14.11.2019

Scientific category A+ for AGH UST Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology


By the decision of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of 7th November 2019, the AGH UST Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology has been awarded scientific category A+. In this way, the AGH University of Science and Technology has become the third Polish university, alongside the University of Warsaw and the Jagiellonian University, in which five basic organisational units have the highest scientific category.  

The AGH UST Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology is the youngest basic organisational unit of the AGH University of Science and Technology, which has carried out scientific research since 2014. The AGH UST Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology conducts interdisciplinary research in the fields of modern engineering, physics and chemistry of materials, material nonodiagnostics, and nanotechnology. The aim of the AGH UST Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology is to maintain and develop modern scientific research infrastructure, in particular, infrastructure connected with nonodiagnostics and nanotechnologies, as well as making it available to the employees of AGH UST and other scientific research institutions.  

The AGH UST Academic Centre for Materials and Nanotechnology was established as a result of the project financed in 85% by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund within the framework of the Operational Programme “Innovative Economy”. 
 

Other AGH UST units with category A+: 

  • Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications,  
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics,  
  • Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics,  
  • Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science.