Space Technology Centre AGH UST
Space Technology Centre (CTK) is a unit of AGH University of Science and Technology (AGH) established to teach and conduct research in the broadly defined space field. The aim of the Space Technology Centre is to coordinate the research conducted at AGH University of Science and Technology and to conduct its own research in the area of space technologies. The main mission of the Centre is to launch satellites and conduct Earth observation missions. Plans include launching a Polish scientific satellite into LEO orbit.
AGH University of Science and Technology
The AGH University of Science and Technology is a modern nationwide public university, developing partnerships with universities in Europe and around the world. The AGH University of Science and Technology is a technical university where sciences have a very strong representation and provide the basis for the development of a maximum spectrum of applied sciences and a gradually increasing role of the humanities. In accordance with the global trends of development we create new fields of study, but we retain the classical ones, necessary for the proper development of science, technology and the economy of our country.
Polish Space Agency (POLSA)
The Polish Space Agency POLSA was established by an act of 26 September 2014. Its task is to support the Polish space industry and scientific community by bringing together the world of business and science. Polish Space Agency cooperates with international agencies and state administration, in the field of exploration and use of space.
Faculty od Mechanical Engineering and Robotics
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics is one of the oldest and largest at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow. They can boast of achievements which give them the position of one of the best mechatronic faculties in Poland and in the world. So far they have educated thousands of graduates who hold high positions in industry, higher education and state administration in many countries on all continents.
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Resource Management
The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Resource Management (until 2021 the Faculty of Mining and Geoengineering, and previously until 2002 the Faculty of Mining) is the oldest and was the only faculty of the Mining Academy founded in 1919 and opened by Marshal Józef Piłsudski. Until the 1950s, the history of the department is the history of the university.
Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas
The Faculty of Drilling, Oil and Gas is unique in Poland because of the courses it offers. The Faculty currently offers Geoengineering and Oil and Gas Engineering within the discipline of Environmental Engineering, Mining and Power Engineering. In addition, the Faculty offers a wide range of postgraduate studies, with topics tailored to the current needs of industry and economy, which have been very popular for many years.
Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environment Protection
Currently it is the most humanistic among the technical faculties of the prestigious AGH University of Science and Technology. As the only one in Poland, the Faculty educates on the one hand engineers in the field of geology and applied geophysics, and on the other hand, it offers subjects typical for a classical university. Since the academic year 1992/93 it functions as the Faculty of Geology, Geophysics and Environmental Protection.
Analog Astronaut Training Center
Analog Astronaut Training Center is a private company that accelerates scientific research on spaceflight. AATC was created by former European Space Agency specialists: an engineer and a scientist. In 2018, the company established a laboratory to simulate the space environment for scientific experiments focused on space biology and medicine. The facility is located in Rzepiennik in southern Poland.