Last Friday, we had the pleasure of hosting prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Seweryn, Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology (WIMiO), and prof. dr hab. inż. Mariusz Dej, Vice-Dean for Cooperation, at Base Group.
The purpose of the meeting was to officially review the engineering theses of this year’s Gdansk University of Technology graduates, as well as to discuss further cooperation activities between WIMiO and Base Group.
Michał Bilicki began his adventure at Base Group as a Trainee Technologist and is now working as a Junior Technologist. His engineering project is entitled “Analiza wariantowości procesu technologicznego w aspekcie czasu i kosztów wytwarzania komponentów mechanicznych” (Analysis of technological process variability in terms of time and cost of manufacturing mechanical components) and is a solution to an engineering problem in BG. The thesis was supervised by prof. Mariusz Deja.
Maciej Biedrzycki gained his early experience as a trainee in the Manufacturing Process Automation team, where he currently holds the role of Junior Constructor. As a member of the PGRacing Team research club, he focused his engineering work on a project entitled “Projekt piast w bolidzie Formuły Student wykonanych za pomocą metody addytywnej z proszków tytanu” (Design of hubs in a Formula Student car made using an additive method from titanium powders). The graduate’s thesis was supervised by dr inż. Ryszard Woźniak.
The visit culminated in a conversation between Jakub Kaszuba and the WIMiO authorities outlining the further strategy of cooperation. Both sides agree on the existing links between science and business – companies draw on the knowledge shared at universities while contributing to its creation through research and development.