On 3-4 November 2011, at the Faculty of Economics and Transport Engineering, Maritime University of Szczecin, was held a seminar "Sea Point 2011".
INSTITUTE of TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT invites to a TEACHING SEMINAR by Professor Ignacy Chrzanowski. MUS entitled ‘The prospects of the EU from a North American perspective" on 07.12.2011 at. 9.45 in Hall 5, ul, Szczerbcowa..
Employees of WIET, Anna Galor, PhD, Zofia Jozwiak, Ph.D, Bogusz Wiśnicki, PhD, Krzysztof Wos, PhD and Anna Wolnowska, PhD have completed a project "BALTIC OVERSIZE, financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) within the South Baltic Cross-border Cooperation for 2007-2013. The project manager was Prof. Wieslaw Galor from the Department of Navigation. The outcome of the project have been more than a dozen publications and three monographs: A. Galor, Galor W., Wiśnicki B., Jozwiak Z. Wos K. (2010), Strategy transport loads (LPN) in Poland, Development of the project BALTIC OVERSIZE , Maritime University of Szczecin, 2010, 57 pages (monograph), Galor A, Galor W., Wiśnicki B., Jozwiak Z. Wos K. (2010), Oversize Transport Strategy for Poland, Maritime University of Szczecin, 2010 , 64 pages (Monograph), Galor W., Galor A, Jozwiak Z., Wiśnicki B., K. Wos, Galor P. (2011), Transport and Technology clamping loads for transport, Maritime University of Szczecin, 298 pages (monograph). For more go http://wielkigabaryt.am.szczecin.pl/wykonawcy.php
On 27-28 October in Poznan the eighteenth meeting of Abaqus users was held. During the first day two seminars were held; the first one: "Techniques to solve complex contact tasks using the new capabilities of Abaqus", conducted by Marcin Wierszycki, let the participants get familiarized with the wide possibilities of Abaqus for contact modeling.
On 6 October 2011 in Bydgoszcz, was held Scientific Conference on "Transport and regional development, ecology," attended by the employees of Organization and Management Department: prof. Czeslawa Christowa and Andrzej Montwill, PhD. The conference was organized by the Higher School of Economy in Bydgoszcz.
"Waterfront Szczecin Forum 2011", the largest in Poland and Central - Eastern Europe conference on development and building of cities and regions located on the banks of Water Bodies was held in Szczecin on 29 - 30 September 2011.
Between10 - 11 October 2011, in Warsaw Hilton Hotel was a cyclic International Conference EURO-TRANS 2011 "Competitive and sustainable transportation - after the crisis, what next?" attended by Prof. Czeslawa Christowa, Head of the Department of Organization and Management. The conference was organized by the Department of Transportation School of Economics in Warsaw and the Department of Economics and Management Services, University of Szczecin.

Faculty of Economics and Transport Engineering


Established in 2002, Transport Engineering and Economics is Maritime University’s newest faculty. Its two fields of studies, Production Management and Engineering and Transport, offer a number of courses applicants can choose from. The first vintage graduates completed their first degree courses at full- and part-time studies.

Address:

ul. Henryka Pobożnego 11   
70-507 Szczecin   
tel. +48 91 48 09 632
+48 091 44 80 435
fax  +48 91 44 80 419
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Dean

Prof. Zofia Jóźwiak

 
 
Vice Dean for Full-time Studies

Stanisław Iwan, PhD

 
 
Vice Dean for Part-time Studies

Marek Landowski, PhD

 
 
Vice Dean for Science

Prof. Ryszard Buczkowski

 

The Faculty of Transport Engineering and Economics, University’s newest faculty established in July 2002, offers full-time and part-time studies in two fields:
•    management and engineering of production,
•    transport.

Faculty graduates of first degree studies are granted a diploma of engineer (inżynier) in the chosen field and course and are well educated for undertaking professional tasks. They are prepared to implement and use computer software for modeling and designing computer systems for supporting transfer of information in the transport  industry, taking into account advanced methods and technologies in transport  and latest information technologies in transport-forwarding-logistics.

