Previous visits

In the winter semester of the academic year 2013/2014, the following lectures were held:

  1. prof. Luciano Segreto, University of Florence, Włochy: "Corporate Governance around the World. Towards a Converging Model?" (ABSTRACT)
  2. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Helmig, University of Stuttgart, Niemcy: "Modeling coupled multiphase processes in porous media" (ABSTRACT)

In the summer semester of the academic year 2013/2014, the following lectures were held:

  1. Prof. Suiliang Huang (Nankai University, College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tianjin, China): "Interactions between flow, sediment transport and pollutant migration in aquatic environment: From experiments to mathematical modeling" (ABSTRACT)
  2. Krzysztof Woznica (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Ingénieures de Bourges, France): "Physically and geometrically non-linear structures – FE solution" (ABSTRACT)
  3. Dr. Ing- Carlos Toro (Vicomtech Research Centre, Spain): "Organizational Experience Management and Engineering with  Semantic Enhancement and Reflexive Ontologies: Computerized Formalization with Applications in Smart Decision Support Systems" (ABSTRACT) 
  4. Prof. Andrzej S. Nowak (Auburn University, USA): "Reliability of structures" (ABSTRACT)     
  5. Prof. Patrizia Marti (University of Siena, Italy): "Designing interaction towards experience, aesthetics and embodiment" (ABSTRACT)
  6. Dr Marcin Zieliński (University of Strathclyde, UK): "Non-invasive and non-contact monitoring techniques for surface and sub-surface engineering problems. Recent advances in experimental and numerical tools" (ABSTRACT)

In the winter semester of the academic year 2014/2015, the following lectures were held:

  1. Prof. Dr. habil. Dieter Scharnweber (TU Dresden, Germany): "Biosurfaces" (ABSTRACT)
  2. Prof. Slobodan Mirchevski (Ss Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje, Macednia): "Energy efficiency in electric drives" (ABSTRACT) 
  3. Dr. Peter Márton (University of Žilina, Slovakia); "Computer simulation - how can we use it to support decision-making in solving of transport problems? Examples from railway transport"  (ABSTRACT) 
  4. Akane MATSUMAE, M.Eng., J.D (Saga University, Saga, Japan): "Business Model Architecture to create and deliver Human Centered Value to market - incorporating users' and business' perspective" (ABSTRACT) 
  5. Prof. Francisco Jesus Fernandez Morales (University Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain): "Bioelectrochemical technology. Environmental remediation with energy production" (ABSTRACT) 
  6. Prof. Mykhaylo Dorozhovets (National University, Lviv Polytechnic, Lviv, Ukraine): "Evaluation of the uncertainty of measurement results obtained in science research" (ABSTRACT
  7. Prof. dr. Johan Verbeke (KU Leuven, Belgium; Aarhus School of Architecture, Dennmark): "Quality of doctoral research and fundamentals of Research by Design" (ABSTRACT) 
  8. Dr Charles W Knapp (University of Strathclyde, UK): "Microbial ecotoxicology - bacterial interactions to emerging pollutants in the environment" (ABSTRACT
  9. Prof. Len Gelman (Cranfield University, UK): "Novel advances in mechatronics: development and application of radically novel time-frequency signal processing to complex electromechanical systems" (ABSTRACT) 
  10. Dr.-Ing. Peter Starke (Saarland University, Germany): "Advanced aspects of metallic materials" (ABSTRACT) 
  11. Prof. Marko Čepin (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia): "Assessment of Power System Reliability - Methods and Applications" (ABSTRACT
  12. Prof. Luciano Segreto (University of Florence, Italy): "The world we live in - beyond globalization process" (ABSTRACT
  13. Dr.-Ing. Christian Boller (Saarland University, Germany); "Structural Health Monitoring" (ABSTRACT) 
  14. Dr Jacob Bortman (Ben Gurion University of Negev- Beer Sheva, Israel): "Modern engineering technology in aviation and medical fields" (ABSTRACT
  15. Prof. Mladen Radujković (University of Zagreb, Croatia): "Building project management competences for achieving better project performance results" (ABSTRACT)

