Doctorates

The Institute of Aviation places great emphasis on the continuing scientific development of their staff.

The Central Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles, pursuant to Article 5 item 2 of the Act on Academic Degrees and Academic Titles of 14 March 2003, after consultation with the General Council for Higher Education, decided to authorise the Institute of Aviation in Warsaw to confer the academic degree of ‘Doctor of Technical Sciences’ in the field of study of construction and operation of machinery.

Legal grounds

The Central Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles, pursuant to Article 5 item 2 of the Act on Academic Degrees and Academic Titles of 14 March 2003, after consultation with the General Council for Higher Education, decided to authorise the Institute of Aviation in Warsaw to confer the academic degree of ‘doktor nauk technicznych‘ in
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Transactions of the Institute of Aviation

Doctoral students may publish their articles in: “Transactions of the Institute of Aviation” (journal website) Other scientific journals (list of Ministry of Science and Higher Education) The Institute of Aviation has been publishing the “Transactions of the Institute of Aviation” journal since 1956. The journal is on the list of scientific journals scored by the

Seminars

UPCOMING 7 September 2017 in room X-1, 12:00 p.m. Speaker: Prof. Tudor Sireteanu „New mechanical shock absorber in application to vehicles and buildings” Speaker: Prof. Gheorghe Ghita „Magneto Rheological (MR) dampers applied to trains” Speaker: Prof. Adrian I. Niculescu „The actual level of passive and active solutions versus solution of the Romanian Institute of Solid

PhD programmes

Completed doctoral research projects dr inż. Włodzimierz Gnarowski “Method to Improve Manoeuvrability of a High-Wing Aircraft”. Supervisor: dr hab. inż. Witold Wiśniowski, prof. nadzw. Date of conferment: 16 December 2014 (with honours) Method for improving the maneuverability of a top-wing monoplane. This dissertation is based on experimental work and describes a method for improving the