That is definitely not what motivated Łukasz Pałczyński when he was organising his second special installation in a historic Orthodox church in the Bieszczady region. Could art, architecture and new technologies be easily combined? And why is the whole event held in the Bieszczady Mountains?
60 years ago, on April 5, 1956, the first concert was staged in the Stodoła Central Club for Students of the Warsaw University of Technology. The first performance there was given by jazz musicians, a septet of Janusz Zabieliński, a clarinettist. Over the next years, the club has undergone an enormous transformation.
It is definitely not creativity that modern society lacks. Wherever we go we may come across something really surprising. The same goes for all sorts of competitions and contests. It comes as no shock to anyone that we can compete not only in the field of sports. But the Polish National Hand Soldering Championship comes as a surprise! Fortunately, there are students at the Warsaw University of Technology raring to take up such bizarre challenges.
Unique – could there be a better name for this special invention? I guess no. It is certain on the other hand that students who graduated at WUT have designed a smartwatch strap and their innovative invention is getting many awards. Will it conquer the market? We have to wait and see.
The modern technologies are being used by the young constructors at WUT in order to build a Formula Student race car.
WUT Solar Boat is a construction which brought together two Universities – the Warsaw University of Technology and the Warsaw School of Economics (SGH). The students from the first one are responsible for the construction and technical side of the project whilst the students of SGH are in charge of the organisational issues, finances, marketing and findng sponsors.
He is the champion of Poland, Europe and the World whilst being a student of the Warsaw University of Technology . He is studying Mechanical Engineering at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Mechanics and Petrochemistry at WUT’s Branch in Plock. We spoke to Wojtek Bógdał who became a paraglider about his interesting but dangerous hobby, if studying engineering helps him to be a better sportsman and about his plans for the future.