Functioning of the university between March 29 and June 30, 2020

From March 29 to June 30, 2022, the university shall operate according to the rules specified in the Rector’s Order No. 24/2022. Most important excerpts from the Order All members of the academic community: staff, students,...


First autonomous bolide in Poland at the AGH UST

The photo shows a large room. Four yellow and black cones are in the foreground. Behind them stands the bolide; its left side is visible. The bolide is black with pale-blue graphic elements. The back of the car has the inscription “AGH UST”, and in the front there is a graphic element “10 years of AGH Racing”. Behind the bolide there are more than 20 people in a row. The majority are members of the AGH Racing team.

Operating within the structure of the AGH UST, the AGH Racing team presented the first autonomous bolide in Poland to successfully pass the inspection at Formula Student competitions. After combustion and electric vehicles, the...


AGH UST student on an analogue space mission at the LunAres Research Station

The photo shows a young woman in an AGH Space Systems T-shirt who is examining a transparent fluid in a glass container that she is holding up to her face with her left arm. She is also wearing blue disposable gloves and a lanyard.

Barbara Szaflarska, a student at the AGH UST and a member of the AGH Space Systems Student Research Club, will participate in an analogue space mission organised by the LunAres Research Station. This extraordinary place...


Professor Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli – AGH UST Doctor Honoris Causa

Na zdjęciu Rektor Jerzy Lis gratuluje Profesorowi Alberto Sangiovanni. Obaj Panowie ubrani są w stroje ceremonialne. Rektor ubrany jest w togę i biret koloru zielonego oraz kołnierzem z gronostajów, natomiast profesor Sangiovanni ma na sobie togę i biret w kolorze czarnym.

On March 18, 2022, Professor Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, a prominent specialist in microelectronics, received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa of the AGH UST. (…) ‘Professor Sangiovanni-Vincentelli has remained in touch...


How to transport regolith on the Moon? AGH UST students work on specialised solutions for the space mining sector

A team of students from the AGH UST is the only Polish team taking part in the international Over the Dusty Moon Challenge in Denver, USA. The competition implies the development of an innovative system for regolith transport....


Be entrepreneurial! AGH UST as ETEIA project leader

Since July 2021, the AGH UST has been the beneficiary of a new initiative from the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) – the HEI INITIATIVE Innovation Capacity Building for Higher Education. Its goal is to...


8 March – Wishes for Ukrainian female refugees

To all great women, snatched away from the hardships of today’s reality, forced to run away from their homes and separated from their loved ones, condemned to tramp, women who protect their children with remarkable strength and...


Self-Study Reading Room – change of opening hours

The AGH UST Main Library informs that for reasons beyond its control, since March 4, 2022, the Self-Study Reading Room is available only during regular opening hours of the library.


AGH UST student co-creates an accommodation map

The photo shows the map of Poland with tags in various colours placed on respective cities and towns. The tags pertain to the offers of help in the places marked by them.

In the last few days, several initiatives and forms have been launched, allowing people to offer help to refugees from Ukraine by sharing their apartments or offering transfer from the border. One such initiative is an...

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