Nuclear power still raises many doubts, which is why the voice of experts is so important. Andrzej Gąsiorowski, M.Sc., a doctoral student at the Faculty of Chemistry, conducts research aimed at increasing safety of work with ionizing radiation. He is a graduate of Chemical Technology at TUL, he participated in NCN and NCBR projects. He is a scholarship holder of the Polish Society for Radiation Research. He took part in a training and internship trip to Spain in the field of nuclear energy, as well as in technical trips to the nuclear sector in France and Germany.
In his work he perfectly combines theoretical knowledge with experience gained on the construction site. He uses this in his research, which aims to determine the reliability of structures such as halls and masts. Rafał Bredow, MSc. is the winner of, among others, the Prof. Kuczyński Award for the best thesis in the field of construction and continues his education at the Interdisciplinary Doctoral School at Lodz University of Technology.
In a laboratory room she feels like a child in a toy shop. Being passionate about physics, she is now pursuing her doctoral degree at the Interdisciplinary Doctoral School ISD. She is part of a research group led by Prof. Tomasz Czyszanowski, where she deals with VCSEL lasers widely applied in medicine or electronics, for example. Weronika Głowadzka has connections with the Institute of Physics at Lodz University of Technology and has been gaining international experience during internships and visits at European universities. Her aim is to create a future technology that would be used to quickly analyze the blood of patients or the air that they breathe.
The Rector of Lodz University of Technology, Professor Krzysztof Jóźwik, announces new competitions which are designed to stimulate the research activities of employees and students and to promote outstanding scientific achievements of the University's staff. The deadline for applications is 23 April.
A student of Interdisciplinary Doctoral School, TUL is working on a linguistic database method with applications in cyber security, medicine, and commerce.
Together with Prof. Adam Niewiadomski, she co-authored an article published in the Journal of Applied Computer Science. She was also awarded Minister of Science and Higher Education scholarship for outstanding scientific achievements.
Chemical science is a very broad field that can be applied in areas such as product authentication and medical diagnostics. One of the tools used by scientists is nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. This is the area in which dr inż. Barbara Pacholczyk-Sienicka, a member of Prof. Lukasz Albrecht's research team, works.
On 20 January dr. hab. inż. Ryszard Pawlak from the Faculty of Electrical, Electronic, Computer and Control Engineering at TUL was awarded professorship by the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda.
International Women and Girls in Science Day (11.02) is a good opportunity to show how Lodz University of Technology - a modern technical university aspiring to become a research university - compares to the growing statistics on female employment and perspectives for their scientific development.
Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) has granted funding to 10 units under the "STER - Internationalisation of Doctoral Schools" programme. Lodz University of Technology is one of the beneficiaries.
On January 4 this year President Andrzej Duda granted two professorial nominations to scientists of the Faculty of Materials Technologies and Textile Design of Lodz University of Technology: Prof. Katarzyna Grabowska and Prof. Dawid Stawski.
The National Centre for Research and Development has announced a competition under the Strategic Research and Development Programme "Advanced information, telecommunication and mechatronic technologies". - INFOSTRATEG. Applications for funding can be submitted from 4 January to 26 February 2021 (by 4:00 p.m.).
LIDER is a programme addressed to young scientists. Its objective is to increase the competence of young scientists in independent planning of research work and managing their own research team during implementation of research projects, the results of which may have practical applications and implementation potential. The amount of allocation in the competition is PLN 80 million, of which 10% is a reserve for appeals. The call for grant applications takes place between 18 January and 18 March 2021. (by 4:15 p.m.).