Faculty offer

Teaching offer

The Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology (WIChiP PW) is the leading faculty in Poland that teaches chemical and process engineering on the academic level. The Faculty has a firmly established, excellent position and reputation in Europe and the world. Highly qualified scientific and didactic staff, modern laboratory equipment and a curriculum that considers the latest world trends guarantee the acquisition of excellent and sought-after qualifications on the labour market.

The Faculty conducts full-time studies of the first and second degree in the field of Chemical and Process Engineering. Our staff also supervises PhD students from WUT Doctoral School, which chose chemical engineering as their research discipline.

Details can be found in the Studies section.

Offer for schools

The Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering organises lessons and demonstrations for middle and high school students. The purpose of these classes is to familiarise students with chemical engineering, a critical field of technical sciences concerning the processes of the chemical, pharmaceutical, food and biomedical industries. School applications should be sent to the following email address: dziekanat.ichip@pw.edu.pl. The scope of the presentation will be determined based on the age of the students.

Faculty also participates in multiple events aiming to popularise science and technology, such as Muzeum Night (pol. Noc Muzeów), Science Festival (pol. Festiwal Nauki) and like.

We cordially invite Schools to cooperate with the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology.

For companies and business

We offer the opportunity to conduct research and measurement work in cooperation with commercial entities in the field of:

  • dimensional analysis of aerosol particles and liquid suspensions in the nano- and micrometric range
  • study of particle morphology of powders based on high-speed electron microscopy (magnifications up to 10,000x)
  • determination of interfacial and surface tension (under equilibrium and dynamic conditions)
  • determination of rheological properties of fluids
  • the Faculty also performs technical expertise in chemical and process engineering and related fields.

Please send inquiries to e-mail: oferta.ichip@pw.edu.pl