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  • 2022-11-13

    WEiA expert: "We are not in danger of another Fukushima"

    After the announcement of the decision to build nuclear power plants in Poland, the voices of opposition of this form of energy production returned. An expert of the Gdańsk University of Technology in the field of nuclear energy, however, convinces and reassures that the reactors that would be installed in a power plant in Pomerania are the highest world class in terms of safety...

  • 2022-10-28

    AEE Discipline with the highest A + category awarded by the Minister of Education and Science

    The Minister of Education and Science, taking into account the resolutions of the Science Evaluation Commission, awarded category A + to the discipline of automation, electronic and electrical engineering, which is represented by employees of the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering and the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunication and Informatics of the Gdańsk University of...

  • 2022-05-23

    Five phases and no permanent magnets. Scientists from GdańskTech created a new type of generator

    A team of scientists from the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering has developed a prototype of an innovative multi-phase generator. It guarantees the operation of the machine, which it powers during a failure of one of the phases, and its production does not require the use of permanent magnets, which makes the potential manufacturer independent from the Chinese market. A team of...

  • 2021-08-11

    New research stand at the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering

    On July 26, 2021, at the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering, the construction of a research stand for testing the impact of soil parameters on the long-term current-carrying capacity of power cables began. The stand is created as part of the implementation of Filip Ratkowski, MS, cdoctorate, who received funding from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The experimental...

  • 2021-01-14

    Three employees of the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering in the group of the best scientists in the world

    We are very happy to announce that four employees of the Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering are in the group of 2% of the best scientists in the world in a given discipline. Our employees were included in the database of standardized citation rates prepared on the basis of Scopus data by prof. John PA Ioannidis of Stanford University with Jeroen Baas and Kevin Boyack. Databases are...