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  • 2021-09-14

    Let's take math to heart. Entropy in cardiac research

    More than 11 million new cases of cardiovascular disease are reported annually in Europe. Also in Poland, these diseases constitute a large social problem and are the greatest threat to the health of the inhabitants of our country. One of the basic diagnostic tools in cardiology is an ECG - a non-invasive test that shows the bioelectric activity of the heart. It is the ECG records that provide...

  • 2021-09-13

    Young members of the Faculty staff awarded with the Scholarship of the Ministry of Education and Science for outstanding young scientists

    We are very pleased to announce that two members of our faculty – Karolina Górnicka M.Sc. and Sebastian Wachowski, Ph.D.– are on the list of 217 outstanding scientists selected by the Ministry's expert team from among applications from all over the country. Congratulations to our colleagues! Taking into account the entire university, as many as six young scientists from the Gdańsk...

  • 2021-05-31

    The project Magnetic properties of selected oxide compounds containing transition metals

    The research work of dr Michał Winiarski concentrates on synthesis and characterization of new materials hosting strongly correlated electron systems, such as superconductors and magnets.   The aim of the project Magnetic properties of selected oxide compounds containing transition metals is to obtain a number of compounds containing, among others, copper and cobalt ions, and study...

  • 2021-05-31

    Intelligent material for medical sensors shall be created

    A team of chemists and material engineers from Gdańsk University of Technology and the University of Gdańsk - two of the three universities that are part of the Fahrenheit University Association - led by prof. Jacek Ryl from the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics at GUT is working on creating an intelligent composite material using diamond for the production of electrochemical sensors...

  • 2021-03-18

    Prof. Wojciech Sadowski is a member of the Committee of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences

    Prof. Wojciech Sadowski from the Institute of Materials Science and Nanotechnology was elected a member of Committee of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He is a specialist in materials physics, nanotechnology, superconductivity, crystal growth, synthesis of inorganic materials, and optoelectronics. It is worth mentioning that Prof. Wojciech Sadowski is also a member of the...

  • 2021-03-18

    The youngest professor in the Institute of Applied Mathematics

    The President of Poland, by his decision of January 4, 2021, awarded prof. dr hab. Joanna Janczewska from our Faculty the academic title of professor. A graduate of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of the University of Gdańsk (1999), currently director of the Institute of Applied Mathematics and head of the Subsection of Dynamical Systems at the Faculty of Applied Physics and...