Science in the Faculty of Technical Physics, Information Technology and Applied Mathematics

The latest major research projects

The academic staff affiliated with the Faculty are specialists in different scientific disciplines. Their research work, while directed at practical applications, rests on solid theoretical foundations. 'Simulation model of optoelectronic device performance' is a research project where electrical, optical, thermal and mechanical phenomena are modeled. Prof. dr hab. inż. Włodzimierz Nakwaski dr hab. inż. Robert Sarzała, and dr hab. inż. Tomasz Czyszanowski, are the project managers. Each of partial models has a number of versions depending on the required precision of modeling, symmetry of the modeled device, its layer structure, and materials used. The developed simulation model has been frequently used in the design of optoelectronic devices, mainly semiconductor lasers, and in testing of the predicted properties of new structures. The results have been published in leading global journals and presented during international events. Some of the new structures have been patented, including abroad. The accuracy of the model has been confirmed in a number of experimental tests. 

Many of the research projects carried out at the Faculty have won in competitions e.g. of the National Science Centre. The project 'Cognitive hierarchical active partitions' is an example of such a success. The project is managed by dr inż. Arkadiusz Tomczyk. The solution developed in the project will support medical professionals, e.g. radiologists, in more precise diagnosis by allowing them to locate objects in images and image sequences. Used in object localization cameras, the solution may also assist the blind in avoiding physical obstacles. 

As for research on mathematics, dr. hab. Szymon Głąb is the leader of a project called 'Freedom and independence in algebra and topology'. The aim of it is to study these concepts in selected spaces whose structure is algebraic or topological or both. Graphs, infinite dimensional Banach spaces, universal algebra, automorphism groups of homogenous structures and fractals are among the studied objects. 

Scientific cooperation

  1. with research partners:
  • national:
  • University of Lodz,
  • Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz;


  • international:
  • University of Southern Denmark,
  • Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France,
  • Ecole Politechnique de Lausanne, France,
  • Technische Universiteit Berlin, Germany,
  • Vrije Universiteit, the Netherlands,
  • National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute,
  • Lviv Polytechnic National University,
  • Herder - Herder-Institut für historische Ostmitteleuropaforschung, Germany, 
  • University of Pennsylvania, USA,
  • Microsoft Research,
  • Cambridge, UK,
  • University of Calabria,
  • Italy, Kwa-Zulu-Natal University, the Republic of South Africa,
  • University of Illinois, USA;


  1.  with business partners:
  • KNF - Polish Financial Supervision Authority,
  • Infosys Poland sp. z o. o.,
  • Rossmann,
  • Bluerank sp. z o. o.,
  • epruf S.A.,
  • Pelion,
  • Commerzbank Transition Technologies S. A.,
  • Fujitsu sp. z o. o.,
  • Cybercom Poland sp. z o. o.,
  • CERI,
  • Hexagon,
  • Asseco,
  • Atos,
  • Comarch S. A.,
  • Ericson sp. z o. o., 
  • Inovatica sp. z o. o.,
  • Obetruh Technologies sp. z o. o.,
  • Pixel Technology s. c.,
  • Teyon,
  • Unit9 Le Polish Bureau,
  • Bluebrick sp. z o. o., 
  • Plastic s. c.,
  • Wastelands Interactive,
  • Makimo sp. z o. o.,
  • Microsoft,
  • Vescom sp. z o. o.,
  • CD Projekt RED S. A.,
  • Techland sp. z o. o.,
  • 11Bit Studios S. A.,
  • Vivid Games S. A.,
  • Finn sp. z o. o.,
  • Q-Loc S. A.,
  • The Farm 51 S.A.,
  • Artifex Mundi S. A.,
  • CI Games S. A.


Wólczańska 215 Street, 90-924 Lodz
phone: +48 42 631 36 00 
mail: w-7@adm.p.lodz.pl

Date of record:2018-06-27
Date of actualization:2018-06-27

Submitted by:
Agnieszka Garcarek-Sikorska