The cooperation will relate to conduct joint research and development in the field of space and satellite technologies. The cooperation agreement was signed on 14 March 2016. By the President of the Agency, prof. Brand Banaszkiewicz and prof. Łodygowskiego Thomas, rector of the University of Technology.
Polish Space Agency and the Poznan University of Technology will take joint action to strengthen cooperation between the science sector and industry in the region. Agency offer substantive support universities in teaching, it is also planned joint organization of seminars, conferences and networking meetings related to the theme of space.
Poznan University of Technology was established in 1919. The university offers education in ten departments, leading a total of 30 fields of study, including automation and robotics at the Department of Computer Science and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering at the Faculty of Working Machines and Transportation. At the university he educates over 20,000 students and second degree, doctoral studies and postgraduate education which cares for more than 1,200 teachers.
Signing an agreement with Poznan University of Technology is another step towards the implementation of the essential tasks of the Agency - to support educational programs on knowledge, research and space technologies and to ensure harmonious cooperation between science and industry.
In recent months the agency has teamed up with two other technical universities.
From December 2015, Cooperates with the Technical University of Gdansk supporting the project inception in Tri-City the new direction of the second cycle called Space technologies and satellite. The direction is to be maintained for 3 Tri technical universities: the Technical University of Gdansk, Gdynia Maritime Academy and Naval Academy in Gdynia, Poland and the Space Agency will engage in the preparation of the training program.
At the beginning of March 2016. Pols signed a cooperation agreement with the Rzeszów University of Technology, which provides, inter alia joint participation in sectoral and regional programs related to the European space sector.
Agency declared a collaboration with the University of Warmia and Mazury and the University of Zielona Gora, which intend to autumn 2016. New field of study: Engineering cosmic. POLSA intend to both universities to support organizations and projects to promote activities related to the use of outer space.