Nanotechnology is the science of very small structures called nanomaterials and nanoparticles and the techniques of their production and research. The size of nanoparticles can be compared to thousandths of the thickness of a human hair.
Do you wonder what it is that makes the sweetness of fresh fruit give us so much energy, so that we can function properly? What if we provided the same energy to our smartphones, laptops, cars, or planes?
Using the knowledge of scientists and the specialised equipment at TUL, we can have a real impact on improving the state of the natural environment. A good example of such activities is the research conducted under the TEX-WATER-REC project.
The clothing industry is the second largest industry responsible for polluting the world. Clothing that goes to stores is often displayed for two or three weeks, then it is subject to attractive price reductions, and yet it is not sold.
Metaverse has recently become a very popular buzzword thanks to Mark Zuckerberg's interview. The Facebook CEO presented the concept of the metaverse project, which is to seamlessly connect the Internet with virtual reality.
Has a degree in food technology from the Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Sciences of Lodz University of Technology. Currently, works -as an assistant professor at the Institute of Food Technology and Analysis, TUL.
Ilona Gałązka-Czarnecka is scientifically passionate about the nutritional enhancement and biological activity of sprouts. She is interested in next-generation food design, transformation and improving the stability of nutrients and health-promoting ingredients in food.
A graduate of food technology studies at Lodz University of Technology, assistant professor at the Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Sciences of the Institute of Food Technology and Analysis in the Starch and Sugar Industry Technology Team
A graduate of biotechnology at Lodz University of Technology, assistant professor at the Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Sciences at TUL, at the Institute of Food Technology and Analysis, in the Starch and Sugar Industry Technology Team.
Extensive studies in Experimental Physics and Applied Computer Science and later a doctorate in Chemical Sciences gave me flexibility, multidisciplinary and openness to learning. I adhere to the principle that curiosity about the world often leads to discoveries or learning about new solutions.
The key research areas that have dominated his research work are e-commerce and marketing innovations, especially Internet marketing in its broadest sense. Manager and executor of many research projects, author of over 100 scientific publications, social media marketing coach.
PhD student of InterChemMed Interdisciplinary doctoral studies of Lodz public universities, conducted by Lodz University of Technology in cooperation with the Medical University of Lodz and University of Lodz.
Member of the Robotics and Automation Research Group. Since the beginning of his adventure with science, Łukasz Frącczak has been focused on medical robotics, especially minimally invasive surgery and Robin Heart surgical robot.
Vice Dean for Full Time Degree Programmes, Faculty of Mechnical Engineering, Lodz University of Technology; Head of the Research Groups Space Engineering and Functional Materials; Vice President of the Association of Polish Inventors and Rationalizers. Co-founder of a spin-off company Advanced Graphene Products Sp. z o.o.
I graduated from the University of Lodz with a degree in Mathematics. I am an associate professor in the Faculty of Technical Physics, Information Technology and Applied Mathematics. I am also a Distinguished Research Professor in Southern Illinois University, USA, where I have worked for the most part of my research career.