The event plan has just been updated. You can find it here:
We are honored to announce that the 10th Workshop on Railway Technology will be co-financed by the Deutsch-Polnisches Jugendwerk.
The next Workshop in Poznan is approaching fast. This year is the 10th anniversary of the event!
The Workshop on Rail Technology is an international event held to let the students and young scientists interested in railway technology to network, exchange experience and learn more about the rolling stock and the railway industry. The Workshop on Rail Technology has a relatively long tradition. Since 2009 it was organized annually either by Poznan University of Technology (PUT) or Technical University of Berlin (TUB). Due to the success of the workshop, in 2016 Delft University of Technology was also invited to extend the event even further!
This year the Workshop will be held in Poznan during the period of 17-23.11.2019, which means that the participants will get extra time to network and integrate during the 10th edition of the event.
More information to be announced soon!
Interested to sign up? Contact your local coordinator.
The next Workshop will be held at Delft University of Technology in Netherlands.
The Workshop on Rail Technology is an international event held to let the students and young scientists interested in railway technology to network, exchange experience and learn more about the rolling stock and the railway industry. The Workshop on Rail Technology has a relatively long tradition. Since 2009 it was organized annually either by Poznan University of Technology (PUT) or Technische Universität Berlin (TUB). Due to the success of the workshop, in 2016 the TU Delft was also invited to extended the event even further!
This year the workshop will be organized by the TU Delft during the period of 27 November until 1 December. The students from following 3 universities will participate in this workshop:
- Technische Universität Berlin (TUB)
- Technische Universiteit Delft (TUD)
- Poznan University of Technology (PUT)
The program of the Workshop consists of:
- Presentations of the participating Universities
- Lectures of leading railway specialists from the university and industry
- Technical visits to companies and research institutes
- Workshops during which the students discuss and solve real life problems
- Social events where the student have opportunities to learn about each other in an informal atmosphere
Interested to sign up? Contact your local coordinator here.
The Workshop is finished now. We would like to thank all the participants and people who helped with the preparation of the event. We hope you enjoyed it and met interesting people. See you all again next year in Delft hopefully 🙂
All photos can be found here:
We are proud to announce that open lectures are to be given during the Workshop on Rail Technology 2016.
If you are interested in rail technology and willing to broaden your technical knowledge – come to 102MC (Mechatronics Center Building, see the image from below) on Tuesday 29.11 at 16:30.
The set will consist of three lectures on the follwing topics:
- Review and construction of brake systems of rail vehicles – dr inż. Wojciech SAWCZUK
- Hazard identification model – dr inż. Adrian GILL
- UE vision of interoperability – mgr inż. Piotr SMOCZYŃSKI
See you at the Workshop on Rail Technology!
The Workshop on Rail Technologies starts in about one month, thus it is perfect time to introduce the official website of the event. Its job is to provide all substantial data according to the meeting of students from Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universiteit Delft and Poznan University of Technology.
We look forward to see you in Poznan! 🙂
Every year (either in Poznan or in Berlin) students have an opportunity to go to interesting places which are usually unavailable to reach – rolling stock depots, factories, research facilities etc. This time we would like to invite you to the following places:
- PESA Bydgoszcz (rolling stock factory),
- Solaris Bus&Coach (tram factory),
- Franowo Depot (modern tram depot),
- IPS Tabor (research facility).
We also prepared a set of lectures regarding rail vehicles construction and current research carried on at the Department of Rail Vehicles. Furthermore, students will take part in group workshops to deal with the real problems taken from the rail market to improve abilities of working in team and brainstorm innovative solutions.
A pint of beer after well done work? Let’s explore the secrets of beer production in LECH Brewery, on the last day of the event. 🙂
Accommodation, catering, tickets and fares during the Workshop will be provided for all the participants.
If you are a student or a young scientist working on rail projects, willing to exchange experience and learn more about rolling stock, do not hesitate! Contact with the Workshop coordinator at your University and join us in Poznan!