Dean

  • Professor Ryszard Sroka

Deputy Dean

  • Professor Janusz Gajda
  • Andrzej Izworski, DSc 
  • Krzysztof Kluza, DSc  
  • Szczepan Moskwa, DSc  
  • Robert Stala, DSc 

Fields of study

The AGH UST Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatics, Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering is one of the largest faculties in Poland. It invariably occupies a high position among other similar educational units both in Poland and abroad. Initially, the history of the faculty was connected with the Faculty of Electromechanics (established in 1946), which in 1952 was converted into two faculties: the Faculty of Electrification of Mining and Metallurgy, and the Faculty of Mechanization of Mining and Metallurgy.

 

The scientific potential of the faculty is confirmed by its right to confer the degree of doctor, as well as the post-doctoral qualification in Automatics and Robotics, Computer Science, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering. The scientific and research activity at the faculty concentrates on modern techniques and technologies in information, bioengineering, robotics, environmentally-friendly production, transportation and the use of electrical energy, modern electrical equipment, and metrology. Research conducted at the faculty usually finds practical solutions in various areas.

 

A lot of the faculty staff also hold prestigious positions in world organizations, committees, and honorary social organizations.

 

The development strategy of the faculty concentrates mainly on the following fields of science: information society technology, sustainable development – renewable sources of energy, as well as the equipment for disabled people. The discipline of biomedical engineering goes beyond the traditional domains of technology in order to serve people, incorporating experience of scientists representing various disciplines.

 

Integration and versatility are very important aspects of courses offered to faculty students. Graduates of the faculty frequently undertake their first jobs during the study period, subsequently becoming the most needed specialists on the labour market.