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Scientific Groups at the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics

2016, January 22 - 12:37pm

ROBOMANIACS Scientific Group

President: Daniel Banecki

Supervisor of the Scientific Group:

website: http://robomaniacs.inf.ug.edu.pl/

Activity: 

The Scientific Circle ROBOMANIACS brings together all the students who wish to develop their programming skills. Here it is possible to test the skills acquired during classes in an easy and practical way, through programming with the use of ready-made libraries in a chosen language, e.g. C. We invite you to our meetings, which take place on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in room 302.

Our latest activities:

  • Mat2tab – a national competition
  • Workshop on the basics of programming platform MINDSTORMS robots
  • Workshops connected with the national event “Girls for Science”
  • Preparations for participation in the competition PozRobot 2012
  • 3CityBot

 

Scientific Gropu “KOLOR”

The Institute of Mathematics

President: Katarzyna Wiedehoeft

Supervisor of the Scientific Group:

website: http://kolor.org.pl/

Activity: 

The Scientific Circle “Kolor” is a student organisation acting at the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics of the University of Gdańsk. We bring together the people who devote their free time to promotion and development of sciences (mostly mathematics and informatics) among school pupils and university students.

Moreover, the activities of the Scientific Circle “Kolor” include the organisation (in cooperation with the Microsoft company) of NET group meetings.

 

Scientific Group of Mathematicians at the University of Gdańsk

President: Marta Burczyk

Supervisor of the Scientific Circle:

website: http://sigma.ug.edu.pl/~knm/

e-mail address of the Scientific Group: knmug@wp.pl

Activity:

Objectives and tasks of the Scientific Circle of Mathematicians:

  1. Extending the members' knowledge within the area of mathematics and related fields.
  2. Enabling development of interests connected with specialisation of studies.
  3. Familiarising students with the opportunities offered by the University.
  4. Assistance in gaining access to the latest scientific achievements.
  5. Conducting individual or group scientific work. Realisation of projects compatible with the aims of the Circle.
  6. Cooperation with student organisation and scientific centres in the country and abroad.
  7. Undertaking commissioned work.
  8. Integration of student environment.
  9. Cooperation with school pupils.

 

Scientific Group – Technologies of Sciences and Natural Sciences

President:

Supervisor of the Scientific Group:

Scientific Circle – Society of Observers of Physics and Space (TOFIK)

President: Kamil Kostrzewa

Supervisor of the Scientific Group: