7th International Congress On Technical Diagnostics
14th - 16th September 2022
Radom - POLAND
7th International Congress on Technical Diagnostics
7th ICTD is scheduled from 14-16 September 2022 in Radom – POLAND. This congress will be held, as before, at Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities under the patronage of the Polish Society of Technical Diagnostics. It is an honour and privilege to invite you to participate in this event.
ICTD is an international refereed congress organized cyclically in Poland, every four years dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practices in technical diagnostics. The idea of the congress is to provide an international platform to all the world industrial partners and researchers to share ideas and latest concepts on the diagnostics of machines, vehicles, constructions, materials and industrial processes and maintenance of all kinds of technical facilities. The congress will be an opportunity to highlight the digital transformation in the Industry 4.0 age.
7th ICTD 2022 concerns the theory and practices of technical diagnostics in:
- mechanical engineering,
- production engineering,
- automotive engineering,
- civil engineering and transport,
- computer engineering,
- materials engineering
- mining and energy,
- electronics and robotics,
- maritime and military industry,
- food industry,
Professor Tomasz Krysiński
Research and Innovation Director
Professor Tomasz Krysinski re-joined Airbus Helicopters as Vice-President Research and Innovation in May 2014. In his role, he contributes to the definition and the cascading fo the company strategy & objectives, communicate and translate these into a clear set of implementation activities; ensure their successful delivery across the company.
From 2011 to May 2014 Mr. Krysinski was in charge of the innovation laboratory at PSA Peugeot Citroën.
Tomasz Krysinski joined Aérospatiale (which later became Eurocopter and then Airbus Helicopters) as an aerodynamics engineer in 1986, and was involved in the development of most of their helicopter product range, including the hybrid high-speed demonstrator X3, as Chief Engineer, and the combat helicopter Tiger. Mr Krysinski who was born in Lodz in Poland holds a Master of Engineering from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Arts et Métiers (ENSAM) Paris and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Pétroles et des Moteurs (IFP) as well as a Master of Science in Energy Processes from Université Paris VI.
Professor Wiesław Jerzy Staszewski
Dr Wieslaw J. Staszewski is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the Department of Robotics and Mechatronics at the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland. He received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Technical University of Poznań, Poland, in 1985 and 1986, respectively, and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the Victoria University of Manchester, UK, in 1994. He worked for three years in the Technical University of Poznan, Poland. He then spent six years, including eighteen months British Council Fellowship at the Victoria University of Manchester, UK. In 1995 he joined the Deaprtment of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sheffield, UK, where he was promoted to a Personal Chair in 2005. He joined the AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow in September 2011.
Prof. Staszewski has experience of research collaborative projects both in the UK and Europe, working with industrial partners and academia. His research interest includes topics related to structural dynamics, structural health monitoring, condition monitoring and smart structures/materials. He is the author of over 500 research publications, predominantly in the damage detection and advanced signal processing areas. This includes 22 book contributions and over 180 refereed journal papers. Prof. Staszewski is the Associate Editor of five international journals, including Smart Materials and Structures, Structural Health Monitoring and Structural
Control and Health Monitoring. He has been involved in organisation of a number of international conferences and invited to present seminars, lectures, conference keynote addresses in the UK, Europe, USA and Asia.
President of the Management Board
Artur Pollak, President of the Management Board of APA Group, Member of the Programme Council of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Silesian University of Technology and Member of the Management Board of the Polish-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, as well as Member of the Management Board of the Polish Green Construction Association. Member of the Council of the Katowice Lodge of the Business Center Club. Co-founder of the Silesian IoT Cluster SINOTAIC (www.sinotaic.com). Expert in computer control systems. He has led several projects, creating factories termed Industry 4.0 in Europe and China. Creator of the ultramodern technology showroom in Gliwice APA Black House (www.apasmart.pl). Among the clients are such giants of the world industry as: VW, Eisenmann, FIAT, OPEL, 3M, MAN, Amazon, DB Schenker, Tesla, or prestigious technical universities.
