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Supervisors: Prof. Tadeusz Sobczyk

Recruited ESRs: ESR-A: Alejandro Fernandez Gomez, ESR-B: Jose Gregorio Ferreira


Hosting for secondment: ESR-D: Cristobal Ruiz Carcel, ESR-L: Dragoljub Gajic

Cooperation: ABB-PL, ABB-NO

Leading: WP1: Electromachinery




By relating to great academic traditions, such as seeking the truth, respect for knowledge and skills, reliable spreading of the above, open-mindedness towards new ideas, respecting the dignity and civil rights of all people and also respecting the academic freedom, the Cracow University of Technology:


  • educates highly qualified engineers who can cope with national and global industry challenges

  • educates academic staff by supporting the development of their scientific passion and their participation in national and international scientific exchange

  • serves the economy and the whole society by solving technical and technological problems and by implementing scientific studies into economic practice.


By realising its goals the University of Technology Works towards creating a national, European and global space for research and education. It thrives towards interdisciplinary studies and research, combining technical science with mathematical, environmental, economical, legal and social sciences, using information technologies. It develops the ability to self-educate in students, giving them a good basis for work on the modern market, arising with the development of civilization.


What do we do?


Within the Institute of Electromechanical Energy Conversion, Cracow University of Technology is a member of the ITN involved in the WP2: Turbomachinery. Achieving smooth operation at the equipment level and dealing with interactions contributes to the overall project theme of energy saving because the performance of control, optimization and energy saving schemes depends critically on efficient operation of the lower-level assets. Therefore tools for continuous condition monitoring which give early warning of problems are the essential foundation for any energy-efficiency initiatives.


Cracow University of Technology, Poland

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