Lodz University of Technology


General description of the institution

Politechnika Łódzka is with about 19,000 students and 2,800 staff one of the top technical universities in Poland, with strong research activities in biotechnology, material science, electronic and computer science and process engineering. Lodz University of Technology was recognized as PROStudent University 2011 by the Student Parliament of the Republic of Poland. In 2009 and 2013 TUL was awarded the prestigious ECTS Label Certificate by the European Commission and 2013 – 2016 awarded the Diploma Supplement Label. More than 2000 students have graduated from programs offered in foreign languages. TUL is the only university in Poland with such a wide range of programs in foreign languages offered at its International Faculty of Engineering.

Description of the institute

The Institute of Applied Computer Science has over 15 years of experience in the field of development, testing and implementation of non-invasive tomographic imaging systems for industrial applications. This includes research areas such as inverse problems, 3D image reconstruction, parallel computing, data processing and analysis, fuzzy logic inference and other computational techniques.



–   WP 6 (Training) leader
–   Inline Fluid Separation + Electrical tomography (ESR 10)
–   Batch crystallization + Electrical tomography (ESR 11)
–   Summer school + workshop #1, Sept. 2018

Key Persons





Dr. hab. Laurent Babout, Prof. of TUL: WP 6 leader; Supervision of ESR 10; Training of ESR 1, ESR 4, ESR 10 in process tomography and image processing

Dr. hab Lidia Jackowska-Strumiłło, Prof. of TUL:  Supervision of ESR 11; Training of ESR 10, ESR 11, ESR 14 in artificial neural networks and measurement techniques

Dr. hab. Robert Banasiak: Co-supervision of ESR 14; Training of ESR 1 and ESR 10 in liquid-gas flow, 3D sensor design, image reconstruction and low-level programming

Dr. Radek Wajman: Training of ESR 11 and ESR 14 in sensor design and HCI

Muhammad Awais Sattar: ESR 10, Project: Qualification of Electrical Resistance Tomography (ERT) for real-time control of inline fluid separation

Guruprasad Rao: ESR 11, Project: ERT tomography for measuring the crystallization progress in a batch reactor

Additional Support


Dr. hab. Jacek Kucharski, Prof. of TUL: Training of ESR 10, ESR 11 in artificial intelligence and fuzzy logic

Dr. Tomasz Jaworski: Training of ESR 10, ESR 11 on embedded systems

Dr. Jacek Nowakowski: Training of ESR 10, ESR 11 on sensor design and 3D printing

Dr. hab. Piotr Olejnik: Training of ESR 10, ESR 11 on process engineering