Information Technologies

The Information Technologies Department focuses particularly on the realisation of R&D tasks in the field of applied computer science, automation and test apparatus with particular attention paid to the following issues:

-       local and internet data- and knowledge bases;

-       portals, vortals and internet platforms using latest information technologies available;

-       unique test and research apparatus, particularly climatic, environmental and volatile substances emission test chambers;

-       innovative systems for the control of technological processes,

-       computer systems for the monitoring and diagnosis of the condition of technical objects and technological processes;

-       original algorithmic models designed by means of numerical and AI methods, computer simulations and knowledge engineering.

The department applies various programming languages, (i.e. C, C++, C#, Delphi, Lisp, Java,Visual Basic), script languages (inter alia: PHP and JavaScript), structural languages and declarative languages. To create databases, Oracle, MySql, Postgress, FireBird, Access, DBASE, and PARADOX standards are used, whereas scientific and engineering calculations, computer simulations, optimisation and prognosis are assisted by Matlab and Simulink Programme. The algorithms for advanced control systems and original test and research apparatus are designed with the use of LabView, VHDL and specialised software supplied by the producers of PLC controllers.




  • dr Joanna Łabędzka
  • manager
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  • (+48) 48 364-42-41 ext. 286
  • dr inż. Jacek Wojutyński
  • mgr Ewelina Błaszczuk
  • mgr inż. Mariusz Siczek
  • inż. Jarosław Kaczyński
  • inż. Szymon Adamus

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