37 Sikorski Street, 70-313 Szczecin

Tel. +48 91 449 41 50, Fax: +48 91 449 45 56

e-mail: dziekanat.we@zut.edu.pl



Courses of studies

Automatic Control and Robotics; Electronics and Telecommunications; Electrical Engineering; Information and Communications Technology


Doctoral studies in scientific fields

Automation and Robotics, Electrotechnics


Main research directions


  1. Non-destructive tests with the use of electromagnetic methods
  2. Innovative technologies of energy transformation, transmission and use
  3. High-voltage engineering and diagnostics
  4. Technical and biological systems modeling and management
  5. Real-time diagnostics and control systems
  6. Photonics and optoelectronics in technology, biomedicine and telecommunications
  7. Signals and data exploration, processing and transmission
  8. Image processing and analysis in technology and biomedicine
  9. Renewable energy sources
  10. Energy generation in a distributed energy system
  11. Sensory networks
  12. Fifth-generation telephony


Cooperation with industry and business

The Faculty has been cooperating very actively with its industrial environment and with the units of technology transfer. It has signed  agreements with representatives of various segments of electrical engineering and information technology, among other things with Eaton-Moeller Electric, National Instruments Poland, B & R Industrial Automation, DGS Poland, Tieto Poland, KK Wind Solutions, SIEMENS, brighONE Poland. The aim of the cooperation is to increase the attractiveness of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in the market of education and labour. This cooperation allows the Faculty to have an access to the latest industrial solutions, and to make the classes more enthralling, at the same time, giving students an opportunity to become familiar with the partners’ standard solutions. The agreements contribute also to the students acquiring certificates of competence within the framework of classes at the Faculty.

Another aspect is the scientific and research nature of the cooperation. The faculty has been working for years with its industrial environment, drawing up expert opinions, conducting joint research and measurements, and collecting resources within the framework, operational and regional European Union programmes.

Since 2009, an Industrial and Programme Council has been acting at the Faculty, bringing together representatives of the most important regional companies in the areas of automation, electotechnics, electronics and information technology. The Council supports the Faculty in the development of attractive training programmes, consistent with the needs of the labour market, and in the creation of interesting places for students’ practical activities and training.

Offer to foreigners

The exchange of students within international programmes; scholarly internships related to the main directions of research run at the Faculty.