Two-week internships are for Bachelor and Master students willing to learn on how we conduct laboratory and project classes for our students, how the students work in their student research clubs and how they design their successful robots / vehicles / machines. By taking this two-week internship you will have a unique opportunity to join our laboratory and project classes, perform regular experiments using modern measuring / test equipment, discuss with our students / research staff technical problems that really excite you.
Eight-week and sixteen-week internships are for Master and PhD students wanting to conduct research under the guidance of an experienced professor. You will have an opportunity to fulfill your individual research programme by performing analyses, calculations, measurements using our computer hardware / software and measuring / test equipment located at our modern laboratories. It is expected that your findings will be concluded with a written report (eight-week internship) or a written manuscript ready to be sent to one of distinguished international journals indexed in Journal Citation Reports (JCR) database (sixteen-week internship). You will be also adviced on how to plan your research career towards a successful PhD.
Programme precises dates and other details of an internship. The schedule will be agreed individually with the internship supervisor.
You will be an integral part of Bialystok University of Technology – the modern technical university in one of European Union countries.
As an intern in one of our short-, mid- or long-term internships you will have all the rights of a student of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Bialystok University of Technology. You will have admission (under the guidance of the internship supervisor) to all our laboratories, measuring / test equipment, computer hardware / software, University Library, etc.
After finishing the internship you will receive a written certificate of completing the internship signed by the Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and by the Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
After mid-term or long-term internship you will have analytical / experimental data and a written report / manuscript to prepare a joint article in one of distinguished international journals indexed in Journal Citation Reports (JCR) database.
Enrolled Bachelor, Master and PhD students with excellent academic performance records in mechanics and mechanical engineering, automatic control and robotics, mechatronics,biomedical engineering or materials and manufacturing engineering
Vivid interest in science and research. Bachelor students must have completed at least 4 semesters of their studies before starting the internship. High proficiency in English (working language). Official enrollment as student at home University.
Successful candidate will have to pay the tuition fee. Its amount will depend on the type of an internship and on the individual programme agreed with the supervisor. The tuition covers the costs of implementing the internship (guidance of the supervisor, admission to all facilities, etc.) but does not cover travel, housing, insurance and living costs.
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Let us understand your background, your scientific interest, and what you wish to accomplish. Make sure to list your preferred internship projects in order of preference, and to upload all required documents.
Applications will be reviewed by the supervisor offering the internship placement after the formal eligibility has been confirmed by the Programme Coordinator. They may conduct phone interview or contact the referee before making a decision. Formal offers to participate in the Student Research Internship programme are made by the Programme Manager.
Ms. Agnieszka Sakowicz
IFSP Programme Coordinator
+48 797 990 772
a.sakowicz [at] pb.edu.pl
The following student internships are offered for 2018 / 2019 in the Internships for Foreign Students Programme at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Bialystok University of Technology, Poland
|Id||Supervisor||Project title||Internship programme||Required course of study||Duration (weeks)||Cost|
|1.||Arkadiusz Mystkowski, PhD, DSc||Energy harvesting system design and simulation for the rotor active magnetic bearing application||long-term||automatic control and robotics / mechatronics||16||1125 Euro|
|2.||Andrzej Borawski, PhD, Eng.||Simulation testing of a subassembly of motor vehicles||mid-term||mechanics and construction of machinery||12||750 Euro|
|3.||Roman Trochimczuk, PhD||Industrial robots: design and control problems||short-term||automatic control and robotics / mechatronics||2||390 Euro|
|4.||Kanstantsin Miatluk, PhD||Simulation of technical systems and information technologies||short-term||automatic control and robotics||2||390 Euro|