The graduate profile features:
•    uptodate knowledge of technologies and management,
•    good knowledge of English and/or German,
•    knowledge of production processes,
•    capability of integrated transport management,
•    ability to implement technological developments,
•    continuing self-education.

The Faculty curriculum has been elaborated to include theoretical and practical problems in economics, engineering and technology, making graduates capable of taking responsible decisions and solving specific problems using latest IT methods and technologies.

At present four courses of study are offered within Management and Engineering of Production, where first degree is awarded, equivalent to Bachelor’s degree in most universities:
•      logistics and management in European transport system,
•     management of production quality and integrated transport,
•     management of production and transport safety and security systems,
•     water tourism.  

Course: Logistics and Management in European Transport System
Type of studies:  first degree
Duration -     3.5 years
Form:        full-time and part-time

The graduates of this course are prepared for professional work related with management and economics of companies operating in such fields as transport, forwarding or logistics and in regional administration. Their knowledge includes such areas as:
•    principles of company functioning in the market economy,
•    role and functions of transport, forwarding and logistics companies,
•    methods of surveying transport, forwarding and logistics markets,
•    economic-financial systems in transport, forwarding and logistics companies,
•    planning and programming the development of transport, forwarding and logistics branches,
•    organization and management systems,
•    basics of negotiation methods,
•    organization of companies and other entities abroad,
•    telematic applications in transport, forwarding and logistics.

Course: Management of Production Quality and Integrated Transport
Type of studies:  first degree
Duration -     3.5 years
Form:        full-time and part-time

The graduates of this course are well familiar with cargo transport matters, management of production engineering and integrated transport so that they can be employed in transport companies and a variety of businesses dealing with transport, forwarding and logistics or at regional administration. Their qualifications comprise such areas as:
•    principles of company functioning in the market economy,
•    role and functions of transport, forwarding and logistics companies,
•    methods of surveying transport, forwarding and logistics markets,
•    production quality management,
•    integrated transport management.

Course: Management of Production and Transport Safety and Security Systems

Type of studies:  first degree
Duration:     3.5 years
Form:        full-time and part-time

The graduates of this course are prepared to start their careers in businesses dealing with safety and security system management in production, service and transport companies. The graduate’s knowledge includes these areas?
•    security and safety of ships and ports,
•    information system security,
•    crisis management in a company,
•    transport security methods and techniques,
•    systems of technical security of persons and property,
•    hazards in production and transport,
•    engineering of security and safety systems,
•    security of classified information and equipment,
•    cargo handling and storage safety.

Transport students can choose one of these courses:
•    sea ports and fleet operation,
•    inland shipping,
•    water transport,
•    ecologistics of transport,
•    integrated transport logistics,
•    computer science in transport.   (male litery)

Course: Sea Ports and Fleet Operations
       
Type of studies:  first degree
Duration -     3.5 years
Form:        full-time and part-time

The course graduates are educated in the field of modern cargo transport (e.g. engineering of transport means and transport traffic, analysis of transport systems) so their professional career may commence and continue at designing-construction units, administration, sea ports and other transport facilities, shipowners’, forwarding and land transport companies or associated businesses. Information technology skills will often turn out a must in their new jobs.

Course: Inland Shipping

Type of studies:  first degree
Duration -     3.5 years
Form:        full-time and part-time

The course graduates are taught subjects in the field of modern cargo transport so their professional career may commence and continue at designing-construction units, transport organizations, mainly inland ports, shipowners’, forwarding and land transport companies or associated businesses.

Course: Water Transport

Type of studies:  first degree
Duration -     3.5 years
Form:        full-time and part-time

The graduates start engineering and management related jobs in the area of water tourism. Their knowledge covers a variety of areas:
•    water transport economics,
•    transport geography,
•    port infrastructure,
•    sea and inland transport technologies,
•    cargo engineering,
•    waterways,
•    cargo handling facilities in transport,
•    means of water transport,
•    transport quality methods,
•    technology of storage, transshipment and carriage.

