Intensive International Education Program 1

Intensive International Education Program 2

Intensive International Education Program 3

Intensive International Education Program 4

Engineering for sustainable energy

Engineering for natural resources and environment

Technologies for digital era

Engineering for the manufacturing of the future

Advanced energy conversion

Biomaterials – materials for medicine

Additive manufacturing – versatile but challenging process

(Bio) signal processing – a nature-oriented viewpoint

Comparison of hybrid and internal combustion vehicles in terms of energy demand

Climate changes and complex systems resilience

Digital industry for sustainable development

Ambient assisted living – sensors around us

Economic assessment of the battery electric vehicle operation in public transport

Development of green logistics

Eye tracking and gaze control applications

Application of neural networks to fault detection

Energy for sustainable development

Environment protection & industrial risks

From functional consideration of a system to dysfunctional one

Artificial intelligence for industry of the future

Energy management in buildings

Environmental aspects of the production and use of biofuels in transport

Aircraft avionics systems

Basics of aircraft construction, operation and maintenance

Energy technologies and development challenges

Health/ecological balance in the assessment of pyrolysis technology of municipal solid waste

Introduction to wind turbines vibration analysis

Ceramics for innovative structural composites

Fundaments of energy storage

Life cycle assessment of biofuels

IT support for aircraft operation and maintenance

Fault detection and isolation in dynamic systems – classical approaches

Hydrogen economy

Materials from renewable resources

IT support for flight safety

Flight safety management

Noise in the arctic settlements


Neuro-symbolic AI for the digital era industry: an introduction

Hacking life sciences – case study-based discussion

Nuclear energy and sustainable development

Safe and efficient storage and delivery of hydrogen

Neuro-symbolic AI for the digital era industry (AI technique for the industry 4.0: some applications)

Hacking life sciences

Nuclear is a climate friendly energy source

Sustainable energy development in terms of reducing greenhouse-gas emissions

Neuro-symbolic AI for the digital era industry (Ontology-based symbolic AI for knowledge management in industry)

Industry 4.0 where human play an important role

Practical application of statistical methods

The effect of wind turbine on human

PHM: Challenges and opportunities brought by data analysis

Predictive maintenance engineering

Reliable wind power generation

Thermal energy storage

Physiological signals – nature and recording methods

Risk assessment in aircraft operation and maintenance

Strategies for converting the conventional public transport bus fleet to electric propulsion

Water desalination technologies and development

Practical fault detection of rotating machinery

Sustainable entrepreneurship – engineering sustainable products

Technologies of electricity achieving from municipal solid waste

Wind farm reliability analysis

Techniques and software for engineering and realizing of investment on site

Systems and technologies of intermodal transport

Intensive International Education Program 1

Intensive International Education Program 2

Intensive International Education Program 3

Intensive International Education Program 4

Promoting Polish culture

Promoting Polish culture

Promoting Poland as a country of attractive educational opportunities

Promoting Poland and Polish culture as a country of attractive educational opportunities

Landscape and soundscape of the Tatra National Park

Białowieza National Park – UNESCO Site (unique ambisonic sounds of the oldest forest in Europe)

Mining traditions at its cultivation at AGH UST

Ambisonics and virtual acoustics in AGH — UST

St. Mary’s Basilica in Kraków – Polish cultural heritage

Hall in Wrocław of the UNESCO

Participation of Polish engineers in the reconstruction of the country after 1918

Lesser Poland throughout the centuries

The Industrial Monuments Route of the Silesian Voivodeship – a history of the European industrial revolution of the 19th century – metallurgy and other industries

History of the development of mining in the area of present-day Poland on the example of sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List

Scriptoria and paper mills in old Poland

Mining heritage in Poland – underground tourist routes

Wawel Hill – the seat of Polish kings

Wooden churches of southern Małopolska of the UNESCO World Heritage List

Wieliczka and Bochnia Royal Salt Mines

Prints in collection of Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences

  • Duration of each IMPK course will be 34 hours
  • Courses will be free of charge
  • Courses will take place on-line
  • Courses completion date is between March and June 2022
  • Participant will receive a course completion certificate
  • International lecturers team
  • Lectures will be in English
  • Preliminary submission deadline: click button below