University of Warsaw
Faculty of Physics
Warsaw
Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Warsaw
Silesian University of Technology
Gliwice
Wroclaw University of Technology
Wroclaw
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University
Lublin
Nicolaus Copernicus University
Torun
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry PAN
Poznan
  • University of Warsaw
  • Institute of Physical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Silesian University of Technology
  • Wrocław University of Science and Technology
  • Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry PAN Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center
  • Maria Curie-Sklodowska University
  • Nicolaus Copernicus University

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University of Warsaw, the Project leader, is one of the biggest and best higher education institutions in Poland. It is one of Poland’s biggest employers with more than 7 thousand employees, including almost 4 thousand academic teachers, it has nearly 50 thousand students and more than 3 thousand postgraduate students. The University of Warsaw is engaged in more than 1500 research projects funded from national and international grant programmes, including the most prestigious ERC grants.

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The NLPQT project will be carried out by the following research groups belonging to three departments of the Faculty of Physics: Department of Optics (ZO), Department of Information Optics (ZOI) and Department of Solid State Physics (ZFCSt):

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The IPC in Warsaw is one of the leading Polish research institutions dealing with widely understood chemistry. In the ranking of scientific institutions run by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, IPC is listed at the top (category: large scientific units).

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Silesian University of Technology is the oldest technological university in Upper Silesia and one of the biggest in the country. It was established in 1945 to provide scientific and educational support for the most industrialised district of Poland and, at the same time, one of the most industrialised areas in Europe – Upper Silesia. The mission of Silesian University of Technology is to conduct innovative research and development works, educate highly qualified staff for the society and economy based on knowledge, as well as exerting active influence on development of the region and of local communities. Silesian University of Technology was the only higher education institution in Silesia to be included in the prestigious group of 10 Polish universities – laureates of the contest “Excellence Initiative – Research University” of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

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Wrocław University of Science and Technology (WUST) was established in 1945, mainly thanks to commitment of academic employees of Lvov University of Technology and John Casimir University in Lvov, which no longer exist. Today, the University continues the tradition of these renowned Polish educational institutions, developing in strict cooperation with the leading enterprises of Lower Silesia. It is one of the biggest and best technological universities in the country, occupying top places in national rankings on a regular basis.

The mission of the University is to maintain and develop competences related to the culture of experimentation. These very competences have created our modern civilisation; they are a prerequisite for its existence and the main driving forces behind its development. Nowadays, as experiments are being replaced with procedures and appearances seem to count more than facts, this mission is of fundamental significance.

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The Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Centre (PSNC), affiliated at the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences, is an ICT research and development institution, recognised in Europe, and a significant hub in the European scientific IT infrastructure. The staff of the PSNC, consisting of more than 300 employees, has many years of experience in such fields as design, optimisation and implementation of digital laboratories, research infrastructures and network services of the newest generation, user training, infrastructure and security management, development of systems and platforms for large-scale data processing. The PSNC is a High-Performance Computing Center (HPCC) and an operator of the national scientific network PIONIER, which connects 21 Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs) and 5 HPC centres. Moreover, the PSNC is a national hub of the European scientific network infrastructures: GÉANT, PRACE and EUDAT.

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