Course: Transport Ecologistics

Type of studies:  first degree
Duration -     3.5 years
Form:        part-time

The graduates are prepared to work in operational transport units, business organizations engaged in transport, forwarding and logistics activities, in regional and national administration, designing-consulting offices dealing with ecologistic systems or as engineering  managers responsible for environmental protection in transport at the regional, national or international level.  They are specialists in modern transport, means of transport engineering, transport traffic engineering, transport system analysis, environment engineering, logistic strategies, supply chain management, wastes management. Besides, they have qualifications to make use of various environment protection methods or computer applications and management in pro-ecological operation of means of transport and environment economics.

Course: Integrated Transport Logistics

Type of studies:  first degree
Duration -     3.5 years
Form:        part-time

Having completed their studies, the graduates of Integrated Transport Logistics are ready to start a successful career in the field of modern transport and logistics, familiar with such subjects as:
•    transport traffic engineering,
•    means of transport engineering,
•    analysis of transport systems,
•    transport logistics.

1.    The graduates are specialists in the operation of integrated transport terminals and logistic centres and the organization of ‘house-house’ transport chain management. Prepared to start jobs in transport business organizations, national administration or abroad, they are qualified in using information technologies.

The Faculty is divided into two institutes involved in both teaching and research:
•    Institute  of Transport Engineering,
•    Institute  of Transport Management.

Institute of Transport Engineering

tel.:        +4809148 09 640
fax:        +4809148 09 643
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Institute Director:
Prof. Adam Łozowicki
tel.: +48 (091) 48 09 640
 
Institute Deputy Director:
Joanna Tuleja, M.Eng.
tel. +48 (091) 48 09 640

The Institute runs four departments:
  • Department of Commodity Science and Quality Management
  • Department of Transport Engineering 
  • Department of Inland Shipping and Water Management
  • Department of Integrated Transport Technology
Research and service activities at the Institute include:
•    ports and fleet operations,
•    science of commodities,
•    cargo engineering in water and land transport,
•    environmental protection in transport,
•    occupational safety in maritime companies and transport,
•    problem identification, diagnosis and prognosis of inland shipping development,
•    quality management systems and systems integrated with them,
•    multimodal transport,
•    management of production quality and integrated transport,
•    theoretical and applied logistics,
•    national, European and international transport systems,
•    new production technologies enhancing cargo transportability and storability,
•    examination of chemical and granulometric composition of cargo transshiped in the ports of Szczecin  and Świnoujście.
 
The Institute  co-operates with a number of institutions, such as the Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic Institute, Saint-Petersburg State University for Water Communications, Swedish Maritime Administration, Verein zur Foerderung des Oderstromgebietes in Berlin, British Waterways, WAT Military University of Technology, Poznan Academy of Economics, Cracow Academy of Economics, Central Institute of Work Protection, Ministry of Maritime Economy – Maritime and Inland Administration Department.

Besides, the Institute is an active member of the International Society of Commodity Science and Technology (International Gesellschaft für Warenkunde und Technologie) and the Polish Academy of Sciences -  Commodity Science and Quality Committees.


Institute  of Transport Management

tel.:        +48 091 48 09 690
fax:        +48 091 48 49 693
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Institute Director:
Piotr Lewandowski, PhD, Master Mariner
tel.:    +48 (091) 48 09 690

Institute Deputy Director:
Joanna Rogozińska-Mitrut, PhD
tel.: +48 (091) 48 09 690

The Institute consists of the following departments:
•     Transport Organization and Management
•     Logistics and Computer Studies
•     Economic Sciences
•     Quantitative Methods
•     Accounting and Finance
•     Crisis Management

The areas of scientific research include:
•    logistics, management, transport,
•    computer studies,
•    ownership restructuring and transformations in maritime sector companies,
•    port infrastructure and land management,
•    property appraisal (port infrastructure and suprastructure facilities),
•    market, competitiveness and effectiveness of port services,
•    management, organization and technology of port services,
•    sea and inland navigation,
•    expertise in techniques, technologies, organization, management and economics of marine services.