Faculty of Architecture

main research areas:
• Modern housing estates – architecture, standards, spatial and design solutions in housing environment of urban and suburban
• Natural materials sustainable building technologies
• Computer-aided conceptual structural design, ICT technologies, CAD 3D Scanning
• Transformations of functional and spatial forms and structures in architecture of local borderline cultures
• Structure and landscape transformations in towns and villages of north-eastern Poland
• Architecture in the face of historical challenges – selected issues of 20th century Polish architecture from cultural, social and anthropological perspectives

Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences

main research areas:
• Renewable energy use Energy-efficient construction, alternative energy sources and environmental protection are some of the important future specialisations at Bialystok University of Technology.
• Biochemical and physico-chemical analysis of possibilities of biodegradation of selected phenolic compounds
• Experimental and theoretical modelling of non-linear characteristics of building structures behaviour
• Shaping the properties of building materials
• Analysis of the influence of physico-technical, climatic and economic factors on optimal solutions concerning energy-efficient buildings
• Analysing selected problems in spatial management and engineering
• Efficient methods and algorithms in numerical analysis of building structures, including feasibility, design, implementation and usage phases
• Reactions of wetland ecosystem habitats and plants to active protection measures
• Modelling and optimisation of water purification, sewage treatment, and sewage sludge processing
• Advanced technologies in water protection and treatment and in waste neutralisation
• Research on and simulation of energy-efficient heating and ventilation systems as well as areas of human presence
• Shaping road infrastructure elements in terms of their durability, traffic safety, environment protection and construction costs
• Innovative technologies in compaction, combustion, gasification and processing of agri-food materials
• Analysis of the influence of beneficial and harmful microorganisms on the natural environment
• Podlachian landscape identity

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

main research areas:

• Modern methods of analysis, synthesis, control and diagnostics of dynamic systems
• Selected mathematical and experimental methods applied for analysing electrical and thermal phenomena
• Power electronics systems in propulsion applications, renewable energy sources and renewable energy sources conditioning systems
• Technologies of active optical fibres and semi-conductive radiation sources application
• Research on and designing of teleinformatic devices and systems in terms of electromagnetic compatibility

Faculty of Computer Science

• Selected problems of theoretical and applied mathematics
• Data representation and processing methods in multimedia systems
• Methods of exploration and modelling of multi-dimensional data sets
• Intelligent systems
• Selected issues of pure and applied mathematics using information technology tools

Faculty of Engineering Management

main research areas:

• Modern methods of manufacturing and logistics management
• Technical, economic and environmental aspects of innovations in industry
• Asset and liability management in business entities and public sector entities
• Foresight study
• Methods of solving modern problems in organisation management
• Management of regional and local development
• New trends in tourism management in the region
• Chinese-Eastern European logistics

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

main research areas:

• Research on components and algorithms for intelligent technical systems
• Issues in mechanics of heterogeneous and anisotropic materials
• Analysis of durability and reliability of mechanical structures in their operation processes
• Research on heat and flow processes in stream systems and densely packed developed surfaces
• Development of biomaterials, biomedical constructions and computer-aided methods in medicine
• Manufacturing technologies and qualitative studies of spatial objects shaped with subtractive and additive methods

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