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Education

Warsaw University of Technology

Eng. Diploma studies include 3 years (full time) of general electrical, electronic, mechanical and IT engineering.

Main subjects: Mathematical Analysis, Physics, Mechanics (Static, Kinetics, Dynamics), Electronics, Automatics (Continuous, Discrete, Industrial), Robotics, Drawing & Engineering Design, Materials, Metallurgy, IT Programing (C++, Java), Photonics, Business Management Basics.


MSc. Studies (full time) include 2 years of Biomedical Engineering & Biocybernetics. This study also includes practical work, which I have completed at Institute of Nuclear Energy, Swierk, Poland, refer below for more details.

Main subjects: Human Biology, Scientific Methods, Radiology, Imaging Equipment in Medical Diagnosis, Image Reconstruction Methods, Nuclear Medicine, USG Basics, Bio-Photonics, MRI Basics, Biomechanics, Fluids Mechanics.

Warsaw University of Technology is an autonomous State university-type higher education institution, having it’s own legal personality. With its tradition dating back 1826, the University has been working under it’s current name since 1915. The legal basis of the University is provided be the Low on Higher Education of 27 July 2005 and the University Charter. Warsaw University of Technology awarded the degrees (professional titles) of master’s in science in Engineering to Mikolaj Krukowski on 2007-01-15, student’s identification number 3254/173576/15.01.2007. Warsaw University of Technology is listed in the index of European Federation of National Engineering Associations, FEANI INDEX.


The Faculty of Mechatronics was established in 1962 as a result of the transformation of the Precision Mechanics Division of the faculty of Mechanics and Technology into the autonomous Faculty of Precision Mechanics. In 1996 the Faculty was renamed the Faculty of Mechatronics, encapsulates its interdisciplinary character. The educational programs of the Faculty are run at the Macro-field of Study of Mechatronics integrating two academic directions: Mechanics and Machine Design, and Automatics and Robotics. Full time courses are provided under a framework of the Tri-level Flexible Study System leading to an Engineer degree, Master’s degree and Doctoral degree.


Studies were completed entirely at Warsaw University of Technology.

Official length of program: 5 years (10 semesters, 1 semester = 15 weeks = 30 ECTS credits; 1 ECTS credit = 25-30 hours of student’s work.

Access requirements: secondary school leaving certificate (maturity certificate), entrance examination in mathematics and physics.

Mode of study: Full-time studies.

Within the program of the studies Mikolaj Krukowski completed all compulsory courses, equivalent to 265 ECTS credits, and elective courses, equivalent to 35 ECTS credits.

Mikolaj Krukowski prepared his diploma thesis under the academic supervision of Prof. Natalia Golnik, (https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natalia_Golnik) advisor appointed by the Faculty Council. Mikolaj Krukowski completed his final diploma oral examination taken before the board of examiners. The board gave a satisfactory grade for the diploma examination and good grade for the diploma thesis entitled: “Design and construction of a cylindrical, slotted recombination chamber for measuring of neutron doses in electron beams of medical linear accelerators”.

Examination was conducted on a basis of the examinee’s replies to questions concerning the diploma thesis problem and overall studies.


Mikolaj Krukowski completed a specialist practical placement at Institute of Atomic Energy between 2003-07-07 and 2003-08-01.


Mikolaj Krukowski have acquired elementary, general and technical knowledge in mechanics, electronics, automatics and computer science. He displayed a teamwork spirit and a high level of communication and creative skills. His broad and interdisciplinary education provides the potential to design, organize and manage large or economical projects.

Mikolaj Krukowski has additional specialist Knowledge in a variety of areas in the field of medical technology. He is an expert in construction of diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, including those that support organ functions. He is also prepared to work as supervisor of the operation of technical equipment in hospitals.