The Mathematics and Information Science Building of the Warsaw University of Technology
The Main Building of the Warsaw University of Technology

EUR-ACE Label
The Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science has received the European quality certificate EUR-ACE.

Shanghai Ranking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2018 - Mathematics

The Faculty of Mathematics and Information Science program in Mathematics (in Polish) has received the fourth highest position in Poland. (Shanghai Rank 2018)


QS World Ranking by Subject

  Warsaw University of Technology (WUT) Mathematics and Computer Science programs among the highest ranked in Poland, Czech Republic, and Hungary according to the QS World University Rank by Subject: The Mathematics program is the highest ranked in the opinion of employers in this region. Computer Science at WUT is amongst the three highest ranked in the opinion of employers in this region.

Grade A for 2013-2016

  In the government's evaluation, both the Mathematics and the Computer Science program maintain the prestigious grade A for the period January 2013 - December 2016.

The 2017 Golden Chalk awards for excellence in teaching

This year the Golden Chalk award was presented to the following members of the Department.

  • dr hab. Anna Dembińska, prof. of WUT
  • dr Adam Kubica
  • dr Jan Nawrocki
  • dr Grażyna Rzeżuchowska
Congratulations!

The DwuMIan Conference

  The student applied mathematics conference DwuMIan took place between March 23 and 25, 2018, and was organized by the Department of Mathematics and Information Science of WUT and the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw. The conference was attended by about 250 participants from various academic institutions in Poland. The program included presentations by the BCG Gamma and Quickersim companies.

Data Science Masters

  The final gala of the Data Science Masters nationwide contest for the best Master's thesis in the area of Machine Learning and Computer Science took place on March 14 in the Mathematics and Information Science building.