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We invite you to register for courses for the winter semester of 2021/2022. Registration takes place via USOSweb from June 21, 2021 - July 2, 2021. Additional registrations will be conducted on September 20-24, 2021.

A novel composite material

Mgr inż. Kamil Dydek and his team will be implementing the project until 2023.

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.

Erasmus+ information meeting

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Erasmus+ office invites all students interested in participating in Erasmus+ programme to the information meeting. During the meeting there will be a presentation about the most important issues related to participation in Erasmus+ programme at WUT.

Information for 2020/2021 first-year students – Master's degree program beginning in February 2021

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Essential information for those who start their Master's degree program in February 2021.

Special Issue "Advances in Thin Film Fabrication by Magnetron Sputtering"

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Dr Chodun, as a Guest Editor of the Special Issue (Advances in Thin Film Fabrication by Magnetron Sputtering) of the journal Coatings (IF 2.436), invites to submit manuscripts.

Special Issue "Advances in Metal and Ceramic Matrix Composites"

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Professor Konopka, as a Guest Editor of the Special Issue (Advances in Metal and Ceramic Matrix Composites) of the journal Materials (IF 3.057), invites to submit manuscripts.

World’s TOP 2% Scientists 2019 results

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The Warsaw University of Technology ranked third in Poland in terms of the highest number of most-cited researchers in 2019. We have achieved this owing to our 42 academics ranked among two percent of the world’s most-cited scientists.

Warsaw University of Technology with support from the European Funds

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The funds will be spent to develop the research infrastructure and to set up a unique research and development center.

Special Issue "Mechanical Alloying and Powder Compaction of Crystalline and Amorphous Composites"

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Prof. Dariusz Oleszak, Guest Editor of the Special Issue ("Mechanical Alloying and Powder Compaction of Crystalline and Amorphous Composites") of the journal Materials (IF 3.057), invites to submit manuscripts.

Information for master students

Dear master students enrolled in Biomaterials program, You are invited for the first classes on Monday, February 24, at 10.15 a.m., room 306, WIM building, Woloska Str. 141.

Admission to M.Sc.program

On-line application for M.Sc. program Biomaterials is open until December 16, 2019

Technology to protect surfaces from icing

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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.

Our scientists involved in Mars exploration

May 5, 2018, is a date to remember. The date marked the launch of the NASA InSight mission to explore the deep interior of the Red Planet. Making its way to Mars is an instrument called HP3 Mole. The people behind the device include associates of the Warsaw University of Technology.

WUT contribution to the Rosetta Mission

Soon, for the first time in human history, the Philae lander module of the European Rosetta mission will commence geological research on the surface of it's destination comet. It will be penetrated by MUPUS, a lander of outstanding mechanical parameters, achieved thanks to a surface engineering method developed at WUT's Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering.

Innovative fluid for bulletproof vests

A team from WUT’s Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering under supervision of Prof. Marcin Leonowicz, together with the Military Institute of Armament Technology and the Institute of Security Technologies MORATEX in Łódź has been working on this invention as part of the Innovative Economy Programme –    “Smart passive body armour with application of rheological fluids with nano structures”  (SmartArmour) project.

Steel tailored to industry’s needs

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A team from the Warsaw University of Technology Faculty of Material Science and Engineering headed by Krzysztof Wasiak, M.Sc., Eng., is working on a new generation of nanocrystalline steel. Once developed, such steel stands a good chance of being implemented for production, primarily in tool manufacturing, but also in manufacturing of vital parts of machines and wear-and-tear products.

WUT Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering provides the best education in the field of study Materials Engineering

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The Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology has once again been chosen the best faculty in Poland which provides the field of study Materials Engineering, according to the 2019 Ranking of Engineering Studies of the Perspektywy monthly.

MXenes - a new family of 2D materials at the Warsaw University of Technology

MXene phases are a young group of two-dimensional (2D) nanomaterials with intermediate properties between metals and ceramics, explored to a limited extent so far. Since their appearance, comprehensive research is carried out at the Warsaw University of Technology.

New spin-off company utilizing nanotechnology at the Warsaw University of Technology

In March 2019, a new spin-off company called "ADJ Nanotechnology” Sp. z o.o. was established. The company's activity is related to the growing demand of the printing industry for innovative nanomaterials with designed bioactive properties. The company specializes in the production of bioactive nanocomposite powders for use as a raw material in the production of materials with self-sterilizing properties.

WUT Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering

provides the best education in the field of study Materials Engineering in Poland