WARSAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
WUT is leader of WP3 (development of micro-optical sensor for laser interferometry)- specifically development of the architecture, providing models and proof-of-concept and software for signal/image analysis. Furthermore WUT contributes within optical design, wave optical design, laser interferometry and image processing.
Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), founded in 1826, is one of the largest institutions of higher education in the Central Europe. WUT is very active and successful in research performed within the EC Framework Programmes with over 90 projects realised within 6th Framework Programme.
The Institute of Micromechanics and Photonics (IMP), has 33 employees and is part of Faculty of Mechatronics at WUT. The main research activities includes: full-field optical metrology (interferometric, holographic, grid and speckle methods and tomography), optical sensing, photonics/optics devices and microsystems design and technologies, image processing and development of optical techniques for multimedia technologies. IMiF owns modern laboratories incl. interferometric and holographic laboratory, optical methods of testing in experimental mechanics lab., spectroscopic laboratory, optical sensors and micro interferometry lab., 3D/4D measurement lab. and virtual reality studio, clean room and optical workshop. The research has also an international dimension through bilateral projects and cooperation in Europe and overseas (e.g. with Hewlett Packard, Volkswagen, Bosch, British Gas, NPL etc). IMP participates in 5 projects within EU 6FP and co-coordinate NoE in Micro-Optics NEMO.
Institute of Micromechanics and Photonics
Warsaw University of Technology
8 Sw. A. Boboli Str
02-525 Warsaw, Poland
phone: +48 22 234 8489