Professor Wojciech Batko
Professor Wojciech Batko – a specialist in the field of acoustic engineering, dynamics in technical systems, vibroacoustics, metrology, and related issues of technical diagnostics. Author of over 400 publications in Poland and abroad, which include authorship or co-authorship: 12 monographs, 26 chapters in books, 136 articles in international and national journals, 12 patents and over 220 conference papers. Among the numerous published papers, attention should be paid to proprietary solutions dedicated to the problem of building predictive algorithms in technical diagnostics derived from adaptive techniques of modelling the trend of changes in monitored diagnostic signals, as well as the theory of optimal filtration and prediction of monitored signals described by stochastic differential equations. They were presented in the monographs: „Synthesis methods of predictive diagnoses in technical diagnostics”, „Estimation of disturbances in monitoring systems”, and „Nonlinear effects in technical diagnostics”. Furthermore, he developed the problem of identifying the models of environmental acoustic hazards in non-Euclidean metric space, which he conditioned with the appropriately recognized phenomena: algebra, comparison metrics and solutions for estimating their uncertainty based on non-classical statistical methods.
Author and executor of numerous research projects. As a result of their implementation, several innovative technical solutions were created, which have found many implementations, e.g. construction of: a noise monitoring network in the city of Kielce, a mobile, integrated continuous noise monitoring station, innovative measurement solutions for acoustic research laboratories ensuring the automation of acoustic measurements, or a system for remote diagnostics of the excavator’s condition at the Brown Coal Mine in Konin. Educator of many talents in technical diagnostics and acoustic engineering, of which 16 obtained the PhD degree and 6 PhD habilitation. A long-time member of the Committee for Machine Building of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Committee of Acoustics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, the Academy of Engineering in Poland, and the Council of the Łukasiewicz Research Network of the Institute of Mechanization of Construction and Rock Materials. Winner of numerous awards, decals of the Minister of Science and Higher Education, and Medals of the National Education Commission, Prof. H. Czeczota AGH for achievements in the mining field, Prof. W. Takliński AGH for teaching achievements, prof. I. Malecki awarded by the Polish Society of Acoustics, prof. S.Ziemba awarded by SE KBM PAN, as well as the Jubilee Medals of the Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery of the Polish Academy of Sciences, AGH and the Faculty of Transport of the Silesian University of Technology.
Member of the Editorial Boards of the quarterly: Archives of Acoustics, Acta Mechanica et Automatica, Mechanics and the Editorial Board of the AGH University of Science and Technology Problems in Mechanical Engineering and Robotics.
He was honoured with the national designations: the Silver Cross of Service (1985) and the Crosses of the Order of Polonia Restituta: Knight (2002) and Officer (2013).
Professor Zbigniew Dąbrowski
Professor Zbigniew Dąbrowski, Ph. D., D. Sc, full professor of WUT, born in 1947, Head of Machines Design and Eksploatation in the Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, author of more than 300 papers, including 16 books. Co-organiser and a long-term Manager of the first modern Vibroacoustics Laboratory at WUT. Field of research: machine dynamics, vibroacoustics and technical diagnostics. Vibroacoustics Section of teh Acoustics Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Ordinary member of AIP (Academy of Engineering in Poland).
Professor Jan Kiciński
Professor Jan Kiciński, D.Sc., Eng. Corresponding Member of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of Fluid- Flow Machinery, Head of the Distributed Energy Department, Doctor Honoris Causa of University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn.
