Chair of Production Engineering
The Institute’s research and development activity covers selected areas of mechanical engineering, i.e. automation and robotization of manufacturing processes and systems, production engineering, product manufacturing techniques (machining, unconventional machining, ultra-precise machining, micro machining). Since 2010, several dozen research and development projects have been carried out at the Institute, financed by national and international research agencies. The Institute’s research profile is utilitarian oriented, which is confirmed by numerous bilateral projects implemented in cooperation with production companies (including Poltra, Wielton, Bryk, Sikorski Cycles, Tiz-Implements, PKN Orlen, Erko and Lotos Group).
are focused around two fields of study carried out at the Institute, namely automation and robotics as well as production engineering. Students of these areas of study take part in practical classes, which are carried out in didactic laboratories and laboratories specializing in robotics and machining; additive techniques; reconstructive engineering; CAx techniques; electronic media; digital modeling of products, processes and manufacturing systems; micro machining.
Associate & full professors
courses of study
We also run training courses on computer-aided modeling of products using the 3D CAD system; technological aspects of product design in the 3D CAD system; machine drawing in CATIA and SolidWorks systems; operating and programming CNC machine tools; 3D printing.
The Institute’s didactic offer also includes post-graduate studies: Polish-American Business School, Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program and Information Technologies in production processes.
HTEC from HAAS enables you to get a job sought after on the market and opens the door to a career.
Uprzejmie zapraszamy na XIX Webinarium Techniczne Akademii Inżynierskiej w Polsce, które odbędzie się we wtorek:
al. Jana Pawła II 37, 31-864 Kraków
Secretariat: room A403
tel. +48 12 6283260, +48 12 6283250; fax +48 12 6283202