I-14 | Institute of Mechatronics and Information Systems

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The main scope of research carried out in the Institute of Mechatronics and IT Systems are computer-aided methods of electromagnetic field theory in mechatronic application; electrodynamics of 3D with magnetic non-linearity and fields simulation methods design and production. Additionally, the institute is involved in projects on micro and nanostructures modeling database systems and information pools data mining systems.


The Institute cooperates with numerous academic and industrial centers, including among others: Universite d’Artois in France, the University of Vigo in Spain, the University of Pavia in Italy, the Technical University of Torino, OTIS United Technologies (USA), Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje in Macedonia, as well as ABB limited, TurboCare Poland Ltd, Westinghouse Electric Corporation and SEW-EURODRIVE, ZREW, PWC-Polska, BSH Sprzęt Gospodarstwa Domowego, EMIT ltd and BESEL Ltd.


The institute runs many national and international projects, e.g. internationally unique E-matura project (under the supervision of prof. Sławomir Wiak). Also, the institute is the organizer and co-organizer of national and international seminars and conferences, including bi-annual international conferences, such as: ISEF and SMC conference.

The institute’s  authorized educational centers offer courses in database design, computer aided graphics, CAD/CAM systems and using professional software, such as: Autodesk, Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, Adobe, Infolityca, Vector Fields.


The cooperation with IBM has led to establishing a specialized laboratory with this latest hardware and software. The institute also boasts highly specialized electro-technology of environmental protection and plasma synthesis of nanomaterial laboratories. 


The educational activity of the institute covers classes for electrical engineering, mechatronics, and information technology students. In the institute there are also held postgraduate study programs and courses on e.g. data base systems and computer aided graphics. Students can further expand their knowledge at one of three student scientific associations, each with years of tradition and offering extra-curriculum activities in GNU software development and application, databases and expert systems.