Most significant achievements: 1 – Developing ideas and implementation of new technologies for small-scale and distributed power generation, including especially CHP – ORC technologies intended for the municipal Autonomous Energy Regions. Awards obtained in this area: Prime Minister’s Award of First Degree for the scientific and technical developments, „Forbes Diamonds”, „Business Gazelle” and „Quality of the Year 2013” (in the Science category). 2 – Developing ideas and implementation of technologies for model agro-energy complexes, new solutions for the micro- turbine being the component of the Domestic CHP Power Plant. Awards and achievements in this area: National Energy Globe Award, (the most prestigious, internationally recognized environmental award obtained in the contest conducted under patronage of UNESCO in cooperation of UNEP), successful candidate in the APOLLO Statuette competition, awarded for his outstanding contributions to RES and Eco-Energy development, successful candidate in the Green Phoenix Statuette competition, awarded for his scientific achievements in the field of eco-energetics, SIEMENS Research Award, authorship of internationally recognized monograph: J. Kiciński, Rotordynamics and J. Kiciński, P. Chaja, Climate Change, Human Impact and Green Energy Transformation, Springer.
Professor Stanisław Radkowski
Professor Stanislaw Radkowski, known and appreciated on an international scale, deals with the issues of machine operation. He has strengthened his scientific position through numerous publications, projects, patents, and monographic studies, which were the basis for obtaining further scientific degrees and the title of professor.
He included many original and new cognitive methods in the technical diagnostics of machines and vibroacoustics. His search and the obtained original research results were focused on: considering various classes of dynamic working machinery that are important in terms of cognition and application, allowing for the specification of the impact of their constructional features, as well as the degradation changes taking place during the exploitation process on their dynamic properties. They provided the basis for formulating solutions to the problem of identifying the sources of machine noise. He has interesting results in developing procedures for diagnosing the early stages of damage development. They made it possible to shape their desired dynamic characteristics, influencing the reliability of the operated systems and the vibroacoustic safety of their environment. It is to consider the publication as an example of the transfer of the scientific and research results presented for the construction of innovative scientific and technological solutions in industrial practice.
Professor was related to the period of his co-creation of the Vibroacoustic Laboratory of the Faculty of Automotive and Construction Machinery Engineering (SiMR) at the Warsaw University of Technology and the organization of the Integrated Environmental Laboratory of Mechatronic Systems for Vehicles and Construction Machinery. His and his team’s scientific and research successes contributed to the introduction of several changes in teaching programs, including new fields of study: Mechatronics, Engineering of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles. His scientific and didactic achievements were closely related to the creation of research and teaching teams, including the promotion of 12 PhDs in technical sciences, four of whom, after obtaining the degree of habilitated doctor, took up the positions of university professors. He chaired the organizational work of the Congress of Technical Diagnostics, two World Congresses of Polish Engineers for two consecutive terms, chaired the Main Board of the Polish Society of Technical Diagnostics, and was Dean of two terms of the Faculty of Automobiles and Working Machines of the Warsaw University of Technology, currently, he is the chairman of the Scientific Council of the National Museum of Technology.
Professor Tadeusz Uhl
He graduated from the AGH University of Science and Technology, obtained his doctorate in 1983, and the title of professor in 1997. He worked in research centers and Universities abroad in the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Japan and the USA. From 2020, he is the Director of the AGH UST Space Technology Center. His research interests include mechatronics, Structural Health Monitoring, hydrogen vehicles, robotics and space technologies. He is the author of over 1,000 publications, out of over 400 in JCR journals. He has a citation index of h = 30 (according to SCOPUS). He is the promoter of 49 defended doctoral theses and over 150 master’s theses. Coordinator of many European projects in topics related to structural diagnostics, transport and energy with partners such as Alstom, Siemens, Airbus, Dassault, EDF, FIAT, RENAULT, LMS, Bombardier, ABB. He carries out extensive cooperation with universities and research centers around the world. It has 51 national and foreign patents. Member of HLG in the field of Key Enabling Technology at the European Commission in 2014 – 2017. In 2020 Stanford University placed him on the prestigious list of „World’s Top 2% Scientists”. He effectively implements the latest technologies in the economy, he is the founder of 28 start-ups, several of which have grown to the size of a large company.