dr inż. Łukasz Breńkacz

Performs 3D designs of rotating machinery and dynamic and strength calculations. Deals with machine analysis, uses numerical methods (Finite Element Method) and conducts experimental research. Works on problems related to rotor dynamics and the selection of bearings for high-speed energy turbines. Research conducted by him concerns hydrodynamic, gas, rolling and foil bearings. He is a SIMP expert and the author or coauthor of several expert opinions prepared for industry. He is also the author of more than 60 scientific publications (including a book published by Wiley) and an invention patent. He teaches subjects: Machine Design (lectures) and Engineering Graphics (lectures and laboratories) at WSB. He has taken part in nine research projects, and in two of them as a leader. More information can be found at the website:

dr inż. Paweł Bagiński

Develops and manufactures new innovative designs. From the initial concept and documentation to the final product. Most often they concern shafts, bodies, test rigs, foil bearings, etc. Conducts experimental research, including vibration analysis (FFT), condition assessment of gears and bearings and thermographic measurements. Also performs numerical
calculations such as strength analyses, FSI (Fluid-Structure Interaction) analyses and optimisation analyses.

mgr inż. Artur Andrearczyk

He has experience with automation systems such as LabVIEW. He took part in several projects, in which he was involved in the development of measurement systems for micro-CHP plants.

dr inż. Natalia Szewczuk – Krypa

She holds a master's degree and an engineering degree in power engineering from the Gdańsk
University of Technology. The topic of her doctoral dissertation concerned the modelling of
measurement uncertainty using artificial neural networks and fuzzy logic algorithms.

mgr inż. Rafał Kędra

He is experienced in investigating the dynamic properties of structures. He was involved in the investigation of defects in bonded and bolted joints. He used piezoelectric sensors to study Lamb wave propagation. Dr Bartosz Puchalski has experience in automatics. His doctoral thesis was related to control using incomplete calculus.

dr inż. Bartosz Puchalski

He has experience in automatics. His doctoral thesis was related to control using incomplete calculus.

dr inż. Łukasz Witanowski

He is involved with the design and optimisation of thermal cycles and turbomachines. Performs data analyses using machine learning. He has implemented a number of flow systems, including 10kW, 45kW and 300kW ORC turbines and a 70kW turbocompressor. He has participated in numerous NCBR/NCN projects and orders from the industry. He develops
design codes in Matlab and Python.

dr inż. Waldemar Janicki

He has been involved in numerous research projects including the strategic project, key project and individual research projects. He has very extensive experience in creating measurement/control systems for the purposes of hydraulic machine testing.

dr inż. Piotr Klonowicz

He has been designing flow systems for small turbomachines for more than 13 years.

dr inż. Artur Maurin

Since 2016, he has been a research associate at the Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery of the Polish Academy of Sciences. He has participated in many engineering and scientific research projects. He is involved in Finite Element Method (FEM), parametric modelling and optimisation, as well as data processing.

mgr inż. Małgorzata Bogulicz

She has many years of experience in writing computer programs and performing numerical calculations. In many projects, she has performed calculations related to the analysis of foil bearings and dynamic calculations of turbomachines.

inż. Weronika Wiśniewska

She is an employee of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology at the Gdańsk University of Technology. She deals with thermal and flow diagnostics of steam turbines. She performed diagnostic calculations using genetic algorithms.