/2019 3:13 pm

The online platform is already used by students, mainly from schools in Warsaw and its surrounding areas; photo: Warsaw Municipal Office Wola District

Dull, boring, hard or even irrelevant or devoid of reality in the form we know it from school handbooks. These are the common conceptions of mathematics. Can you break that stereotype? Yes, you can! Scientists of the Warsaw University of Technology do just this.

Electric go-karts by WUT students

Opublikowano: 04/06/2019 3:10 pm

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What solutions do students test in their vehicles?

Innovative skin cancer detection solution

Opublikowano: 09/05/2019 1:53 pm

Agnieszka Siemion, Ph.D., Eng., and her team will be working on the T-SKIN project until the end of 2021; photo: Andrzej Siemion

A team led by Agnieszka Siemion, Ph.D., Eng., of the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Physics is working on optical systems for a real-time human skin imaging device designed to detect cancer lesions. The T-SKIN project received funding under the LEADER Program managed by the National Centre for Research and Development.