He was a transferred student at WUT. After his last automotive invention with Ferrari, he came back this time in the space industry. Now he works on projects with The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Meet Adriano Yassin.
They are the most decorated team in the history of the SAE Aero Design competition. They have won so many awards that they cannot tell the number themselves. Meet students of the Warsaw University of Technology who know aircraft design and construction in and out.
It would be easier to list the things he has not done than those he has tried his hand at. He is the man behind the “Before I Die” event which took place in 2015 at the Warsaw University of Technology. He is the author of a popular apparel brand DZIK DZIKI, and he has recently launched the brand of Ewa Niespodziana, Poland’s Next Top Model Cycle 6 contestant. Konrad Pawlak, a 23-year-old graduate from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, the Warsaw University of Technology, tells us what inspires him and what gets him going.
Have you ever thought how it would be like to study in Poland? In our new blog series, we ask some of our foreign students 3 quick questions to see what they appreciate in their stay in Poland and what kind of tips they could give someone who just came here.
Paweł Dębowski, a YouTuber and creator of P42, a popular book channel, and a technical physics student at the Faculty of Physics at WUT. He tells us about his passion for books, his beginnings on YT and how to stand out from millions of others.
Last year, he (literally) put the judging panel under his spell with his personal charm and was named 2016 Mister WUT. Maciej Piskorz, a student of the Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, talks about his passion and magical skills.
His daily work is optoelectronics research at WUT Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology and teaching students. His escape from the routine is mountaineering. At the end of December, he is joining a team of Polish climbers heading up to Karakorum to make history with the first-ever winter ascent of the “Savage Mountain”, K2. PhD Marcin Kaczkan tells us how preparations are made for such a trip, what happens to a human body at eight thousand meters above the sea level and what it feels like after you have reached the top and why it is everything but not satisfaction.