The graduates of the Military University of Technology have become laureates of the competition of the Minister of National Defense for the best engineering, master’s thesis and doctoral dissertation in the field of technology, techniques and space and satellite engineering and autonomous systems.
In accordance with the competition requirements, the awarded diplomas have the potential to be used in the field of state defense or security.
In the category for the best engineering and master’s thesis in the field of technology, techniques and engineering of autonomous systems, the first ex aequo prize was awarded to:
- Kinga Reda, a graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geodesy of the Military University of Technology, author of the thesis entitled “Digital Masking of Satellite Imagery” written under the direction of Col. prof. dr. hab. Eng. Michał Kędzierski;
- Rafał Szczepanik, a graduate of the Faculty of Electronics of the Military University of Technology, author of the master’s thesis entitled “Integration of the GPS receiver and digital map with the Doppler system for the location of radio emitters”, written under the direction of Lt. dr. hab. Eng. Jan Waner.
In the category for the best engineering and master’s thesis in the field of technology, techniques and space and satellite engineering, the third prize was awarded to:
- Eng. Martyna Wardzińska for the engineering thesis: “Project of a compact reflecting telescope”, the promoter of which is Lt. Col. Dr. Eng. Jacek Wojtanowski. The laureate graduated from the first degree studies in space and satellite engineering at the Institute of Optoelectronics of the Military University of Technology, where she is continuing her master’s studies.
The Competition Jury took into account the potential of applying the work in the field of national defense or security, its innovation and substantive value, as well as the originality of the approach to the problem and own contribution. The Jury also assessed whether the thesis contributed to the development of science in the studied field.
Tłum. Anna Pęzioł