UNIVERSITY OF BIELSKO-BIALA - UNIVERSITY FOR YOU!

 

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Address:      
ul. Willowa 2
43-309 Bielsko-Biała
Poland

Dean’s office:
building L, 1st floor 
tel.: +48 (33) 82 79 204 / +48 (33) 82 79 224 
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Information: www.wbmii.ath.bielsko.pl

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Main fields of study:

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Management and Production Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Automatics and Robotics

 

Research area:

Department of Mathematics:

  • Convex analysis. Functional equations and inequalities. Multivalued functions.

Department of Mechanical Engineering Fundamentals:

  • Methods of artificial intelligence. Network modelling and simulation. Software Engineering.
  • Strength analysis of crimped joints and multilayer/laminar plates.
  • Testing of materials, anticorrosion coatings, alloys heat treatment.
  • Use of reverse engineering in the modelling of industrial design.

Department of Combustion Engines and Vehicles:

  • Dynamic testing (analysis), methodology of gear design.
  • Study of longitudinal and transverse movement of vehicles. Multibody dynamics analysis.
  • Modelling actual engine processes. Supplying engines with alternative fuel. Control and optimization of engine processes.

Department of Manufacturing Technology and Automation:

  • Methods of multi-criteria (multi-objective) optimization in production processes.

Department of Production Engineering:

  • Study of industrial networks operating in real-time systems.

Department of Computer Science and Automatics:

  • Information Technology Security.
  • Internet of Things.
  • Networks: optical and radio networks, wireless sensor networks and their security.
  • IT systems.
  • Parallel computing.
  • Computer vision.
  • Electro-magnetic compatibility.
  • Electronics.

Laboratory of Metrology:

  • Study of measurement strategies and calibration procedures as well as determining the measurement uncertainty in mechanical engineering.

Division of Mechanics:

  • Dynamic analysis of mechanical systems.