Perspektywy educational monthly has published annual Engineering University Courses Ranking 2021. Our Biotechnology and Chemical Technology courses have been ranked as the best engineering university courses in their respective categories. Biotechnology course hold the title as the best Biotechnology course in Poland for the fifth year in the row, while Chemical Technology Course holds the title as the best Chemical Technology course for the ninth time in the row, keeping the title since the establishment of the ranking (since individual engineering courses are ranked).

The best (sorted by Impact Factor) articles authored by our Faculty employees in 2021 (last update: 31-12-2021):

  1. Gao F., Zhang K., Guo Y., Xu J., Szafran M., (Ba, Sr)TiO3/polymer dielectric composites – progress and perspective, PROGRESS IN MATERIALS SCIENCE, 2021, 121, 100813, 1-39 (31.56).
  2. Terlecki M., Badoni S., Leszczyński M., Gierlotka S., Justyniak I., Okuno H., Wolska-Pietkiewicz M., Lee D., De Paëpe G., Lewiński J., ZnO Nanoplatelets with controlled thickness: atomic insight into facet – specific bimodal ligand binding using DNP NMR, ADVANCED FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS, 2021, 31, 2105318, 1-10 (16.836).
  3. Szatyłowicz H., Stasyuk O., Sola M., Krygowski T., Aromaticity of nucleic acid bases, WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS – COMPUTATIONAL MOLECULAR SCIENCE, 2021, 11, e1509, 1-21 (16.778).

Faculty of Chemistry, Warsaw University of Technology and Chemical Faculty, University of Warsaw established Warsaw Academic Chemical Consortium that has been given the status of National Centre of Scientific Excellence - KNOW (pol. Krajowy Naukowy Ośrodek Wiodący) in the chemical science field for years 2012-2017, the status is no longer given by the Ministry to any Consortium.


The academic community of the Warsaw University of Technology stands in full solidarity with the Ukrainian nation at this harrowing moment for our neighbor. Nothing can justify the military aggression that Russia has carried out against Ukraine. In Europe so terribly affected by the drama of World War II, resulting in millions of victims, the behavior of the Russian authorities raises legitimate concerns about the future of the entire continent.

July 1st, 2022 (Fri), 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Faculty of Chemistry, WUT
Mościcki Auditorium
ul. Koszykowa 75
00-662 Warsaw, Poland

Erasmus+ Programme GIENAHS project ("Grasping Innovation in Europe through a closer iNterAction between HEIs and SMEs") conducted at Warsaw University of Technology in cooperation with 5 other European Universities and 4 small and medium enterprises (SMEs), led by Uni.versus CSEI (Bari, Italy) has reached another milestone. Researchers of Warsaw University of Technology in cooperation with Exquisite SRL (Romanian company) led wide-range survey among SMEs in 6 European countries (Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania, Sweden, United Kingdom). The main aim was to determine the innovation introduction processes at SMEs and what are the needs for making it faster and easier. The responses were analyzed and the results were used to form the list of skills/knowledge required by SMEs when hiring R&D manager that would organize work and funding for their future innovations. Such list would be the key list to form European PhD curriculum that would train such future R&D managers specifically for the SMEs sector. Click "more" to see the detailed findings.

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PhD student of our Faculty, Joanna Tanska, MSc, Eng., has been awarded at the poster session at the international conference. 22nd International Conference Advanced Batteries, Accumulators and Fuel Cells ABAF 22 has been held on August 22-25 in Brno (Czech Republic). Work of Ms Tanska entitled "Solid-State Electrolytes Based on New Polymer for Li-ion Batteries" have been performed as a part of the ASTRABAT project (years of work 2020-2023, EU Horizon 2020 programme, project leader at WUT: Prof. Leszek Niedzicki, PhD, DSc, Eng.). Ms Joanna performs her PhD work at the Chair of Chemical Technology under supervision of Prof. Paulina Wiecińska, PhD, DSc, Eng. Congratulations!

Mechanochemistry - the field of research focusing on chemical processes induced by the mechanical forces experiences a renaissance with the significant role of Faculty of Chemistry researchers. One of the examples of such role is the newest publication of Prof. Lewiński's group entitled "Mechanoperovskites for Photovoltaic Applications: Preparation, Characterization, and Device Fabrication”, which has been published in Accounts of Chemical Research (IF = 21.7). It is the first publication from our faculty in this prestigeous journal with over 50 years of tradition, in which articles are usually reviews published on the invitation only policy and focuse on the recent achievements of authors – leaders in their respective fields.
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Faculty of Chemistry, WUT just became founding member of the consortium (led by French CNRS), which will hold international PhD studies in the field of emerginc battery technologies. Faculty of Chemistry along with over a dozen other Eruopean universities as well as research institutes and companies will educate 50 doctors over a 5 years span. Project DESTINY (no. 945357) just received funding from the European Union (under Horizon 2020 programme). It is the first cofinanced by EU project of co-held international PhD studies at Warsaw University of Technology.

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