Lodz University of Technology (TUL)
Lodz University of Technology is one of the biggest public technical universities in Poland. It has more than 10000 students, 334 professors and 1220 academic teachers. It offers 64 fields of study within 12 scientific disciplines at 8 faculties. It also has special units: International Faculty of Engineering (IFE), where English and French are the languages of instruction and Interdisciplinary Doctoral School (IDS). The European Commission (EC) awarded the HR Excellence in Research badge to Lodz University of Technology for ensuring attractive work and development conditions for researchers, which confirms that the University abides by the principles set down in the European Charter for Researchers and Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers. TUL is the first university of technology and the third academic school in Poland to be recognized by the EC. “Advanced technologies of sustainable development” is the principal theme of research conducted at TUL. It encompasses 6 major research areas: Advanced materials technologies, Energy, environment and infrastructure, Information technologies, Production, human resources and finance management systems, Industrial biotechnology, Biomedical engineering. TUL is a member of leading international bodies and associations such as : ECIU, EIT Health.