International Particle Physics Outreach Group
Participating Institutes
Warsaw University of Technology

Warsaw University of Technology


Warsaw University of Technology
Address Warsaw University of Technology
Faculty of Physics
Koszykowa 75
PL-00-662 Warszawa
Phone +48 222 347 267
+48 226 296 124
+48 226 288 345
Research & Teaching

Faculty of Physics is among the youngest faculties at the Warsaw University of Technology. It emerged from the former Faculty of Technical Physics and Applied Mathematics and continues its traditions. The Faculty of Physics offers studies in Applied Physics and Photonics. The lectures ale supplemented with practical exercises in numerous student and research laboratories in the area of physics, electronics, optics, computer systems for control and measurement etc.

The studies at the Faculty of Physics educate physicists with deep fundamental knowledge and good command of technical issues and computer science. The graduates from our Faculty are able to apply both experimental and theoretical methods of physics to solve problems arising in modern technology as well as in medicine, economy and sociology. The versatile education they obtain enables developing and acquiring new abilities on their own, as well as adjusting easily to the rapid changes on current job market.

The Particle Physics group is part of the Department of Nuclear Physics. Current activities of the group are focused around a number of heavy-ion experiments:
International cooperation with many laboratories of particle physics in the world is intensively developed. Particularly important is the cooperation with the Laboratory SUBATECH in the Ecole des Mines de Nantes (France)

The Faculty organises many interactive exhibitions, during which our students prepare and present exciting experiments, amazing devices and materials with surprising properties. Particularly noteworthy are the Science Festival - How does it work? and Picnic.

High-school students are encouraged to compete in Physics Competition and Physics Olympiads. The winners are granted free admission to the Warsaw University of Technology.

High-school teachers may make their lessons more interesting by showing their pupils experiments via our virtual and internet laboratory of physics. Moreover, our research labs are open for pupils for experimental lessons in physics. We also organise workshops of holography.
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