In the summer semester of the academic year 2014/2015, the following lectures were held:

  1. Prof. Su Mi DAHLGAARD-PARK (Lund University, Sweden) : The Human Dimension of Quality Management – motivation, commitment, personal leadership, team learning, organizational excellence – Theory and Practice (ABSTRACT)
  2. Prof. Jens Jörn DAHLGAARD (Linköping University, Sweden): The Evolution of Quality, TQM, and Business Excellence Models: Theory and Practice (cases) (ABSTRACT)
  3. Prof. Annik MAGERHOLM FET (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway): Environmental Management and Social Responsibility in global value chain - a theoretical and methodological approach exemplified with cases from the maritime industry (ABSTRACT)
  4. Prof. Maria PIETRZAK-DAVID (INPT - ENSEEIHT - LAPLACE Laboratory, France): Modelling and Control of the Multi-Converts / AC Multi-Machines for the Embedded Systems (ABSTRACT
  5. Prof. Len Gelman (Cranfield University, UK): Novel vibration and acoustical technologies for condition monitoring of complex rotating and reciprocating machinery (ABSTRACT)
  6. Prof. Melina-Spiridoula KOTTI (Technological Educational Institute of Crete - Chania, Greece): Absorption of several pollutant compounds from water on activated carbon and determination of them by HPLC (ABSTRACT) 
  7. Prof. Peter MATEJA (Odette School of Business; University of Windsor - Ontario, Canada): Business Strategy (ABSTRACT) 
  8. Prof. Sofia MORGADO (University of Lisbon, Portugal): Metropolis: Challenges, Planning, Design (ABSTRACT) 
  9. Prof. Pedro GARCIA (Lusofona University, Portugal): Sustainable Waterfront Regeneration (ABSTRACT) 
  10. Prof. Leszek S. CZARNECKI (Louisiana State University, USA): Energy Flow and Compensation in Systems with Nonsinusoidal and Asymmetrical Voltages and Currents (ABSTRACT) 
  11. Prof. Giorgio GASCO (Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey): Antiurban Visions: Radical Alternatives to the Traditional City alongside the 20th Century (ABSTRACT)
  12. Prof. Tomasz HUECKEL (Duke University- Durham, North Carolina, USA): Geomechanics for energy and the environment: experiments, mechanisms and models (ABSTRACT) 
  13. Prof. Roberto BASILE (Second University of Naples - Caserta, Italy): Industrial dynamics, innovation and regional growth in Europe: theory and empirical evidence (ABSTRACT) 
  14. prof. Brent D. RYAN (Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Cambridge, USA): Contemporary Urban Design: Confronting Global Challenges (ABSTRACT) 
  15. Prof. Waldemar W. Koczkodaj (Laurentian University, Sudbury, Kanada): Using pairwise comparisons for better decision making related to the radiation pollution cause by electromagnetic field (ABSTRACT) 
  16. Prof. Mirosław J. SKIBNIEWSKI (A.J. Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland - College Park, USA): Web-based Tools for Traditional and Agile Engineering Project Management (ABSTRACT) 
  17. Dr Christine SWITZER (University of Strathclyde - Glasgow, UK):FrankenSoils (1) - Soil contamination and remediation in an era of austerity and sustainability (ABSTRACT) 
  18. Dr Charles KNAPP (University of Strathclyde - Glasgow, UK):FrankenSoils (2) - Restoring "life". Strategies for the restoration of formerly contaminated lands (ABSTRACT) 
  19. Prof. Eric FLORENTIN (INSA Centre-Val-de-Loire - Blois / Bourges, France):Finite element and error measures: basis and extensions (ABSTRACT)

 

 

 
Projekt "Centrum Studiów Zaawansowanych - rozwój interdyscyplinarnych studiów doktoranckich na Politechnice Gdańskiej w obszarach kluczowych w kontekście celów Strategii Europa 2020" jest współfinansowany przez Unię Europejską ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Społecznego w ramach Programu Operacyjnego "Kapitał Ludzki"