Since October 2016 the year two divisions: Surveying, Engineering, Planning and Construction (University of Warmia and Mazury) and Physics and Astronomy (University of Zielona) jointly launch a new field of study: Cosmic Engineering.
POLSA Gdańsk

On 8 March 2016 at the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn was a meeting of the Dean of the Faculty of Geodesy, Engineering, Planning and Construction (WGIPB) prof. Radoslaw Wisniewski with the Director of the Department of Education Polish Space Agency prof. Cezary Specht. The meeting was also attended by prof. Andrzej Krankowski - the initiator of the creation of a new field of study at UWM in Olsztyn. The theme of the meeting was to determine the initial areas of cooperation with POLSA WGIPB in the field of educational activities, as well as joint support organizations and projects that promote the activity in the field of use of outer space.

The initiator of its creation is a professor at UWM. Andrzej Krankowski, director of the Centre for Environmental Diagnostics Radio Space functioning at the Faculty of Geodesy, Engineering, Planning and Construction UMW. The initiator of the creation of the Department of Physics and Astronomy UZ was Ś. † P. prof. Janusz Gil. Currently, his work continues Dean of the Faculty prof. prof. dr. Giorgi Melikidze.

The interdisciplinary course of study entitled .: "Space Engineering" will be implemented in the areas of education in the field of technical sciences and science profile, the implementation of education at stationary first-degree studies - engineering. Education established field of study will be conducted from 1 October 2016 years based on the curriculum and program of study, including study plan tailored to the learning outcomes set by the Senates of both universities. The graduate receives a common diploma and professional title.

According to prof. Cezary Specht Director of the Department of Education Polish Space Agency:
- “Involved in the direction of academic faculties among the leading scientific institutions in the field of space research in Poland, hence it can be expected that the direction will be implemented at a high level of education.”

Na zdjęciu od lewej prof. Cezary Specht, prof. Radosław Wiśniewski, prof. Andrzej Krankowski
From left side prof. Cezary Specht, prof. Radosław Wiśniewski, prof. Andrzej Krankowski

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